A 21-year-old Wellsboro man was the victim of theft of several wheels and tires Aug. 28 in Richmond Township. The Denali style wheels valued at $950 were removed from 16065 Route 6. Involved was a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado pick-up truck. It was determined during the investigation who had the victim’s property and contact was made with them. The incident is still under investigation.
A 73-year-old man of Wellsboro was the victim of identity theft at Hills Creek Road, Charleston Township Sept. 29. The investigation into the incident is complete, according to police.
A 29-year-old woman of Wellsboro was the victim of theft at 2986 Route 328, Jackson Township, between June 27 and July 10. The value of cash stolen was $500. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 570-662-2151.
A Derringer .22 magnum caliber pistol was stolen from a residence on Route 287, Middlebury Center between July 1 and Sept. 18. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Mansfield at 570-662-2151.
Dog law violation
Alanda Neal, 35, of Mansfield, was cited for failing to confine her dogs on the premises at Neal Park Lane, Richmond Township Sept. 29.
A 29-year-old man of Mansfield was arrested for harassment with physical contact against two female victims, ages 16 and 20 Sept. 27. The arrestee allegedly pushed the 16-year-old twice and pushed a wardrobe into her right shoulder. He then allegedly slammed the residence door on the left side of the 20-year-old and told her he was going to rip her throat out. He was cited for two counts of harassment in district court.
There were no injuries in a two vehicle crash on South Main Street, Richmond Township Sept. 30. Two vehicles were traveling north when the 2019 Kia, operated by Karen L. Strange, 62, of Mansfield, and pulling a trailer, attempted to turn right but was rear-ended by a 2013 Toyota operated by Wesley B. Watkins, 61, of Mansfield. Both vehicles sustained disabling damage and were towed from the scene. Both drivers were wearing seat belts. Watkins was cited for following too closely.
Kayla R. Carpenter, 22, of Tioga, escaped injury in a one vehicle crash on Route 287 Lawrence Township Sept. 25. Carpenter was traveling north in a 2019 Ford Ecosport when a she hit a deer in the roadway causing front end damage to the vehicle. She was wearing a seat belt.
Frank M. Horvath, 77, of Tioga, escaped injury in a one-vehicle crash on Route 287, Tioga Township Sept. 10. Horvath was traveling south in a 2007 Subaru Impreza when he hit a deer in the roadway causing heavy front end damage. He was wearing a seat belt.
A deer in the roadway was the cause of a crash on Route 49, Westfield Township Oct. 3. The unnamed driver was traveling east in a 2005 Nissan Altima when the collision occurred. No injuries were reported.
A 17-year-old girl of Lawrenceville escaped injury in a two vehicle crash on Route 287, Tioga Township Oct. 2. The girl was traveling north in a 1996 Honda Civic when she failed to stop for a 2014 Ford Explorer police vehicle operated by Gaven R. Dewert, 22, of Covington, which was stopped in the road to make a left turn with its signal in operation. Both drivers were wearing shoulder belts. The teenager was cited for no insurance.
A hit and run crash at the Wal-Mart parking lot in Richmond Township resulted in damage to the front driver’s side bumper of a 2010 Subaru Legacy Oct. 2. The car was hit by an unidentified vehicle pulling out of a parking stall, which then left the scene. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 570-662-2151.
State police were dispatched to Church Street, Westfield Oct. 2 for a report of a drug overdose. The 20-year-old female victim was transported to SSMH, Wellsboro, for treatment.
John Palfreyman, 41, of Millerton, and Summer Benjamin, 39, of Millerton, were arrested for disorderly conduct after police were dispatched to a residence on Bailey Creek Road, Rutland Township Sept. 18 for a reported disturbance. Charges are pending in district court.