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Tyrone Police report a trespass occurred February 1, at approximately 3 p.m. at Sylvan Acres. A call had come into Tyrone Police that Robert Ellis had trespassed on the property at Sylvan Acres. Ellis was banned from the property on June 22, 2018. Ellis was observed on the property and it was also captured on video surveillance. Charges were filed through MDJ Miller’s office in Tyrone charging Ellis with criminal trespass.

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Huntingdon State Police report an assault with a weapon occurred on February 9, at approximately 11:45 p.m. along Main Street in Porter Township. The victim, a 56-year-old male from Alexandria, reported to police that he had been allegedly shot at by Shawn Andres, 41, of Hesston. An investigation was conducted, and as a result of said investigation, the accused was taken into custody and charged before the appropriate MDJ.

Huntingdon State Police report a crash occurred on February 12, at approximately 4:28 p.m. along William Penn Highway in Porter Township. A vehicle operated by a 17-year-old juvenile was traveling west on SR 22. For unknown reasons the vehicle began to swerve in the westbound lane of travel. The vehicle traveled out of the westbound lane onto the shoulder of the westbound lane, traveling up the embankment and striking a culvert. The force of the impact caused the vehicle to rotate clockwise 180 degrees and roll onto the driver’s side of the vehicle. The vehicle came to a controlled final rest facing mostly east on the driver’s side of the vehicle, causing disabling damage to the vehicle. There were no injuries reported and the vehicle required towing. The juvenile was cited for driving vehicle at a safe speed.

Huntingdon State Police report an incident of criminal mischief agricultural occurred on February 6, at approximately 4:50 p.m. along the Ridge Road in Warriors Mark Township. A blue in color Chevrolet Silverado entered the victim’s field and damaged it. The vehicle then fled from the scene in an unknown direction.

Huntingdon State Police report an incident of retail theft/shoplifting occurred on January 27, at approximately 12:43 p.m. at the Walmart SuperCenter in Smithfield Township. PSP responded to Walmart for a reported retail theft. Police took a 42-year-old male from Huntingdon into custody and it was determined he committed a previous retail theft on January 27. The items reported as stolen were a plush blanket valued at $13.46 and a foam mattress pad valued at $16.94. In addition, police responded to the Walmart on February 9, at approximately 11:41 a.m. for a reported retail theft incident. Police took the same 42-year-old male from Huntingdon into custody and filed charges against him for retail theft. The items reported as stolen was a birthday candle, valued at $2.75, a carrot cake, valued at $19.96 and a gallon of milk, valued at $4.28.

Huntingdon State Police report a violation of the drug laws occurred on January 27, at approximately 6:14 p.m. along Coddington Lane and Berwick Forge Road, in Porter Township. Police conducted a traffic stop for a lighting violation. Police located multiple items of drug paraphernalia and marijuana inside of the vehicle. Charges are pending against an 18-year-old female from Huntingdon and a 16-year-old male juvenile in the vehicle.

Huntingdon State Police report an assault of fear by physical menace occurred on February 3, at approximately 5:46 p.m. along Hillcrest Lane in Porter Township. Matthew Jones, 32, of Petersburg was taken into custody and transported to JC Blair Hospital. Jones is being charged with simple assault and terroristic threats after he threatened to rip his girlfriend from her residence and shoot her.

 

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