Charged. Conewango Township Police responded to Wal-Mart, North Warren, at 11:16 p.m. Jan. 11 for a reported unconscious female in the women's restroom. Police said Walmart officials found the woman unconscious in the restroom with a can of inhalant in her hand, but she regained consciousness and left the area before police arrived. Police said they located the female a short time later in a North Warren parking lot. Police said Jada Lee Coursey, 22, 2545 Liberty St. Ext., was treated by EMS and admitted that she had been inhaling a noxious substance to become intoxicated. Police said Coursey was charged with illegal use of a noxious substance, drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct, public intoxication and scattering rubbish on public property. Charges have been filed at District Justice Laura Bauer's office.
Charged. Conewango Township Police said two men were charged following an incident in the parking lot at Walmart, North Warren, at 1:52 p.m. Jan. 12. According to police, Paul Shelgren, Warren, nearly backed his vehicle into a vehicle in which Kenneth Holman and Pike Stillwagon, both of 154 Railway Lane, Clarendon, were riding. Police said Shelgren got out of his vehicle and shouted at Holman and Stillwagon to move their vehicle. Police said they got out of their vehicle and began yelling obscenities at Shelgren. Police said Stillwagon struck Shelgren's vehicle with his hand and Holman pushed Shelgren while he was sitting in the driver's seat of his car. Police said Shelgren complained of pain in his shoulder. Police said Holman was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment; Stillwagon was charged with disorderly conduct.
Wire down. Warren-based state police responded to the parking lot at Grand Valley Volunteer Fire Department at 3:30 p.m. on Jan. 8. According to police, a presumably large truck with dual tires attempted to exit the north driveway at the fire department and drove under a power line that stretched from a utility pole to the north side of the building. The vehicle caught the wire and pulled it from the side of the building. Police said the side of the building received moderate burn damage as a result. Police said it is presumed that the truck then backed up and drove around to the south driveway of the building, exited the parking lot and fled north on Route 27.
Lost property. Youngsville Borough Police said a citizen brought to their office a ring that had been found in front of Tops, Railroad Street, at approximately 4 p.m. Jan. 10. Anyone with information, or wanting to claim the ring, can contact the borough police at 563-7555.
Accident. Warren-based state police responded to a two-vehicle accident on W. Main Street at 10 a.m. Jan. 12. According to police, a 1995 Subaru Legacy, being driven by a 16-year-old male, was stopped in the westbound lane of W. Main Street, waiting to turn into the Valley Bowling Center parking lot. Police said Dane Freeborough, 21, Youngsville, was also westbound in a 1997 Cadillac and failed to stop before striking the rear of the Subaru. A 39-year-old passenger in the Subaru wasn't injured, but an 11-year-old female in the vehicle sustained a minor injury, police said. Police said Freeborough was charged with driving vehicle at safe speed.