False reports. Warren City Police reported that a criminal complaint was filed today charging Mark A. Markovich, Warren, after he reported his 2008 Ford Taurus stolen on July 10 at 11:58 p.m. State polcice had located the vehicle near Jackson Avenue at the intersection with Irvinedale Road where Markovich had crashed it into a ditch, police said.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a one vehicle crash on Route 62 on June 12 at 2:55 p.m. A 2012 Toyota Prius, driven by Robert Fry, 72, Kennerdell, Pa., was traveling south on 62 and, for an unknown reason, traveled across the northbound lane and then off the east side of the roadway. The vehicle struck the end of a guiderail and then traveled through a yard before striking some large rocks on the edge of a small creek before overturning and settling on all four wheels. The vehicle proceeded to strike a small tree before coming to final rest. Fry's passenger, Kathleen Fry, was transported to UPMC Hamot by medical helicopter for treatment of her injuries. The driver had minor injuries and refused medical treatment. Police were assisted on scene by EmergyCare ambulance and Tidioute and East Hickory Volunteer Fire Departments.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a one-vehicle crash on July 3 at 8 a.m. on Route 6, 300 feet west of School Street. Police said a 2009 Freightliner truck driven by Justin D. Wineland, Altoona, was traveling west on 6 before it drifted off the roadway onto the north berm, traveling approximately 135 feet in a northwesterly diection prior to striking a traffic sign with its front bumper. The vehicle's rear end rotated counter-clockwise while traveling in a northwestern direction for approximately 90 feet as it dropped down a slight embankment, turning onto its right side. The vehicle then traveled approximately 85 feet as it rolled, striking a traffic sign. The vehicle went an additional 30 feet prior to coming to rest on its right side, facing south. The truck overturned onto its right side two times prior to coming to rest. While the vehicle was rolling, Wineland was ejected from the vehicle. His cargo, comprised of food items, had dispersed in front and behind of the vehicle's path for approximately 50 feet in both directions. Wineland was transported to Warren General Hospital by Clarendon Volunteer Fire Department ambulance with moderate injuries, according to police.