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Police news – 8/28

LH man charged with

terroristic threats

WILLIAMSPORT — Jeremy Baney, 24, of Lock Haven, has been charged with terroristic threats, simple assault and harassment following an incident in Williamsport, according to Williamsport police.

Police said Baney threatened his ex-girlfriend via text messages to her current boyfriend.“If I can’t have her, nobody can,” Baney said in one text message, according to police.

Baney is also accused of attacking the ex-girlfriend in the 1200 block of Hadley Place on July 23 or 24 by shoving her and grabbing her by the neck, police said.

Initially jailed on the charges, Baney is now free on $25,000 bail after waiving a preliminary hearing before District Judge Christian Frey.

Avis man charged

with indecent exposure

WILLIAMSPORT — Barry Kreidler, 48, of Avis, was charged with indecent exposure and disorderly conduct after he was apprehended walking through Susquehanna Campground, naked, but for one shoe, according to Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police.

“Parents were upset that there were many children there and Kreidler walked right in front of them,” Patrolman Chad Aldenderfer said.

When officers arrived at the campground about 9:30 p.m. on Aug.. 14, they said Kreidler had nothing on him but one shoe. When Kreidler saw police, he ran into some bushes but was quickly apprehended.

Kreider was initially jailed, but has since been released on $35,000 bail.

Offensive weapon

MILL HALL — Alysha Wible, 28, of Mill Hall, faces charges after a traffic stop at the intersection of Hogan Boulevard and Mill Hall road on Aug. 14, state police at Lamar said.

Wible was found in possession of brass knuckles, a small amount of marijuana and a metal smoking pipe in her 2002 Saturn Sedan at 1:45 a.m., police said.

Charges were filed through district court.

Drug possession

LAMAR — A Lock Haven man faces drug related charges following a traffic stop at the intersection of Heltman Road and Aspen Lane, Porter Township on Aug. 14, state police at Lamar said.

Tyler Dunkle, 23, was a passenger in a 2007 Pontiac G6 when it was found he possessed marijuana and drug paraphernalia, police said.

Charges will be filed through District Judge John W. Maggs’s office.

Strangulation

BEECH CREEK — A report of a domestic dispute along Monument Orviston Road in Beech Creek Borough on Aug. 19 lead to an arrest, state police at Lamar said.

John Bryan, 49, of Beech Creek, is accused of choking a female victim then punching her three times, police said.

Bryan was taken to the Clinton County Correctional Facility to face felony charges and was arraigned before District Judge John W. Maggs, police said.

Maggs set Bryan’s bale as $1,500 monetary, police said.

Deer causes crash

MILL HALL — A deer entering a roadway caused a one vehicle accident along Eagle Valley Road, Bald Eagle Township on Aug. 20, state police at Lamar said.

Corinthia C. Brungard, 68, of Blanchard, was traveling north of the roadway when a deer ran onto the road and struck the driver side fender and door of her 2020 Subaru Impreza, police said.

Brungard, who suffered suspected minor injuries, pulled over to the east side of the road. The deer ended up on the west side and was deceased, police said.

Assault alleged

RENOVO — A 21-year-old Pottersdale woman reported a verbal argument turned physical on Nov. 19, 2019 along Keating Mountain Road, West Keating Township, state police at Lamar said.

Criminal mischief

NORTH BEND — Dallas Bridgens, 23, of Lock haven, was charged with criminal mischief for allegedly causing damage to a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado on Aug. 21 in Noyes Township, state police at Lamar said.

Bridgens is accused of striking the driver side mirror of the truck, owned by Kyle Helm, 26, of North Bend, causing the mirror to fold in and strike the driver side door, police said.

Charges were filed through district court.

Vehicle rear ended

LAMAR — No one was injured in a two vehicle accident along Nittany Valley Drive, Porter Township on Aug. 22, state police at Lamar said.

Francis H. Lankford III, 71, of Fort Myers, Fla., was stopping at a red light where the roadway intersected the Interstate 80 on-ramp when his 2018 Freightliner Cascadia was rear ended by 2010 Subaru Outback, driven by Mackenzie A. Reber, 20, of Columbia, N.J.

Reber’s vehicle suffered disabling damage as a result of the crash but no injuries were reported, police said.

Reber was cited for following too closely, police said.

Recovered vehicle

AVIS — A stolen blue 2011 Kia Forte was recovered from Pine Creek along East Central Avenue on Aug. 21 in Pine Creek Township, state police at Lamar said.

The vehicle was taken from New York, according to police.

Two vehicle accident

MILL HALL — The driver of a 2018 Chevrolet Equinox suffered possible injuries after her vehicle was struck from behind at the intersection of Hogan Boulevard and King Arthur Drive in Bald Eagle Township, state police at Lamar said.

At 1:35 p.m. on Aug. 24, Maryjo H. Delaney, 37, of Lock Haven, was stopped at a red light at the intersection when her vehicle was rear ended by a 2013 Nissan Rogue, driven by a 17-year-old Beech Creek woman, police said.

Both vehicles could be driven from the scene, police said.

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