Trespass. Conewango Township police charged Heather Smith, 409 Laurel St., Warren, with defiant trespass. Police said Smith entered WalMart, North Warren, at 4:46 p.m. Sunday after being issued a notice of trespass order from Loss Prevention.
Retail theft. Conewango Township police responded to WalMart at 3:05 p.m. Feb. 2 for a reported theft. According to police, Loss Prevention personnel said Faye M. Williams, 109 Oak St., concealed $52.69 worth of merchandise without paying. Police have charged Williams with retail theft through District Justice Laura Bauer's office.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a motor vehicle accident on East Fifth Ave. at 2:35 p.m. Wednesday. Police said Katie L. Owen, 23, Russell, was westbound in a 1999 Ford Ranger when she attempted to negotiate a left curve. Owen lost control and traveled off the south berm striking a ditch, traveling 51 feet before coming to rest facing east.
Found property. Warren-based state police said PennDOT workers found a red and black Huffy bike along Rt. 6, near the former Mineral Well Restaurant. The owner has 90 days to claim the item;.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a motor vehicle accident on Rt. 6 at the intersection with Dalrymple Street at 1:40 a.m. Feb. 3. Police said Mitchell J. West, 33, Youngsville, was operating an 2004 Chysler 300 eastbound when he was distracted due to texting. West traveled off the eastbound berm where the front of the Chysler hit a road sign. West's vehicle continued east where the right front struck a utility pole then rolled over across a small road connecting Dalrymple and Rt. 6. The Chrysler continued rolling east for 20 yards where it came to rest in the grass between Dalrymple and Rt. 6 on its roof facing north. Police said prior to their West fled the scene on foot. West has been charged with DUI and reckless driving through District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth's office.
Scattering rubbish. Warren-based state police responded to 1430 Oil Creek Rd., where Paul Messenger, 63, reported an incident of rubbish being scattered on his property. Police said somone between 10 p.m. Monday and 12:45 p.m. Tuesday left unwanted refuse on Messenger's property.
Car fire. Warren-based state police responded to a motor vehicle accident on Rt. 27 just north of Enterprise Road at 2:45 p.m. Monday. Police said Michael A. Guzzi, 40, Pleasantville, was operating a 1995 Chevrolet Blazer north and uphill when his engine compartment caught fire. Guzzi pulled off the roadway into a pull-off along the west berm where he observed smoke and fire under the hood near the firewall.
Hit-and-run. Youngsville Borough police said they are investigating a hit-and-run accident that occured possibly on Monday, Feb. 6 between 8 and 9:30 p.m. Police said an unknown tractor trailer, possibly white in color with a flat-bed, caused damage to a lawn on High Street, striking a fire hydrant and causing damage to a lawn on 5th Street. Anyone with information is asked to call the borough police at 563-7555.