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Philipsburg State Police
A two-vehicle accident, Thursday morning at the State Route 220 and Fowler Hollow Lane intersection caused injuries to five people.
A vehicle operated by 79-year-old Elwood E. Walk, of Tyrone, was attempting to turn left onto Fowler Hollow Lane, from the northbound lane or Route 220. He apparently failed to yield the right-of-way to a vehicle operated by Andrew J. Pitteroff of Topsham, ME.
Walk’s vehicle was struck in the front by Pitteroff’s vehicle after Walk pulled into Pitteroff’s path. Walk’s vehicle then spun counter clockwise and was again struck by Pitteroff’s vehicle. Walk’s vehicle spun of the berm of Route 220 and came to a rest against a wire fence. Pitteroff’s vehicle traveled off the west berm of 220 and eventually came to a rest in a field.
Walk was taken to Tyrone Hospital with moderate injuries. Four passengers in Pitteroff’s vehicle were injured and taken to Mt. Nittany Medical Center for treatment. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. The state police were assisted at the scene by members of the Port Matilda Fire Company.

Hollidaysburg State Police
Seventeen-year old Justin Wilson of Tyrone was critically injured in a Wednesday evening traffic accident in Snyder Township.
State police report he was traveling north on Deckers Hollow Road, shortly after 6:30 p.m., Wednesday and his van went off the road for unknown reasons. Wilson was flown via medical helicopter to Altoona Hospital for head injuries.

Police indicate a 59-year-old Latrobe area truck driver was involved in a DUI-related incident while operating a commercial tractor trailer on Wednesday afternoon in Antis Township. Kenneth E. Miller was reportedly under the influence while operating his rig and traveling South on Interstate 99 at the intersection of State Route 4018 at 2:30 p.m.

Huntingdon State Police
A 26-year-old Warriors Mark man has been charged with simple assault and harassment in a domestic dispute incident which occurred Monday at his residence along Dry Hollow Road.
Harold Wheland Jr. was charged with simple assault and harassment after the incident involving 23-year old victim, Amanda Clouser, also of Warriors Mark. Wheland was arraigned before District Justice Richard Wilt of Huntingdon. Bail was set at $20,000 and Wheland was committed to Huntingdon County Jail.

A 44-year-old man, known to police but not identified by them, is considered a suspect in an unauthorized use of a vehicle case in Warriors Mark Township.
The suspect allegedly borrowed Josephine Taylor’s 1985 Ford LTD and failed to return it. The incident happened along Taylor’s Lane on Monday at 7 a.m. The vehicle is described at a two-tone gray colored vehicle with a Pennsylvania Registration number FJC4631.

The UniMart at the intersection of State Route 550 and 350 in Warriors Mark Township was the scene of a pump and walk away then drive away incident on Tuesday night.
The suspect pumped $10.01 worth of gasoline and failed to pay for it. He told the clerk he had no money and would come back later and pay for it. However, he did not return to the store.

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Hollidaysburg State Police
A 20-year-old Bellwood man was charged with underage drinking and public drunkenness after an early Sunday morning incident in Antis Township.
State police investigated a report of an unresponsive man at a location along State Route 1001. Upon arrival police found Travis E. Replogel laying in a driveway at a residence. Police indicated he was highly intoxicated and passed out. Replogel was transported to Altoona Hospital. Bellwood Boro Police assisted the state police.
Citations regarding the incident were filed with District Justice Fred Miller.

Police report a one-vehicle accident at 4:30 a.m., Saturday on Interstate 99, northbound at the Bald Eagle exit in Snyder Township.
Timothy G. Coates, 21, Johnson City, NY was traveling north when he apparently fell asleep. His vehicle left the road and traveled onto the west berm where it struck the jersey barrier. The vehicle then traveled back onto the road and rolled onto its roof. It then traveled 150 on its roof before coming to a rest on its roof while still partially on the roadway.
Coates sustained minor injuries while his vehicle had severe damage. Bald Eagle Volunteer Fire Department assisted at the scene.

State police went to the Lower Johnson Development area in Tipton shortly after 2 a.m., Saturday after a report of two suspicious vehicles in the area.
The vehicles were located and stopped. The driver of one of the vehicles was found to be transporting beer. An unidentified 16-year-old male from Tyrone RR 4, was cited for transporting the alcohol and for driving between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5 a.m.

A Tyrone woman reported the unauthorized use of her vehicle on Thursday.
Paulette June Wafa of Teaberry Street reported someone had used her 1997 Chrysler Concord without her authorization. The vehicle was later found and returned to her. State police are continuing their investigation.

State police are investigated a DUI-related crash which occurred in the early morning hours of May 16 in Antis Township along Interstate 99 at the Pinecroft exit.
Richard Alan Dickinson, Jr., 33, Tyrone, was involved in the one-vehicle incident when according to police he fell asleep behind the wheel, went off the road and passed out. He was found to be under the influence of alcohol after failing a field sobriety test. He was then placed into custody, upon conviction he faces fines and/or imprisonment as well as a loss of his driver’s license.

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Hollidaysburg state police
Police report someone attempted to pry open a soda vending machine at Bopin’ Brew on East Main Street in Antis Township sometime between May 8 and May 10.
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Linda Lynn of Tyrone reported to police that someone scratched her car while it was parked on Clinton Street in Snyder Township between May 1 and May 10.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact police at 696-6100.
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Police report 29-year-old Stephen D. Parks of Tyrone was charged with deception after he mis-represented several receipts from various businesses and embezzled approximately $3,400 from the Pepsi Bottling Group. Police said the thefts occurred between Jan. 1 and April 14.
Huntingdon state police
Police report someone struck a parked vehicle owned by Nicole Hannah of Warriors mark on Saturday, then fled the scene.
The incident occurred while the operating was eastbound on Dungarvin Road. The suspect’s vehicle crashed into the woods, but he or she fled on foot.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 627-3161.

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Hollidaysburg-state police
Barry Fry of Hollidaysburg reported to police that someone used a blunt instrument to knock over his 1999 Honda motorcycle and damage it sometime between 5:30 and 6 p.m. Thursday on Marrow Road near the Tytoona Caves in Tyrone Township.
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Police report 32-year-old Shawn Archie Huber of Altoona was arrested for driving under the influence following a routine traffic stop along Old Route 220 at Pinecroft in Antis Township at 9:30 p.m. April 2.
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Police report the arrest of 26-year-old Patricia Bower of Tyrone on charges of DUI. Police said the arrest was the result of a routine traffic stop along Old Route 220 near Bellwood in Antis Township at 1:55 a.m. April 10.
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A female employee at Martin’s Food Market in Antis Township reported she was harassed by a male known to her at 3:50 p.m. on Saturday.
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Police report someone entered a residence in Tyrone Township, Sinking Valley sometime between April 29 and Saturday. Nothing is missing from the residence, but police are continuing to investigate.