On The Record
Charged. According to City of Warren Police, Dakota Griffin, 18, Warren, was charged with false reports to law enforcement following an investigation into a hit and run accident on Sept. 9.
Charged. According to City of Warren Police, Scott Ecklund, 50, Warren, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on Sept. 1.
Cited. According to City of Warren Police, Jacoby Passmore, 21, Clarendon, was cited for careless driving following a two-vehicle accident Sept. 4 at Jackson Avenue and Branch Street.
Theft. According to City of Warren Police, Melissa Kump, 45, Warren, was charged with theft by deception, and bad checks on Sept. 6 following a report by a local business that had received checks totaling $111.95.
Cited. According to City of Warren Police, William McKee IV, 47, Warren, was cited for accident damage to unattended vehicle, and a headlight violation following a hit and run accident on Sept. 7.
Harassment. According to City of Warren Police, Christian Vail, 24, Warren, was cited for harassment on Sept 9 after officers responded to a domestic dispute.
Assault. According to City of Warren Police, Jason Miree, 38, Warren, was charged with strangulation, and simple assault on Sept. 11 after officers responded to a domestic dispute.
Cited. Joseph Acevedo, 29, and Samantha Stroup, 34, both of Warren, were cited for harassment on Sept. 11 after officers responded to a domestic dispute.
Crash. The driver of a business van involved in a three-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon in Pleasant Township has been cited for a left turn violation. Pennsylvania State Police said Travus Kibbey, 32, of Sheffield, was making a left turn onto Crescent Park from the east-bound lane of Route 6. Police said Kibbey turned into the path of a car driven by Barb Lucia, 69, of Warren, who could not stop her vehicle in time to avoid a collision. The impact caused Kibbey’s vehicle to strike a tractor trailer driven by Michael Coomer, 50, of Imlay, Mich. No one was reported as injured in the crash.
Underage driving. Pennsylvania State Police have charged a 14-year-old Sheffield boy with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. According to police, the boy was driving a car that was pulled over at 2:14 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 2, on Route 6 in Sheffield, for several traffic violations. Police said there were six passengers in the vehicle, a Nissan Maxima. Charges were filed in juvenile court.