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An incident of criminal mischief occurred at the intersection of Old Route 220 and Cold Spring Road in Snyder Township, between June 25 and June 26.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that unknown actor(s) arrived at Fuoss Used Cars at the above date. Using a hard object, the actor(s) smashed two windows inward on a 1998 Dodge Neon sedan.
Damage amount is $400. No other vehicles at the car lot were damaged.
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A two vehicle accident occurred along Old Route 220 in Antis Township, June 26.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Robert Bush, age 85, pulled out from the Martin’s Grocery Store parking lot and struck Kristen Twigg, age 21, as she was traveling southbound on Old Route 220.
Neither driver or the passenger in Bush’s vehicle, Verna Bush, were injured. All involved were wearing their seat belts.
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A one vehicle accident occurred along SR 550 in Warriors Mark Township, June 27.
Huntingdon State Police report that Paul Smith, age 58, of Warriors Mark was traveling north on SR 550. He lost control of his vehicle and traveled off the roadway causing his vehicle to crash into a tree.
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An incident of criminal mischief occurred along SR 1013 (Sinking Valley Road) in Tyrone Township, June 27.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that after a 1996 Plymouth Neon, owned by Bobbette L. Snowberger, became disabled along the above roadway, unknown actor(s) preceded to damage the left rear tail light and left rear quarter panel.
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An incident involving terroristic threats occurred along 2025 Parkway Drive in Antis Township, June 27.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Philip James Pfahler, age 51, of Altoona allegedly put a knife to the throat of Mary Alice Pfahler, age 51, of Altoona and threatened to cut her.
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An incident of criminal trespass occurred along Sinking Valley Road in Tyrone Township, June 27.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Jennifer Faith came home and found a white female, approximately 30 to 40 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches tall, approximately 150 pounds, and strawberry blonde hair fleeing from her residence.
The actor drove a black Jeep Liberty, with off road lights on the roof, and stickers on the rear tailgate.
The actor left her shoes at the victim’s residence.
Anyone with information is asked to call Hollidaysburg State Police at 696-6100.
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A one vehicle accident occurred along SR 453 in Snyder Township, just south of Tyrone Borough, June 28.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Gregory Walker, age 19, of Huntingdon was traveling south on SR 453. He traveled off the roadway to the right, due to excess speed for the existing wet roadway and weather conditions.
He struck an embankment causing initial impact and moderate damage to the right front of his vehicle.
Walker is being charged with a summary Pennsylvania vehicle code violation.
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An ATV was stolen along SR 4027 in the Grazierville area of Snyder Township, between June 28 and June 29.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that unknown actor(s) removed a Honda TRX400, red in color with black trim from the Unlimited Cycle Center.
The ATV is valued at $4,000.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Hollidaysburg State Police at 696-6100.
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An incident of criminal mischief occurred along Creamer Lane in Antis Township, June 30.
Hollidaysburg State Police report that Valerie Fleck of Altoona arrived at Richard Campbell’s residence and an argument occurred. Fleck then allegedly threw two rocks through a kitchen window of Campbell’s residence.