Pennsylvania State Police Lewistown
Crash- 8:28 a.m.- July 31 - Police said Heather L. Sheets, 32, of Mifflin, was driving a 2005 Mercury Sable north on state Route 36 near house number 16424, Beale Township, Juniata County. According to the report, while she was driving, Sheets took her attention off the road to see if her children had removed their seat belts while she was driving. Police said, while doing so, her vehicle left the east side of the road and hit a utility pole. According to the report, the vehicle continued to travel approximately 200 more feet and hit the wire cable to another utility pole before coming to rest 100 feet further in a field. Police said Sheets, along with her passengers, a 13-year-old male, of Mifflin and a six-year-old female, of Mifflin, were all wearing their seat belts. According to the report, the 13-year-old male suffered minor injuries and Sheets will be cited in the crash.
Theft - 12-12:30 p.m. - July 30 - Police said a 70-year-old female, of Centre Hall, reported a theft at Arby's Restaurant, 20 Commerce Drive, Armagh Township. According to the report, the complaint was unfounded as the purse had been recovered by employees.
Crash - 9:42 p.m. - July 30 - Police said Ronald Horne, 37, of Mifflintown, turned onto state Route 35 south, from Oakland Road, Fayette Township, Juniata County, in a 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier. According to the report, Horne said he did not see a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt, driven by a 17-year-old male, of McAlisterville, that was traveling south on state Route 35. Police said the 17-year-old male, hit the rear portion of Horne's vehicle with the front portion of his vehicle, resulting in disabling damage to both vehicles. According to the report, Horne was not wearing a seat belt and suffered minor injuries in the crash. Police said the 17-year-old male was wearing a seat belt and was not injured.
Pennsylvania State Police Huntingdon
Retail theft- 3:51 p.m.- July 30 - Police said a 33-year-old female, of Mount Union, entered the Walmart in Smithfield Township, Huntingdon County, took merchandise from the store and exited without paying.