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Police News – Feb. 27

Domestic violence

LOCK HAVEN — David Christopher Walker, 23, of East Main Street, Lock Haven, was arrested and charged in relation to a domestic violence incident that occurred on Feb. 24 between 6:15 and 6:47 a.m., Lock Haven City Police said.

Walker is allegedly threw a cell phone at the 20-year-old victim causing a laceration that required stitches, police said.

Walker also is accused of threatening to kill the victim and her unborn child if she called the police, police said.

He was arraigned before District Judge Keith Kibler and charged with simple assault, terroristic threats and harassment and was jailed in lieu of $25,000, police said.

Property damaged

CENTRE HALL — State police at Rockview are investigating a damaged camp gate valued at $1,050 along Crowfield Road, Potter Township that occurred sometime between Feb. 10 and 12.

Stolen scanner

BELLEFONTE — A scanner was stolen from a 2006 Peterbilt tractor trailer sometime between Feb. 14 and 22, state police at Rockview said.

A Top Gun Quad 5 CB scanner was stolen from the truck, owned by Thomas Whitehill, 60, of Warrior Mark, Pa., while it was parked at 1025 N. Eagle Valley Road, police said.

Drug possession

BELLEFONTE — State police at Rockview are investigating an incident of drug possession.

Gary Traynham, 45, of Bellefonte, was found in possession of drugs on Feb. 12 at SCI Benner, 301 Institution Drive, Bellefonte, police said.

Two vehicle accident

LOCK HAVEN — The driver of a 2014 Cheverolet Cruze was issued two traffic citations following a two vehicle accident at the intersection of East Walnut and Jessamine streets on Feb. 24, Lock Haven City Police said.

Penelope Norris, of Lock Haven, was traveling along East Walnut Street when she turned left onto Jessamine Street, striking a 2015 Chevrolet Cruze, driven by James Schwenk, of Jersey Shore, causing a scuff mark to the front bumper, police said.

Schwenk told police he is employed by MacIntyre Chevrolet and was taking the vehicle for a test drive after doing a repair for a customer, police said.

He continued, telling police he was stopped at the stop sign on Jessamine Street when Norris’s vehicle turned left and struck the front end of the vehicle he was driving, police said.

Another employee of MacIntyre, Don Stewart, said he witnessed the accident and called police when his coworker was involved in a crash in a customer’s car, police said.

A bystander, William Shon, told police he was parked on the opposite side of Jessamine Street when he sale Norris’s car turn left onto the street and hit the vehicle, police said.

Norris was issued two citations involving roadways laned for traffic and required financial responsibility, police said.

Hit and run

LOCK HAVEN — Alvin Floyd Fiedler, Jr., of Lockport, N.Y., reported a hit and run involving his vehicle along East Park Street near it’s intersection with Myrtle Street on Feb. 25, Lock Haven City Police said.

Fiedler told police he was attempting to make a left turn onto Myrtle Street when a dark colored car that was behind him came around him to his left and caused minor damage to his front left bumper, police said.

Fiedler continued, saying a group of kids nearby told him that the driver of the car was a woman and appeared to be texting and driving, police said.

Fiedler was unable to give a make or model of the vehicle and no cameras in the area were able to capture it, police said.

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