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Reports from the Tyrone Borough Police Department
On March 1, Borough Police responded to a physical domestic dispute at 525 Oak Street.
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On March 6, Borough Police responded to a domestic dispute between Dianne Taylor and Tim Taylor at 1473 North Avenue. Tim Taylor was arrested by police.
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On March 7, Borough Police responded to a complaint of harassment at 2123 Lincoln Avenue.
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On March 14, Borough Police responded to a possible four wheeler in the area of West 20th Street and Adams Avenue.
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On March 17, Borough Police stopped Michael Weyandt and charged him with DUI along the 400 block of West 15th Street.
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On March 17, Borough Police responded to a retail theft complaint at Dollar General.
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On March 19, Borough Police responded to a complaint of a report of someone being assaulted at the Moose Lodge.
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On March 20, Borough Police responded to a hit and run in the Sylvan Circle parking lot.
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On March 20, Borough Police found paraphernalia on Eric Campbell’s possession in the Choice parking lot at the corner of Logan Avenue and 10th Street.
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On March 22, Randy Eamigh led Borough Police on a chase through town beginning at the corner of Columbia Avenue and West 15th Street and ending in the alley behind the former Tyrone YMCA. Eamigh was charged with fleeing.
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On March 25, Borough Police responded to a complaint of numerous juveniles knocking on random doors in the vicinity of Park Avenue and 7th Street.
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On March 25, Borough Police responded to a complaint of loud music late at night at a residence located at 2065 Columbia Avenue.

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Reports from the Tyrone Borough Police Department
On March 1, Borough Police responded to a call at the Bull Pen that someone was sleeping in a vehicle.
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On March 3, Borough Police responded to the Tyrone Shopping Center to a report of a large group fighting in the parking lot.
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On March 4, Borough Police responded to a complaint of a domestic dispute between James Jones and Lindy Carper at 400 Washington Avenue, Apt. K.
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On March 4, Borough Police responded to a complaint of a group of juveniles throwing various items at the Supina property at 1460 Logan Avenue.
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On March 5 and 6, Borough Police responded to several complaints of juveniles laying on the road causing a disturbance along the 1300 block of Lincoln Avenue in front of the old Lincoln School.
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On March 10, Borough Police responded to a complaint of someone driving erratically in the vicinity of Park Avenue and 3rd Street.
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On March 11, Borough Police responded to a complaint from the resident of 604 Sylvan Circle that a large group was pounding and kicking her door.
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On March 11, Borough Police responded to a domestic disturbance between a mother and her daughter at 509 Park Avenue.
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On March 11, Borough Police responded to reports of people yelling at the 900 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.
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On March 11, Borough Police responded to a complaint of a large group of juveniles causing a disturbance late at night at 1357 Bald Eagle Avenue.
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On March 11, Borough Police responded to a domestic disturbance between a mother and her son at 1025 Bald Eagle Avenue.
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On March 14, Borough Police responded to a report of juveniles sitting on a porch with a BB gun along East 13h Street.
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On March 14, Borough Police assisted PA State Police with a fight at Greentree Village in Snyder Township.
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On March 14, Borough Police were called to Sheetz on Logan Avenue to investigate a complaint of a group of juveniles loitering in the parking lot.
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On March 17, Borough Police responded to a complaint of neighbors fighting at 966 Pennsylvania Avenue, Apt. 3.
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On March 18, Borough Police arrested Shaun Tennis for DUI along the 1000 block of Logan Avenue.
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On March 20, Borough Police responded to 1314 Pennsylvania Avenue, 2nd floor due to a domestic disturbance.
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On March 23, Borough Police responded to a complaint of a domestic disturbance along the 1300 block of Blair Avenue.
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On March 23, Borough Police investigated two individuals, Gary Decker and Kyle Pacheco, who pumped gas at Sheetz on Logan Avenue and allegedly drove off without paying for it.

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Police reports from the Tyrone Borough Police Department
Tyrone Borough Police assisted Bellwood Police with an alleged domestic incident at 605 North 3rd Street on March 4.
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Tyrone Borough Police assisted Bellwood Borough Police with a disturbance at 535 Stewart Street March 24.
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Borough Police responded to an alleged attempted sexual assault at RD 3 Box 469 in Snyder Township on March 3.
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Borough Police served a warrant on Meryle Stiver at 302 Garden Alley on March 13.
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Borough Police assisted the Pennsylvania State Police with a possible domestic dispute at 98 Meade Street in the Northwood section of Snyder Township, March 18.
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Borough Police assisted the Pennsylvania State Police with a physical fight along Old Pike Road in Snyder Township on March 24.
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Borough Police assisted medical personnel with an individual who took an alleged overdose of pills at 1509 Logan Avenue, March 1.
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Borough Police responded to a complaint of shots being fired at the 900 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, March 1.
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Borough Police responded to a complaint of juveniles causing a disturbance at the Municipal Parking Lot and frightening someone who was leaving the Armory, March 2.
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Borough Police served a subpoena to Beth Skelley at 1506 Pennsylvania Avenue on March 2.
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Police responded to a complaint of kids throwing snowballs at houses on the 1400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, March 2.
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Residents at 2 West 11th Street summoned Borough Police when kids were making noise outside their window, March 3.
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Borough Police responded to a complaint of suspicious individuals hanging around the corner of Washington Avenue and 5th Street, March 7.
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Borough Police responded to a complaint that juveniles hit oncoming vehicles with snowballs on the 1400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, March 7.
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Borough Police stopped a vehicle for expired registration at 14th Street and Logan Avenue, March 7.

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Police reports from Hollidaysburg, Huntingdon and Philipsburg State Police
A burglary incident occurred on Findley Avenue in Antis Township sometime between March 12 and March 25.
Unknown actor(s) entered into a garage at the William McCartney residence by tearing the hasp off the door. Once inside, they removed a motorized skateboard with a seat and handle bars.
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A theft occurred at 9266 South Eagle Valley Road in Port Matilda, Worth Township between March 13 and March 21.
Edward Frantz reported that unknown person(s) stole $125 in cash from his residence during the time frame listed above.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PA State Police at Philipsburg.
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A theft and criminal mischief occurred outside of Martin’s Supermarket in Bellemeade, Antis Township March 18.
Actor(s) smashed out the paper money acceptor on a Coca-Cola machine outside the store. They removed $19 of one dollar bills and caused $250 in damage to the machine.
Anyone with information should contact PA State Police at Hollidaysburg at 696-6100.
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A burglary occurred on Parshall Lane in Antis Township between March 19 and March 22.
Unknown actor(s) forcibly entered the home of Charles Adams by prying open the front door with a blunt object. Once inside the residence, the actor(s) removed two bottles of beer, approximately $400 in one dollar bills, and two gold wedding rings.
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A burglary occurred along SR 4027 in Snyder Township, March 22.
Matthew Eric Rhoades reported that he was asleep and awoke to hear people walking around the second floor of his residence. Nothing was found to be damaged, moved, or tampered with upon arrival of police.
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A harassment incident occurred in Tipton, Antis Township, March 22.
Lori Steber reported that she has been getting harassing and threatening emails from a Blair County resident.
The investigation continues.
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A one vehicle accident occurred on Old Route 220 near Northwood, Snyder Township, March 22.
Pauline Shirk, age 85, was traveling south when her vehicle left the west side of the road, struck the guardrails, and went over the embankment.
She received minor injuries.
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A hit and run accident occurred along SR 1001 at Sabbath Rest Road, Antis Township, March 22.
A white four door sedan, the make and model unknown, was traveling north on SR 1001 and impacted into the rear of a 1995 Dodge Neon, operated by Elizabeth Moore, age 22, of Tyrone. Moore was stopped behind a 2001 Chevy Silverado, operated by George Johnson, age 59, of Warriors Mark. Moore’s vehicle was pushed into the rear of Johnson’s vehicle.
The white sedan fled the scene north on SR 1001.
Anyone with information is asked to call PA State Police at Hollidaysburg at 696-6100.
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A three vehicle accident occurred on SR 453 just south of Birmingham, March 23.
This occurred as Frederick Bousum III, age 34, of Alexandria was traveling north on SR 453. He failed to negotiate a right hand curve in the roadway, traveled into the southbound lane striking a vehicle operated by John Barlett II, age 48 of Tyrone, who was traveling south. Barlett’s vehicle was struck on the left rear side and thrown onto the embankment located on the western side of the roadway. Bousum continued traveling northwest crossing into the path of Gregory Muri, age 54 of Altoona, who was traveling south. Muri was struck on the right side. Bousum struck and traveled over the western guide rail coming to rest hanging over the edge of the embankment. Bousum and Barlett were transported to Tyrone Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.