The Blotter

Tyrone Borough Police investigated a suspicious vehicle sitting in the truck pull off beside the American Eagle Paper mill on April 5 at 6:15 p.m.
The investigating officer came into contact with Jennifer Treon of 617 N. 6th Street who was inside the vehicle.
Treon said her car had overheated and she was waiting for it to cool down. Officer Jeffrey Barr explained in his report he had seen the vehicle about an hour before parked behind a trailer in the truck pull off. He said Treon said she was waiting for her boyfriend to get off from work to come and assist her.
Officer Barr said he returned paperwork to Treon and advise her she could wait at the pull off if her vehicle was overheating to allow it to cool off.
Officer Barr then asked for Treon’s consent to search the vehicle and the woman agreed to it.
A white plastic container was found in the center console which contained one full packet of heroin, one needle and a spoon.
Treon was taken into custody and she was released on a misdemeanor waiver to her boyfriend.

State police offered little detail on a reckless endangerment incident on State Route 453 which happened on April 5 at 6:30 p.m.
Police said charges would be filed against a juvenile for reckless endangerment in regards to the matter.

Two teens were involved in an harassment incident at Greentree Village in Snyder Township on April 7 at 4:30 p.m.
The incident happened in the dining hall when 18-year-old Shane Cole Mundrinch and a 14-year-old juvenile were cited for allegedly pushing and threatening each other.

A 22-year-old Bellwood man was charged with harassment after a domestic incident on McFarland Road in Antis Township on April 7 at 10:55 p.m.
Scott Carl Evans was charged after he allegedly punched 19-year-old Dinene Krista Ford of Tyrone.

State police arrested a Bellwood man on a charge of retail theft for an incident which occurred at Mielnik’s Country Store on State Route 22 in Frankstown Township on April 9 at 6:30 p.m.
Gerald Leroy Hollabaugh III was accused of stealing $27 worth of gasoline. Hollabaugh III was charged with retail theft, a summary offense, punishable by up to 90 days in jail and up to a $300 fine, plus court costs.
A press release on the incident said if Hollabaugh III was found guilty or plead guilty, in addition to fines and costs, he’ll have to pay the $27 in restitution.

A Tyrone area man had an outboard boat motor taken from his boat which was parked at his residence on April 10.
Police said the incident happened at the residence of Thomas Calvin Kissell on Bell-Tip Road, approximately one mile west of Tipton. The suspect(s) in the case brought copper wire to the location and started a fire to burn the coating off of the wire. Police explained this has to be done prior to selling copper to a scrap metal company.

Two women were involved in a confrontation at 805 N. Cambria Street in Bellwood on April 10 at 5 p.m.
Police said 34-year-old Jennifer Ann Gensamer and 32-year-old Donna Marie Mitchell were involved in an argument that led to them pushing and/or punching each other.
Both women declined to have the other cited for harassment.