July 7, 2011 RSS feed / Police Reports

Bicycle Found

A Rampage Thruster 2.0 bicycle was found at 618 East Market Street, McConnellsburg, on Saturday, June 18, at 5:13 p.m. The owner of the bicycle is asked to call the Pennsylvania State Police barracks in McConnellsburg at 717-485-3131. More...

Tractor-Trailer Driver Advised To Take Urine Test

Pennsylvania State Police in McConnellsburg informed a tractor-trailer driver he should submit to a urine analysis test within 24 hours of an accident that occurred along Interstate 70 last Tuesday. More...

Cited For Trespassing

Eighteen-year- old Mitchell Dean Divel, of Needmore, was cited by state police on Wednesday, June 22, for disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing. More...

Man Stopped By Local Police

A Hollidaysburg man was pulled over by Pennsylvania State Police from the Mc- Connellsburg substation last Thursday morning in neighboring Bedford County. More...

Vehicle Towed From Scene

A Needmore area woman fell asleep at the wheel of her eastbound vehicle last Friday morning, causing it to hit a guiderail and drive through a field off Fulton Drive in Ayr Township. More...

DUI Charges Pending

Charges of driving under the influence are currently pending against a Union Bridge, Md., woman, state police in McConnellsburg said. More...

Police Respond To Erratic Go-Kart

Pennsylvania State Police in McConnellsburg were dispatched to the area of East Market and North Second streets on Saturday, July 2, for a report of a go-kart driving erratically on the Mc- Connellsburg Borough roadways. More...

Two Charged With Harassment

Two McConnellsburg men face charges of harassment in connection with a reported disturbance at 634 East Market Street in Mc- Connellsburg Borough on Thursday, June 30. More...

Trailer Stolen

A 16-foot 2007 Carry On trailer with a wooden floor was stolen from 1642 Mountain Road, Warfordsburg, between 5 p.m. on June 17 and noon on June 29. The trailer, which has been valued at $1,500, had a registration plate listed as XDB6199. More...

Lightning Strike Injures Gettysburg Reenactors

GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) – A lightning strike at a camp of Civil War reenactors in Gettysburg has sent five people to hospitals. More...

Public Drunkenness Charges Filed

Charges of public drunkenness have been filed against 21- year- old Mc- Connellsburg resident Todd Peck in connection with an incident on Friday, June 24. More...

Two Injured In Wolf Hollow Road Accident

Two individuals suffered minor injuries during a single vehicle crash along Wolf Hollow Road on Tuesday, June 28, state police said. More...

McConnellsburg Man Charged In Hit-And-Run

A 26-year- old McConnellsburg man has been linked to a hit-and-run accident that occurred on Tuesday, June 28, along Lincoln Way West in McConnellsburg Borough. According to state police reports, Matthew D. More...

Teen Transported To UPMC Bedford

A 17-year-old girl from Hayes, Va., was transported to UPMC Bedford Memorial Hospital last Thursday afternoon after she was injured during a crash along Interstate 70. More...

Burnt Cabins Man Involved In Franklin County Crash

Twenty-one-year-old Mark A. Lutz, of Burnt Cabins, escaped harm during a singlevehicle crash in St. Thomas Township, Franklin County, on Tuesday, June 21. More...

Vehicle Window Broken

The driver’s side window of a vehicle belonging to a 22-year- old Harrisonville woman was broken between 10 p.m. on July 3 and 7:15 p.m. on July 4. The vehicle was parked at 138 Buchanan Trail West, McConnellsburg, when the mischief occurred. More...

Attempted Burglary Repor ted

A 49-year-old male told state police investigators burglars attempted to break into his home near the intersection of Melius and Great Cove roads on Monday, July 4, between 4:30 p.m. and midnight. More...

Hit-And-Run Vehicle Sought

State police in McConnellsburg are searching for the whereabouts of a vehicle responsible for a hit-and-run crash along Buck Valley Road on Friday, July 1. More...

Woman Arrested For DUI

A 20-year- old McConnellsburg woman has been arrested for driving under the influence as a result of a traffic stop along Third Street. More...