On The Record
C. Warren County — District Judge
Forgery. Joshua M. Leichtenberger, 38, Pittsfield, was charged by Conewango Township police on March 28 with forgery, fraud to alter/forge/counterfeit title, registration or insurance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, no headlights and operating a vehicle without valid inspection from an incident that occurred on March 28 in Conewango Township.
Simple assault. Robert V. Shaffer, III, 47, Clarendon, was charged by Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police on March 28 with simple assault and harassment from an incident that occurred on March 28 in Clarendon Borough.
N. Warren County — District Judge
Retail theft. Timothy W. Conklin, Jr., 33, Warren, was charged by Conewango Township police on March 25 with retail theft from an incident that occurred on Jan. 22 in Conewango Twp.
Retail theft. Jason A. Seybert, 43, Youngsville, was charged by Youngsville Borough police on March 24 with retail theft, receiving stolen property and possession of a controlled substance from an incident that occurred on March 24 in Youngsville Borough.
Found property. Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police report that a bicycle was found along National Forge Road near Wilder Park on March 26. Anyone looking to claim ownership is asked to contact state police.
Theft. Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police received a report that a 47-year-old Grand Valley woman allowed someone to remotely control her cellphone and access to her bank account. As a result, $593.97 was taken.
Theft. Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police received a report that a Russell man had an unemployment claim filed in his name. The case is currently under investigation.
Burglary. Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police were dispatched to a Stoney Lonesome Road address on March 24 for a report of a burglary that occurred on March 16. Troopers say they discovered that someone had broken a window to gain entry and then ransacked the house. The case is currently under investigation.
Theft. Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police reports that a 68-year-old Warren man purchased a portable electric generator on eBay and never received the item. Anyone with information is asked to contact police in this pending investigation. Total loss is $529.99.
Criminal mischief. Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police were dispatched to a 2nd Mill Street residence for a report of criminal mischief on March 21. The victim reported to police that items had been moved in his house and screws were screwed into his interior walls. The case is currently under investigation.
Crash. Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police report that an unknown vehicle was traveling eastbound on Brockway Lane when the vehicle left the roadway and struck a fire hydrant, causing the hydrant to break near the base. The vehicle left the scene of the crash and failed to report the crash.