State police reported that between the dates of April 4 and 7, James Gardner, 19, Tyrone, is believed to have entered a construction storage site, owned by Bryce Saylor and Sons in Antis Township, and removed industrial fans from a storage trailer. The investigation continues.
On August 16, state police stated that Gregory A. Miller, 33, Tyrone, was traveling along Watts Lane in Antis Township at a rate of speed which was too fast for conditions when he failed to maintain control of his vehicle while negotiating a left curve. Miller’s 2002 Chevrolet Blazer impacted with an embankment, and he was injured due to his failure to wear a seat belt. Miller was charged with DUI, seat belt violation, and other related offenses.
Theft by Deception
On August 19, state police said that an unknown male actor deceived Stefanie Lyn Bryan, 19, Tyrone, into giving him $140 for a bogus business transaction. The incident occurred at WalMart in Huntingdon. Investigation continues.
State police reported on August 22 that James Kaspick of Tyrone was traveling south along SR 4027 at Templeton Drive in Snyder Township when he suffered a medical condition. Kaspick left the roadway in his 1999 Dodge Dakota and traveled onto the east shoulder area where it struck a row of mailboxes and a fire hydrant. Kaspick’s vehicle then entered into a parking lot area where it then struck two parked cars and a house. Kaspick was transported to Altoona Hospital Trauma Center by ambulance for moderate injuries. He was wearing a seat belt.
On August 23, state police reported that Timothy Charles Eyer, 31, Tyrone and Andrea Dawn Bell, 28, Tyrone, entered into a domestic incident along Teaberry Street in Snyder Township. Eyer spit on Bell and she struck Eyer in the face with a closed fist. Both persons were cited for harassment at the office of Magisterial District Judge Fred B. Miller.