Tyrone Police report a found bicycle occurred on August 12, along 7th Street in Tyrone. A caller reported finding a bicycle near his house that seemed to be abandoned. After several days of no one coming to claim the bicycle, it was brought to the police station. The bicycle is green in color and if you believe this may be your bike, please come to the station to identify and pick it up. If the bicycle is not picked up within the next 30 days, it will be donated.
Tyrone Police report a DUI occurred on August 8, at 9:15 p.m. along Lincoln Avenue. While on patrol, police obsessed a vehicle swerve into the oncoming lane of traffic. The driver, Ronald Carton, 76, of Tyrone, was taken to Tyrone Hospital for chemical testing and is charged with DUI and driving on roadways laned for traffic.
Hollidaysbiurg State Police report an incident of harassment physical contact occurred on August 13, at 6 p.m. along Huckleberry Street in Snyder Township. Crystal McChessney, 27, of Tyrone, allegedly harassed a 50-year-old female from Tyrone by shoving her and striking upon the chest and body of the victim. Charges have been filed through MDJ 24-03-01.
Clearfield State Police report a disorderly conduct occurred on August 11, at 5:59 p.m. along Old Turnpike Road in Morris Township. Police are investigating a disorderly conduct. A citation has been filed on a 15-year-old juvenile from Allport through district court.
Clearfield State Police report a crash occurred on August 12, at 2:18 p.m. along N. Front Street in Decatur Township. This crash occurred at the intersection of SR 322 and SR 53. A vehicle, operated by Deborah A. Lamison, 60, of Madera, was making a left turn into the CVS parking lot from SR 322. Lamison failed to to see a vehicle operated by Timothy Slifko, 53, of Morann, which was sitting at the red light leaving the CVS parking lot. Lamison struck the Slifko vehicle, causing both vehicles to become disabled. No injuries were reported. Lamison was cited for vehicles turning left.
Logan Township Police report an incident of an attempted burglary occurred on August 13, at 2:07 a.m. along North 16th Avenue and Fort Apache VFW Post. Officers were called to the scene and noticed damage to doors and door handles. Even with the damage, the building was secure. Officers were eventually able to make entry to the VFW Post and cleared the interior of the building. Video footage obtained from surveillance cameras outside of the post showed an unknown white male with dark hair wearing a black hoodie, gray or silver mess shorts, and black flip flops attempting to gain entry to the building from multiple entrances by beating on the doors, pulling on the handles, and even trying to wedge a door open. The male left on foot heading down North 2nd Street toward Norfolk Southern. Still pictures from the video are being placed onto the Logan Township Police department Facebook page in an attempt to identify the male.
Logan Township Police report a DUI occurred on August 11, at 7:53 p.m. along East Pleasant valley Blvd. and Pottsgrove Road. Police were running a speed enforcement in the area located above when a dark in color station wagon entered and exited the area doing 55 mph in a properly posted 40 mph zone. Police initiated a vehicle stop and made contact with the sole male operator of the vehicle. The operator was identified as John Snyder, Jr. 49, of Mcsherrystown, Pennsylvania. While speaking with Snyder, the officer detected the odor of intoxicating beverage emitting from him and from inside the vehicle, as well as bloodshot and watery eyes. Upon further talking with Snyder, police noticed the odor of marijuana emitting from Snyder’s vehicle. Snyder was then asked to get out of the vehicle and to take field sobriety tests. The officers then requested that Snyder provide permission to look inside of his vehicle. Snyder did give consent. A small amount marijuana was located in Snyder’s vehicle along with a metal smoking pipe. Snyder was arrested for DUI as well as possession of a small amount marijuana and drug paraphernalia charges. Charges are pending at the office of MDJ Jackson.