Mount Union Police Department
Accident - 5:52 p.m. - May 22 - Police said a Mazda driven by Julia Shawver, 34, of Mount Union, was hit by a Dodge in the area of U.S. 322 and North Jefferson Street, Mount Union. According to a report, the Dodge caused minor damage to the Mazda and then fled the scene. Police said a witness was able to provide a registration plate for the Dodge and an investigation determined that the Dodge was driven by a 17-year-old Mapleton Depot male.
Accident -5:52 p.m. - May 23 - Police said a 2006 Suzuki, driven by Christie Jeffries, 43, of Shirleysburg, was rear-ended by a 2013 Hyundai, driven by Robert Baker, 90, of McVeytown, along Wrangletown Road near East Shirley Street. According to a report, there were no injuries in the crash.
Domestic disturbance - 7:44 p.m. - May 23 - Police said they responded to reports of a person trying to break into a vehicle at 107 Hartman Village, Mount Union. According to a report, the male was taken into custody and transported to the Mount Union Police Station, where it was determined that the incident was civil in nature. He was warned not to return to the area and was released.
Animal complaint - 12:10 a.m. - May 24 - Police said a loose dog had been caught by residents at 128 W. Market St., Mount Union. According to a report, the owner of the dog was located and the dog was returned, with a warning that future incidents may result in a citation for the dog at large.
Criminal mischief - 5:40 p.m. - May 24 - Police said several headstones apparently were knocked over, some of which had been broken, at Mount Union Cemetery. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at (814) 542-8822.
Animal complaint - 7:36 p.m. - May 24 - Police said a concerned citizen reported that a loose dog, along South Washington and West Market streets, was caught and the animal appeared to have been abused and neglected. According to a report, the owner of the dog was identified as Danell Kester, 32, of Mount Union. Police said due to the dog's condition, the dog was seized by police and transported to the Huntingdon County Humane Society for veterinary evaluation and care. According to the report, charges were filed against Kester for cruelty to animals, failure to license a dog over six months of age, failure to display license on collar, failure to vaccinate against rabies, and confinement of dogs. Police said the dog was signed over to the custody of the Huntingdon County Humane Society by the owner and is reported to be improving in health and welfare.
Warrant service - 9:20 p.m. - May 24 - Police responding to a call about unwanted persons in a residence said an active warrant for arrest from Dauphin County was discovered for one of the individuals, Shaun Decando, 29, of Lewistown. According to the report, Decando was taken into custody and lodged in the Huntingdon County Jail on the warrant.
Assault - 1:17 a.m. - May 25 - Police responding to a domestic complaint call said charges of harassment were lodged against Donald Fortson Jr., after it was determined that he had left marks and bruises on the victim. According to a report, Fortson then left the residence for the night.
Pennsylvania State Police Lewistown
Act 64 - 11:55 a.m. - June 4 - Police said a traffic stop was conducted on Arch Rock Road, Fermanagh Township. According to a report, Kevin Moss, 19, of Warrington, was driving the vehicle, with Kevin Raymond, 18, of Chalfont, as the only passenger, and both were found to be in possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia. Police said both were charged through Magisterial District Judge Barbara M. Lyter's office.
Public drunkenness - 7:29 a.m. - June 4 - Police said Katherine Marie Schill-Zonts, 26, of Mifflintown, arrived at a residence along Butchershop Road, Fermanagh Township, and indicated to the homeowner that she lived there. According to a report, the homeowner did not know Schill-Zonts and contacted police, who determined that she was under the influence of a controlled substance. Police said charges of public drunkenness and criminal mischief were filed against Schill-Zonts through Magisterial District Judge Barbara M. Lyter's office and she was transported to the Mifflin County Correctional Facility.
Harassment - 1:12 p.m. - June 3 - Police said Elizabeth Erinn Ammerman, 25, of Lewistown, allegedly shoved Nichole Lynn Fisher, 29, of Milroy, while at 89 N. Main St., Armagh Township. According to a report, Ammerman is being charged with harassment through Magisterial District Judge Tammy Hunter's office.
Drug paraphernalia - 1:45 p.m. - June 3 - Police said after investigating a harassment complaint at 89 N. Main St., Armagh Township, it was discovered that Nichole Lynn Fisher, 29, of Milroy, was in possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. According to a report, charges are being filed through Magisterial District Judge Tammy Hunter's office.
Pennsylvania State Police Huntingdon
Criminal mischief - 9:20 p.m. - May 27 - Police said Amanda Lingle, 30, of Lewistown, intentionally spun her tires in a gravel parking lot along 14330 Crogahn Pike, throwing stones onto a vehicle owned by Amy Lape, 36, of Mount Union. According to a report, the stones caused minor damage to the car.