Accident. Warren-based state police responded at 2:20 p.m. on Jan. 20 to a one-vehicle accident on Route 6, just west of Route 62. Police said the accident occurred as Jean A. Johnson, 70, Pittsfield, was traveling west in the left lane of Route 6 as she attempted to negotiate a right hand curve in the roadway when she traveled over a section of slush on the roadway causing her to lose control of her vehicle. Johnson's vehicle traveled across the roadway into the right lane and then traveled 45 feet off the berm striking an embankment. After impact the vehicle traveled 63 feet along the embankment then rolled over onto it's roof. Police said Johnson, who was wearing her seatbelt, sustained moderate injuries and was transported to the hospital for treatment.
Possession. At 10:15 p.m. on Tuesday Conewango Twp. police assisted the Warren County Adult Probation Dept. with a probation check at the residence of Zachary Buck Miller, 215 N. State St., Warren. During the search probation officers obtained a known pill and five items of drug paraphernalia. When police met with Miller, he stated that the items were in his possession. Probation officers took Miller to the Warren County Jail on a probation violation. Police are charging Miller with one count felony possession of a controlled substance and five counts misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. All charges were filed through District Justice Laura Bauer pending further court action.
Retail theft. Police were notified by Wal-Mart Loss Prevention at 3:37 p.m. on Wednesday that two females took $9.83 worth of merchandise and left the store in a vehicle with a known New York registration. During an investigation police found the vehicle that was used to drive away. Police met with the owner of the vehicle, Katelun E. Stocum, Jamestown, NY., and passenger Jessica Dyke, Russell, at their place of work. Police charged both with one count summary retail theft. A non-traffic citation has been filed with District Justice Laura Bauer on both females.
Accident. Warren-based state police responded to a one-vehicle accident at 4:25 a.m. on Jan. 15 on Jackson Run Rd. Police said the accident occurred as an individual was travelling east on Jackson Run Rd. when they lost control of their vehicle and traveled off the east berm of the roadway. The vehicle made an initial impact with a green metal mailbox belonging to Steve John Flasher. The vehicle continued to travel east along the embankment when it struck another mailbox belonging to Chris Cruzado. After the second impact the vehicle continued along the embankment where it struck the front corner of a legally parked green Impala belonging to Cruzado. After the vehicle came to its final rest, the individual fled the scene in an easterly direction.
Accident. Warren-based state police responded at 10 a.m. on Tuesday to an accident involving a vehicle and a pedestrian on Route 6 at the Glade Bridge. Police said the accident occurred as Robert J. Gerardi, 83, Warren, was traveling west on Route 6 and was turning onto the Glade Bridge as he struck pedestrian, Colin Shine, 51, Tiona. Shine was working for PennDot directing traffic at the time of the accident. Gerardi continued traveling east and left the scene without providing his information. Police located Gerardi's vehicle a short distance from the accident. Police reported that neither Shine or Gerardi sustained injuries. Police are charging Gerardi with careless driving.
Disorderly conduct. Police issued citations to David A Morse, Warren and John F. Crowl, Warren at 11:17 p.m. on Wednesday after officers were dispatched to 229 Pennsylvania Ave. W. Apt. 1 for a loud music complaint.
Criminal mischief. Police issued a citation to Jack D. Larson, Warren, after he struck and knocked down a post and a mail box on Center St at 2:09 a.m. on Thursday. Police said Larson failed to notify the owner.
Arrest. Police arrested Michael D. Knight, 26, Red Carpet Inn, at 5 p.m on Wednesday after officers were dispatched to the rear parking lot of PNC Bank for a possible fight. After an investigation, police are charging Knight with two counts of terroristic threats, two counts of disorderly conduct and two counts of harassment. Knight was taken before District Justice Laura Bauer and placed in the Warren County Jail on $15,000 bail.