BEECH CREEK - Pat McGhee, 672 Bridge Lane, between Bald Eagle Mountain Road and Route 150 in Beech Creek Township, suffered a loss of $6,000 due to roofing nails being scattered on his lane, state police at Lamar reported.
Tires on several of his vehicles were damaged for a loss of $4,500 by the nails placed between 4 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Thursday, police reported. Also, McGhee could not use his trucks for business the following day, resulting in a loss of $,1500. Anyone with additional information is asked to call the police at 726-6000.
CASTANEA - A Castanea man is charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct after an incident at his residence Saturday night, state police at Lamar report.
Jeremiah Jason Titus, 29, of 200 E. Keller St., Lot 40, allegedly became beligerent, and yelled and cursed at officers after they arrived to a reported 911 hang-up call at 10:50 p.m., police said. Police said Titus was also allegedly highly intoxicated. He was arrested and placed in the Clinton County Correctional Facility, police said.
TIG welder stolen
LOCK HAVEN - A Miller 200 TIG welder with an argon tank, valued at $4,000, were reported stolen from 10 Pine St. Friday at 2:24 p.m., city police report.
Police said the person or persons used a small pry tool to gain access through a locked door to the rear of the building.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 893-5911.
Hit and runs
LOCK HAVEN - Three hit-and-run accidents were reported in the city recently.
Ronald E. Strouse Jr., of 719 Woods Ave., told city police his 1976 Ford F250 truck was struck sometime overnight Friday while it was parked at his residence.
Courtney M. Mearkle, of Breezewood, told city police someone struck the driver's side door of her 1997 Nissan Altima while it was parked across from 572 S. Fairview St. sometime during the weekend.
Also, Gregory Hanley, of 4 N. Henderson St., told police someone hit his Ford truck while it was parked at his residence on Friday.
LOCK HAVEN - Lisamarie Roberto, 21, of Plymouth Meeting, and Kathryn Walker, 21, of Nicholson, were cited for open container violations after they were allegedly carrying an open container of beer along North Fairview Street at 12:55 a.m. Sunday, city police report.
LOCK HAVEN - Two cases of criminal mischief were reported in the city recently, city police said.
An unknown person threw a pumpkin against a storm window and broke it at 3125 S. Fairview St. between 1 and 1:30 a.m. Sunday, city police report. Damage was estimated at $25, police report.
Also, someone broke the passenger side mirror of a vehicle parked at the rear of 509 W. Church St. on Nov. 10, city police said. Damage was listed at $100.
LOCK HAVEN - Three vehicles were involved in a minor traffic accident Friday at 4:20 p.m., city police report.
Jacob Clay Neff, 21, of 909 W. Third St., told police his Kawasawki motorcycle was passing a 2008 Ford Focus driven by Janis Marie Johns, 60, of 418 W. Church St., Mill Hall, on Church Street when Johns' vehicle turned into his lane. His motorcycle then hit a parked car owned by Stephen and Jacqualine Hoy, of 1211 N. Hillview St.
There were no injuries, police said.
JERSEY SHORE - Two people recently pleaded guilty to summary offenses after borough police agreed to withdraw misdemeanor charges, according to court records at the office of Magisterial District Judge Jerry C. Lepley.
Susan L. Fladd, 49, of 115 N. Main St., and Shawn R. Krause, 41, of 152 Locust St., pleaded guilty to charges of disorderly conduct and public drunkenness. Each made arrangements to pay $443 in fines and court costs.
Police withdrew a third charge against the two of endangering the welfare of a child. The charges stem from an incident in which Fladd and Krause left a 7-year-old child along locked in Fladd's apartment on July 12, police said.
JERSEY SHORE - Brian F. Farrell, 27, of 243 N. Main St., made arrangements to pay $273 in fines and court costs after pleading guilty to a borough police charge of harassment, according to court records at the office of Magisterial District Judge Jerry C. Lepley.
As part of the agreement, police withdrew the more serious charge of simple assaut.
DUI, false reports
LAMAR - A Jersey Shore man is charged with DUI and providing false reports to police after a one-car crash on Nov. 6 on Interstate 80, state police at Lamar report.
Craig Allan Welshans, 48, of Noltee Hill Road, crashed his 1994 Saab sometime after 6:30 a.m. on Nov. 6 and fled the scene, police said. He was later apprehended at his residence by Porter Township and Jersey Shore police and taken into custody.
Police said he falsely reported his vehicle was stolen and he was not driving it at the time of the crash, police said.
Theft of services
LAMAR - Charges of theft of services are pending against an unidentified 56-year-old Mill Hall man after he allegedly deposited garbage into a garbage can in the McDonald's restaurant, along Nittany Valley Drive, Lamar, Saturday morning, state police at Lamar report.
The man allegedly exited his truck at 9:20 a.m. and deposited a plastic bag containing newspapers, horse manure and household garbage into the garbage can, police said. A McDonald's employee allegedly witnessed the incident and contacted police. The suspect was then questioned and released at the scene, police said.
Hit and run
MILL HALL - An unknown person driving a 2005 Ford F150 traveled off the right side of Lusk Run Road early Sunday morning, hitting several mail boxes, state police at Lamar said.
The truck then traveled off the left side of the road, went through guide rails and came to rest over an embankment and into the creek, police said. Police said the truck was disabled and their investigation is continuing.