Drugs. Youngsville police are investigating a Thursday, April 10, incident at Youngsville High School in which a 17-year-old male student was found to be in possession of a controlled substance that police said was not prescribed to him. The drug was sent to Erie Regional Crime Lab. Police said charges will be filed through juvenile probation.
Assault. Youngsville Police said a "client at the youth treatment center on East Main Street" assaulted a woman who was working there at about 8:45 p.m. Thursday, April 17. Police said the victim had visible bruises and scratches on her arms and body and reported being kicked in the kidney area. Police said simple assault charges would be filed through juvenile probation.
Underage. Richard Dylan Foley, 20, was cited for underage drinking after police said they found him to be under the influence of alcohol at 7:14 p.m. Tuesday, on an oil lease road in Brokenstraw Township, while talking to him about another incident.
Underage. Duston Allen Miller, 20, was cited for underage drinking after police said they found him to be under the influence of alcohol at 7:14 p.m. Tuesday, on an oil lease road in Brokenstraw Township, while talking to him about another incident.
Sugar Grove Twp.
Crash. Pennsylvania State Police said Wanda L. Chase, 50, of Sugar Grove, was injured in a one-vehicle crash at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday on Route 27 south of Patchen Hollow Road. According to police, Chase's car was traveling north when it left the road onto the northbound shoulder, re-entered the road, rotated clockwise, left the same side of the road, entered a ditch and traveled another 90 feet before coming to rest. Chase was taken to Warren General Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries, police said, and cited for a violation of roadways laned for traffic.
Crash. Two people were hurt in a one-vehicle crash at 8:27 a.m. Monday in Union Township, Erie County. According to Pennsylvania State Police, a vehicle driven by Brandy M. Deist, 35, of Grand Valley, left the road and entered a ditch. Two passengers, Rachel J. Troyer, 26, and Nancy Byler, 45, both of Spartansburg, received minor injuries in the crash and were taken to St. Vincent Health System in Erie. Deist was cited for a violation of roadways laned for traffic.