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Broke window
Between the dates of December 14-17, state police reported that someone shot a pellet or ball bearing into a window at the DelGrosso’s Park Accounting Office along old route 220 in Tipton, Antis Township. Consequently, the window was broken. Anyone with information is to contact PSP Hollidaysburg.

Hit and run
State police reported a hit and run crash on December 17 along Grazierville Road in Antis Township. The crash occurred as Stephen J. Nagy, 34, Tyrone was attempting to make a left turn into a private drive, when his vehicle was struck in the rear by an unknown person driving a red truck. The unknown driver left the scene without providing any information. Nagy was wearing a seat belt and was not injured.

On December 19, state police reported that two 13 year old juveniles were involved in an incident where one juvenile was assaulted by the other at the Bellwood-Antis Middle School. A citation was filed on the one juvenile for harassment.

Vehicle collision
State police on December 20 reported Harriet Fisher, 45, Tyrone and passenger Pamela Deeters, 46, Tyrone were driving along SR 4019 in front of Bickel’s Surplus Store in Antis Township when Fisher struck the rear of a northbound vehicle driven by Helen Lambe, 41, Duncansville, who was making a right turn into the parking lot of the store. The impact forced Lambe’s vehicle into a vehicle owned by Ralph Nebgen of Altoona, which in turn forced his vehicle into a vehicle owned by William Long of Clearfield. No injuries were reported. Fisher will be cited for following too closely.