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Tires punctured
State police reported between the dates of October 23-27, Windy Hill Furniture Company told police that a truck owned by them that was sitting at the intersection of SR 453 and Sinking Valley Road, Tyrone Township, had its two front tires punctured.

Corruption of minor
Between the dates of August 8 – November 11, state police reported an incident within Antis Township occurring as a known female suspect engaged in a relationship with a known 17-year-old juvenile female from Tyrone. The details of the relationship are under investigation at this time. This investigation is continuing.

Collision
On November 7, state police reported an accident along SR 4027 at the Grazierville Exit of SR 99, Antis Township. Fred Jacob Brooks, 19, Tyrone was following James William Franchio, 60, Tyrone going south on SR 4027. Franchio stopped for traffic and Brooks did not notice, therefore resulting in Brooks rear-ending Franchio’s vehicle. Both drivers and Franchio’s wife Linda, a passenger, were wearing seat belts. No injuries were reported.

Terroristic threats
State police reported a crime of terroristic threats on November 11 at the St. Joseph’s Institute in Taylor Township. A known male employee was aggravated with work and appeared to be under the influence of an unknown substance. The known male subject was told to go home and he then became irate. The subject used the telephone to contact another person. Another employee overheard the conversation and heard the suspect relaying to that person he was going to harm Michael Campbell, 54. Investigation is continuing.