Police News – July 27
LOCK HAVEN — A 30-year-old Lock Haven man was arrested and cited for public drunkenness after police responded to an incident on Route 220 in Castanea Township on July 18, state police at Lamar said.
At 9:44 a.m., police responded to a report of a shirtless white male covered in tattoos waving his arms and yelling at passing vehicles in the center median next to the guide rail along Route 220, police said.
When police arrived on scene, a male matching the description was observed running across travel lanes and waving and yelling at responding police units, police said.
The male was later identified at Todd Hubert who was acting erratic and in a state of paranoia, stating that people were chasing him and trying to kill him, police said.
Hubert was arrested for public drunkenness and transported to the Clinton County Correctional Facility, police said.
Charges were filed through District Judge Keith Kibbler’s office.
MILL HALL — A motorcyclist sustained suspected serious injuries and was Life Flighted to Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, following a one vehicle crash along Beech Creek Avenue in Mill Hall on July 23, state police at Lamar said.
Timothy W. Kunes, 41, of Mill Hall, was attempting to make a left turn in the roadway near its intersection with Frederick Street when he under-compensated the turn, police said.
Kunes’s 1994 Honda Shadow exited the roadway and struck a traffic sign before traveling back onto the road on its side, police said.
The motorcycle carried momentum and proceeded to rotate 180 degrees with Kunes eventually becoming separated from the seat and impacting the road, police said.
The motorcycle came to a stop about 29 feet away from Kunes, police said.
Kunes retained serious injuries and was transported by Flemington Goodwill Hose EMS to a landing zone where he was Life Flighted to Geisinger Medical Center, police said.
Police were assisted on scene by Mill Hall Volunteer Fire Company and Martin Motors, police said.
Two vehicle crash
LOGANTON — The driver and passenger of a 2011 Kia Sorento were not injured following a two vehicle accident when the other vehicle fled the scene on July 23 at 4:24 p.m., state police at Lamar said.
Clarissa L. Ilgen, 22, of Loganton, was traveling west on Interstate 80 in the right lane near mile marker 184 when a possible Dodge Charger, traveling in the left lane, changed lanes without clearance, police said.
Ilgen’s vehicle traveled west, onto the right shoulder of the roadway before returning to the roadway and losing control, traveling over the center dashed yellow line into the left lane, police said.
The vehicle continued traveling southwest before going off the left side of the roadway and striking an embankment head on, police said.
The vehicle came to a final stop after spinning counter clockwise striking a tree with its rear, police said.
The other vehicle fled the scene traveling west, police said.
Neither Ilgen or her passenger, Ashlynn A. McGovern, 23, of Rebersburg, was injured during the crash, police said.
NORTH BEND — State police at Lamar were called to UPMC Lock Haven emergency room for a report of a shooting victim on July 24 at 3:15 p.m.
Upon investigation, it was determined the 14-year-old North Bend boy sustained a minor head injury from a ricocheted bullet while target shooting, police said.
AVIS — The passenger of a 2004 Volkswagen Jetta sustained suspected minor injuries following a two vehicle crash along Route 44 near its intersection with Sulphur Run Road on July 25, state police at Lamar said.
Nancy N. Barlock, 83, of Jersey Shore and her passenger Charles A. Barlock, 83, of Jersey Shore, were traveling north on the roadway when Barlock failed to recognized a 2002 Subaru Outback, driven by Budd L. Jodun, 73, of Jersey Shore, was waiting to make a left turn onto Sulphur Run Road, striking the back end, police said.
The Subaru was towed from the scene by Aikey’s Body Shop while Jodun was able to drive from the scene, police said.
Barlock was cited for following too closely as a result of the crash, police said.
MILL HALL — A signature was forged on two of 73-year-old Mill Hall man’s checks and deposited via a mobile app on June 30 in Bald Eagle Township, state police at Lamar said.
The investigation is ongoing.
Items stolen, damaged
FLEMINGTON — A 35-year-old Flemington woman was the victim of theft and damaged property along Bressler Street, state police at Lamar said.
Between July 1 and 2, an unknown suspect stole a Mongoose bicycle seat and a two heart shaped ring with November and February birth stones, police said.
The suspect also damaged a baby bouncer seat and pack and play, police said.
The investigation is ongoing.