Criminal mischief

Police are searching for whoever damaged a Bobcat skid steer belonging to PennDOT while it was parked at the intersection of Canoe Camp Creek Road and Westgate Road, Richmond Township on June 29. The window of the equipment was damaged with an unknown object, causing $200 in damage.

Police are searching for whoever kicked in the door of a property owned by First CItizen’s Community Bank, on Route 549, Rutland Township, between March 1 and June 29, causing $100 in damage.

Police were dispatched to a report of criminal mischief at a property in Deerfield Township, where they found that a hasp on a shed owned by a 64-year-old male had been damaged on June 28, causing $10 in damage.

Police want to know whoever damaged a 1993 Chevrolet Corvette while it was parked in the 64-year-old Knoxville owner’s driveway June 23. Both passenger and driver’s side doors were keyed, causing more than $1,000 in damage.


Debra K. Werner, 53, of Westfield, suffered suspected minor injuries in a one-vehicle crash on Route 349, Clymer Township. Werner was traveling north in a 2012 Mazda CX-9, when she lost control of the vehicle on a curve and hit the guide rail, ending up in the grassy area of private residence’s yard. She was transported to SSMH, Wellsboro, for treatment. She was wearing a seat belt and she was cited for failing to drive on roadways laned for travel.

Shane W. Gipson, 19, of Osceola, escaped injury in a one-vehicle crash on Pleasant Valley Road, Farmington Township June 29. He was traveling west in a 2005 Toyota Highlander, when he lost control of the vehicle on a curve, hit an embankment and rolled over. He was wearing a seat belt, and was issued a warning for speeding.

Criminal trespass

Darren Hudick, 44, of Morris, was arrested for trespassing at property on Route 414 Liberty Township June 25, owned by the the Union Cemetery Association, after he had been warned not to come on the property.

Cruelty to animals

Police are searching for whoever harmed a cat on Sumner Road, Charleston Township, July 1. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 570-662-2151.