Police News – Feb. 26
LOCK HAVEN — A teenager was struck by a vehicle on his bicycle as he attempted to pass the car near the intersection of West Bald Eagle and South Jones streets on Feb. 24, Lock Haven City Police said.
The 16-year-old told police he was traveling behind a 2011 Nissan Sentra down a hill on Bald Eagle Street when the vehicle slowed down to make a left turn, police said.
The teenager told police his BMX style bicycle doesn’t have brakes so he tried to go around the vehicle on the left side when he was struck by the car, driven by Luciana M. Barbaro, police said.
Barbaro told police was traveling on the road when she slowed to make a left turn onto South Jones Street and didn’t see the teenager, police said.
The teenager suffered several road burns to his elbows, hips and legs and his mother was going to take him to UPMC Lock Haven for treatment, police said.
The teenager was issued a ciation for overtaking the vehicle on the left, police said.
JERSEY SHORE — Susan Marie Carr, 39, of Allegheny Street, Jersey Shore, was arrested after allegedly hitting and beating Donald Dangle at her residence on Feb. 22, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
Carr was charged with simple assault and harassment and was jailed in lieu of $30,000 bail, police said.
JS man assaults girlfriend, grandmother
JERSEY SHORE — An 18-year-old Jersey Shore man was jailed on simple assault and harassment charges after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend and grandmother on Feb. 14, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
Dalton Lee Johnson, of High Street, is accused of striking his 16-year-old girlfriend and his grandmother, Sandra Page, police said.
JERSEY SHORE — David K. Thompson, 57, of Allegheny Street, was arrested after allegedly threatening Corey Engdahl at 1120 Allegheny St. on Jan. 29, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
Thompson was charged with harassment and sent a summons to appear before District Judge Jerry Lepley on March 4, police said.
Possession with intent
JERSEY SHORE — Christopher Levan, 45, of Danville, was sent a summons to appear before District Judge Jerry Lepley on charges of use or possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
During a traffic stop along Route 220 in Porter Township on Nov. 30, 2019, Levan was found in possession of a scale, an eyeglasses case, needles, a q-tip, a measuring spoon and four cell phones, police said.