Police responded to an attempted burglary at Reed Brothers Rentals, Clearfield that occurred between Oct. 2 and Oct. 5. Damage was done to the door of a job trailer when someone attempted to gain entry. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Coudersport.
Chantalle Tubbs, 23, of Coudersrport, was arrested after she made a false report about a crime that never happened on Sept. 17.
Heather L. Young, 40, of Webster, N.Y., suffered a suspected serious injury in a motorcycle crash on South Brookland Road, Ulysses Township, Oct. 11. Young was traveling south on a 2003 Yamaha V Star 1100 when she failed to navigate a right turn. She was transported via Tri-Town Volunteer Ambulance to Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre.
A 16-year-old male of Port Allegany suffered suspected serious injury in a one-vehicle crash on Burtville Road, Roulette Township Oct. 9. The victim was traveling west on Kim Hill Road in a 2002 Saturn SL when he failed to negotiate a right-hand turn at a high rate of speed at the intersection with Burtville Road, causing the car to hit the embankment and continue north on the embankment. The car hit a stump causing it to rotate 180 degrees. The victim sustained a head injury and was transported via medical helicopter to ECMC Hospital in New York.
Police responded to a report of someone banging on the door of the victim’s residence on Wright Road, Hector Township several times during the night of Oct. 8. A search of the property was conducted resulting in negative findings.
Dakota Jones, 23, of Wellsville, N.Y., was arrested for criminal trespass after police responded to a report of a known male trespassing on the 52-yearold victim’s property on Zepher Street, Ulysses Oct. 7. He was charged in district court with two counts of criminal trespass and two counts of criminal mischief.
A 55-year-old Austin woman was the victim of criminal mischief when someone broke a window at her residence on State Highway 607, Austin, on Sept. 1. The front door stained glass window was valued at $500. The investigation is ongoing.
Theft by deception
A Hector Township victim was defrauded out of a large sum of money by unknown individuals who contacted them by phone impersonating Publisher’s Clearing House.