The Blotter

Philipsburg state police
Police report state Route 220 in Taylor Township, Centre County, near the Blair-Centre County line, will be restricted to one-lane of travel beginning at 8:30 a.m. today while construction crews set up for the removal of an oversize load which crashed. For safety purposes, SR 220 will be completely shut down while the load is removed from along side the roadway and transported from the crash site.
The removal of the load is anticipated to take approximately 6-8 hours and the roadway will be completely closed approximately 1-2 hours. Motorists should expect extended delays or choose an alternate route.
Hollidaysburg state police
Police were called to the intersection of state routes 350 and 220 in Bald Eagle at 8:30 a.m. Monday to investigate an accident.
Police said an unknown motorists operating a truck pulling a mobile of modular home struck the driver’s side of Tyrone resident Mary Woomer’s 2001 Audi A-4 when it turned left from SR 350 onto SR 220.
Police said the truck operator continued northbound on SR 220. Police said the driver was most likely not aware that contact was made.
No injuries were reported.
Police are investigating an attempted arson that occurred along state Route 4025, at the intersection with township Route 736, in Antis Township at 12:45 a.m. Sept. 20.
Police said someone spray painted “BFK” on vehicles owned by Edwin A. Cherry of Tyrone and Kip L. Cherry, also of Tyrone. Police also said those responsible attempted to set fire to the vehicles by throwing bottles containing accelerants at them.
In total, police report that about $3,800 in damages was caused.
Police are continuing to investigate the incident and ask anyone with information to contact them at 696-6100.