David C. Wolfe, 48, of Knox, has been charged with scattering rubbish on private property in Homer Township July 24. According to police, Wolfe had unsecured rubbish that continuously has blown onto the property of the victim, a 58-year-old Coudersport man, including sheet metal, plastic jugs, a cooler and plastic garbage lid.
Police are investigating a report of a discarded brown recliner left in the bushes along Dry Run Road, Hebron Township on Aug. 30. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Coudersrport.
Michael G. Graber, 33, of Galeton, escaped injury in a one-vehicle crash on Route 6, Pike Township Aug. 8. Graber was traveling west in a 2018 Chevy Silverado when he drove off the roadway into a ditch, coming to rest there. He was wearing a seat belt and was transported to Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro by Gale Hose Ambulance.
Hattiemae Coates, 77, of Ulysses, and Robert C. Baldwin, 40, of Wellsville, N.Y. both escaped injury in a two-vehicle crash on Route 49, Harrison Township, Sept. 6. Coates was making a left turn from a private driveway onto Route 49 in a 2016 Chevy Equinox, and Baldwin was traveling east in a 2007 Chevy Silverado on Route 49, when Coates pulled out in front of Baldwin’s truck and was struck by it. Coates was cited for pulling out in front of oncoming traffic. Both drivers were wearing seat belts.
Joseph T. Holbrook, 20, of Ulysses, George E. Schweigart, 67, of Milles and his passenger, Johnny T. Kim, 25, of Genesee, all escaped injury in a two-vehicle crash on Cross Road, Bingham Towship Aug. 24. Holbrook was traveling west in a 2003 Chevy CK1500 and as he approached Schweigart, who was traveling east in a 2016 Chevy Silverado pick-up truck, Holbrook’s vehicle began to fish tail as he attempted to slow down, and hit the truck. Holbrook’s vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene. All occupants of both vehicles were wearing seat belts. Holbrook was cited for speeding.
Chester B. Dollof, 59, of Rumford, Maine, escaped injury in a one-vehicle crash on Whites Corners Road, Harrison Township Sept. 8. Dollof was traveling south in a 2009 Chevy Silverado pick-up truck when he crashed. Dollof then fled the scene, police said. He was later located by police. It is unknown if Dollof was wearing a seat belt.
Cinnittia R. Shumack, 24, of Ulysses, and her two passengers, Dawn M. Griess, 35, of Ulysses and a one-year-old female minor in a safety seat were injured in a one-vehicle crash on Fox Hill Road, Ulysses, Aug. 1. Shumack was traveling north in a 2010 Toyota Highlander SUV when she lost control of the vehicle on a curve in the road, went down an embankment and the car slid onto its side in the middle of an unnamed roadway. All three were transported to UPMC Cole by Tri-Town Volunteer Ambulance Association for treatment. Shumack was cited for driving without a valid license.
A 30-year-old Coudersport man was the victim of reckless endangerment after someone fired shots in the direction of his Carpenter Road residence Aug. 11. An investigation revealed that those firing the weapon were firing at a tree in their backyard in Hebron Township. Rounds were recklessly being fired toward the victim’s house, ricocheting off a tree near the occupied residence.
A 53-year-old Coudersport man was the victim of theft when an unknown person made a false check from the victim’s company in Sweden Township and cashed it through a mobile app.
A 57-year-old Coudersport man was the victim of theft when two known individuals stole $655 worth of property from his Brookland Road residence in Sweden Township between July 28 and Sept. 6. Stolen and recovered by police were bottled vodka valued at $80; a Sony stereo, valued at $75; a glass bottle valued at $150; a Bugani wireless speaker valued at $100; a Miele vacuum cleaner valued at $200; an electric can opener, valued at $20 and a kitchen knife set valued at $30. The investigation continues.
Police report someone found an iPhone on Route 44, South of Cherry Springs State Park July 28. Anyone with information is asked to call state police at Coudersport.
State police are investigating a report of criminal trespass at God’s New Beginning Church in Harrison Valley Sept. 6. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Coudersport.
Keisha A. Parslow, 24, of Ulysses, was charged with harassment with physical contact following an incident in the borough Aug. 19. According to police, Parslow hit and shoved the victim an unknown number of times during the altercation.