Police report

Pennsylvania State Police Selinsgrove

¯Harassment — 1:22 p.m. — Oct. 30 — Police report investigating a fight at 575 Old Route 15, in Port Trevorton. Police said two juvenile males were cited for harassment after fighting with each other inside a residence.

¯Act 64 — 9:30 p.m. — Nov. 3 — Police report investigating a found wallet at a Wal-Mart in Monroe Township. The wallet, belonging to Kaylynn Fleming, 21, of Shamokin Dam, was found in a restroom at Wal-Mart containing a quantity of heroin. Police said Fleming was charged with possession of a controlled substance.

¯Crash — 2:35 a.m. — Nov. 4 — Police report investigating a one-vehicle accident on Penns Drive, 213 feet north of Chickenhawk Run, in Monroe Township. The crash occurred as the driver, Matthew Longacre, 20, of Shamokin Dam, was traveling south and lost control of his 2001 Subaru Legacy, causing the vehicle to spin and go off the left side of the road. Police said the vehicle’s rear end impacted the embankment and then a tree on the left side of the road. The vehicle then impacted a small ditch and became disabled at the scene. Suspected minor injuries were reported as a result of the crash.

¯Retail theft — 4 p.m. — Nov. 4 — Police report investigating a theft at a Kohls department store in Selinsgrove. Police said the accused, a 17-year-old female, removed cosmetics from its packaging, concealed the cosmetics on her person and attempted to leave the store without paying for it. The value of the cosmetics totaled $54.06. Police said charges were filed.

¯DUI — 2:35 a.m. — Nov. 5 — Police report investigating a DUI at North Old Trail at Eighth Street, in Shamokin Dam. Police said the suspect, a 35-year-old male, was arrested for a DUI pursuant to traffic violations. Charges are pending BAC results.

¯Crash — 12:36 a.m. — Nov. 5 — Police report investigating a one-vehicle accident on Route 522, 640 feet west of Eagle Lane, in Franklin Township. The driver, Sean Diehl, 32, of Howard, was traveling north on Route 522 when a large buck wandered onto the roadway and was struck by the front end of Diehl’s 2016 Chevrolet Colorado, causing moderate damage. No injuries were reported as a result of the crash.

¯Retail theft — Oct. 21-31 — Police report investigating three incidents of retail theft at a Target department store, 501 Marketplace Blvd., in Selinsgrove. The incidents occurred as a male actor entered Target on Oct. 21, 24 and 31 and was seen all three dates listed on video surveillance taking merchandise without paying. Pennsylvania State Police Selinsgrove was contact on Oct. 31 for a retail theft in progress. Police said they took Spencer Charles Lash into custody for the crimes. The investigation continues.

Pennsylvania State Police Rockview

¯Crash — 10 p.m. — Nov. 4 — Police report investigating a two-vehicle accident on I-99 southbound at mile marker 78.2 in Benner Township. The crash occurred as the driver, Nicholas Snedden, 24, of Boalsburg, was traveling southbound in the passing lane of I-99 in a 1995 Ford Ranger and swerved in front of a witness, then proceeded to drive into the rear end of a 2007 BMW X3, operated by Connor Garbrick, 23, of Mill Hall. Both units were towed from the scene. Police said neither driver sustained any injuries.

Pennsylvania State Police Newport

¯Attempted burglary — 11:43 p.m. — Oct. 16 — Police report responding to an attempted burglary at Keystone Way in Centre Township. Police said the victim, a 22-year-old female, of Newport, contacted the police to report someone trying to get into her house. Pennsylvania State Police Newport investigated.

¯PFA Violation — noon — Oct. 8 — Police report investigating an incident at Suzanne Drive in Penn Township. Police said the suspect, a 23-year-old male, of Duncannon, was found to be in violation of a protection from abuse order. Pennsylvania State Police Newport are investigating.

¯DUI — 6:30 p.m. — Oct. 15 — Police report investigating a DUI at 1851 Keystone Way in Oliver Township. The actor, John Geiling, 41, of Shermans Dale, was found to have operated a motor vehicle while under the influence of a controlled substance. Police said charges were filed.

¯Crash — 6:10 a.m. — Nov. 3 — Police report investigating a two-vehicle accident on North Fourth Street, 180 feet south of Oliver Street, in Newport Borough. The crash occurred when the driver, Kenni Cox, 20, of Newport, was traveling north in a 2003 Volkswagen Passat and struck a legally parked 2002 Chevrolet Silverado, causing disabling damages to both vehicles. Police said private tow companies were arranged by both vehicle owners. No injuries were reported as a result of the crash.

Pennsylvania State Police Huntingdon

¯DUI — 8:11 p.m. — Oct. 22–Police report investigating a three-vehicle crash at 11740 William Penn Highway, Henderson Township, Huntingdon County. During the investigation it was discovered that Trent Allan Russler, 27, of Lewistown, was driving under the influence of alcohol. Charges are pending blood test results.

¯Harassment– 12:27 p.m.–Nov. 1–Police report investigating an incident, which took place at 41 E. Water St. in Mount Union. According to police Jonathan W. Spriggs, 35, of Mount Union, was driving by the home of Robert D. Beaston, 54, of Mount Union, when Beaston stopped Spriggs. While Spriggs was in his vehicle Beaston attempted to punch Spriggs in the head. Spriggs blocked the punch with his arm.

Lewistown Police Department

¯Simple assault–2:30 p.m.–Nov. 6–Police report responding to a domestic disturbance call on South Drastic Street. An investigation led to the arrest of Dustin Jodon, 25, of Lewistown. Jodon was charged with simple assault and harassment.

Pennsylvania State Police Lewistown

¯Crash–5:34 p.m.–Nov. 1–Police report investigating an accident on William Penn Highway near Walters lane in Walker Township. According to police, Brant Guilfoyle, 39, of Mifflintown, was traveling west on William Penn Highway too closely to Todd Snook, 44, of Mifflin, and struck the rear bumper of Snook’s vehicle. No injuries were reported as a result of the crash. Guilfoyle was cited for driving too closely.

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