Theft investigation

The Pennsylvania State Police is investigating the theft of several Dewalt drills, a Ryobi power miller, and a Workforce wet saw from a property at 192 James St. in North Towanda Township.

The theft took place between the evening of May 28 and the late morning of May 29. Police noted that no force appeared to have been used in the burglary. The total value of the items are $250.

PFA violation

An unidentified 30-year-old man from Towanda was arrested for a violation of an order of protection after Pennsylvania State Police responded to a Front Street location in Wyalusing on June 30.

Underage possession

Esther Greenland, 20, of Towanda, was arrested after being found in possession of an alcoholic beverage while being under 21. She was initially stopped around the intersection of Route 220 and Route 199 in Athens Township on June 14 for a moving violation, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Three vehicle crash

A Towanda man was charged with following too closely after Pennsylvania State Police said he caused a three vehicle crash around 1:28 p.m. on June 17 in Wysox Township.

According to police. Shayne R. Reimold, 26, was traveling west on the Golden Mile and was moving into the center lane to turn left when his 2019 Ford F150 struck a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado that had been stopped at a red light at the intersection of Ennis Lane. The Silverado was pushed into a 2015 Nissan Murano in front of it. Both the Ford F150 and Chevrolet Silverado were disabled and had to be towed from the scene.

The Wysox Fire Department and Fulmer’s Towing both assisted at the scene.

Theft

The Pennsylvania State Police is investigating the theft of a Stihl MS880 chainsaw, valued at $1,750, from a Boardman Road property in Windham Township sometime between June 17 and June 24. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police in Towanda at (570) 265-2186.

Two vehicle crash

A Canton man was charged with vehicle turning left following a June 24 crash at the intersection of Route 14 and South Avenue in Canton Township.

According to Pennsylvania State Police, Nicholas G. Willow, 19, was turning left onto South Avenue when his 2008 Ford Focus struck a 2019 Subaru Ascent. Both Willow and his passenger were not wearing seat belts at the time. They both reported minor injuries but refused medical attention. The Focus was disabled from the crash. Canton Fire and EMS assisted at the scene.

Trespass

The Pennsylvania State Police is investigating a report of a trespasser at a Chesapeake energy pad at 726 Wickham Falls Road in Monroe Township.

According to police, a black Chevrolet Avalanche was seen on the property around 4:08 p.m. on June 27, and a woman was observed on the hood of the vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to call state police at (570) 265-2186.

Livestock killed by dogs

Jason Vandervort, 18, of Warren Center, was cited by Pennsylvania State Police after dogs belonging to him that were running loose killed three chickens and injured three roosters on another township property on June 26.

PFA violation

An unidentified 66-year-old Rome man was arrested on June 28 following a report of a protection from abuse order violation, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Warrant issued for assault

A warrant was issued for the arrest of an unidentified 32-year-old Troy man after a reported June 27 assault of a female victim.

According to Pennsylvania State Police, the victim was choked to near unconsiousness and, as she attempted to flee, was punched in the face and body.

Prank calls

Three 13-year-old boys from New York – two from Spencer and one from VanEtten – were cited after Pennsylvania State Police investigated a series of prank calls in South Creek Township on June 3.

Wedding theft

The Pennsylvania State Police is investigating the theft of $1,220 in money and cards from a gift box at the June 8 wedding of two victims in Sheshequin Township.

According to police, $650 in cash that had also been taken, but has since been returned.