Disorderly conduct. Corry-based state police reported that on July 12 at 10:30 p.m. a 13 year old male and a 14 year old male, both from Columbus, intentionally exposed their buttocks while standing along West Main Street in Columbus, facing oncoming traffic. The juveniles were cited for disorderly conduct.
Crash. Corry-based state police responded to a one vehicle accident on Turnpike Cemetery Road, south of Stillwater Road, on July 14 at 6:20 a.m. A 2001 Ford F-150 driven by Deric A. Larson, Russell, was traveling south on Turnpike Cemetery Road at a higher rate of speed. Larson lost control of the vehicle, causing it to rotate 180 degrees. When Larson crested a hill, he attempted to avoid two female pedestrians, both minors, but was unable to do so and struck one of the females. The vehicle continued south on Turnpike Cemetery Road and Larson was able to regain control of the vehicle at which time he returned to the scene. Larson was not injured but one of the pedestrians was moderately injured according to police. Bear Lake VFD assisted at the scene. Charges will be filed with District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth's office.
DUI crash. Corry-based state police responded to a one vehicle accident on Route 6, west of 958, on July 12 at approximately 8 p.m. A 2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, driven by James Pierce, Warren, was traveling east when he lost control of his vehicle, traveling off the left side of the roadway. Pierce proceeded to travel over an embankment and through a bar wired fence before driving through a cow pasture for approximately 200 feet during which time the vehicle overturned an unknown number of times. The vehicle came to rest facing west on its wheels. Pierce was transported to UPMC Hamor for treatment of his injuries by Corry EMS. He was weating his seatbelt. The vehicle was severely damaged. Leroy's Towing, Wrightsville VFD and Bear Lake VFD assisted at the scene. Pierce will face charges through District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth's office.
Theft of services. Warre-based state police reported that, during the course of an unrelated investigation by City of Warren police, Brandy Bose, Warren, was found asleep in a room at the Budget Lodge, Clarendon, along with several bags she identified as her own. The room was being paid for by another individuals who was staying at the business. Bose was issued a citation for theft of services for the unauthorized stay in the room.
Harassment. Warren-based state police reported that on July 11 at 940 p.m. a known 50 year old male subjected a known 43 year old female to physical contact at a Wilderness Park residence. A charge of harassment will be filed through District Justice Laura Bauer's office.