Theft. Warren-based state police reported that at 5 p.m. Tuesday David Hoffman, 61, Tidioute, allegedly cut the wire on a coyote trap belonging to Scott Lewis, 54, Tidioute, and removed it from its location. Police said Hoffman then disposed of the trap somewhere in the area of Deerfield Lane. Police said charges are pending for theft and criminal mischief through District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth's office.
Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a one-vehicle accident at 10 p.m. Jan. 14 on Route 62, a half mile north of Red House Hill Road. A 1995 Buick Regal driven by Jared Eisenbrown, Clarendon, was southbound was negotiating an off-set turn. Police said the vehicle drove across the oncoming lane onto the eastern berm, continued in a southeasterly direction for approximately 30 feet and struck a tree with its right front bumper. Police said the vehicle rolled toward the left as it continued in a southeasterly direction for approximately 12 feet, coming to rest on its roof facing south. Eisenbrown sustained minor injuries in the accident. Police said he was cited with careless driving.
Theft. The Tidioute Borough Police reported that between Jan. 14 and 15 in front of Miller's Newstand, someone with a Pepsi pop machine key entered the pop machine and removed between $40 and $50. Police said no damage was done to the machine. Police said anyone who has an outside pop machine should remove the money daily.