On The Record


Drug possession. City of Warren police report John Leichtenberger, 25, of Clarendon was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia on Feb. 1 after officers responded to a report of an unwanted subject refusing to leave a residence.

Hit and run. David Tremblay Jr., 45, of Warren was charged by City of Warren police with accident involving damage to attended vehicle, duties at a stop sign, failure to stop and render aid, failure to notify police of accident, careless driving, operating a vehicle without insurance, operating a vehicle without inspection, driving while license is suspended and driving an unregistered vehicle on Feb. 7 following an investigation into a hit and run crash that occurred on Feb. 2 at the intersection of Pennsylvania Ave. and East St.

Harassment. City of Warren police report Keith Ludwig, 29, of Warren was cited for disorderly conduct and harassment on Feb. 5 after officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute.

Bad checks. City of Warren police report Heather Snyder, 29, of Sheffield was cited for bad checks after a check in the amount of $42.95 was returned to a local retailer for non-sufficient funds on Feb. 5.

Traffic violation. Syngyn Swartz, 21, of Warren was cited by City of Warren police for driving without a license following a traffic accident that occurred on Feb. 5 on Canton Street.

Harassment. City of Warren police report a 12-year-old juvenile was cited for harassment on Feb. 8 following an investigation of unwanted contact.

Warren County

Weapons charges. The Warren County Sheriff’s office reports Hunter Collin Houser, 23, of Clarendon was arrested on Feb. 8 in Sheffield. Houser was charged with firearms not to be carried without a license, prohibited offensive weapons and recklessly endangering another person. He was committed to the Warren County jail in lieu of $10,000 secured bail.


Crash. At approximately 2:29pm, Wed. Feb. 6, driver Angelica Braswell, 23 of West Hickory, attempted to make a left turn out of the Country Fair in Youngsville. Braswell allegedly failed to negotiate the turn safely, driving directly in front of driver Thomas Uber, 55 of Warren. Uber was allegedly unable to stop his vehicle, striking Braswell. Braswell and her two-year-old male passenger were both transported to Warren General Hospital for suspected minor injuries. Braswell’s 2010 Honda Pilot was towed from the scene. Uber sustained no reported injuries and drove his 2000 Freightliner away from the scene.