Police News – Jan. 24

Half-naked man disrupts traffic

MILL HALL — State Police at Lamar were called to the intersection of Mill Hall Road and Hogan Boulevard where a half-dressed man was impeding traffic at 6:32 a.m. on Jan. 17.

Police say that Demetri Perkins, 18, of Lock Haven was standing in the Bald Eagle Township roadway, preventing a 46-year-old Mill Hall woman from driving her 2000 Jeep Cherokee.

One-vehicle crash

SALONA — State Police at Lamar investigated a one-vehicle crash that took place at 7:21 a.m. on Jan. 15.

According to police, a 2004 GM Sierra being driven by a 17-year-old Mill Hall man, was traveling northbound along state Route 220 in the area of the Salona Exit in Lamar Township, Clinton County. The man went over an icy bridge and lost control of his vehicle. It struck an embankment and rolled over onto the passenger’s side. He was wearing his seat belt and was not hurt in the crash. Lamar Township Fire Rescue assisted in extricating the driver.

The driver was cited for his role in the crash.

Driver injured in crash

LOCK HAVEN — A one-vehicle crash was investigated by State Police at Lamar. At 1:41 p.m. on Jan. 19, police say that Lindsay Lambert, 19, of East Stroudsburg was traveling westbound on Interstate 80 in Lamar Township, Clinton County. According to the report, Lambert attemped to pass a vehicle. She lost control of her 2005 Toyota Camry. It left the roadway, struck a ditch and overturned. Lambert sustained a minor injury in the crash.

Police were assisted at the scene by Goodwill Hose. The vehicle was towed by Valley Collision.