Underage drinking. A parent brought a 17-year-old male to Warren-based state police's station after finding him to be highly intoxicated at 10 p.m. Feb. 4. According to police, the juvenile was cited for underage drinking and was released back to the parent.
Crash. Conewango Township police responded to a motor vehicle accident at 1:07 p.m. Feb. 2. According to police, Heather J. Honey-Barrett, 1121 Pennsylvania Ave. W., said she was traveling east on Jackson Run Road and stopped for a stop light . Police reported Honey-Barrett believed traffic was stopped for the traffic light and when she turned south onto Rt. 62 she struck a vehicle driven by Peter Swoger. According to police, Swoger stated he was traveling south on Rt. 62 when Honey-Barrett turned south onto Rt. 62. Police said Swoger claimed he attempted to swerve to miss the vehicle, but was unable to avoid the collision. Police stated the passenger in Swoger's vehicle was transported to Warren General Hospital for minor injuries. Police reported Honey-Barrett was charged with a traffic citation for traffic control signals.
Home invasion. Two male victims, 20 and 27, reported to Warren-based state police they were traveling on the West Road at 12:40 a.m. Feb. 5 when they came across a gathering. Police stated as they were driving through the gathering of several people a male allegedly "jumped" onto the hood of the victims' vehicle. According to police, several items were then thrown at the victims' vehicle as they drove away. Police said the victims subsequently sideswiped one or more cars before driving back to their residence. Police reported once they were back at their residence, several individuals from the gathering showed up and damaged the victims' car, smashing out the windshield and driver's side window. According to police, more people showed up at the victims' house and subsequently physically assaulted them both. Police stated they both received injuries and refused medical treatment. Police said several people at the gathering told them that the victims drove carelessly through the gathering and actually hit one male with their vehicle. Police said it appeared to witnesses the victims were actually driving erratically and caused damage to two or more vehicles that were parked along the road. According to police, no arrests have been made yet and charges are pending further interviews. Police ask attendees of the gathering and other witnesses to call them at 728-3600.
Persons with information that can assist police may call local police agencies directly or, if confidentiality is desired, may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-83-CRIME
DUI. Warren-based state police reported John S. Urbank, 50, Pittsfield, was stopped after being observed committing several traffic violations while traveling west on Rt. 6. at 9:05 p.m. Feb. 3. Police stated Urbank was found to be intoxicated and was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI.
Crash. Warren-based state police reported Amie L. Griffith, 28, Jamestown, N.Y., was driving a 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis LS southbound on Rt. 69 at noon on Feb. 3. According to police, Griffith was stopped at the stop sign, then proceeded into the intersection, heading south towards Wilson St., without clearance after the stop. Police said Griffith crossed directly into the path of Cassandra M. Brigham, 34, Columbus, driving a 2003 Chevrolet Trail Blazer, striking it in the front end. Police stated both vehicles were towed from the scene, and Griffith was charged with stop signs and yield signs.