Two Blossburg residents nabbed for shoplifting at Walmart….Sinnemahoning woman scanned out of $1200…locks damaged in trespass near Galeton…Allegany man arrested after knocking on doors in the middle of the night in Coudersport…
Two Blossburg residents have been charged for shoplifting at the Mansfield Walmart December 10. State police say a Walmart Asset Protection employee told them that 31 year old Chelsea Garverick and 41 year old Roy Barrett walked out of the store a few minutes before 3:00 pm with a cart full of merchandise without paying for the items. The suspects were seen loading the items into a black Dodge Dakota and driving out of the parking lot. Garverick had previously been issued notice she was not allowed on Walmart property. A review of security surveillance was conducted and confirmed the theft.
A 59 year old Sinnemahoning woman was scammed out of $1200 December 17 or 18. Troopers at Emporium said the victim was deceived on Facebook Messenger and the money was transferred through CashApp and Zelle.
Coudersport state police investigated a theft in Harrison Township last Tuesday. Troopers did not explain how the crime was committed but said $1065 total was taken from two Direct Express Cards belonging to a 45 Westfield woman.
A trespass occurring on Blass Hollow Road in Abbott Township sometime since December 3 was investigated by state police. A man door dead bolt valued at $30.00 and a Gate U bolt valued at $10.00 on property owned by Ralph Wunderlich of Douglassville, PA were damaged by the intruder.
State police at Coudersport arrested a 20 year old Allegany, NY resident, whose name was withheld, for criminal trespass for an incident taking place around 2:30 am December 29 on River Lane in Coudersport. The suspect allegedly knocked on doors and was found sleeping under the influence in a detached garage at one of the residences. He was taken into custody and was committed to the Potter County Jail.
The 107th Pennsylvania Farm Show continues in Harrisburg. Today’s events include:
Pony Pulling Contest,
Basics of Home Food Preservation,
Horse Pulling Contest,
How to Care for Animals,
The Amazing Potato,
Pennsylvania’s Greatest Whoopie Pie Contest,
Draft Horse Hitching and Driving Demonstration,
Mrs. Wage’s Pickle Contest,
Wednesday’s attractions include:
Youth Fleece to Shawl Contest, SA
Maple Production Demonstration by the PA Maple Syrup Producers
Canine Meet the Breeds Experience,
Tractor Square Dancing, EA
Protecting Yourself from Tick Bites,
Speed Horse Demonstration,
Children’s Pedal Pulls and Stick Horse Races
Scams – How to Recognize and Avoid Them,
Sheep to Shawl Contest
Scams – How to Recognize and Avoid Them
Horse and Tractor Plowing Demonstration, EA
Blue Mountain Bluegrass Band Musical Entertainment,
Tractor Square Dancing
Some area producers are bringing home prizes. Back Road Creamy of Columbia Crossroads placed 7th in its competition. Larry Hamilton of Ulysses took first place in the Golden Maple Syrup class and second place in a couple of categories. Glenn Dunn of Coudersport placed third in the amber glass category. The Pennsylvania Farm Show is the Pennsylvania State Fair® and the nation’s largest indoor agricultural event, featuring 12,000 competitive exhibits, nearly 6,000 animals, and 275 commercial exhibitors. The show runs from January 7 through 14. Admission is free and parking is $15 in Farm Show lots. The Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center is easily accessible from Interstates 81 and 83.