Harassment. City of Warren police reported that Jeremei L. Banks, 28, of Clarendon, was issued a non-traffic citation Tuesday after he admitted to putting a dead opossum on the doorstep of a known female in an attempt at humor.
Theft of a motor vehicle. According to Corry-based state police, sometime between noon and 5 p.m. on Tuesday someone took a gray 1993 Dodge Dynasty belonging to Randy L. Eck, 45, from his driveway at 215 Cottage Park Ln. while he was away. An investigation is ongoing.
Criminal mischief. Conewango Township police reported that sometime between 10:30 and 11 p.m. Tuesday, someone struck and dented the hood of a 1995 Mercury Villager belonging to Anita Zimmer as it was parked at her residence at 857 Benjamin Ln. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Conewango Township police department.
Reckless driving. Conewango Township police reported that at 6:21 a.m. Wednesday, Kevin Anderson, Russell, was driving south in the right lane on Market St. following a school bus when, shortly after passing the Follet Run Rd., a Ford F-150 driven by Richard Wilson of 4456 Miller Hill Rd., Russell, swerved from the southbound left lane into the right lane, forcing Anderson to swerve off of the roadway to avoid a collision. According to police, after Anderson regained control, he passed both Wilson and the school bus and returned to the right lane. Police said that Wilson then passed the schoolbus and Anderson before swerving in front of Anderson again and slamming on his brakes. Anderson called 911 to report Wilson, police said, and Wilson was subsequently charged with reckless driving.
Harassment. Warren-based state police reported citing a 30-year-old female and a 28-year-old male at 12:30 a.m. Sunday for harassment following a domestic dispute at Center St.