JS Cheer Booster
treasurer allegedly stole from group
JERSEY SHORE - Unable to pay for her cable bill, Brenda Lynn Clymer used money she collected as treasurer for the Jersey Shore Cheer Booster Club to cover the expense, Tiadaghton Valley Regional police Det. Daniel Hull alleged in a criminal complaint.
Hull said the 41-year-old Clinton County woman has admitted she stole nearly $1,000 from the club, money she used "for her own personal use."
Clymer, of 1841 Sulphur Run Road, Pine Creek Township, allegedly stole $995 from the club between July 21 and Sept. 9, Hull said.
Charged with one misdemeanor count of theft by failure to make required disposition, Clymer has been sent a summons to appear before District Judge Jerry C. Lepley.
MILL HALL - A New York man who allegedly tried to steal anhydrous ammonia from Webb's Super Grow, 30 Pennsylvania Ave., Mill Hall, was also arrested for marijuana possession Saturday at 2:57 a.m., state police at Lamar said.
Anhydrous ammonia, a common material used to fertilize soil, is also used in the manufacturing of the illegal drug methamphetamine.
Joshua Todd Chrisler, 26, of Painted Points, will be arraigned in the near future.
ZION - Two Clinton County drivers were involved in a two-vehicle crash Thursday evening on Route 64 in Walker Township, state police at Rockview said.
Nicole Tenorio, 26, of Loganton, was driving her 2004 Volkswagen Jetta north and approaching the intersection near Zion, police said, when she failed to negotiate a slight turn to the right and veered into the southbound lane.
Tenorio's auto struck a 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer driven southbound by Lorraine Yearick, 60, of Mill Hall.
Tenorio suffered serious injuries and was flown to Altoona Hospital for treatment. Yearick was taken to Geisinger Medical Center for observation, police said.
BELLEFONTE - A one-vehicle crash occurred on Interstate 99 in Benner Township Saturday at 2 p.m., state police at Rockview said.
Police said Jeffery Haas, 43, of Renovo, was driving a 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer south when he changed from the left lane to the right lane and lost control of the vehicle.
The Trailblazer traveled off the road and crashed into a light pole.
A passenger, Jennifer Taylor, 29, of Renovo, was treated for minor injuries at Mount Nittany Medical Center. The driver and two passengers, a 4-year-old from Cross Fork and a 1-year-old from Renovo, were not hurt, police said.
WILLIAMSPORT - Carmen M. Ferrara, 43, of 646 Park Ave., Lock Haven, was arrested for driving while intoxicated Oct. 22 on Route 2104 in Williamsport.
Police said Ferrara committed a motor vehicle violation and was found to be under the influence of alcohol.
HOWARD - Somebody threw stones at a 2000 Oldsmobile sedan as the car was traveling west on Route 550 near Crestview Drive in Benner Township Friday, state police at Rockview said.
Police said the act resulted in several nicks to the windshield of the vehicle.
Route 120 crash
RENOVO - A two-vehicle crash occurred on Route 120 near Dry Run Road in Chapman Township Wednesday afternoon, state police at Lamar said.
Police said Albert F. Seybold, 28, of Renovo, was driving east and attempted to pass another vehicle, then tried to pass a 1998 Oldsmobile driven by James Costulas, 68, of North Bend. The Seybold 1998 Subaru Legacy struck the doors of the Costulas auto when Costulas was trying to turn left onto Dutchman Hollow, police said.
Seybold and Costulas both suffered minor injuries in the crash, police said.
FLEMINGTON - Somebody entered a locked trailer at 323 Wright St., and stole two $50 bills from a sock drawer Wednesday, state police at Lamar said.
Police said the trailer was owned by Robin Womeldorf, 47, and the cash was owned by Devin Womeldorf, 15.
LOCK HAVEN - Kevin Connelley II, 24, of Mill Hall, was charged with drug possession Friday morning, state police at Lamar said.
Police said Connelley was served a warrant and was found to have heroin, Suboxone and Hydrocodone in his possession at 300 Logan St.
DUNNSTOWN -A two-vehicle crash occurred on Route 150 in Woodward Township Thursday afternoon, state police at Lamar said.
Police said Glenn Ludwig, 30, of Lock Haven, was driving south and was unable to come to a complete stop in his 1993 Ford F150 before crashing into the rear of a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt driven by Nora R. Brungard, 65, of Lock Haven.
There were no injuries, police said.
LOGANTON -A two-vehicle crash occurred on Interstate 80 in Greene Township Saturday at 9:38 a.m., state police at Lamar said.
Police said William F. Simpson, 56, of Saugerties, N.Y., was driving east next to a 2010 International truck tractor driven by Joe M. Lewis, 51, of Arlington, Texas, when Simpson failed to maintain his lane of travel, crossed the double yellow lines and struck the truck.
The truck left the road and came to rest on its passenger side against the embankment.
Simpson's sedan came to rest facing north along the berm.
Both vehicles were towed from the scene, but there were no injuries, police said.
LOGANTON - Youhua Zhang, 44, of Beachwood, Ohio, crashed his 2003 Ford Taurus on Interstate 80 in Greene Township Saturday afternoon, state police at Lamar said.
Police said Zhang lost control of his car, which left the road and crashed into the guide rail.
There were no injuries.
CASTANEA - Daniel Zeigler, 31, of Hughesville, suffered a moderate injury Saturday at 5:03 a.m. when he crashed his 2003 Kia Sorento on Route 150 in Castanea Township, state police at Lamar said.
Police said Zeigler was driving east when his vehicle skidded off the ice-coated road and crashed into a guide rail.
The car sustained severe damage, police said.
MILL HALL - Dale Eugene Martin, 74, of Mill Hall told state police at Lamar his mailbox, valued at $25, was damaged by vandalism late Tuesday or early Wednesday at 781 Plunketts Run Road, Bald Eagle Township.
In another incident, Leo Philippe, 71, of Beech Creek, said his mailbox was damaged Tuesday at 2526 Laurel Run Road.
Screen door damaged
MILL HALL - The front screen door of a home at 88 Pennsylvania Ave., Mill Hall, was damaged by vandalism recently, owner Lisa Ripka, 36, told state police at Lamar.
Hit and run
LOGANTON - A hit-and-run accident occurred on Interstate 80 in Greene Township Wednesday evening, state police at Lamar said.
Police said Ali Aydogan, 49, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was driving in the right lane when the driver of the hit-and-run vehicle crashed into the front end of Aydogan's 1998 Honda Civic with the trailer.
The Civic sustained disabling damage, police said.
MILL HALL - Jazmine A. Little, 25, of Lock Haven, was cited for retail theft Sunday at 5:20 p.m. at Wal-Mart Super Center, 167 Hogan Blvd., Bald Eagle Township, state police at Lamar said.
Police said Little tried to leave the store with merchandise valued at $31.
WILLIAMSPORT - A Jersey Shore woman who has a history of shoplifting has been arrested yet again, this time at Wegmans, 201 Williams St., where she was caught allegedly trying to leave the supermarket with $159 worth of merchandise on Sept. 15, Williamsport police said.
Automatically jailed that day on a probation violation, Nicole Mira Sample, 25, of 410 S. Broad St., was arraigned the next day before District Judge Allen P. Page III on a felony shoplifting charge, and recommitted to the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail.