Scam. Conewango Township police said a township resident reported receiving an email on Oct. 26 that requested money. Police said the email detailed a story of someone on vacation who had been robbed and contained a promise to refund any money borrowed for assistance. Police warn residents to not fall victim to these deceptive activities.
Lost property. Conewango Township police said a man reported losing his black wallet while at Warren Mall at 4:20 p.m. Oct. 26. Anyone with information is asked to contact the township police at 726-0725.
Defiant trespass. Conewango Township police said they charged Taj Brown, 18, Clarendon, with defiant trespass at 4:20 p.m. Oct. 25 at Walmart. According to police, Brown had previously been given notice of trespass and was in the store. Police said the citation has been filed with District Justice Laura Bauer's office.
Accident. Conewango Township police responded to a one-vehicle accident at 11:25 p.m. Oct. 26 on Jackson Run Road, east of Miller Hill Road. According to police, Scott Havelka, 48, West Mifflin, Pa., was southbound on Jackson Run Road and lost control of his 2004 GMC Sierra, traveled off the west berm and into a ditch. Police said Havelka, who was transported to Warren General Hospital with a minor injury, was cited with careless driving. Assisting at the scene were North Warren volunteer firefighters and Emergycare personnel.
Accident. Conewango Township police responded to a one-vehicle accident at 3:50 p.m. Oct. 26 on Jackson Run Road, three-tenths of a mile east of Creamery Road. According to police, Louis Vizza Jr., 60, Warren, was eastbound on Jackson Run Road when his vehicle veered off the road and struck a mailbox. Police said Vizza's 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt continued along the berm for a short distance before reentering the roadway, then traveled a quarter mile before stopping. Police said Vizza, who suffered a minor injury and denied medical attention, was charged with leaving roadways laned for traffic.
Accident. Warren-based state police responded to a two-vehicle accident at 8:25 p.m. oct. 26 on Jackson Run Road, a half time west of Creamery Road. According to police, a 2003 Ford Escape operated by Kathleen Swartz, 41, Warren, was slowing down to avoid a deer that was approaching the roadway. Police said a second vehicle, a 2010 Honda Pilot operated by Leslie Collopy, 35, Warren, was unable to stop in time and struck the rear of Swartz's vehicle. Police said charges are pending against Collopy. Police were assisted at the scene by Sugar Grove, Youngsville and Lander volunteer firefighters.
Criminal mischief. Warren-based state police said they are investigating an incident that occurred between Oct. 20 and 25 at a residence along Old Pittsfield Road. According to police, known juveniles and one adult damaged 34 windows in the residence and a front windshield of a 1967 Triumph Spitfire. Police said total damaged property is to be determined and that the investigation is continuing.
Theft. Warren-based state police said the are investigating an incident that occurred between Oct. 8 and 24 at a Route 6 address in which someone removed approximately 30 heavy-duty Deka commercial batteries and ten car/motorcycle batteries. Police said total value of the stolen items in $250.
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Burglary. Warren-based state police are investigating a burglary that occurred between 2 p.m. Oct. 20 and 8:45 p.m. Oct. 22 at a Valley Circle Drive residence at Chandlers Valley Trailer Park. According to police, someone entered Donna Sischo's residence while she was in the hospital and took several prescriptions and two jugs of coins. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Warren County Crimestoppers.
Harassment. Warren-based state police said at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 25 a 14-year-old female juvenile subjected Chuck Haugh, 60, Sheffield, to physical contact by kicking a coffee table inside a residence in the High Street area into his shin causing minor injury.
Criminal mischief. Personnel at Wash 'N' Wag reported to Warren-based state police that at 3:27 a.m. on Oct. 27 someone attempted to gain entry into a coin machine at the business. Total damaged property was $200. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Warren County Crimestoppers.