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SR 550 in Halfmoon Township was the scene of a one vehicle accident, May 25.
Philipsburg State Police report that Ronald McCleester, age 23, of Warriors Mark was traveling south and descending a slight grade into a right curve. He drove off the road and the right front of his truck struck the metal guiderail. This impact caused his truck to spin in a clockwise direction and continue in the southbound lane, where it went off the roadway and struck an embankment and rolled over. His truck came to rest on its left side partially on the roadway.
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SR 865 in Antis Township was the scene of a two vehicle accident, May 26.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that as both vehicles were traveling north on SR 865, Robert Edward Deyarmin III, of Altoona observed a small creature, which was lurking in the weeds, along the east side of the road. His observation caused him to quickly slow down for fear the creature may run onto the road and he didn’t want to injure it if it did. As he slowed down, Jason English of Harrison City, PA failed to stop, causing him to strike the rear of Deyarmin’s vehicle.
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A one vehicle accident and hit-and-run occurred along SR 4025, Hoover’s Lane, in Snyder Township, May 27.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Lester Paul Hampton Jr., age 31, of Tyrone was traveling south on Hoover’s Lane and lost control negotiating a slight right curve in the roadway. He traveled off the road to the right making initial impact with a utility pole with the front right portion of his truck. The utility pole was sheared off during impact. Prior to the officer’s arrival on the scene, Hampton had moved his truck from the final resting position and parked in a private lot on the west berm of Hoover’s Lane. Hampton fled the scene.
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Anders Garage in Snyder Township was the scene of a burglary, May 28.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that unknown actor(s) threw a bicycle peg stand through the window of the garage. They opened the window and went inside. Nothing was stolen from the garage.
The investigation continues.
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SR 2017 in Worth Township was the scene of a DUI on May 19.
Philipsburg State Police report that Duncan Russell Zabik, age 24, of Warriors Mark was observed traveling east on the above roadway. During this time, Zabik proceeded to travel off the roadway onto the south berm and then onto the yellow double lines on several occasions.
A traffic stop was conducted and he was found to be intoxicated. Zabik was transported to Tyrone Hospital for testing. The investigation continues pending BAC results.
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An incident including reckless endangering, DUI, and fleeing occurred along Old Route 220 in Antis Township, May 20.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Roy W. Patterson, age 38, and Kevin C. Foster, age 25, both of Altoona were observed traveling south along the above roadway just north of Pinecroft. A traffic stop was attempted and the vehicle increased speed and began to flee. The vehicle had three flat tires and continued to travel south, turning onto Dartmouth Lane, then onto St. Francis Lane. The vehicle finally spun out and came to rest blocking the roadway.
Upon coming to a stop, both of the above actors exited the vehicle and began to flee on foot. Both men were taken into custody. A vehicle registration number was obtained and police learned that the vehicle was stolen from Coconuts Bar, earlier this same date.
Both men were transported to Hollidaysburg State Police barracks, where Blair County Adult Probation was contacted. It was verified that both men were on adult probation and detainers were issued. They were then housed in Blair County Prison. Charges will be filed for receiving stolen property, fleeing, eluding, reckless endangering, DUI, resisting arrest, and other criminal and traffic violations.
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A harassment incident occurred in Grazierville, Snyder Township, May 21.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Wayne Yeager of Tyrone received three threatening phone calls from an unknown person.
The investigation is continuing.
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An incident of receiving stolen property occurred at the Martin General Store in Antis Township, May 22.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Kristopher Gardner, age 40, of Tyrone was at the listed location in possession of a vehicle owned by Jeffrey Lenz and Debra Beasom of Altoona. Lenz and Beasom reported the vehicle stolen to Altoona City Police on May 20.
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An incident of criminal mischief occurred in Snyder Township, May 22.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Lynne M. Dirkse, age 35, of Tyrone, damaged a basement door glass at a home of someone known to her with a large rock, causing approximately $200 worth of damage. She is being charged with criminal mischief.
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Snappy’s Convenience Store parking lot in Snyder Township was the scene of a hit-and-run crash, May 24.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that an unknown operator struck a trailer owned by Villeneuve Tank Lines from Cornwall, Ontario.
The unknown operator fled the scene.

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An incident involving a teenage runaway occurred May 17 at Greentree Village in Snyder Township.
PA State Police report that a 16-year-old African American male juvenile walked away from this facility May 17. He was last observed at Snappy’s convenience store at the Bald Eagle intersection.
He is described as 5’11’’ tall, 145 pounds, medium build, brown eyes, black hair, wearing a black and white bandana, green hoodie, blue jeans, and a red Philadelphia 76ers No. 3 Iverson jersey.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Hollidaysburg State Police at 814-696-6100.
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A criminal mischief incident occurred in the parking lot of the PPG plant in Tipton, Antis Township in the overnight hours between May 17 and 18.
PA State Police report that unknown actor(s) smashed the passenger side window out of Wesley Henninger’s Ford F-150 truck while it was parked at the plant. Video tapes of the security system are being reviewed to identify the actor.
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A harassment incident occurred at Smith Acres in Antis Township, May 17.
PA State Police report that Adam Gardner, age 32, of Tyrone harassed Andora Gardner, age 31, of Tyrone during a domestic argument.
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An aggravated assault incident occurred at Greentree Village in Snyder Township, May 18.
PA State Police report that a 16-year-old male juvenile was a court committed resident at the facility. On the date listed, he assaulted two teachers and a custodial worker. He was charged with two counts aggravated assault, three counts of simple assault, three counts of harassment, one count of terroristic threats, and disorderly conduct.
He was placed in the 10th Street detention center in Altoona to await his hearing.
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An incident of retail theft occurred at Rossi’s Corner Store in Antis Township, May 18.
PA State Police report that the suspect, a white male in his 30s wearing a black T-shirt, dark pants, dark sneakers, with dark hair, pumped $10 worth of gasoline and left the scene without paying for it. He was driving a Chevrolet Blazer or GMC Jimmy pulling a trailer with either scrap metal or lawncare equipment.
The suspect did enter the store for another matter.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PA State Police at Hollidaysburg.
The investigation continues.
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A two vehicle accident occurred along Main Street in Bellwood Borough, May 19.
PA State Police report that Pamela Meredith, age 47, of Tipton struck the rear of a 1989 Pontiac sedan that was legally parked along Main Street. Both vehicles sustained severe damage.
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A one vehicle accident occurred along Bel-Tip Road and Stetter Road in Antis Township, May 20.
PA State Police report that Jamie Focht of RD 5 Tyrone, was traveling north on Bel-Tip Road. As she crested a hill in the road she observed a horse trailer partially blocking the road. She applied her brakes but lost control.
She went into a ditch hitting a pipe and flipping over and coming to rest upright. She was taken to Altoona Hospital for treatment.

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An incident of theft by unlawful taking occurred on May 7 at the Martins Grocery Store in Bellemeade, Antis Township.
PA State Police reported that Kimberly McCarthy of Altoona was charged with the above crime after she allegedly stole $160 out of a purse that was sitting in the employee break room that belonged to Susan Ross of Tyrone.
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An incident of criminal attempt by deception occurred in Antis Township on May 9.
PA State Police report that Lawrence L. McIntire, age 27, of RD 5 Tyrone received a fraudulent check for $2,680 from AEDC Federal Credit Union of Tullahoma, TN. The check was allegedly an award in which the victim was selected during an unsolicited drawing.
In this lottery scam, the victim is to cash the check and then forward funds to the company to cover payment processes.
The public is cautioned that any legitimate lottery does not require any funds to be forwarded prior to payout of the winnings.
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A burglary occurred along Beaker Road in Antis Township, in the overnight hours between May 13 and 14.
Unknown actor(s) entered the garage at the Brett Gates residence and stole a 1997 Yamaha YZ-250 dirt bike. The bike is blue with white trim.
The investigation continues.
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A two vehicle accident occurred along SR 220 in Vail, Snyder Township, May 15.
PA State Police report that Jessica Reese, age 20, of Tyrone was traveling north on SR 220 and slowed suddenly to avoid an animal on the roadway. Reese was struck from behind by Richard Itinger, age 74, of Tyrone, who was traveling north behind her.
Neither driver was injured.
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A harassment incident occurred in Ironville, Snyder Township, May 16.
PA State Police report that Marli McFalls was assaulted by her 16-year-old daughter during a domestic argument.
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A hit and run incident occurred along SR 350, .5 miles north of SR 220 in Snyder Township on May 16.
PA State Police report that a white male suspect, known to police, was traveling on SR 350 in a 1990 Toyota truck and went off the west berm for unknown reasons. He struck several stacks of bricks, a truck cap and an Eagle CP. The Eagle CP was pushed into a Chevy SUV, which was pushed into a Chrysler Sedan. The suspect fled the scene on foot.
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PA State Police report a stolen vehicle along Cooks Hollow Road in Snyder Township, May 16.
A 1990 Toyota truck owned by Jim Wenner was stolen from his driveway. It was later involved in a crash along SR 350 in Snyder Township. The investigation continues.

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An incident of access device fraud occurred at Decker Mobile Court in Antis Township on June 22, 2006.
PA State Police report that Sharon Kay Reigh, age 37, of Altoona applied for a credit card in her mother, Ellen Reigh’s name, and intercepted it when it came to her mother’s residence in the mail. Sharon Reigh then used the card to make over $500 in purchases and cash advances.
Charges include access device fraud, theft by deception and identity theft.
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An incident involving altered, forged, or counterfeit documents occurred in Antis Township and the City of Altoona during the time between September 12, 2006 and December 15, 2006.
PA State Police report that charges were filed against Randy Jay Poorman, Sr., age 47, of Altoona, as a result of possessing and displaying a fraudulent Certificate of Inspection and Certificate of Emission on his 1994 Chevrolet Blazer and a fraudulent Certificate of Inspection on a 1984 Chevrolet Scottsdale that he traded at Vince’s Auto Sales along Mill Run Road in Altoona.
Poorman was also charged with numerous summary charges including title and inspection violations.
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PA State Police reported a theft in Spruce Creek Township, May 5.
On the above date, unknown actor(s) arrived at the home of Nadine Morrow and stole scrap aluminum that was piled up along the side of the house and also stole two windows that were lying on the ground. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Huntingdon State Police.
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A harassment incident occurred along SR 865 in Antis Township, May 9.
PA State Police report that a 16-year-old male juvenile of Altoona, was cited for harassment after he punched the victim, a 14-year-old male juvenile of Blandburg, in the face multiple times.
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A theft incident occurred along Quarry Road near Ironville, Snyder Township on May 9.
PA State Police report that unknown actor(s) cut and removed the copper ground wire from several utility poles.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PA State Police at Hollidaysburg.
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An incident of criminal mischief occurred along Bear Hollow Road in Antis Township, May 9.
PA State Police report that a 9-year-old juvenile of Altoona damaged flowers at the home of Phyllis C. Graham. The actor was counseled and the incident was handled within the department.
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A one vehicle accident occurred along SR 220 in Port Matilda Borough, May 10.
Philipsburg State Police report that Steven Smith, age 20, of Warriors Mark was southbound on SR 220 and apparently fell asleep. He drifted across the roadway and traveled off the east edge, striking a road sign. He continued southbound before striking a house.
Smith received moderate injuries.
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A D.U.I. related hit and run crash occurred in the Northwood section of Snyder Township, May 10.
PA State Police report that Daniel J. Gurekovich, age 21, of Tyrone was traveling north on Meade Street. He struck a 1994 Ford Thunderbird sedan, which was legally parked. After striking the vehicle, he fled the scene and abandoned his vehicle approximately one half of a mile from the scene. He was subsequently located walking toward Tyrone Borough. Gurekovich was taken into custody and at the completion of the crash investigation, transported to Tyrone Hospital for a blood test.
At the conclusion of the blood test, he was transported to the Blair County Prison where he was housed on a parole detainer. Charges were filed before the Magisterial District Judge for D.U.I., leaving the scene of a crash, and other summary vehicle code violations.
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A D.U.I. incident occurred at the intersection of SR 550 and SR 350 in Warriors Mark Township, May 11.
PA State Police reported that Lester Walters, age 34, of Warriors Mark was stopped on SR 550 at a stop sign at the intersection of SR 350. Witnesses observed Walters was stopped at the intersection for more than two hours. He was found asleep in the driver seat of the vehicle. His vehicle was in ‘park’ with the engine running. Walters was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.
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An incident of criminal mischief occurred at the intersection of North 9th Street and West Logan in Bellwood Borough.
PA State Police report that an unknown actor(s) shot the windshield and rear side window of the victim, James E. DeArmitt III’s vehicle.
Estimated damage is set at $450.
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A D.U.I. incident occurred along Grandview Road (SR 4015) at Lower Riggles Gap Road in Antis Township, May 13.
PA State Police report that Frank Westley Weatherwalk, age 34, of Altoona was observed traveling north along SR 4015, committing traffic violations. Roadside investigations revealed that the accused was intoxicated on alcoholic beverages. Accused was arrested for D.U.I. and taken to Bon Secours Hospital for blood testing, which was refused.
The accused was released pending the filing of charges through the office of Magisterial District Judge Fred Miller.

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On April 1 at approximately 2:20 a.m. a state police officer observed Donald Lloyd Friday, 58, of Tyrone, traveling south bound on Adams Avenue in Tyrone Borough, operating a white pick-up truck. After following the vehicle for approximately 1/2 to 3/4 mile, Friday was observed having trouble driving. A traffic stop was initiated and upon investigation, Friday was found to be intoxicated. According to the police report, formal charges of DUI will be filed against the accused in the Blair County Court System.
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On April 21 or 22, a theft occurred in Antis Township.
PA State Police report that unknown actor(s) stole prescription medication (Oxycontin) from the residence of Harry Clemens Jr. along Grandview Road. Anyone with information is asked to contact Hollidaysburg State Police.
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PA State Police report that Raymond Scott Walk, age 31, of Altoona, was arrested for D.U.I. along SR 1001 in Antis Township on May 4.
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PA State Police report that Nicole Lee Light, of Tyrone was arrested for D.U.I. May 5. Police responded to a call for a disturbance on SR 1019 in the area of SR 350. When police arrived, police found that Light was in an argument with her sister and sister-in-law over Light being too drunk to drive and the sisters were attempting to take the key away from her. Light was kicking the two sisters out of the car when police arrived.
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On May 5, a disorderly conduct incident occurred in Antis Township.
A child called Blair County 911 reporting that his mother had been shot in the back out in the yard at their Bear Hollow residence. After arrival, it was determined that it was a prank call.
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SR 8003, the I-99 northbound off ramp at Grazierville, was the scene of a vehicle collision May 5.
PA State Police report that Milver Reyes, age 24 of Bradenton, FL, was driving north on I-99 and started to exit I-99 onto SR 8003. As a legally parked truck-tractor sat along SR 8003, Reyes drifted off the roadway, whereupon he struck a guardrail and slid across SR 8003 in a radical arc and struck the left corner of the truck-tractor.
Reyes was cited for failing to operate his vehicle at a safe speed.
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An incident of criminal trespass occurred along Grazierville Road on May 5.
PA State Police report that a 17-year-old male and a 16-year-old female were trespassing on private property.
The investigation continues.
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On May 5, SR 220 at California Hollow in Snyder Township was the scene of a one vehicle accident.
PA State Police report that Randy Hyde, age 47, of State College was driving south on SR 220 when he left the west side of the road and struck the undercarriage of his 1994 Ford Mustang on a culvert.
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Kettle Road in Tyrone Township was the scene of a one vehicle accident May 6.
PA State Police report that a 2004 Nissan Maxima, owned by Courtesy Motors of Altoona, was traveling south on SR 1013 when it failed to negotiate a left curve, went up an embankment and struck a stone wall at the end of a driveway. The driver apparently walked away from the scene prior to police arrival. The investigation continues.
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An incident of simple trespassing occurred at the Tytoona Cave Nature Preserve, along Morrow Road in Tyrone Township May 7.
On routine patrol of the Tytoona Cave Nature Preserve, Brandon Erb, age 27, of Huntingdon and Shawn Dopp, age 36, of Williamsburg were found camping near the cave entrance, in violation of posted signs. The pair also had created a campfire near the cave entrance and were removed from the property.

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Recent police reports from the Tyrone Borough Police Department
On April 4, Tyrone Borough Police responded to a report of a suspicious male in Reservoir Park.
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On April 16, Tyrone Police received a call concerning a suspicious white van with a white male occupant in the vicinity of Clay Avenue and Highland Drive.
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On April 28, Tyrone Police responded to a theft of two four-wheelers at 1757 Columbia Avenue.
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On May 2, Tyrone Police responded to a call of underage drinking on the corner of Columbia Avenue and West 15th Street.
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On May 2, Tyrone Police responded to a psychiatric emergency at 1369 Washington Avenue.

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On April 1, Tyrone Borough Police responded to a complaint of suspicious activity in front of the Moose. One individual was arrested for drug paraphernalia.
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On April 2, Tyrone Police responded to a call concerning various juveniles hanging around in the new building at St. Matthew Church on Cameron Avenue.
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On April 4, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint that lights were shot out with a BB gun at the Park Avenue Apartments.
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On April 5, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint from the resident at 202 Sylvan Circle that a male was looking in their window.
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On April 6, Tyrone Police arrested two individuals, Mark Mingle and Justin Miller, for possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia.
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On April 11, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint of teens riding scooters on the sidewalks and jumping the curb at 520 Park Avenue.
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On April 18, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint at 1369 Washington Avenue. Harry Updike was arrested for public drunkenness and simple assault.
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On April 19, Tyrone Police responded to a disturbance at 657 Park Avenue.
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On April 20, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint of retail theft at Dollar General.
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On April 20, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint of an intoxicated male at 400 Washington Avenue.
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On April 20, Tyrone Police responded to an intoxicated argument between female friends at 800 Park Avenue.
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On April 21, Tyrone Police responded to a possible child pornography case at 704 Park Avenue.
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On April 24, Tyrone Police responded to a domestic disturbance between two people. Robert Deihl was arrested by police.
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On April 26, Tyrone Police responded to a domestic disturbance at 602 Park Avenue. When arriving at the scene, police also discovered drug paraphernalia items. Penny Ostereich and Tim Yingling had crack pipes in their possession.
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On April 28, Tyrone Police responded to a call concerning suspicious men hanging around the lot at Dan Parson’s Used Cars on Old Route 220.
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On May 2, Tyrone Police responded to a report that two suspicious individuals were cited near the former Lincoln Elementary School.
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On May 2, Tyrone Police responded to a call of a vehicle power braking in the parking lot of Searer’s Funeral Home on West 10th Street.

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On April 2, Tyrone Borough Police responded to a call at the 1500 block of Blair Avenue. Donald Brower and Wilbur Miller were fighting in the street.
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On April 3, Tyrone Police responded to a disturbance of a large group of kids at 1266 Bald Eagle Avenue.
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On April 4, Tyrone Police responded to a call of loud banging and people in the 1300 block of Blair Avenue.
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On April 9, Tyrone Police responded to a call of juveniles obstructing traffic along the 100 block of East 13th Street.
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On April 10, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint of two females in a physical fight at the Tyrone Sheetz, 1400 Logan Avenue.
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On April 11, Tyrone Police responded to a call of an intoxicated male that entered a vehicle and refused to get out. Richard Wilson was arrested.
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On April 11, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint of a resident having problems with their neighbor’s dogs at 1462 Pennsylvania Avenue.
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On April 12, Tyrone Police responded to a verbal domestic disturbance at 1467 Blair Avenue.
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On April 16, Tyrone Police served a warrant to arrest David Miner at 5 Blair Square.
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On April 19, Tyrone Police responded to a theft of prescription medications on the 1200 block of Blair Avenue.
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On April 19, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint from a resident that her daughter was being harassed on myspace.com.
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On April 20, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint that three shots were heard in the area of the 1400 block of Blair Avenue. The investigation is ongoing.
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On April 23, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint of juveniles riding a motorized bike at East 13th Street and Blair Avenue.
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On April 23, the Tyrone Sheetz Store reported that a counterfeit $10 bill was handed in to a Sheetz employee.
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On April 23, Tyrone Police responded to complaint of a confrontation between two juveniles in the back yard at 1312 Logan Avenue.
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On April 24, a Tyrone resident reported to Tyrone Police that their 17- year-old daughter is in Tyrone and will not come home.
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On April 26, Tyrone Police responded to a call that a young male locked himself in the restroom at the Tyrone Sheetz Store at 1400 Logan Avenue.
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On April 27, Tyrone Police report a hit-and-run at Blair Avenue and East 10th Street. It was reported that a borough light pole was struck.
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On April 27, Tyrone Police responded to a call that a baby was asleep in a vehicle with nobody around on the 1400 block of Bald Eagle Avenue.
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On April 29, Tyrone Police responded to a complaint of a loud party at 5 Blair Square at 1:23 a.m.

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A two vehicle accident occurred along SR 350, north of the Bald Eagle intersection in Snyder Township, April 16.
Kim Hagins, age 59, of Johnstown was traveling south on SR 350. Chandra Shumac, age 42, of Sandy Ridge was traveling north on SR 350. A wheel assembly detached, and separated from the semi trailer that Hagins was pulling. One tire struck Shumac, causing impact and damage to the left front of her vehicle. The other tire traveled approximately 400 feet south along SR 350, and then struck a vinyl fence assembly. After striking the fence, the tire continued through the homeowner’s yard, then struck his residence.
The crash remains under investigation.
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At Green Tree Village in Snyder Township, a harassment incident occurred April 20.
PA State Police reported that a 15-year-old white male from Orbisonia, PA was charged with harassment after striking the victim, a 15-year-old white male from Lock Haven, PA, in the head and face area.
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An incident of criminal mischief and propulsion of missiles occurred along SR 220 and SR 350 in Snyder Township April 21.
The victim, a 35-year-old female from Altoona, was traveling north along R 220, in the area of SR 350. As the vehicle was traveling , an unknown object, possibly a be-be of shotshell pellet struck the victim’s windshield, causing damage. The victim was uninjured in the incident. However, the investigation continues. Anyone with information regarding this incident, or similar incidents is asked to contact the PA State Police.
Total damage estimated at approximately $200.
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A Warriors Mark woman was the victim of access device fraud on three different occasions.
On the dates of April 2, April 13, and April 16, unknown actor(s) accessed Christina Fisher’s debit card account and made three purchases at locations in Patton Township, Centre County.
This investigation is currently under investigation.
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A harassment incident occurred along SR 1013 in Tyrone Township April 26.
Jeffrey Clinich, age 33, of Altoona, reported that an unknown actor(s) is making harassing phone calls to his residence. The investigation continues.
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A burglary incident occurred at some point between April 23 and 24 at Superior Lumber in Snyder Township.
PA State Police report that an actor(s) entered the building and removed items. Anyone with information is requested to contact State Police in Hollidaysburg.
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Incidents involving aggravated assault, criminal trespass, resisting arrest, criminal mischief, simple assault, disorderly conduct and harassment occurred in Spruce Creek Township, April 27.
PA State Police report that on the above date, Andrew Rogowski, age 33, of Spruce Creek damaged vehicles owned by William Tzilowski of Spruce Creek and Adam Steele of Spruce Creek. He also entered a residence owned by Donald Beaver of Bellwood. During the arrest, Rogowski assaulted two members of the PA State Police. He was taken into custody and arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Mary Jamison.

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A theft occurred on March 30 along SR 350 in Antis Township.
PA State Police report that a 13-year-old juvenile from the Tyrone area had his blue, BMX style bicycle stolen from a driveway along this roadway.
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Interstate 99 was the scene of a one vehicle accident March 29.
PA State Police report that Daniel Hoffman was traveling south on the listed roadway when he was changing the channel on the radio and lost control of his vehicle. He crossed over the center median and northbound lanes and impacted the guide rail along the east berm.
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An incident of domestic violence occurred in Warriors Mark Township on March 31.
Huntingdon State Police report a verbal confrontation that allegedly turned physical between Tamera Mae Higgins, age 41 and John Frederick Brodzina, age 58. Harassment charges are being filed.
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An incident of hit and run and underage DUI occurred along SR 350 and SR 4025 (Ridge Road) in Warriors Mark Township.
Huntingdon State Police report that a 17-year-old juvenile lost control of his vehicle and went off the roadway and impacted with damaged a utility pole on the eastbound portion of SR 350. The juvenile fled the scene but later returned and removed the vehicle. He was located nearby the crash scene and subsequently found to be under the influence of alcohol.
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An incident of retail theft occurred at Martin’s General Store along SR 1001 in Antis Township.
The suspect, a male known to police, pumped $15.04 worth of gasoline and left without paying for it. The investigation continues.
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An incident of domestic violence and harassment occurred March 24 in Snyder Township.
PA State Police were called to the residence of Stephen and Heidi Ray. The Ray’s were in an active argument that turned physical. The victims included Heidi Ray, age 24, and the following individuals who went to her assistance who Stephen Ray allegedly started to fight with: Kevin Wayne Fink, age 20, Benjamin Richard Fink, age 19, and Thomas James Morgan, age 24, all of Tyrone.
Stephen Ray, age 31, was arrested for four counts of harassment and charges have been filed at the office of Magisterial District Judge Fred Miller.
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An incident of disorderly conduct occurred at Snappy’s in Snyder Township on April 3.
PA State Police report that Matthew Woomer, Age 19, of Tyrone, and William Fritz, age 18, of Tyrone became engaged in a physical altercation at the above location. This resulted in food and news products being damaged at the store. This incident is still under investigation.
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An incident of simple assault occurred at Woodland Manor Townhouses in Tipton, Antis Township on April 5.
PA State Police report that Joseph Eyer of Warriors Mark was assaulted outside a residence following an argument. The investigation continues.
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PA State Police report that Stephen Ray, age 31, of Tyrone was charged with retaliation against witness, victim, or party and terroristic threats and other related offenses due to his actions against his neighbor, Melissa Anne Myers, age 19, of Tyrone on March 27. Myers had provided statements to State Police during an assault investigation which occurred on March 24. On March 27 Ray allegedly made threats in retaliation.
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An incident of retail theft occurred at Snappy’s in Snyder Township on April 15.
PA State Police report that a white female in a white vehicle pumped $6 worth of gas and drove off without paying for it. The investigation continues.
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An incident of simple assault occurred at Greentree Village in Snyder Township April 16.
PA State Police report that a 17-year-old juvenile male and a 15-year-old juvenile male assaulted a 12-year-old juvenile male. Charges are filed against both of the accused juveniles for simple assault through the Blair County Juvenile Probation Office.
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A harassment incident occurred at various times in April 2007 at Sunrise Court in Antis Township.
PA State Police report that unknown actors set up a myspace web page featuring the victim, a juvenile female, and her personal information. The unknown actors also posted some vulgar language and false pretenses regarding the victim.
The investigation continues.
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An incident of propulsion of missiles and criminal mischief occurred along SR 550 in Snyder Township near the village of Nealmont on April 19.
PA State Police report that Shaun Endress of Tyrone was traveling south at the above location. His vehicle, a 2007 Peterbuilt Triaxle Dump Truck, was struck by an unknown object, causing minor damage.