Police News – June 3
DUNNSTOWN — The Woodward Township Police Department reported that Jade Michael Brennan was charged with two counts of aggravated assault after he became involved in an argument with another person over using a vehicle on May 28.
According to police, Brennan pulled out a knife during an argument, threatening the individual. He then threw the knife at the person, then threw a rock, which damaged a window at a private residence along Roberts Lane.
Police say that Brennan fled the area on foot but was later apprehended by officers of the Lock Haven Police Department and Woodward Township Police.
Brennan was jailed at the Clinton County Correctional Facility after he could not post bail.
LOCK HAVEN — The Lock Haven Police Department responded to a one-vehicle crash that took place in the 900 block of Bellefonte Avenue on May 5.
According to police, Chelsey Probst, 18, of Lock Haven, struck a wall while traveling west along Bellefonte Avenue. Probst was found to be driving under the influence of alcohol. Charges are being filed against Probst for DUI, driving on roadways laned for traffic and underage drinking.
LOCK HAVEN — On March 15, Chase Glenn, 23, of Lock Haven, was found inside an apartment he previously rented but had not been a tenant for six months. While in the apartment, Glenn caused damaged to the floor with a crow bar. Glenn was charged with burglary and criminal mischief.
On May 20, an arrest warrant was served on Glenn.
Sobriety checkpoint results
STATE COLLEGE — During the Memorial Day weekend, state police at Rockview conducted a sobriety checkpoint.
A total of 35 vehicles were stopped. There were 32 warnings, nine traffic citations, two DUI arrests and one other arrest. Police say they will conduct sobriety checkpoints throughout the summer.
JERSEY SHORE — A one-vehicle accident called state police at Montoursville to the scene on May 30.
According to police, a 2003 Subaru Baja being driven by Michale Bowes, 33, of Jersey Shore was traveling West along state Route 44. He tried to negotiate a left-hand turn in the roadway and traveled onto the shoulder. The Baja then struck a large tree, spun clockwise and struck another tree before coming to rest.
Police say that Bowes left the scene of the accident. The Baja had to be towed from the scene. Police sau that Bowes will be cited for his role in the crash.
SPRING MILLS — A case of indecent assault is being investigated by state police at Rockview.
According to police, a 13-year-old Centre Hall female said that a teacher at her school touched her buttocks. The investigation of the incident is ongoing.
Police say the incident took place sometime between April 1 and May 6 along Penns Valley Road in Penn Township, Centre County.
LOGANTON — A two-vehicle crash was investigated by state police at Lamar on May 28.
According to police, a 2015 Toyota Highlander being driven by Debra Weaver, 66, of Loganton was traveling south along state Route 477 when she attempted to turn left onto Water Street and was struck by a 2003 Jeep Liberty being driven by Dylan Koch, 27, of Avis.
The Jeep Liberty sustained disabling damage and had to be towed from the scene by Showcase. No injuries were reported in the 8:34 a.m. crash.
RENOVO — A case of assault with a weapon was investigated by state police at Lamar on May 29.
According to police, Barbara Payne, 46, and Robert Wilson, 53, both of Renovo, engaged in a verbal argument at their residence along Erie Avenue in Renovo Borough, Clinton County.
Police say that Payne struck Wilson several times in the head with a wooden table leg. Payne has been charged with simple assault and harassment through District Court 25-3-03.
The incident took place between 6:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m.
CENTRE HALL — A case of sexual assault was investigated by state police at Rockview.
According to police, a 17-year-old State College juvenile said she was sexually assaulted by her roommate at The Meadows. Police say the alleged assault took place sometime between July 1 and July 14. The investigation continues.