Police news – June 25

Burglary, theft at campground

JERSEY SHORE — Dominic Reynolds, 22, of Lock Haven, and Logan Pursel, 24, of Jersey Shore, were charged with multiple counts of burglary, theft, conspiracy and other related offenses after an incident at Susquehanna Campground off of Route 220 in Piatt Township, according to documents from District Judge Jerry Lepley’s office.

Reynolds and Pursel allegedly ransacked multiple campers at the ground in April 2015, documents said.

Reynolds was released on $50,000 bail. Pursel was arraigned last month and has since waived his preliminary hearing, documents said.

Wet roads lead to crash

BELLEFONTE — Michael J. Koch, 34, of Bellefonte, was not injured after his 2007 Honda CRV was involved in a one vehicle crash along Interstate 99 near mile marker 73, College Township, state police at Rockview said.

The accident occurred on June 22 at 5:21 p.m. during heavy rain which caused Koch to lose control of the vehicle and travel off the left side of the road, striking a guide rail, police said.

No charges were filed and police were assisted on scene by Halfmoon Towing.

Lost handgun

BELLEFONTE — State police at Rockview investigated a report of a missing G42 Glock .380 that was lost on June 16 in Boggs Township, Centre County.

Drug possession

JERSEY SHORE — District Judge Jerry Lepley is expected to hear the case of Mark Caruso, 68, of Mill Hall, after he allegedly sold 12 hydrocodone pills to a woman in the 700 block of Allegheny Street on June 2, according to court documents.

After Caruso turned himself in, the woman, name not listed, was released on $35,000 bail, documents said.

License plate stolen

LOCK HAVEN — At license plate was stolen from a vehicle in the rear of 115 N. Grove St. between June 22 and 23, Lock Haven City Police said.

Identity theft

SPRING MILLS — A 77-year-old Spring Mills woman was the victim of identity theft, state police at Rockview said.

Police say the woman’s Social Security number was used to open a Social Security account in her name on June 4.

An investigation is ongoing.

Felony shoplifting

JERSEY SHORE — Gina Allison, 59, of Jersey Shore, was arraigned before District Judge Jerry Lepley with felony shop lifting charges for allegedly stealing $1,680 worth of items from Dollar General along Allegheny Street while employed at the store during the first six months of 2020, Tiadaghton Regional Police said.

Allison was freed on $7,500 bail, police said.


Today's breaking news and more in your inbox

I'm interested in (please check all that apply)