POLICE REPORTS Two Charged In Altercation
Local Man Cited For Disorderly Conduct
A Harrisonville man will be cited for disorderly conduct after he caused “public inconvenience” by making “loud, unreasonable noise” at 120 West Walnut Street, McConnellsburg. The alleged incident involving Loren Andrew Barclay, 48, occurred on Sunday, April 28, at 4 p.m., state police reported.
Credit Card Information Used
Credit card information belonging to a 20-year-old Waterfall area woman was used to make several unauthorized purchases April 25 and 26. Anyone having further information pertinent to this case should contact state police Trooper Falkosky at 717-485-3131.
Multiple rounds of ammunition were shot into two vehicles parked in a field located at 641 Everetts Road in Thompson Township. State police said the mischief is believed to have occurred between 2:01 a.m. on January 25 and midnight on March 23. Victims include a 39-year-old male from Berkeley Springs, W.Va., and a 69- year- old McConnellsburg man. Anyone with additional information related to this case should contact state police Trooper Garner at 717-485-3131.
Kee-Ta-Quay Reports Mischief
Officials at Kee-Ta-Quay Construction in Hustontown reported damage to multiple vehicles and trailers parked at 230 Pitt Street in Taylor Township. The damage was incurred between 6:30 p.m. on April 23 and 4:45 a.m. on April 24. Anyone having additional information concerning this case of criminal mischief should call state police Trooper Piasecki at 717-485- 3131.
Three wooden directional signs in the shape of a donkey were stolen between 5 p.m. on April 20 and 8 a.m. on April 21, state police said. The signs were located near the entrance to the Farm of Peace located at 1212 Haven Lane in Bethel Township. Anyone with further information linked to this theft is urged to contact state police Trooper Garner at 717- 485-3131.
Chambersburg Woman To Be Cited
A Franklin County, Pa., woman is to be cited for careless driving following a two-vehicle accident along Great Cove Road on Saturday, April 27.
According to state police reports, a southbound 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe driven by Maxine C. Phillips, 61, of Chambersburg, crossed the centerline of the Ayr Township roadway and struck the driver’s side of an oncoming 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 operated by Kenneth S. Beall, 52, of Woodsboro, Md.
The impact caused Beall’s truck to spin sideways and come to a rest blocking both lanes of travel. Both vehicles suffered major damage and were towed from the 8:14 a.m. accident scene near the intersection of Whipporwill Lane.
Both drivers were wearing seat belts and were not injured. State police were assisted on the scene by Scott’s Towing and Mc- Connellsburg fire and EMS.
Two men are being charged by state police in connection with an altercation at 8247 North Valley Road in Wells Township.
According to state police reports, Perry E. Wright, 47, of Robertsdale, is accused of grabbing a 23-year-old Wells Tannery man by the throat during an 11 a.m. argument on April 14. Police added Michael J. Kaminsky, 23, of Wood, attempted to break up the altercation by firing several rounds from a handgun into the air.
Wright is being charged with harassment through the office of Magisterial District Judge Devin Horne, while Kaminsky faces charges of disorderly conduct.
Crystal Spring Woman Arrested For DUI
A Crystal Spring woman was placed under arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol following a traffic stop along South Valley Road.
State police reported Jill Z. Wallace, 51, was pulled over near the intersection of Lincoln Highway on April 15 for an alleged traffic violation at 8:52 p.m. Wallace was arrested for drunk driving and transported to Fulton County Medical Center for blood testing. Charges will be filed through Magisterial District Judge Carol Jean Johnson.
Man Charged With Retail Theft
A 43-year- old McConnellsburg man faces charges of retail theft in connection with an incident at the Dollar General Store on Friday, April 26. State police said Shaine Alan Prudhomme was allegedly shopping in the store at 6 p. m. Charges against Prudhomme will be filed through Magisterial District Judge Wendy Mellott.
Three Springs Man Accused Of Harassment
Pennsylvania State Police in McConnellsburg have accused a Three Springs, Pa., man with harassment in connection with an incident at 136 Birch Drive, McConnellsburg.
Police alleged Travis Kling, 33, assaulted a 21-yearold Three Springs woman during a child custody dispute on April 27 at 7:09 p.m. The victim suffered minor injuries to her left wrist and bicep. Charges will be filed through Magisterial District Judge Devin Horne.
Van Strikes Deer
A 2011 Dodge Caravan became disabled when it struck a white-tailed deer along Lincoln Highway on Tuesday, April 23.
Pennsylvania State Police reported the 7:56 a.m. accident occurred while Robert L. Vores, 65, of McConnellsburg rounded a curve in the Brush Creek Township roadway. Vores struck the deer with the van’s front end. Vores was wearing a seat belt and was not injured.
Needmore Man Faces Drug Charges
A Needmore man is accused of drug possession and possession with intent to deliver following a traffic stop by the Pennsylvania Game Commission last November.
Dylan Eugene Lininger, 22, is charged through Magisterial District Judge Devin Horne with one count each of unlawful possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, possession of a small amount of marijuana, the use or possession of drug paraphernalia, taking or possession of game or wildlife, unlawful devices and methods, loaded firearms in a moving vehicle, unlawful acts concerning licenses, use of lights while hunting and restrictions on recreational spotlighting.
According to an affidavit of probable cause filed in the case dating back to November 17, 2012, Lininger was an occupant in a vehicle observed by an “aerial unit” in Licking Creek Township spotlighting after hours. A search of the vehicle near the intersection of Llama and Black Bear roads revealed 14 knives, a Mag light, a rifle and ammunition, a fresh pair of skull capped antlers and multiple bags of suspected marijuana.