Police News – Oct. 9

Public drunkenness

LOCK HAVEN — Guy Mose, 52, was charged with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness after passing out drunk in The Roxy Movie Theatre, 308 E. Main St., at 4 p.m. on Oct. 8, Lock Haven City Police said.

Mose refused to leave when asked and yelled obscenities causing a scene, police said.

Liquor law violation

LOCK HAVEN — The Hill Top Tavern, 90 Second Ave., Lock Haven, was charged with multiple liquor law violations from Dec. 10, 2018 to July 31, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement said.

The business is accused of selling alcohol after its liquor license expired on May 29; selling liquor to minors, and allowing smoking in a public place where it was prohibited, the bureau said.

The charges will be brought before an administrative law judge who may impose penalties between $50 to $5,000 and suspended the business’s liquor license, the bureau said.

Dog bites two girls

LOCK HAVEN — Woodward Township police are investigating a dog attack where two young girls were bitten near Julie Drive and Cider Press Road, Woodward Township on Oct. 7.

The two girls were going for a walk on Julie drive when a black colored terrier ran from a nearby yard onto the roadway and started biting one of the girls, police said.

As the older girl picked up the smaller child the dog began biting both of the girls, police said.

The owner of the dog is known by township police who are investigating the attack along with the state dog warden, police said.

Lost wallet

LOCK HAVEN — A woman’s black colored wallet with floral design was possibly lot somewhere in the area of Shirk Addition Lane and Shirk Hollow Road over the weekend of Oct. 5, Woodward Township Police said.

Anyone who may find the wallet is asked to contact the police department at 86 Riverside Terrace, Lock Haven.

$900 vehicle part stolen

DUNNSTOWN — A black colored “stinger” vehicle bumper was stolen from a 1996 Jeep Cherokee on Oct. 7 at a residence on Church Street in Dunnstown, Woodward Township Police said.

The bumper has silver colored shackles mounted on the front and an opening for winch cable, police said.