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LOCK HAVEN — The Woodward Township Police Department investigated a case of trespassing that took place on Oct. 2.

The investigation continues.

LOCK HAVEN — A case of harassment was investigated by the Woodward Township Police Department on Oct. 2.


Story Highlights

  • Trespassing

  • According to police, someone trespassed on private property on Farrandsville Road in Woodward Township. The incident took place at 6 p.m.

According to police, someone found an unauthorized person in their yard on Lenape Trail. When told to vacate the premises, the person became verbally abusive.

The incident took place at 7:04 p.m.

Identity theft LOCK HAVEN — A case of identity theft was investigated by the Woodward Township Police Department on Oct. 2.

According to police, an unknown person opened an unauthorized bank account in someone’s name. The incident was reported at 6:15 p.m. The investigation is ongoing. Two-vehicle crash

BELLEFONTE — A two-vehicle crash was investigated by state police at Rockview on Sept. 28. According to police, a 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser being driven by a 16-year-old female was traveling along state Route 220 (South Eagle Valley Road) just Southwest of Country Lane. The Cruiser was traveling at speeds too fast for rainy conditions when it rear-ended a 2014 Land Rover Sport being driven by Kimberly Soltis, 46, of Snow Shoe.

MILL HALL — State police at Lamar investigated a PFA violation that took place along Creamery Lane in Lamar Township, Clinton County on Oct. 1. According to police, a 31-year-old Mill Hall man contacted a 28-year-old Mill Hall female via text message. The female had a PFA against the male. The violation was confirmed and the male was taken into custody. The male was taken to the Clinton County Correctional Facility, where he will await arraignment.

PFA violation Both units sustained disabling damage in the 7:57 a.m. crash and had to be towed from the scene by S&R Towing.