Theft by deception. Warren City Police reported that a criminal complaint was filed on June 18 charging Faye E. Scott, Warren, afer she allegedly filled a prescription issued to her son, then contacted the issuing doctor and reported that the prescription had been lost. She obtained a replacement prescription and attempted to fill it again. She has been charge with theft by deception - false impression.
Disorderly conduct. Warren City Police reported that Jay R. Peck, no known address, was taken into custody on June 17 at 5:58 p.m. after officers were dispatched to a local tavern where Peck had been kicked out of a bar and was causing a disturbance on the street. Police said that Peck kicked an officer in the leg and dug his finegernails into another officer's arm while they were attempting to restrain him. He threatened another officer. Peck has been charged with disorderly conduct, public drunkrnness, aggraveted assault, terroristic threats and resisting arrest.
Harassment. Warren-based state police reported than a known male and a known female, both from Erie, were involved in a domestic dispute at a location along Chapman Dam Road on June 17. They subjected each other to physical contact and were both charged with harassment. Charges have been filed with Distrct Justice Glenn Carlson.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a one vehicle crash on Route 62 in Limestone Township on June 18 at 2:20 p.m. A 2006 Honda CR-V, driven by Dennis H. Rock, Youngsville, was traveling north on Route 62. While trying to negotiate a right hand curve, Hook's vehicle crossed the center line into the south lane of traffic before leaving the roadway and striking two seperate mail boxes. Rock's vehicle traveled an additional 100 feet, coming to final rest after striking a tree. The vehicle suffered disabling damage and was towed from the scene by Bob's Garage. Rock was transported to Warren General Hospital by Tidioute EMS and was treated for minor scratches and lacerations. Police charged Rock with driving on roadways laned for traffic.
Pine Grove Twp.
Bad check. Warren-based state police reported that a known male paid for bingo on April 10 at the Russell Volunteer Fire Department with a $100 check that was not valid. Russell VFD attempted to contact the suspect without success and reported the incident to the state police. The investigation continues.
Harassment. Warren-based state police reported that Ronald Hannah, Tidioute, and Ty Hillard, Titusville, were engaged in a verbal altercation which turned physical on June 17 at 3:15 p.m. in the area of Tidioute Creek Road. Police said that both individuals struck each other with a closed fist and that minor injuries resulted from the incident. Harassment charges are pending against both individuals with District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth.
Sugar Grove Twp.
DUI crash. Warren-based state police responded to a one vehicle accident on Jackson Run Road, just north of Route 27, on June 17 at 6 p.m. A 1991 Toyota Tacoma truck driven by Gary Lee O'Donnell, Sugar Grove, was traveling south on Jackson Run Road at an apparent high rate of speed. While attempting to negotiate a left hand turn, O'Donnell's vehicle left the west edge of the roadwhere where he then overcorrected, losing control. The vehicle then traveled over an embankment, striking a tree which caused the vehicle to become airborne and roll approximately 1.5 times before coming to rest on its roof, engaged with a large tree. EmergyCare paramedics were traveling behind O'Donnell at the time of the accident and immediately extricated him from the vehicle and provided treatment. O'Donnell was then flown to UPMC Hamor for further treatment. O'Donnell was not wearing his seatbelt. Police also said that alcohol and a high rate of speed were factors in the crash. The investigation is ongoing with charges of DUI in addition to several traffic violations pending through District Justice Laura Bauer's office. State police were assisted at the scene by EmergyCare, Youngsville VFD, Lander VFD, Sugar Grove VFD and Bob's Garage.
Criminal Mischief. Wawrren-based state police reported that someone threw a brick at a plywood sign belonging to Tricia L. Donnell, Sugar Grove, which was located in front of her residence, on June 16 or 17. Minimal damage was done to the sign.