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by on November 07, 2019 10:37 AM


Police said they were contacted on June 3 regarding a suspicion that a 31-year-old Rebersburg woman was driving under the influence of drugs at Miles Township Elementary School.

Police said they arrested a 38-year-old Loganton for suspected DUI after she was stopped on Nittany Valley Drive near Elm Street in Walker Township on Sept. 28. Police said she showed signs of impairment and failed the field sobriety test. Charges are pending the results of a legal blood draw.

At 4:15 p.m. on Oct. 2 police were dispatched to Shady Dell Road in Worth Township to check the welfare of a woman after a third party expressed concern of possible abuse by the woman’s husband, according to police reports.

Authorities said when they arrived the woman answered the door and told police that she feared for her life, and she was quickly and covertly escorted from the house. She was granted an emergency protection from abuse order.

Police said the woman’s 68-year-old husband, of Port Matilda, was charged with two counts of simple assault and one count of terroristic threats, and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Adams voluntarily appeared for his arraignment and bail is set at $10,000 unsecured.

A Philipsburg man reported to police on Oct. 18, that his identity had been stolen and was used to activate a PayPal account that had a total of $2,807 charged to it, which he claimed he was not responsible for.

The man made a claim with the Federal Trade Commission for the fraudulent charge and it is investigating.

A truck rolled over onto its side because police said the driver, Arnold Arrazola, of Hollywood, Fla., was driving too fast along the right curve of exit ramp 161 of Interstate 80 in Marion Township. Arrazola was transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center by Bellefonte EMS for a suspected minor injury.

Police said he was cited for driving at an unsafe speed.

An Aaronsburg man had his personal information compromised to open up an account on Oct. 25, said police.

Tools and building equipment were stolen from an Oakwood and Ridgewood Drive location in Rush Township sometime between Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, said the investigating officer.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

Police said retail theft and shoplifting charges were filed against a 39-year-old Bellefonte woman after police investigated a series of retail thefts from Sheetz in Boggs Township on Oct. 31.

Rockview State Police conducted a saturation detail with other police forces in Rush and Worth townships and Philipsburg Borough on Oct. 28 and 29. As a result, eight individuals were arrested for drug-related violations, six warrants were served and 19 citations and 25 written warnings were issued.

Police said they seized methamphetamine, pills, marijuana, counterfeit currency and a rifle.

After being dispatched to West Sycamore Road in Snow Show Township at 3:03 a.m. on Nov. 3 for a welfare check, police said it was determined that a woman called police because Robin Fye, 29, of Moshannon, was allegedly drunk and yelling at the woman.

During the verbal altercation, police said Fye allegedly smashed the woman’s hand with the phone she used to call 911. Fye was cited for harassment with physical contact.


Vincent Corso is writer for Town&Gown and the Centre County Gazette.
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