Hit and Run. Tidioute police said sometime between 9:45 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. on Sept 13, an unknown driver in a unknown white vehicle struck a legally parked truck belonging to Randall Knight of St. Stephen, S.C. while it was parked in front of his summer home at 22 First St. doing moderate damage to the driver side door. If anyone has any information contact Tidioute Borough Police.
Harassment. Conewango Township Police said on Aug. 28, Michele Kent, 4626 Follett Run Road, was arrested after she allegedly struck her husband in the face causing a minor laceration. Police said Kent was placed in the Warren County Jail by Warren County Adult Probation. A non-traffic citation has been filed with District Justice Laura Bauer's Office. Pennsylvania State Police assisted at the scene.
Theft. Conewango Township Police said on Sept 13, Kayla Macalush reported her wallet was stolen after it was misplaced at the Walmart shopping center. Her wallet is Zebra Print with pink trim and contains identification, cash, and various documents. Anyone with information is asked to please contact township police at 814-726-0725.
Theft. Warren based-police said between Aug. 28 and Sept 10, at 65 Steeler Lane, someone removed three rings with an estimated value of $6,092 from the area of the victim's bedroom. Anyone having information pertaining to this investigation is asked to contact Warren police or Warren County Crimestoppers.
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Crash. Warren State Police said Kurtis Groves, 22, was driving west on Priest Hollow Road, Saturday, when, upon entering a right-hand curve, his vehicle continued traveling west off the roadway on the southern shoulder. Groves' vehicle traveled about 75 feet before striking a tree with its front bumper. According to police Groves fled the scene without reporting the crash.
Drug paraphernalia. Warren-based state police said John M. Childs, 18, Warren, was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop on Route 62 in Pleasant Township on Thursday, Sept 12. Charges were filed through District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth.