Police news – Nov. 18
LH woman charged with
WILLIAMSPORT –The harassing and vulgar text messages and voicemails were constant during a period of several months, according to court documents.
Carrie Darwin, 41, of Lock Haven, called Randi Shady “well over 100 times and left 19 voicemails” on her phone, according to South Williamsport Sgt. James Taylor.
In one voicemail, Darwin threatened to come to Shady’s apartment in South Williamsport and kill her and her boyfriend as soon as she gone done at the emergency room,” Taylor said. The offered no further explanation of the “emergency room” remark.
Shady’s boyfriend was Darwin’s ex-boyfriend, Taylor said.
Later that same day Darwin showed up at Shady’s apartment, pounding on her door and demanding that her ex-boyfriend come out, Taylor said.
Between Feb. 1 and June 14, Darwin left numerous insulting voicemail messages containing foul language on Shady’s home phone, according to court records.
Darwin was charged with terroristic threats, four counts of harassment and criminal trespassing. She was arraigned and released on $5,000 bail.
LOCK HAVEN — City police reported no injuries in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Bellefonte Avenue and North Fairview Street just after noon on Nov. 15.
Drivers were Dylan Young of Lock Haven, and Gavin Baney of Mill Hall.
Police said Young was driving with a suspended license, had no insuacne, no registration and was using a registration plate that belonged on another vehicle.
Young was cited for driving without a license, driving without insurance and running a stop sign, police said.
Scrap left at dump site
RENOVO — A junk television and scrap metal were dumped at the Leidy Township Dump Site, 4401 Tamarack Road, Leidy Township, on Nov. 3, state police at Lamar said.
The suspect was charged with scattering rubbish through district court, police said.