Receiving stolen property. Warren City police said a juvenile allegation was filed Tuesday charging a 14-year-old male after he was found in possession of a stolen bicycle on May 10. Police said the juvenile tried to dispose of the bicycle, which had been stolen from Warren-Beaty Middle School on May 9, by throwing it in the Conewango Creek.
Cited. Warren City police said Phillip Spencer Jr., Warren, was charged with defiant trespass and public drunkenness at 9:07 p.m. May 21 after he climbed on top of the west side trestle.
Charged. Warren City police said David Jenkins III, Warren, and Jacqueline Zaner, Clarendon, were both cited for disorderly conduct at 8:11 p.m. May 20 after officers were dispatched to W. Fifth Ave. and Water Street for a domestic dispute.
Arrested. Pennsylvania State constables arrested Beth Anne Mortland, 49, 21 Chapman Road, at 10 a.m. May 22 on a bench warrant issued issued by District Justice Glenn Carlson for a bad checks charge. Mortland was taken before Carlson then released pending further court action.
Charged. Warren-based state police said they charged a 15-year-old male juvenile with theft by unlawful taking or disposition for an incident that occurred between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. May 9. Police said the juvenile had stolen a bicycle, valued at $25, from the Holly Street residence of a 45-year-old male.
Theft. Warren-based State Police reported that between April 30 and May 21, someone entered a came belonging to John Tatara, located along Mohawk Ave. The suspects gained access by breaking the front window, searched through the camp, taking an unknown amount of silverware and a flour canister. Anyone with information is asked to contact the State Police or the Warren County Crime Stoppers.
Crash. Warren-based State Police responded to a one vehicle accident on Railroad Street in Mead Township on May 16 at 11:05 p.m. A 1999 Subaru Legacy driven by Joshua Tudor, Warren, was traveling east on Chapman Dam Road when he swerved to miss a deer in the roadway. The vehicle slid approximately 100 feet and crossed into the opposing lane of traffic. The vehicle went off the right side of the roadway and struck the dirt embankment, rolled onto its side and came to rest on it's driver side. Tudor was wearing his seat belt and was transported to Warren General Hospital by private vehicle for treatment of minor injuries. State Police assisted at the scene were assisted by Clarendon VFD. Police cited Tudor for driving too fast for conditions.
Theft. Joseph Gurdak, Spring Creek, reported to Warren-based state police that between 2 p.m. May 21 and 10 a.m. May 22 someone stole his 2012 red Polaris 400cc Ranger ATV, valued at $10,000, from a site on Forestry Road 256. According to police, the thief had to cut a chain securing the ATV in order to take it. The ATV has a windshield, roll cage and black plastic top. Police said in light of several recent ATV thefts, Warren County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information leading to an arrest. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers.
Theft. Warren-based State Police reported that a burglary occurred at a camp on Youngsville Road between February 23 and May 19 belonging to Vicki Wnek, John Dillard, Raymond Fike and Gerald Bish. Three ATV's, custom rims and tires for ATV's, an air compressor, riding equipment and several Winchester knives stolen from the camp. Anyone with information is asked to contact the State Police or the Warren County Crime Stoppers.
Crash. Warren-based State Police responded to a one vehicle accident on Catlin Hill Road just west of West Mill Street on May 21 at 11:50 p.m. A 2004 Honda CRV driven by Robert Kinne, Panama, NY, was traveling west on Catlin Hill Road when he crossed both lanes of travel, dropping off the left shoulder of the road, and struck a utility pole prior to rolling to the passenger side and coming to rest on the roof. Kinne was treated on scene by Sugar Grove EMS for critical injuries to the head and chest, prior to being flown to UPMC Hamot for further evaluation. It was subsequently determined that Kinne was operating the vehicle while under the influence of alcoholic beverages. Charges are to be filed with District Justice Laura Bauer. The vehicle received disabling damage and was towed from the scene by Bob's Towing. Kinne was not wearing his seat belt.