Police news – July 2
Car crashes into building
HOWARD — A crash was investigated by State Police at Rockview on June 29.
Police say that a 2007 Chevy Tahoe being driven by Kline Wolf, 74, of Howard was traveling east in the Howard Volunteer Fire Company parking lot when he had a medical episode and struck the Howard VFC building. The Tahoe entered the building and struck a couple of fire trucks.
Wolf was transported to the Mount Nittany Medical Center by the Howard VFC.
LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven City Police investigated a case of theft that took place on three separate occasions at Weis Markets in Lock Haven.
Police say that Toni Yearick, 38, of Lock Haven took 28 items from Weis. The items were valued at $142.
Yearick was issued a citation and summons for the crime.
LOCK HAVEN — A case of harassment was investigated by Lock Haven City Police around 10 p.m. on June 29.
According to police, Kealey McCracken, 18, of Lock Haven struck a person in the face. She was issued a citation for harassment.
BEECH CREEK — A one-vehicle crash was investigated by State Police at Rockview on June 21.
Police say that a 2002 Jeep Liberty being driven by Laurel Hanley, 37, of Orviston was traveling west along Monument Orviston Road in Howard Township, Centre County. Hanley encountered a curve in the roadway and failed to negotiate it. Her Liberty struck an embankment before coming to rest.
The accident took place at 2:01 p.m. Police say that Hanley was hurt in the crash, but refused EMS.
BELLEFONTE — A case of drug possession was investigated by State Police at Rockview around 11:45 p.m. on June 22.
Police say that they responded to a domestic incident that took place in the parking lot of CVS in Bellefonte Borough, Centre County. Upon further investigation, it was found that 29-year-old Kylie Berg of Boalsburg was in possession of a small amount of marijuana and related paraphernalia. Charges were filed through magisterial district justice 49-3-02.
BELLEFONTE — State Police at Rockview investigated a case of harassment that took place at 4:36 a.m. on July 1 at 113 N. Allegheny St. in Bellefonte.
According to police, they responded to a private residence for a possible harassment incident. Police say that Richard Packer, 47, of Bellefonte, was harassing a 33-year-old Bellefonte woman. Charges were filed through magisterial district justice 49-3-02 for one count of 2709, entitled harassment.