DUI. Warren-based state police responded to a two-vehicle accident on Irvinedale Road at its intersection with Jackson Ave. Ext. on July 27 at approximately 11 p.m. Mark Andrew Markovich, 46, Warren, was driving northbound, executed a wide right hand turn and began heading south east on Irvinedale Road. While attempting to execute a turn at the intersection, Markovich's vehicle struck one driven by Michael J. Garrett, 22, Warren that was legally stopped on the roadway at the stop sign. Upon striking Garrett's vehicle, Markovich did not stop and render aid or exchange information and continued to travel on Irvindale Road. Prior to police arrival, Markovich fled the scene in his vehicle and was located at his residence. Garrett and a passenger, Matthew Garrett, were not injured. Garrett's vehicle sustained moderate damage but was able to be driven from the scene. Police said Markovich was also uninjured and his vehicle sustained minor damage. Upon further investigation, it was suspected that Markovich was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. He was taken into custody and transported to Warren General Hospital for chemical testing. Blood results determined his BAC to be above the legal limit. Charges were filed at District Justice Laura Bauer's office against Markovich for three counts of DUI, careless driving and other summary violations.
Burglary. Corry-based state police reported that between 10 p.m. on July 31 and 8 a.m. on August 1 someone pryed a screen door off a front window and opened an unlocked window to enter the Lottsville Feed Mill, SR 957. Once inside, police said an all in one Hewlett Packard computer, CPU, a Wingate brand hard drive back up unit, a Bunker hill brand writable camera recorder and $25 in cash and coins from the office area were removed. Total value is estimated at $3,450.
Theft. Warren-based state police reported that between 6 p.m. on July 30 and 9 p.m. on July 31 someone stole five aluminum truck rims that fit a Ford Ranger and one Craftsman SAE/Metric 3/8" drive socket set from Dewey John Morningstar, Pleasant St.
Crash. Tidioute Borough police were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident at 8:30 p.m. on July 30. A vehicle operated by Emilie Rehe, Warren, was traveling north on Economy St. and was struck by a vehicle operated by Janet Moore, Tidioute. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage and had to be towed. Police said Moore will be cited for failing to yield the right of way.
Burglary. Tidioute Borough police said that Ann Jones, 14 Campbell Hill Rd., reported to police that someone entered her unlocked home and stole a determined amount of cash. This may have occurred during the past few months and Jones just noticed items out of place after she returned from being away, police said.
Crash. Marienville-based state police responded to a one vehicle accident on July 18 at 3 a.m. A 2006 Ford Escape driven by Amy L. Markey, 43, Sheffield, was traveling south on SR 66 when for unknown reasons the vehicle drifted off the side of roadway, traveling approximately 75 feet on the berm. The vehicle then drifted further down an embankment continuing south along the top side of the embankment for approximately 270 feet where the left front of the vehicle struck a large tree and shrubbery. Police said Markey was transported from the scene by Clarion Hospital Ambulance then flown to UPMC Hamot Medical Center in Erie via Life Flight for treatment of what police described as moderate injuries. Markey was not charged.
Bad check. Marienville-based state police reported that Lou Ann Young, 57, Sheffield, passed a bad check at Tall Oaks. Young was cited for summary bad checks and a non-traffic citation was filed through a district justice in Marienville.