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Cut battery cables
Over the night of December 7-8, Judy Diane King of E. Logan Street in Antis Township, told state police an unknown actor cut the battery cables on her vehicle. This is pending further investigation.

Alcohol related crash
State police reported a one vehicle accident on December 9 along SR 550, Warriors Mark Township. Jerry Taylor of Tyrone was traveling southbound on SR 550 when he lost control of his vehicle and struck a utility pole. Taylor was transported to Tyrone Hospital for treatment. He was wearing his seat belt and suffered minor injury. Alcohol was determined to be a factor in this crash. Charges filed with magistrate 20-3-01.

Throwing snowballs
According to a report from state police on December 10, four juvenile boys were throwing snowballs at vehicles as they drove down the road along SR 220, next to the Six Pack Shop in Snyder Township. All four juveniles were arrested for disorderly conduct. Two of the boys were 13-years-old, one was 11-years-old and one was 14-years-old.

Lost control
On December 11, state police reported an accident along SR 4031 (Back Vail Rd.) in Snyder Township. Ralph Miller, 47, Tyrone was traveling north on SR 4031 when he lost control on a curve, crossed over onto the west shoulder area, where his vehicle struck an embankment and rolled over. Miller was not wearing his seat belt and suffered no injuries.