2013-09-05 / Police Reports

POLICE REPORTS

Trespassing On Bratton Road

A 39- year- old Three Springs area man told state police investigators he observed an individual using a road located on his Bratton Road, Taylor Township, property that is currently a point of dispute between landowners. The individual was last observed trespassing on the property on Sunday, September 1, at 4:16 p.m. Anyone with further information pertinent to this case should contact state police Trooper Hoover at 717-485-3131.

Two Accused Of Harassment

Two men have been charged with harassment through the office of Magisterial District Judge Wendy Mellott in connection with an incident along Woodside Drive. State police said John Dean McCartney, 65, of Willow Hill, and 26-year-old Mc- Connellsburg resident Brian Travis McCartney were charged after they were involved in an argument that allegedly turned physical. The harassment occurred on Friday, August 30, at 11:30 a.m. outside the C Building of Cardinal Glenn Apartments in Ayr Township.

Motorcycle Damaged

A 2009 Harley-Davidson suffered minor damage to its undercarriage while travelling along Interstate 70 on Friday, August 30. State police reported 42-year-old Brian G. Gallas of Schererville, Ind., ran over a piece of tire tread that was lying on the middle of the Bethel Township roadway at 2:02 p.m. Gallas was not injured.

Window Broken

A window at the Burnt Cabins Post Office along Grist Mill Road was damaged at 3 p.m. on Friday, August 29, by a small projectile, state police said. Anyone having additional information concerning this incident is asked to call state police Trooper Hoover at 717-485-3131.

Two Cited For Harassment

A 22- year- old woman from Three Springs along with a 26- year- old Mc- Connellsburg woman have been cited through Magisterial District Judge Devin Horne for harassment. The women, who were not identified by state police, were involved in a dispute that allegedly turned physical on Saturday, August 31. The 7 a.m. incident occurred at Leisure Living located at 29169 Great Cove Road in Dublin Township.

Guinea Pigs Stolen

A 17-year- old McConnellsburg boy is suspected of stealing two guinea pigs from 634 East Market Street in McConnellsburg Borough on Wednesday, August 21, between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. The guinea pigs are owned by a 33-year-old female from McConnellsburg.

Teen Accused Of Theft

Pennsylvania State Police in McConnellsburg investigated the theft of multiple passes to the Fulton County Fair on July 29.

According to reports, a 17-year-old McConnellsburg boy is accused of stealing the passes while completing community service between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. The passes were in turn sold to a 16-year-old female, a 21- year-old male and a 22-yearold female, all from Mc- Connellsburg. Charges against the juvenile have been filed through Fulton County Juvenile Probation.

Police Investigate Crash

An Arlington, Va., man was not injured on Wednesday, August 28, when his westbound 2005 Ford slid across Interstate 70 and into a guiderail. Twenty-nineyear old Jonathan S. Cousey was wearing a seat belt when the 6:45 a.m. crash in Bethel Township occurred. He will be cited for failure to drive on roadways laned for traffic, state police said.

Man Accused Of Writing Bad Check

An Everett, Pa., man has been accused of writing a bad check to L&L Auto Sales, McConnellsburg, on July 12. According to state police, Rick Allen Ramsey, 32, wrote a bad check totalling $5,963.50 at noon at the business located at 23098 Great Cove Road.

Vehicle Strikes Road Sign

Pennsylvania State Police in McConnellsburg investigated a single-vehicle accident along Waterfall Road on Tuesday morning, August 27.

Reports indicate the female driver, who was not identified by state police, lost control of her westbound 2006 Ford Escape while rounding a left-hand curve in the Dublin Township roadway. The vehicle ran off the road and it struck a road sign at 5:52 a.m.

Police did not indicate if the driver was injured but did note she will be cited for failure to drive on roadways laned for traffic. The vehicle was towed from the scene by Tin Man Towing due to windshield damage.

Return to top