Police news – June 1
MILL HALL — An 18-year-old Renovo girl was arrested and charged with harassment following an incident along Pennsylvania Avenue on May 30 at 7:22 p.m., state police at Lamar said.
Jazlyn Fulger was traveling along the roadway when she swerved her vehicle towards the sidewalk where Olivia McCloskey, 18, of Mill Hall, and her boyfriend were walking, police said.
Fulger stopped her vehicle and began verbally attacking and harassing McCloskey. She continued following the couple as they attempted to walk away from the confrontation, yelling at McCloskey, police said.
One Fulger learned police were contacted she left the area, police said.
Charges of harassment will be filed through district court, police said.
BEECH CREEK — Trina Young, of Beech Creek, reported her neighbor’s girlfriend, Jazlyn Fulger, 18, of Renovo, was yelling and screaming at her outside her home along Grahams Lane, Beech Creek Township, on May 31 at 1:51 p.m., state police at Lamar said.
Wet roadways lead to crash
LAMAR — The driver of a 2018 BMW X3 was not injured after her vehicle hydroplaned on Interstate 80 in Porter Township at 8:11 p.m. on May 28, state police at Lamar said.
Kritika Khanna, 32, of Shavertown, Pa., was traveling east on the roadway when her she lost control of her vehicle on the wet road, police said.
The vehicle slid off the roadway and struck a guide rail before spinning across both travel lanes and struck a guide rail on the opposite side of the roadway, police said.
No charges were filed and Khanna’s vehicle was towed from the scene by Tressler’s Towing, police said.
Church building damaged
FLEMINGTON — State police at Lamar are investigating an incident of property damage on the exterior wall of Flemington First Church of Christ, 714 Canal St.
$500 worth of damage was caused by some form of cutting instrument between May 20 and 27, police said.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact PSP Lamar at 570-726-6000.