Both people involved in a domestic dispute Saturday evening in Galeton have been charged. A 32 year old Newark NJ man has been arrested for strangulation, terroristic threats, and harassment. Troopers claim the suspect threw a knife at a 26 year old Knoxville woman and choked her. He was committed to the Potter County Jail. The female victim was cited for harassment.
Coudersport based state police are withholding the name of a suspect believed to have stolen multiple pieces of jewelry at the Black Forest Trading Post in Ulysses Township last Wednesday evening . The stolen merchandise is valued at $50.
A Duke Center driver and his passenger suffered serious injuries in a one-vehicle accident last Friday night in Otto Township. State police report Clinton Williams was going south on Route 546 when his Ford Focus spun off the road, hit a mailbox and an embankment before going airborne and rolling over several times. Williams and his passenger Marisa Jenkins of Clarksburg, WV were taken to Bradford Regional Medical Center by ambulance.
A theft at the Emmanuel United Methodist Church in Eldred in June is being investigated by state police at Lewis Run. Chicken BBQ grills were taken from the property on Main Street. A white pick up with a black bed was seen leaving at around 4:30 pm on June 21. Anyone with information is asked to call state police at 814.368.9230.
A Spartanburg SC truck driver escaped injury in a mishap on July 25 in Otto Township. State police said Joshua Parker was going west on Route 346 just before 10:00 am when his Freightliner entered a closed off construction zone. When Parker tried to turn around the rig became stuck on the highway.
State police at Lewis Run are investigating a criminal mischief on Taylor Drive in Annin Township Sunday afternoon. Vandals broke the front window on a mobile home owned by a 22 year old woman. The crime may have occurred between 2:30 and 5:00 pm. Damage is estimated to be $250. Anyone with information is asked to call state police at 814.368.9230.
A case of bad checks is being investigated by state police at Mansfield. An unidentified suspect wrote a worthless check for $496.08 to Draper Supply Inc. in Millerton on July 8.
Last week, PennDOT implemented an idea first proposed by Rep. Jason Silvis (R-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana) to bring the disability parking placard renewal process into the 21st century. In June, the House passed Silvis’ House Bill 2337, which would require PennDOT to allow for an online renewal application process for disability placards. The bill has been in the Senate Transportation Committee since.Customers with a permanent disability parking placard can now renew it, receive a replacement or update their address online. This will help save time for customers by eliminating the mail-in process and subsequent processing of paperwork. Customers with Temporary Person with Disabilities Parking Placards are also able to update their address and request replacement identification credentials through this online service.
To access this service, visit the PennDOT vehicle services webpage at www.dmv.pa.gov/vehicle-services and then select “Persons with Disabilities Information.”