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by on March 07, 2019 9:59 AM

ROCKVIEW STATE POLICE

Police report that on Jan.7, during a traffic stop conducted on Runville Road where it intersects with Grand Slam Drive in Boggs Township, a strong odor of marijuana was detected. Suspected drug paraphernalia was located inside the vehicle and drug possession charges were filed.

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Police said an 80-year-old Philipsburg woman had an unknown person attempt to use her checking account on Jan. 26. Police are continuing to investigate.

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Suspected suboxone was found during an investigative cell search at PSP Rockview on Jan. 28, according to police. The investigation is ongoing.

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Police are trying to locate a North American Arms .22-caliber revolver that is missing in Rush Township. The revolver is stainless steel in color with rosewood grips and valued at $500. It went missing sometime Feb. 3-27. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

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After pulling over Rourke Struthers, 22, of Staten Island, N.Y., for a traffic stop on Interstate 99 in Spring Township on Feb. 10, police said Struthers was allegedly found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Drug possession charges were filed.

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Police report that Jennifer Salusky, 39, of Butler, allegedly attempted to send suboxone to her boyfriend, who is incarcerated at Centre County prison, on Feb. 11. Drug possession charges were filed.

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After stopping Keauna Beighle, 27, of Washington, for speeding on Interstate 99 in Spring Township on Feb. 16, police said they conducted a probable cause search and found 6 grams of suspected marijuana and a loaded Springfield XDM .45 ACP pistol. Beighle was charged with possession of marijuana and related paraphernalia and firearms not to be carried without a license, according to police reports.

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While traveling south on the Tyrone Pike in Rush Township on Feb, 23, Regine Fabien, of Virginia Beach, lost control of his vehicle and went off the east edge of the roadway, struck a ditch and overturned, police said. Fabien and a passenger were transported to Altoona Medical Center. Fabien was charged with speeding.

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Police responded to a head-on crash on the Tyrone Pike just south of South Mountain Road in Taylor Township on Feb. 24. Police reconstructed the scene of the crash using the State Police CARS unit. Police said that a driver was trapped underneath her seat as a result of the crash, and Port Matilda Fire Department, Tyrone Fire Department, Bald Eagle Fire Department and Halfmoon Towing assisted on the scene. The driver was taken to Mount Nittany Medical Center for a blood draw.

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Police said they found Aaron Park, 34, of Lock Haven, to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana at 11235 N. Eagle Valley Road, Liberty Township, on Feb. 27. Charges were filed.

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Police said that Dylan Shaffer, 18, of Bellefonte, stood guard outside the bathroom door and relayed information while David Gates, 39, of Bellefonte, removed a sensor light switch from the men’s room, tripping a breaker and causing the power to go out at Snappy’s in Milesburg on March 1. Gates was charged with criminal mischief and Shaffer was charged with criminal conspiracy to commit criminal mischief. The sensor light switch was valued at $20.

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While driving on Interstate 99 near mile marker 74 in College Township, police said that Donald Phillips, of Lock Haven, failed to notice a state police vehicle with its lights on and an activated traffic sign as police were responding to a crash. Phillips did not respond in time and lost control of his vehicle and struck a bridge rail, causing disabling damage. There were no injuries reported. Phillips was cited for speeding.

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Police cited a 17-year-old Rebersberg male in connection with a crash on Silverdale Road in Huston Township in which he lost control of his vehicle and struck a tree. Port Matilda Fire Company, Centre LifeLink EMS and Rich’s Amaco assisted on the scene. The juvenile male was transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center for injuries.

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A juvenile was charged with terroristic threats after allegedly threatening to bring a gun to the Philipsburg-Osceola Middle School on March 2. The juvenile was charged through juvenile probation and detained at the Central Counties Youth Center.

—Compiled by Vincent Corso

 

 



This story was produced by the staff at the Centre County Gazette. It was re-published with permission. The Centre County Gazette is a weekly publication, available at many locations around Centre County every Thursday morning.
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