Armstrong police reports
Published: Tuesday, June 15, 2010,
The following reports were issued by the state police:
PORTER (CLARION COUNTY) -- Citations will be filed against Brian W. Ochs, 46, of New Bethlehem after he lost control of his motorcycle while traveling south on Olean Trail at 7 p.m. Sunday and then fled the scene on foot.
YOUNG (INDIANA COUNTY) -- A 62-year-old female and a 16-year-old male, both of Shelocta, had a verbal altercation in a Union Road home, which escalated when the teen shoved the woman several times. A 15-year-old male, also from Shelocta, then became involved with the other male. The older teen sustained a laceration to the right cheek as well as some cuts to his right pinky finger. The other teen sustained a scratch to the left side of his neck. The 16-year-old was transported to Indiana Regional for medical treatment and was then taken into Juvenile Probation's custody. The other teen was released. Both teens were charged with simple assault and will be processed through Juvenile Probation.
VALLEY -- Stacey Beere, 43, of North Versailles was charged with theft after police say she stole a bottle of clonazepam from the residence of Joshua Mohney, State Route 85, Kittanning.
WEST FRANKLIN -- A 47-year-old female from Mineral Springs driving a vehicle on Route 422 was found to have been drinking. She was arrested for DUI pending results of blood tests.
COWANSHANNOCK -- Luke Ramer, 39, of Kittanning reported that someone smashed three windows on a trailer he owns. Any information can be reported to the state police at 724-543-2011.
RURAL VALLEY -- Billie Jo Kline, 30, of Kittanning was arrested and was charged with threatening to shoot Brenda Stennett of Yatesboro and assaulting Allen Beers, 36, of Rural Valley, Scott Stennett, 33, of Yatesboro and a 15-year-old from Rural Valley. Kline was arraigned by District Judge J. Gary DeComo and placed in the Armstrong County Jail on $5,000 cash or property bond.
PERRY -- Andrew David Harmon, 23, of Karns City was traveling north on Queenstown Road when he failed to negotiate a curve in the road, traveled of the east side of the roadway and entered a driveway on the property at 340 Queenstown Road. He drove about 35 feet and hit a utility pole, damaging the pole and the vehicle. He will be cited for driving on the incorrect side of the roadway, failing to notify police of an accident and accident involving damage to unattended property in District Court 33-3-02.
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