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Identity theft
Between the dates of September 21-25, state police reported a checking account was compromised. The victim, Robert Alan Fuoss of Tyrone, found there were seven illegal transactions on his checking account. The amount of money stolen is approximately $600. Investigation continues.

Criminal mischief
Patricia Hollern reported to state police that one of her basement windows was broken overnight on September 26. The incident occurred along Sarah Drive, Antis Township.

Rock through window
State police reported sometime during the night of September 28-29, someone threw a large rock through the back window of a truck owned by John Hayes, RD 5, Tyrone. The incident occurred in the village of Tipton, Antis Township. Investigation is continuing.

Two vehicle crash
A two vehicle crash occurred along Golf Course Road, Tyrone Township, according to state police, when Jeremiah L. Blazer, 24, Altoona, was traveling along SR 1015 and failed to negotiate a right hand curve in the roadway and crossed over into the eastbound lane, striking a vehicle driven by Guy R. Fiore, 55, Altoona, who was traveling east. Fiore and his vehicle left the roadway along the eastbound berm and overturned after impact. Both drivers were not injured and were wearing their seat belts. The incident occurred on October 1.

Harassment
On October 1, state police reported a domestic argument at Woodland Manor, Apartment 2-4, Antis Township. Police state that Stephanie Lynn Taylor, 25, Tyrone, and Bradley David Taylor, 24, Tyrone, both alleged that the other punched or shoved the other during a domestic argument.