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Police News – March 19

Pans stolen

LOCK HAVEN — The Woodward Township Police Department report a case of theft that took place along Roberts Lane in Woodward Township.

According to police, on March 11, someone went onto the porch of a private residence and removed several cast iron frying pans and a 10-quart stainless steel kettle. The items were valued at $25.

Vehicles strike

barriers

TUSSEYVILLE — Two vehicles struck multiple PennDOT barriers after failing to merge into a lane along General Potter Highway, Potter Township, Centre County, state police at Rockview said.

On March 15 at 1:27 p.m., a 2007 BMW and 2012 Acura MDX were traveling in the left lane when they failed to merge into the right in a construction zone, police said.

Both vehicles struck multiple barriers before the Acura slowed down, causing the BMW to strike them, police said.

No injuries were reported and both drivers, whose names were not listed, were issued citations, police said.

Harassment alleged

LOCK HAVEN — State police at Lamar charged a 23-year-old Lock Haven man with harassment following an incident that occurred on March 8 along Riverview Avenue, Woodward Township.

The victim, a 22-year-old Mill Hall woman, told police the physical altercation occurred between her and the arrestee while picking her daughter up from his residence, police said.

Charges are being filed through district court.

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