Theft. Warren City police reported that at approximately 4 p.m. on March 16 Angela Reagle, Warren, reported that her son's bicycle was stolen. Reagle said that someone stole the bike that day from the front of the house. The bicycle is a 20-inch boys SE Wildman X-Pert, BMX, blue and red color with serial number ICSE10H01828. The bike's value is approximately $400.
Resisting arrest. Warren City police reported that Stephen P. Bashaw, Warren, was taken into custody and charged at 9:56 a.m. on March 17 after an officer was dispatched to Thorne's BiLo where Bashaw had carried merchandise valued at $3.72 out of the store without paying for it. Police said Bashaw caused a disturbance inside the store by resisting officers and had to be carried out. Police said Bashaw was taken before District Justice Laura Bauer by the Pennsylvania State Constables and placed in the Warren County Jail.
Criminal mischief. Warren City police reported that a criminal complaint was filed charging Troy A. Dew, Pittsfield, after he did damage in the amount of $1,145 to an apartment he was renting on Buchanan Street and stole a step ladder while moving out on Feb. 20. Police said he was also charged with theft.
Possession. Warren City police reported that a criminal complaint was filed charging Kyle P. Brown, Warren, after officers were dispatched to his residence at 1:45 p.m. on March 13 because the building owner had found marijuana when he entered the apartment. Police said a search warrant was obtained and drugs and paraphernalia were seized.
Harassment. Warren City police said they cited Harry S. Snyder after he made a threatening statement to his ex-wife at 2:36 p.m. on March 16 on Water Street.
Public drunkenness. Warren City police said they cited Teresa K. Spencer, Warren, after she was found under the influence of alcohol to the degree that she fell down several times on Locust Street.
Simple assault. Warren City police said Christopher J. Fletcher, Youngsville, was taken into custody on Sunday by Warren-based state police and Pennsylvania State Constables on a warrant and placed in the Warren County Jail. Police said at 3 a.m. on March 15 Fletcher became involved in a physical altercation with a known female in the Warren General Hospital parking lot. Police said Fletcher struck the victim with a close fist, causing a fractured orbital socket. He has also been charged with recklessly endangering another person.
Fleeing and eluding. Warren-based state police reported that Adam Vincent, Tidioute, fled from members of the Warren County DUI Task Force after he failed to stop for a traffic stop in Youngsville on March 16. Police said Vincent fled in his vehicle down W. Main Street traveling eastbound and then turned onto Highland Avenue, traveling east. He then traveled onto Indian Camp Road where he lost control of his 1999 Ford F-150 pickup, striking several trees. Vincent was transported to Warren General Hospital and then transported to Hamot Medical Center in Erie. Police said he is being charged with felony fleeing and eluding and DUI in addition to several summary offenses. Members of the Warren County DUI Task Force and Youngsville volunteer firefighters assisted at the scene.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a one-vehicle crash at 3:10 p.m. on March 18 on Indian Camp Road, approximately a half mile north of Hull Hill Road. According to police, Andrew Peate, Youngsville, lost control of his 2003 Pontiac Bonneville on the dirt portion of the road and started to slide counterclockwise. Peate counter-steered and the vehicle began to slide clockwise. The vehicle then struck an embankment and went airborne before rolling over. The vehicle came to rest facing southeast on the northbound berm. Police said Peate was ejected from the vehicle and was not wearing his seatbelt. He was transported by helicopter to Hamot Medical Center in Erie. Two passengers were in the vehicle. A passenger in the front seat was not wearing his seatbelt and was taken to Warren General Hospital for treatment of injuries. A passenger in the back seat was wearing his seatbelt and was taken to Warren General Hospital for precautionary measures. Police were assisted at the scene by Youngsville volunteer firefighters and an EmergyCare ambulance crew.
Attempted burglary. Conewango Township police reported that someone took two flag sticks and attempted to break into the golf cart clubhouse at Conewango Valley Country Club. A club employee told police that it happened between 9 p.m. March 17 and 6 p.m. March 18. Anyone with information is asked to contact the township police or Warren County Crime Stoppers.
Defiant trespass. Conewango Township police reported that Amy Sue Lewis was seen on the Wal-Mart property at 3:52 p.m. on March 17 after being issued a trespass order for past conduct. Police said Wal-Mart's Loss Prevention personnel advised her that she was not permitted on the property. Lewis is being charged with one count summary defiant trespass and charges have been filed with District Justice Laura Bauer.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a crash on Route 69, west of Scranton Hollow Road, at 1:25 a.m. Monday. According to police, Josh D. Stallings, Warren, was eastbound on Jackson Run Road in a 2002 Dodge Dakota and lost control while negotiating a sharp right curve. Police said the car hit the left guard rail, a small tree and a concrete culvert prior to re-entering the roadway. His vehicle then crossed both lanes of traffic, dropped off the road into the right shoulder ditch and traveled approximately 145 feet before coming to rest. Police said Stallings received critical injuries as a result of being partially ejected through the passenger side window. He was treated on the scene by Lander and Sugar Grove EMS before being flown to Hamot Medical Center, Erie, for further treatment. The vehicle was towed from the scene. Police said it was subsequently determined that Stallings was driving while under the influence of alcoholic beverages. Police said charges will be filed with District Justice Laura Bauer's office.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a one-vehicle crash on Hatch Run Road at 3:37 p.m. on March 16. According to police, Virgil Carlson, Warren, was eastbound in a 2004 Buick LaSabre when he fell asleep at the wheel. The vehicle traveled off the east berm where the left side of the vehicle hit a mail box belonging to Karen Jobkowski. The vehicle then traveled several feet and came to rest on its roof with the front of the vehicle facing east. Glade and North Warren volunteer firefighters assisted at the scene. The vehicle was towed from the scene. Carlson and his passenger, Donna Carlson, were transported for treatment. Police said the driver was charged with roadways laned for traffic.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a one-vehicle crash on Route 27 near Hosmer Run Road in Garland at 2 a.m. on March 18. According to police, Gizelle Carnahan, Pittsfield, crashed her vehicle at that location. Police said Carnahan was found to be under the influence of alcohol. She was transported to Corry Memorial Hospital with moderate injuries. Police said she was charged with DUI through District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth office.