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Conewango Twp.

Retail Theft. Conewango police said on Oct 20 they were dispatched to Walmart for a retail theft in progress. Upon arrival, police met with Walmart Loss Prevention and they stated Jimi Jo Sobczak, Jamestown, N.Y., concealed merchandise and did not pay for all those items. Police recovered $684.70 worth of merchandise from Sobczak. Sobczak was charged with one count felony retail theft and was placed into the Warren County Jail on $10,000.00 bail.

Retail Theft. Conewango police said on Oct 20, they were dispatched to Walmart for a Retail Theft in progress. Upon arrival, police met with Walmart Loss Prevention and they stated Corey Adam Wells, Jamestown, N.Y. concealed merchandise and did not pay for those items. Police recovered $293.49 worth of merchandise from Wells that was placed inside a vehicle in the parking lot. Wells was charged with one count Summary Retail Theft and was given a Non-Traffic Citation and then released pending further court action.

Crash. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 23 at 6:43 a.m. a one-vehicle accident occurred on Pennsylvania Ave. W., just west of Scientific Rd. According to police, David Mangol, 23, of Union City, was traveling east on SR 6 when he swerved north, side-swiping the center concrete barrier with the driver’s side of the vehicle. Mangol’s vehicle came to rest in the west bound lane facing north and blocking one lane of traffic. Mangol was uninjured in the accident and his vehicle was towed from the scene.

Clarendon

Aggravated Indecent Assault. Warren-based state police report on Sept. 15, a known 30-year-old female was sexually assaulted by Kirk McNeeley, 43, of Clarendon, at his residence. Police report the victim was taken to Warren General Hospital for treatment of her injuries. According to police, McNeeley was charged with aggravated assault, intimidation of a victim or witness, aggravated indecent assault (two counts), corruption of minors, terroristic threats, unlawful restraint, indecent assault, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, and indecent assault. Police report McNeeley appeared before District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth and is lodged in the Warren County Jail in lieu of $75,000.

Columbus Twp.

Attempted Burglary. Corry based-state police said on Oct. 27, a neighbor of 51 West Main St. Columbus, witnessed two unknown males in work clothes attempt to gain entry into a garage by kicking the door. This incident is still under investigation according to police.

Crash. Corry-based state police report a one-vehicle accident occurred on Oct. 25 at 5:16 p.m. at Scott Crossing Rd. just north of SR 426. According to police, the crash occurred as Samantha Elliot, 18, of Houston, Pa., was traveling north on Scott Crossing Rd. and failed to negotiate a left curve and traveled across the opposing lane of traffic. The vehicle left the roadway and traveled 50 feet across the property’s front lawn before striking a brick flower bed and coming to rest. Police said Elliot and her passenger were not injured and Elliot was cited for driving on right side of the roadway.

Limestone Twp.

Harassment. Warren based-state police said on Oct. 27, Scott Michael Genter, 30, Tidioute, and Jared Douglas Johnson, 21, Youngsville, entered into a verbal argument regarding whether Genter was trespassing on private property and owned by Johnson on Johnson Rd., approximately 100 yards from Shanley Rd. During the argument Genter struck Johnson in the face with his fist. During the incident Johnson poked Genter hard in the chest. Both Genter and Johnson were cited for Harassment.

Sheffield Twp.

Simple Assault. Warren based-state police said on Oct. 28, John Gordon Eck, 26, subjected a known victim to a physical altercation, resulting from a domestic dispute, in which the victim received bodily injury. Charges of simple assault and harassment were filed against Eck. An Arrest Warrant was obtained for Eck.

Mead Twp.

Receiving stolen property. Warren-based state police report between Sept. 23 and Sept. 25, Sylvan Energy reported the theft of approximately 9 rectangular oil jack weights from Hearts Content Rd. near Hickory Creek Trail Head. Police investigated and verified Burdette Thomas, 37, of the Warren County Jail, stole the jack weights. Police said Thomas was charged with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. Further court action is pending.

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Youngsville

Assault. Youngsville Police were called to Youngsville Elementary Middle School on Friday, Oct. 25, at 10:44 a.m. for an assault. YEMS officials reported that a 12-year-old female student assaulted a female teacher by kicking her several times and punching her with a closed fist. The victim teacher radioed for help and other staff came to help her with the student. The teacher did have reported minor injuries. The student is being charged with assault and harassment by police. Charges will be filed with juvenile probation.

Disorderly conduct. Youngsville Police were called to Youngsville Elementary Middle School on Friday, Oct. 25, at 1:30 p.m. for a female student that was disorderly and disruptive during school. As she was leaving with her grandmother, she became irate and would not go. She allegedly attempted to bite her grandmother and then shoved her to the concrete ground. The victim, a 57-year-old female, had visible injuries to her elbow and knee. Charges are pending further investigation.

Found Property. A set of multipurpose keys was found near W. Main St. and Hazard Place on Monday. An individual turned them into the Youngsville Police Dept. Anyone with information may contact the Youngsville Borough Office at 563-4604 or Youngsville Police at 563-7555.

Conewango Twp.

Crash. On Oct. 27 at 5 a.m., Conewango Twp. Police responded to a reported motor vehicle accident on Rt. 6 near Carter Lumber. According to police Travis Geer, of Kane, was traveling west on Rt. 6 in Starbrick when he feel asleep at the wheel, crossed three lanes of travel and struck a tree and chain link fence surrounding property owned by Carter Lumber. Police said Geer’s vehicle was heavily damaged and disabled and the chain link fence and and tree on Carter Lumber property also sustained severe damage. According to police, Geer left the scene of the accident on foot and failed to report the accident to police. Geer was charged with careless driving, roadways laned for traffic, and immediate notice of accident to police department.

DUI Crash. Conewango Twp. Police report on Oct. 23 at 12:24 p.m., a one-vehicle roll-over accident occurred on Follett Run Rd. According to police, Jody Gray, 39, of Warren, was found to be the driver and advised he was texting while driving. His vehicle went off the roadway, struck a driveway and rolled over. Gray sustained minor injuries and his vehicle was towed from the scene. Upon further investigation, police report Gray was found to have been drinking and subsequently failed standard field sobriety checks. Gray was taken to Warren General Hospital for tests and found to be more than three times the legal limit. Police report Gray was charged with two counts of DUI, driving on roadways laned for travel, and texting while driving. Police were assisted on the scene by Starbrick VFD, Emergycare, and Youngsville Ambulance.

DUI. Conewango Twp. Police report on Oct. 20, at 4:49 a.m., Kyle Owens, 20, of Conewango Twp. was traveling on Jackson Run Rd. near Dutch Hill when he reported he swerved to avoid a deer. Owens’ vehicle became stuck in a ditch off the north side of the roadway. Upon further investigation, police found the accused to be intoxicated. Charges of DUI, purchase, consumption, possession or transportation of liquor or malt or brewed beverages and other traffic related violations are pending.

Elk Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 22 at 9:50 p.m. Travis Winans, 19, of Russell, was traveling east on Cable Hollow Rd. when he swerved to miss a deer. Winans’ vehicle left the right side of the roadway and he lost control on the berm. The vehicle entered a ditch and traveled 27 feet before striking a culvert. Police report the driver attempted to regain control of the vehicle and reentered the roadway before returning to the ditch and striking an embankment, causing the vehicle to roll onto the drivers’ side. The vehicle completed a full roll and came to rest in the ditch on its roof facing west. Winans was cited for driving vehicle at a safe speed.

Glade Twp.

Scam theft. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 25 at 2 p.m., a 78-year-old Warren man was contacted via telephone and advised his son was incarcerated in a Mexican jail and required US currency to be transferred to post bail.

Mead Twp.

Lost Hunter. Warren County Sheriff’s Office reports on Oct. 25, Warren City Police Department received information that an 88-year-old man had been hunting and failed to return to his residence. The Pennsylvania Game Commission had located the hunter’s vehicle on Forest Service Road 160 in Mead Twp. A search of the area was conducted by Warren City Police Department, Pennsylvania Game Commission, Clarendon Fire Department, Cherry Grove Fire Department K-9 Search and Rescue Team, U.S. Forest Service, Glade Fire Department, and the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. The 88-year-old was located approximately one mile off the road on Oct. 26 at 2:10 a.m. and transported by Emergycare to Warren General Hospital for evaluation.

Sugar Grove Twp.

Harassment. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 24 at 10:30 p.m., a known male juvenile hit a known adult male during a domestic dispute. Police report the juvenile was cited for summary harassment through District Judge Laura Bauer’s office.

Forest County

Fatal accident. Coroner Norman J. Wimer responded to a vehicle accident on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 on Loleta Rd. just outside of Marienville. Irvin F. Hill, Marienville, was pronounced dead at the scene at 8:48 p.m. Police said Hill was traveling north towards Marienville when he lost control of the vehicle. It left the roadway hitting trees and rolling, coming to rest on the vehicle’s side. Hill was thrown from the vehicle succumbing instantly to his injuries, according to the coroner. He was not wearing a seatbelt. Blunt force trauma to the head was listed as the cause of death. PSP and Marienville Volunteer Fire Dept., along with Clarion Ambulance, assisted at the scene.

Fatal accident. A very similar accident occurred on Friday, October 25, 2013 around 9:00 a.m., a few hundred feet south of Hunter Station Bridge on Route 62. Coroner Norman J. Wimer was summoned at 9:45 a.m. to the scene and pronounced dead John E. Zang of Butler, PA at 10:05 a.m. Mr. Zang apparently was driving his vehicle south on Rt 62 after leaving his camp and heading home towards Butler when he lost control of his vehicle just as he exited the bridge. Witnesses said the vehicle crossed the centerline, then went sideways off the roadway over a guide-rail coming to rest on its side after striking trees. Mr. Zang was wearing a seatbelt and was still seated in the vehicle, however the truck sustained substantial crushing damage. PSP along with Tionesta and President Fire Departments assisted as the scene. Mr. Zang had to be extracted from the vehicle by the fire companies using the “jaws of life”. Seneca Rescue was also on scene.

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Warren

Arrest. On October 25, officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department with assistance from the Warren County Sheriff’s Department, arrested Bryan Hart, 41, Clarendon, on charges of violation of intermediate punishment. Hart, who was originally placed on house arrest with electronic monitoring by District Justice Glenn Carlson on the charge of dricing with license suspended, DUI related, was taken into custody by probation officers on a supervisor’s warrant and committed to the Warren County jail pending further court action.

Conewango Twp.

Retail theft. Conewango Township police reported that on Oct. 24 at 2:59 p.m. Sasha Camacho Cruz, 156 Stowe St., Jamestown, NY, was witnessed by Walmart Loss Prevenion pushing a cart full of merchandise with a total value of $432.99 from the store without paying for it. As Loss Prevention attempted to stop Cruz, she pushed the Walmart worker and fled from the scene on foot. Police, with the assistance of Warren State Hospital security, later located Cruz, who was hiding on the Warren State Hospital grounds. Police subsequently charged Cruz with retail theft and harassment.

Southwest Twp.

Assault. Warren-based state police reported that on Oct. 24 at 1 a.m. Joshua Harrington, 29, Grand Valley, became severly intoxicated and assaulted a known 48-year-old male and a known 51-year-old female by striking them with a closed fist several times causing injury. After making contact with Harrington, he was allegedly found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana. Harrington was arrested and arraigned in District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth and committed to the Warren County jail on $25,000 bail.

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Warren

Retail theft. Warren State Constables arrested John D. Ruby, 21, Warren, at noon on Oct. 24 on a bench warrant for a charge of retail theft. Ruby appeared before District Justice Glenn Carlson and was released pending further court action.

Disorderly conduct. On Oct. 24 at 1:30 p.m., Warren State Constables arrested Christina Flasher, 24, Warren, on a bench warrant for a charge of disorderly conduct engaged in fighting. Flasher appeared before District Justice Glenn Carlson, paid fines and costs and was released.

Conewango Twp.

Retail Theft. Conewango Township Police report between Dec. 19, 2011 and Oct. 12, 2013, Christina Renninger, Russell, stole $2,643.66 worth of cash from the cash registers at the K-Mart in Warren Mall while she was employed there. Police said Renninger also stole $434.34 worth of merchandise from the store during that same time frame. Police said Renninger was charged with theft by unlawful taking and retail theft.

Theft. Conewango Township Police report on Oct. 15 at 1 p.m., they were contacted by loss prevention personnel at K-Mart in reference to an internal theft investigation involving two employees. Police said Charlie Lewis, 22, Russell, was charged with two retail thefts and two criminal conspiracies involving theft between September and October totaling $590.85 worth of merchandise. Police also said David Bartlett, 26,Warren, was charged with three retail thefts and two criminal conspiracies involving theft between September and October totaling $720.86 worth of merchandise.

Youngsville

Failure to pay. On Oct. 24 at 10 a.m., Warren State Constables arrested Michael S. Case, 32, Youngsville, on a bench warrant for a charge of failure to pay traffic violations. Case was taken before District Justice Glenn Carlson and remanded to the Warren County Jail.

Possession of a weapon. Youngsville Borough Police are investigating an alleged threat at a Youngsville High School football game on Oct. 11 at 8:30 p.m. According to police, two 12-year-old boys left the game at halftime and proceeded through the parking lot at YHS. According to police, while walking past a 15-year-old male student sitting on a sidewalk, a comment was made toward him. Next, the 15-year-old allegedly chased after them with a knife. The younger boys ran away and called their parents to come pick them up. Anyone with information is asked to contact Youngsville Police at 563-7555.

Harassment. Youngsville Borough Police were called to Youngsville High School on Thursday for an alleged harassment case. According to police, a 14-year-old female student threatened to beat up and punch another 14- year-old female student. Police said both parents have been contacted and charges are pending.

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Conewango Twp.

Harassment. Warren-based state police responded to a call from Warren State Hospital on Oct. 22 at 1 p.m. According to police, Kimberly Stolar, 22, is accused of striking Alesha Butterfield, 18, in the head several times. Police said Stolar was cited for harassment and will answer to the charge before District Justice Laura Bauer.

Harassment. Warren-based state police responded to a call from Warren State Hospital on Oct. 22 at 6:30 p.m. According to police, Gayle Downing, 30, is accused of striking Alesha Butterfield, 18, in the head several times. Police said Downing was cited for harassment and will answer to the charge before District Justice Laura Bauer.

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Warren

Terroristic threats. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 10 David Oberg, 53, Warren, was charged with terroristic threats with intent to terrorize another, disorderly conduct and defiant trespass after officers responded to a report of a disturbance.

DUI. Warren City police reported that on Oct.10 David Kleehamer, 29, Warren, was charged with two counts of DUI, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and open container following a traffic stop.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 11 David Bryan, 44, Warren, was cited for harassment after officers responded to a fight in progress.

Disorderly conduct. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 11 Heather Ruby, 24, Clarendon, and Chelsea Zaffino, 29, Warren, were both charged with disorderly conduct after officers responded to a report of two females fighting.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 11 Ashley Mott, 18, Warren, was cited for harassment after police responded to a report of people fighting.

Crash. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 12 a juvenile was cited for driving on roadways laned for traffic following a two-vehicle accident on Third Ave. and Liberty St.

Arrested. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 12 Heather Jewell, 34, Warren, was charged with driving while drivers license suspended, operating a vehicle without financial responsibility and driving following a suspension of registration. She was taken into custody on a local warrant as well as a warrant from Erie County. She was turned over to the Warren County Jail.

Public drunkenness. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 13 Thomas Tood, 29, Warren, was cited with public drunkenness after he was observed by an officer having a hard time walking down the street.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 14 Michael Campman, 31, and Samantha McGauhey, both of Warren, were cited for harassment after officers were dispatched to a domestic dispute at their residence.

Arrested. Warren City police reported that on -Oct. 14 Joshua Whitesel, 23, Pittsburgh, was cited for drivers required to be licensed and expired inspection during a traffic stop. It was found he had local warrants and was turned over to the Pennsylvania Constables for further processing.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 15 James Farnsworth, 57, Warren, was cited for harassment after police received a report of a past tense assault.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 15 Jason Bines, 34, Warren, was cited for harassment after officers responded to a past tense domestic dispute.

Retail theft. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 15 Emmet Confer, 38, Warren, was cited for retail theft after he was found exiting a local retailer with $64.79 worth of items that he did not pay for.

Public drunkenness. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 17 Laurie Morley, 52, Warren, was cited for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct after police were called to a disruptive female who was refusing to leave.

Forgery. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 17 Jessica Hesch, 27, Warren, was charged with forgery and possession of a controlled substance by misrepresentation, fraud, forgery, a\nd deception or subterfuge after altering a prescription that had been issued to her.

Public drunkenness. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 17 Louis Zullo Jr., 72, Warren, was charged with public drunkenness after police received a call stating that an intoxicated male had fallen down some stairs.

Possession.Warren City police reported that on Oct. 18 Kevin Rainey, 54, Warren, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after officers stopped to identify a suspicious male in a vehicle.

Arrested. Warren County Sheriff’s deputies and Warren City police arrested Muriel Whipple, 21, 16 Maple St., at 7:45 p.m. on Oct. 22 on a supervisor’s warrant issued by Warren County Adult Probation for violation of parole. Police said Whipple was placed in the Warren County Prison pending further court action.

Conewango Twp.

Public drunkenness. Conewango Township police reported that on Oct. 21 at 5:15 p.m. they responded, along with EmergyCare, to a report of a man down on the bike trail north of Follett Run Road. Police said Willard Hebner, 48, Warren, had fallen off of his bicycle and was found to be intoxicated. He was transported to Warren General for treatment of minor injuries. Police said a non-traffic citation for public drunkenness has been filed at District Justice Laura Bauer’s office.

Mead Twp.

Theft. Warren-based state police reported that between Sept. 23 and Sept. 24 personnel at Catalyst Energy, Clarendon, reported the theft of a steel trailer frame. Police said their investigation revealed that Burdette Guy Thomas III, 37, had cut the frame, hauled it from the scene and took the steel to a scrap yard in Jamestown, N.Y. Receipts were obtained and interviews were conducted verifying the defendant stole the trailer frame. Police said Thomas was charged with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property.

Spring Creek Twp.

Scam. Warren-based state police reported that on Oct. 12 and Oct. 13 a known 69-year-old female, Picadilly Hill Road, was contacted by an unknown individual from Guadalajara, Mexico claiming he was the victim’s grandson and was being incarcerated in a jail in Mexico. The individual requested that the victim send money via Western Union to help him pay for medical bills, hotel fees and other additional fees. The individual advised the victim he was not allowed to leave Mexico until all fees were paid in full. Police said the victim mailed the individual a total of $3,300 over a period of two days. The victim later was advised by her grandson that he had never left the U.S. The investigation is continuing.

Tidioute

Interference with custody of children. Warren-based state police reported that on Oct. 19 at 11 p.m. a known 14-year-old female was in the company of William Verner Christian Jr., 18, Tidioute, for approximately 18 hours without permission of consent of her parents. On Oct. 21, Christian was charged with interference with the custody of children through District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth’s office . Bail was set at $25,000.

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Conewango Twp.

Probation violation. Officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department, with assistance from Conewango Township Police and security officers from Wal-Mart, arrested Jonathan Whipple, 29, Sheffield, on charges of violation of probation on Oct 19. Whipple, who was originally placed on probation on the charge of theft by unlawful taking, was taken into custody by probation officers on a supervisor’s warrant after being caught attempting to shop-lift at Wal-Mart. He was committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

Retail theft. Conewango Township Police were dispatched on Oct. 20, for a reported retail theft at Wal-Mart. According to police, loss prevention personnel said Corey Adam Wells, Jamestown, N.Y., took $293.49 worth of merchandise without paying for it. Police said they recovered all merchandise and Wells is being charged with one count summary retail theft. Charges have been filed with District Justice Laura Bauer pending further court action, according to police.

Retail theft. Conewango Township Police were dispatched on Oct. 20 for a reported retail theft at Wal-Mart. According to police, loss prevention personnel said Jimi Jo Sobczak, Jamestown, N.Y., concealed $684.70 worth of merchandise without paying for it. Police said loss prevention personnel recovered all merchandise and Sobczak was charged with one count felony retail theft and one count defiant trespass. Police said Sobczak was taken to the on-call district justice and was placed in the Warren County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail pending further court action.

Retail theft. Loss prevention personnel at Lowes’s contacted Conewango Township Police on May 21 concerning a string of suspected false returns that had been completed by Jennifer McIntyre, 19, Salamanca, N.Y. Police said following an investigation it was found that on Feb. 20, McIntyre had taken $258.30 worth of merchandise without paying. McIntyre was charged with one misdemeanor count of the first degree retail theft, according to police.

Retail theft/defiant trespass. According to Conewango Township Police, loss prevention personnel at Wal-Mart on Sept 9 apprehended Cassandra Morales, 22 Kennedy, N.Y., and Maurita Shaver, 27, Jamestown, N.Y., after they were observed returning stolen property for a gift card in the amount of $47.20 and then both taking a total of $188.41 worth of merchandise without paying. Police said Shaver and Morales were both charged with retail theft, conspiracy to commit retail theft and theft by deception. Police said Shaver further charged with defiant trespass after having received notice from Wal-Mart for trespass, according to police.

Sheffield Twp.

Bench warrant/failure to appear. Warren County Sheriff’s deputies, with assistance from Sheffield Township Police, arrested Ricky A. Barr, 45, Sheffield, on Sept 21 on a bench warrant issued by District Justice Laura Bauer. According to police, Barr failed to appear for a court hearing regarding driving under suspension charge. He was arraigned by District Justice George Gregory, and was incarcerated in the Warren County Jail.

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Brokenstraw Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 18 at 4:30 p.m., James Seybert, 74, of Youngsville,was traveling east on Route 6 when he failed to see the vehicle driven by Robert Mader, 51, Smethport, stop for another vehicle which was turning. Police said Seybert’s vehicle struck the rear end of Mader’s vehicle causing it to travel off the north side of the roadway and strike a utility pole. No injuries were reported and both vehicles were towed from the scene. Police said Seybert was charged with driving at a safe speed.

Sugar Grove

Found property. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 20 at 11 a.m., an orange Husqvarna 371 XP 71cc chainsaw was turned into their office. It was found in the middle of the Old State Road near Ludwick Road three to four weeks ago. The owner can call the state police to claim the chainsaw.

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Warren County

Current Money Scams. As of Oct. 17 the Warren-based state police have received reports of several incidents of persons in the Warren County area receiving mailings in which the mail recipient has been identified as a lottery or sweepstakes winner. The recipient is then provided with a check that appears legitimate for cashing with some of the money to be sent back to the person mailing the flyer via Western Union or other electronic methods of transferring money.

Persons in the area are reminded to be aware of scams of this nature and not to cash any check or other document that is believed to be of legal tender unless the information is verified to be true and accurate.

Brokenstraw Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 8 at 11 a.m., a vehicle legally parked at the Rouse Suites was struck in the passenger’s side by an unknown vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Warren-based state police.

Eldred Twp.

Burglary. Warren-based state police report between June 1 and Oct. 17 an unknown individual entered an Eldred Twp. residence and removed four firearms.

Southwest Twp.

Burglary. After a continuing investigation, Warren-based state police report they were able to recover all six guns that were stolen when Raymond Wright, 20, of Spartansburg, entered a Grand Valley residence on Aug. 21, 2013. Wright was arraigned before District Magistrate Cynthia Lindemuth for burglary, theft, and receiving stolen property. Bail was set at $50,000. He is currently being held in the Crawford County Jail on other charges.

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Conewango Twp.

Theft. Conewango Police said on Oct 10, at the Warren Walmart, an unidentified white male possibly in his middle to late 20’s concealed $509.64 worth of computer games and Wii console games on his person and exited the store without paying for the merchandise. The white male left the store parking lot as a passenger in a large white 4 door pick-up truck with a large square toolbox in the back. The truck could possibly have some insignia on the side doors. Anyone with information is asked to contact township police or crimestoppers.

Theft. Conewango Police said on Oct 10, Willard Hebner, 48, Warren, removed $40.00 out of the cash register while working at Bob Evans Restaurant and subsequently left the restaurant. Misdemeanor 3 charge of Theft by Unlawful Taking have been filed with District Justice Bauer’s Office and further Court action pending.

Theft. On Oct. 16, a representative of the Starbrick Fire Dept. advised that on or about Sept. 9, two wooden picnic tables were removed from their pavilion. The tables are valued at $150. Those responsible were operating a pick-up truck of unknown make and model, turquoise in color with a dark blue stripe down the sides. Anyone with information is asked to contact Township Police at 814-726-0725.

Farmington Twp.

Harassment. Warren State Police said on Oct 11, at a residence on Townline Road, a known women, 54, was attempting to pick her mother up off the ground after she fell down. While the known female was picking her up a known female, 56, shoved her 3 times and spit in her face, according to police.

Mead Twp.

Theft. Warren-based state police received a report of a stolen steel trailer frame from Curtis Contracting and Services. Following an investigation that ran between Aug. 30 and Sept 20, police determined, Burdette Guy Thomas III, 37, of Warren County Jail, had cut the frame and hauled it from the Huckabone Lane location to a scrap yard in Jamestown, NY. Receipts were obtained and interviews were conducted verifying the Defendant stole the trailer frame. Thomas was charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking and Receiving Stolen Property. Further court action is pending.

Pine Grove Twp.

Crash. Richard Haskins, 47, Russell, was traveling North on SR 1015, Akeley Rd. in his GMC Acadia,when he traveled off the east side of the roadway entering a ditch traveling approx. 150 feet prior to impacting a culvert with Haskins undercarriage. Haskins continued to travel North approx. 240 feet before crossing the roadway and entering a ditch on the west side of the roadway, traveling approx. 30 feet, continuing to the point of a final stop. This incident is under investigation according to State Police.

Sheffield Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 16 at 6 p.m., Charles A. Rounds, 68, of Warren, was traveling east on SR 666 when he failed to negotiate a right-hand curve in the roadway. His vehicle struck the guiderail on the Southside of the road, continued across the roadway and struck the guiderail on the Northside of the roadway. The vehicle continued east across the centerline, struck the southern guiderail a second time before striking the northern guiderail again and coming to rest. Rounds was charged with Driving at a Safe Speed. Rounds and his four passengers were transported to Warren General Hospital for treatment of injuries of unknown severity.

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Warren

Firearm lost. Warren-based state police said between July 8 and Oct 14 William Wolfe, Warren, lost a .380 caliber Taurus firearm (serial number 1141OA) at an unknown location. Anyone has may have found it or knows of its whereabouts is asked to contact the state police.

Deerfield Twp.

Simple assault. Warren-based state police said that on Sept. 29 Tyler D. Wilson, 20, Warren, subjected a known victim to physical contact at a party at a private residence on Route 27, by striking the victim in the mouth and causing injury. Police said the victim will require extensive dental work. Wilson will answer to charges before District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth in Youngsville.

Farmington Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a one vehicle accident on Oct. 16 at 3:11 p.m. on Rt. 957 west of Lanning Hill Road. A 1998 Chevrolet CK 1500 truck, driven by Jeremy Jones, Jamestown, NY, was traveling east on 957. Police said that Jones became distracted and traveled off the south side of the roadway. The vehicle then returned to the roadway and traveled across both lanes of traffic and traveled off the north side of the roadway, striking two brees before coming to rest. Jones was not injured and was wearing a seat belt. The vehicle was towed from the scene. Jones has been cahrged with roadways laned for traffic.

Pine Grove Twp.

Theft. Warren-based state police said between Aug. 20 and 25 an incident occurred when someone took a wallet belonging to Thomas Kay, Warren, at his residence and used his Kwik Fill credit card. The total amount used on the card was $150. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police.

Sheffield Twp.

Simple assault/harassment. Warren-based state police said they are investigating a simple assault on Oct. 14 at 211 Crary Ave., Sheffield, when a known adult male struck a known juvenile in the face with his hand causing a red mark on the side of her cheek, then causing her to fall against the window seal where she received a laceration above her right eye.

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Farmington Twp.

Act 64. Warren-based state police responded to Eisenhower High School parking lot on Oct. 11 at 2:10 p.m., after a known vehicle, driven by a known individual was searched by the principal of Eisenhower High School. The principal found suspected marijuana in a small plastic baggie. The accused, a known 18-year-old male from Sugar Grove, admitted the marijuana to be his.

Freehold Twp.

Theft. Corry-based state police responded to a family-run business on Route 958 on Oct. 10 at 1:29 p.m. after 12 semi-truck brake drums were reported missing. The drums were sitting outside the business when the incident occurred. The drums were valued at $360; an investigation is on-going.

Springcreek Twp.

Criminal Mischief. Warren-based state police responded to a report of criminal mischief that occurred between Oct. 11 and Oct. 12 at a gated lease off Collins Rd.. According to police, someone damaged a gate and a T-post stake with a blunt object, causing both to bend. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police in Warren.

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Warren

Theft by unlawful taking. City of Warren police report charging Ashley Mighels, 19, Warren, with theft by unlawful taking on Oct. 4. According to police, Mighels removed $50 from the cash register of the convenience store she was employed at.

Theft by deception. City of Warren police report charging Timothy Hause, 44, Warren, with theft by deception, false impression and bad checks on Oct. 6. According to police, Hause wrote a $50 check on a closed account to a local business.

Public drunkenness. City of Warren police report charging James Moore, 43, Warren, with public drunkenness on Oct. 6. According to police, Moore was charged as a result of a report of a man sleeping on the porch at an apartment building where he did not reside.

Harassment. City of Warren police report charging Earnest Younce, 67, Warren, with harassment on Oct. 6. According to police, Younce was charged as a result of a report of a man swearing and kicking at the chair of a victim.

Aggravated assault. City of Warren police report charging Brenda Carroll, 35, Warren County Jail, with aggravated harassment by a prisoner and aggravated assault on Oct. 7 following an investigation.

Corruption of minors. City of Warren police report charging Christopher Hairr, 36, Warren, with corruption of minors on Oct. 7 following an investigation.

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Conewango Twp.

Retail Theft. Conewango Police charged Austin Slater, 28, Randolph, NY and Tracy Wadsworth, 28, Kennedy, NY with Retail Theft and Receiving Stolen Property for incidents occurring on June 6, at Warren Walmart where they did remove $758.96 worth of merchandise without paying. On July 10, Wadsworth and Slater removed $1147.00 worth of merchandise from Lowes without paying. Slater is currently in the Chautauqua County Jail on unrelated charges and is awaiting extradition. Wadsworth is in the Cattaraugus County Jail on unrelated charges and is also awaiting extradition according to police.

Retail Theft. Danielle Purdy, 21, Kennedy, NY has been charged with Retail Theft following an investigation from June 17, at Warren Walmart. Purdy and a co-defendant removed $2015.06 worth of merchandise from the store without paying. Purdy responded to a warrant for her arrest and was released pending further Court action. Cattaraugus County Sheriffs Office and Lakewood Busti Police Department assisted in the investigation.

Pittsfield Twp.

Found Property. Warren-based state Police said on Oct. 4, a purse/handbag was turned into the station after it was found lying along the roadway on SR.27, Area of Garland location. The owner may claim it by contacting the police station and identifying the property and its contents.

Glade Twp.

Crash. Warren State Police said on Oct. 10, Kevin Findley, 18, Warren, was traveling south bound on Cobham Park Road at a high rate of speed, while negotiating a right hand curve, Findley lost traction to the rear wheels and spun in a counter clockwise direction toward the southern berm. Findley left the southern berm and overturned several times, traveling approx. 500 feet before coming to a stop on its roof, facing in a southern direction, in the parking lot of the Glade Township Building. Findley’s Hyundai Accent suffered disabling damage from the crash and was towed from the scene. Findley suffered minor injury and was transported to Warren General Hospital, according to police.

Spring Creek

Terroristic Threats. Warren State Police said on Sept. 29, Jason Geiger, 32, Spring Creek, and a known female were involved in a verbal altercation. Geiger was arrested for Terroristic Threats, Simple Assault and Harassment. He was arraigned before DJ Lindenmuth and placed in the Warren County Jail in lieu of $25,000 bail according to police.

Sugar Grove Twp.

Crash. Warren State Police said on Oct 9, Martha Shetler, 25, Ashville, NY was attempting to enter SR0957 from a dirt lane on the south side of the road and Sean O’Boyle, 48, Jamestown, NY was traveling east on SR0957 on his motorcycle, Shetler pulled into the path of O’Boyle. The front of O’Boyle’s motorcycle made initial impact with the left front of the horse of Shetler’s buggy. After initial impact, O’Boyle lost control and his motorcycle slid across the westbound lane of SR0957 for approx. 96′ before it came to a stop along westbound berm facing southwest. Shetler and two juvenile passengers were not injured. O’Boyle suffered moderate injury according to police.

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Sugar Grove

Burglary. Warren-based state police reported that someone forcibly entered the residence of William Wilcox on Eccles Road on Oct. 9 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and stole lottery tickets, quarters and a nugget of gold. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Warren County Crime Stoppers.

Youngsville

DUI. A 17-year-old male was arrested by Youngsville Borough Police on Saturday, Sept. 29 at 11:15 p.m. Police said the driver was stopped for a traffic violation and during the stop it was determined he was intoxicated. He was charged with DUI and underage drinking. Three other subjects in the vehicle were taken into custody: Kenneth Medycki, 19, Robert Kreitzbender, 28, and another 17-year -old male. The two adults have been charged with corruption of minors and furnishing to minors. The 17-year-old passenger has been charged with drug possession, underage consumption and drug paraphernalia.

Propulsion of missiles onto a roadway. On Thursday, Oct. 3 at approximately 6:30 p.m., an adult female was struck in the head by a rock that was thrown from underneath the East Main Street Bridge. Police have identified two male juveniles who threw the rocks. The investigation continues.

Assault. On Tuesday, Oct. 1 at approximately 1 p.m., Youngsville Borough Police were called to respond to Youngsville Elementary/Middle School for an assault against a staff member. A known 12-year-old female student allegedly did physically harm a female teacher. Police said the staff member was left with a bite mark and bruises on her arms. Charges are being filed with juvenile probation.

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Conewango Twp.

Retail theft. Conewango Township Police were dispatched to Walmart on Oct. 1 at 7:03 p.m. for a reported retail theft. According to police, loss prevention officers stated Heather Caylor of Jamestown, N.Y., obtained a sweatshirt valued at $10.88 without paying full retail value to Walmart. Police said Caylor has been charged with one count summary retail theft. A non-traffic citation has been filed with District Justice Laura Bauer.

Freehold Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police said on Oct 2, Mickelle Hicks, 30, Bear Lake, was traveling north on Sherman Hill Road, failed to negotiate a left turn, partially left the roadway and struck a tree on the east side of the roadway. Hicks then traveled across the roadway and struck an embankment with the front end, causing her vehicle to roll over onto its driver’s side. Hicks was charged with careless driving, according to police.

Glade Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 5 at 2:30 p.m., an unknown driver backed his or her vehicle into a parked car in the Glade VFD Station 2 parking lot, before fleeing in an unknown direction.

Pine Grove Twp.

Criminal mischief. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 4 between 4:20 and 5:15 p.m. someone damaged a Warren man’s vehicle that had become disabled along Big Four Road, 1.4 miles north of Conewango Avenue. According to police, numerous quarter-panels had been kicked in, the roof was jumped on, a permanent marker was used to write on the vehicle, the driver’s side front window was smashed with a piece of concrete and objects were placed in the exhaust pipe. Anyone with information is asked to contact Warren based-state police or Warren County Crimestoppers.

Pittsfield Twp.

DUI. Warren-based state police said on Oct 2, Kyle Salva, 34, Youngsville, was traveling south on Cole Hill Road in his 1997 Toyota and drove off the east side of the roadway entering a ditch and striking an embankment with the right front corner of his vehicle. Police said Salva traveled along the ditch in a southern direction for approximately 50 feet, coming to a stop on its side facing south. Police said suspected drug paraphernalia was seized from Salva.

Pleasant Twp.

Criminal mischief. Warren-based state police report on Sept. 22 between 2:30 and 3 a.m., a group of unknown males ran over the traffic sign and stop sign at the intersection of Pleasant Drive and Fladry Lane. The males were in a light colored truck, described as a possible flatbed. Police said a darker colored pick-up truck with a loud exhaust system was also seen leaving the scene. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Warren County Crime Stoppers.

Spring Creek Twp.

Marijuana eradication. Warren-based state police said they received a report at 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 4 of marijuana plants growing near Old Route 77 in Spring Creek. Police said twenty-two marijuana plants were eradicated.

Warren County

Probation violation. On Oct. 4, officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department with the assistance from the Warren County Sheriff’s Department arrested Seneca Booth, 25, of Clymer, N.Y., on charges of violation of probation. Booth, who was originally placed on probation for retail theft, was taken into custody by probation officers on a supervisor’s warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

Probation violation. On Oct. 5, officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department with the assistance State Parole Agents, arrested Chantilly Thomas, 31, Sheffield, on charges of violation of probation. Thomas, who was originally placed on probation for forgery, was taken into custody by probation officers on a supervisor’s warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

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Conewango Twp.

Retail theft. Conewango Township Police were dispatched to Walmart on Oct. 1 at 7:03 p.m. for a reported retail theft. According to police, loss prevention officers stated Heather Caylor of Jamestown, N.Y., obtained a sweatshirt valued at $10.88 without paying full retail value to Walmart. Police said Caylor has been charged with one count summary retail theft. A non-traffic citation has been filed with District Justice Laura Bauer.

Freehold Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police said on Oct 2, Mickelle Hicks, 30, Bear Lake, was traveling north on Sherman Hill Road, failed to negotiate a left turn, partially left the roadway and struck a tree on the east side of the roadway. Hicks then traveled across the roadway and struck an embankment with the front end, causing her vehicle to roll over onto its driver’s side. Hicks was charged with careless driving, according to police.

Glade Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 5 at 2:30 p.m., an unknown driver backed his or her vehicle into a parked car in the Glade VFD Station 2 parking lot, before fleeing in an unknown direction.

Pine Grove Twp.

Criminal mischief. Warren-based state police report on Oct. 4 between 4:20 and 5:15 p.m. someone damaged a Warren man’s vehicle that had become disabled along Big Four Road, 1.4 miles north of Conewango Avenue. According to police, numerous quarter-panels had been kicked in, the roof was jumped on, a permanent marker was used to write on the vehicle, the driver’s side front window was smashed with a piece of concrete and objects were placed in the exhaust pipe. Anyone with information is asked to contact Warren based-state police or Warren County Crimestoppers.

Pittsfield Twp.

DUI. Warren-based state police said on Oct 2, Kyle Salva, 34, Youngsville, was traveling south on Cole Hill Road in his 1997 Toyota and drove off the east side of the roadway entering a ditch and striking an embankment with the right front corner of his vehicle. Police said Salva traveled along the ditch in a southern direction for approximately 50 feet, coming to a stop on its side facing south. Police said suspected drug paraphernalia was seized from Salva.

Pleasant Twp.

Criminal mischief. Warren-based state police report on Sept. 22 between 2:30 and 3 a.m., a group of unknown males ran over the traffic sign and stop sign at the intersection of Pleasant Drive and Fladry Lane. The males were in a light colored truck, described as a possible flatbed. Police said a darker colored pick-up truck with a loud exhaust system was also seen leaving the scene. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Warren County Crime Stoppers.

Spring Creek Twp.

Marijuana eradication. Warren-based state police said they received a report at 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 4 of marijuana plants growing near Old Route 77 in Spring Creek. Police said twenty-two marijuana plants were eradicated.

Warren County

Probation violation. On Oct. 4, officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department with the assistance from the Warren County Sheriff’s Department arrested Seneca Booth, 25, of Clymer, N.Y., on charges of violation of probation. Booth, who was originally placed on probation for retail theft, was taken into custody by probation officers on a supervisor’s warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

Probation violation. On Oct. 5, officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department with the assistance State Parole Agents, arrested Chantilly Thomas, 31, Sheffield, on charges of violation of probation. Thomas, who was originally placed on probation for forgery, was taken into custody by probation officers on a supervisor’s warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

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Pine Grove Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police report at 8:50 p.m. Sept. 29, Hannah Billstone, 21 of Russell, struck a bear crossing Valentine Run near Peterson Hollow Rd. After striking the bear, she was struck from behind by a motorcycle driven by Charles Sopkin, 66 of Russell. Sopkin was transported to Warren General Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries; Billstone was uninjured.

Tidioute

DUI arrest. At 2:45 a.m., Sept. 29, Warren-based state police stopped Steven Stehle, 53, of Tidioute, on Davy Hill Rd., after they reportedly observed him commit several traffic violations. Stehle was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for DUI, police said.

Triumph Twp.

Criminal Mischief. Warren-based state police report at 10:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 2, someone arrived at a Tidioute residence in a 1/4 ton pick-up truck with fog lights, exited the vehicle and struck the victim’s mailbox with a baseball bat. Damage was estimated at $30. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police in Warren at 728-3600 or Warren Co. Crime Stoppers at 1-800-83-CRIME.

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Warren

Arrest. Pennsylvania State Constables reported that on Oct. 1 at 1:15 p.m. they arrested James Falber, 39, Clarendon, on a bench warrant for six counts of failure to send children to school. The warrant was issued by District Justice Glenn Carlson. Falber was taken before District Justice Laura Bauer and was released after paying fines and costs.

Sex offender registration. Warren-based state police reported that on Oct. 1 at 8:56 a.m. an incident occurred as a result of a subject, a known 50-year-old male, S. Irvine St., Warren, who failed to update his permanent residence address as required by law. This incident is still under investigation.

Brokenstraw Twp.

Access device fraud. Warren-based state police reported that between Sept. 21 and Sept. 24 an unknown individual obtained the prepaid credit card account information for a known 50-year-old make, Irvine, and used the information to make approximately $2,267.64 in purchases in South America. The investigation continues.

Glade Twp.

Harassment. Warren-based state police reported that on Sept. 30 at 1 a.m. a known 17-year-old female juvenile, Warren, pushed and subjected a victim to physical contact during a scuffle at 108 Holly St., Apt. A5. A non-traffic citation was filed against the juvenile for harassment through District Justice Laura Bauer’s office.

Mead Twp.

Harassment. Warren-based state police reported that on Sept. 30 at 1:05 p.m. Richard Allan Carnegie, 41, Sheffield, followed a victim, a known 33-year-old female, for no legitimate purpose on US 6 from Tiona to the intersection with Route 59.

Clarendon

Arrest. Pennsylvania State Constables reported that on Oct. 1 at 11:30 a.m. they arrested Sonna M. Hankinson, 33, Clarendon, on two bench warrants for failure to pay traffic fines. Hankinson was arrested and taken before District Justice Laura Bauer and was released after paying fines and costs.

Sugar Grove

Simple assault. Warren-based state police reported that on Sept. 29 at 6:24 p.m. a known 24-year-old male from Ashville, N.Y., was informed by a known 23-year-old female from Jamestown, N.Y., that she was going to pick up their child after she was drinking. Police said the male got into the car with the female and reached in to take her keys so she would not be able to drive drunk. Police said the female then bit the male on the left shoulder blade., and the male pulled the female’s hair while trying to retrieve the keys. Police said the male was charged with harassment and the female was charged with simple assault and harassment.

Charges were filed through District Justice Laura Bauer’s office.

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Warren

Arrest. Pennsylvania State Constables reported that on Oct. 1 at 1:15 p.m. they arrested James Falber, 39, Clarendon, on a bench warrant for six counts of failure to send children to school. The warrant was issued by District Justice Glenn Carlson. Falber was taken before District Justice Laura Bauer and was released after paying fines and costs.

Sex offender registration. Warren-based state police reported that on Oct. 1 at 8:56 a.m. an incident occurred as a result of a subject, a known 50-year-old male, S. Irvine St., Warren, who failed to update his permanent residence address as required by law. This incident is still under investigation.

Brokenstraw Twp.

Access device fraud. Warren-based state police reported that between Sept. 21 and Sept. 24 an unknown individual obtained the prepaid credit card account information for a known 50-year-old make, Irvine, and used the information to make approximately $2,267.64 in purchases in South America. The investigation continues.

Glade Twp.

Harassment. Warren-based state police reported that on Sept. 30 at 1 a.m. a known 17-year-old female juvenile, Warren, pushed and subjected a victim to physical contact during a scuffle at 108 Holly St., Apt. A5. A non-traffic citation was filed against the juvenile for harassment through District Justice Laura Bauer’s office.

Mead Twp.

Harassment. Warren-based state police reported that on Sept. 30 at 1:05 p.m. Richard Allan Carnegie, 41, Sheffield, followed a victim, a known 33-year-old female, for no legitimate purpose on US 6 from Tiona to the intersection with Route 59.

Clarendon

Arrest. Pennsylvania State Constables reported that on Oct. 1 at 11:30 a.m. they arrested Sonna M. Hankinson, 33, Clarendon, on two bench warrants for failure to pay traffic fines. Hankinson was arrested and taken before District Justice Laura Bauer and was released after paying fines and costs.

Sugar Grove

Simple assault. Warren-based state police reported that on Sept. 29 at 6:24 p.m. a known 24-year-old male from Ashville, N.Y., was informed by a known 23-year-old female from Jamestown, N.Y., that she was going to pick up their child after she was drinking. Police said the male got into the car with the female and reached in to take her keys so she would not be able to drive drunk. Police said the female then bit the male on the left shoulder blade., and the male pulled the female’s hair while trying to retrieve the keys. Police said the male was charged with harassment and the female was charged with simple assault and harassment. Charges were filed through District Justice Laura Bauer’s office.

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Warren

Probation Violation. On Sept 27, officers of the Warren County Adult Department, with assistance from the Warren City Police Department, arrested Renee Lynn Steele, 19, Clarendon, on charges of violation of probation. Steele, who was originally placed on probation on the charges Disorderly Conduct and of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, was taken into custody by probation officers on a Supervisor’s Warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action. During the arrest, drug paraphernalia was discovered in Steele’s possession, and officers from the Warren City Police Department advised probation officers that additional charges would be filed.

Conewango Twp.

Criminal Mischief. Conewango Township Police said on Sept. 28 an unknown vehicle backed into a decorative rock wall surrounding a flower bed at 14 River Road, Warren, causing damage to the rock wall. Anyone with information please contact the Conewango Township Police Department.

Watson Twp.

Theft. Pennsylvania State Police said between Sept 23-25, someone stole several oil pump weights, belonging to Sylvan Energy, from a lease road off of Hearts Content Rd. The weights are approx 2 feet by 1 1/2 feet, rectangular in shape, and orange in color. Anyone with information contact state police or PA Crime Stoppers.

Pine Grove Twp.

Terroristic Threats/Simple Assault/Harassment. Warren State Police said on Sept 8, on Cable Hollow Road, a known male and female, both of Russell became involved in a domestic dispute that turned physical. Charges were filed against the unnamed accused for Terroristic Threats, Simple Assault, and Harassment through MDJ Bauer’s Office, according to police.

Youngsville.

Simple Assault/Domestic. Josh Anderson, 33, Youngsville, has been charged with Simple Assault and Harassment. On Sept. 27, the Youngsville Police were called to a domestic at his residence on East Main Street, and through further investigation, found Anderson to be the offender in the physical altercation. The victim was observed with lacerations on her forehead. Anderson has been jailed on $25,000 unrestricted bail, while he awaits his preliminary court hearing.