Downstate woman arrested for having a car load of unstamped cigarettes in McKean County….Roulette Podiatrist slightly hurt in weather related accident….Hit and run driver located in Philadelphia….PennDot has launched a winter services survey….

McKean County

Lewis Run state police arrested a 70 year old Cherry Tree PA woman for possession of unstamped cigarettes. Troopers  did not release her name but said when they assisted they found the suspect had her 2003 Hyundai loaded with  of 57 cartons of unstamped cigarettes. Charges were filed in District Court.

A Roulette podiatrist was injured in a one-vehicle accident March 7 in Norwich Township. According to state police, Dr. Michael Tarbox was going just north of the Cameron County line when his 2019 Land Rover went  of control after striking some snow on the right berm on a curve and struck two embankments before coming to rest. The driver was located later in the evening at his home but apparently did not require medical attention.

Drug possession charges are pending against 19 year old Tehya Hollomby Bradford who was pulled over by state police on E. Main Street in Bradford early Monday morning when cops noticed her Honda Civic committing traffic violations.

Elk County

A St. Marys driver was unhurt early Tuesday morning in a one-car crash in Fox Township. According to state police Robert Vaughn’s Honda Civic failed to make a right hand curve and traveled off of Skyline Drive and struck a road sign and ditch before becoming disabled.

A hit and run driver was located by state police after fleeing the scene in Jones Township March 4. State police claim 36 year old Robert Milhomme of Philadelphia was driving a Chevrolet S-10 which crossed the Montmorenci Road and struck a utility pole. Police found the pickup vacated and no one on scene. His passenger was identified as Jennifer Dinivin of Sheffield. Both escaped injury.


The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is seeking the public’s feedback on winter services through an online survey.The survey is available through April 6 and should take about five minutes to complete. All responses are completely anonymous.The 17-question survey asks respondents

about their timeline expectations for safe and passable roadways, how they rank snow-removal priorities, and how they rate PennDOT’s winter services.

Respondents are also asked how they receive PennDOT roadway information, and whether or how they use the state’s 511PA traveler information services. During the winter, offers its standard traffic and incident information while adding PennDOT plow-truck locations, winter roadway conditions, and other services.

At any time, motorists can check conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles by visiting 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information, and access to more than 1,000 traffic cameras.

511PA is also available through a smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices, by calling 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts. Follow PennDOT on Twitter and like the department on Facebook and Instagram.