Police news – April 10
BEECH CREEK — At 7:10 a.m., on April 4, state police at Rockview investigated a car crash along Monument Orviston Road in Curtin Township, Centre County.
According to police, Eric Hernias, 40, of Orviston was traveling south along state Route 364 when a vehicle with off-road lights blinded him momentarily. His 2006 Mark LT Lincoln Continental left the roadway and traveled on the embankment before overturning onto its passenger side.
Police say he was driving 45 miles per hour and was wearing his seatbelt at the time of the crash. He was not hurt, but his vehicle had to be towed from the scene.
MILESBURG — At 5:45 p.m. on April 6, state police at Rockview investigated a case of harassment that took place along Front St. in Milesburg Borough.
According to police, an assault occurred between multiple juveniles in Milesburg. Three male juveniles allegedly were involved as one juvenile male victim, 9, of Bellefonte, had been hurt on a trampoline.
The investigation concluded and police say there were no criminal factors at play.
HOWARD — State police at Rockview investigated a one-vehicle crash that took place along Nittany Valley Drive on March 31.
According to police, Sean Hendershot, 31, of Lock Haven, was traveling south along state Route 64 in the area of Dry Run Road when another driver traveling north in the opposite direction, began drifting into the lane that Hendershot was in. The driver allegedly caused Hendershot to swerve off the right side of the roadway to avoid collision.
Police say that Hendershot struck a guide rail, causing his 2005 Hyundai Elantra to overturn in a ditch. His car came to a final rest facing southwest on its passenger side. Hendershot sustained a minor injury in the crash and the Elantra had to be towed from the scene by Tressler’s Towing.
The other driver did not stop and was not identified.
The crash took place around 7 a.m., police said.