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Theft by deception

BELLEFONTE – Rockview State Police have investigated a deception theft that took place along Runville Road in Boggs Township, Center County.

Police say someone used fraudulent bank checks from the account of an 89-year-old woman in Boggs Township to steal $ 15,118. The checks were used between April 20 and October 4, police said.

Through an investigation, it was determined how the person obtained the checking account information.

Two vehicle accident

WILLIAMSPORT – Montoursville State Police have been called to the scene of an October 4 accident involving two vehicles in Limestone Township, Lycoming County.

Police said a 2004 Ford Explorer driven by 84-year-old Dale Michael of Jersey Shore was heading east along National Highway 44 in Limestone Township, Lycoming County. Police said Michael was turning on Little League Road when his vehicle was struck by a 1998 GM Sonoma driven by Edward Lyon, 86, of Jersey Shore.

The damage was extensive in the 5.36 pm accident. No injuries were reported.

Hit and run

BEECH CREEK – Rockview State Police investigated an accident on October 4.

Police said a driver was traveling westbound along Railroad Street in Liberty Township, Center County, when he exited the roadway and struck a utility pole. The unknown vehicle then returned to the road and fled. The accident was reported at 4:42 p.m.

The investigation is ongoing.

Violation of the PFA

LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP – Montoursville State Police investigated an ATP violation on September 28.

The victim, a 39-year-old woman from Jersey Shore, told police she received a text from a third party regarding the suspect, who is being submitted to the PFA, police said.

The incident, which was reported at 6:55 p.m., is currently under investigation.

Drug paraphernalia

LINDEN – Drug paraphernalia has been discovered at a garage in Woodward Township.

Montoursville State Police were notified of Cramer’s Auto Body paraphernalia inside a 2006 Volkswagen Jetta.

The investigation is ongoing.

False unemployment claim

JERSEY SHORE – Montoursville State Police have received a report of a bogus claim for unemployment.

The victim, a 55-year-old man from Jersey Shore, informed police of the complaint.

The incident is under investigation.

Stolen property

LINDEN – Two catalytic converters were stolen from a 2000 Mercedes-Benz, according to Montoursville State Police.

Police say the catalytic converters belonged to a 48-year-old Linden woman. The articles were taken between February 15 and September 19.

The items are valued at $ 1,400, according to police.

The investigation is ongoing.

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