On The Record

WARREN

Warren City Police reported the following recent incidents:

Drug Possession. On May 1, Colby Neel, 28, Warren, was charged with drug possession following a traffic stop.

Underage Drinking. Jamie Lee, 18, Warren, and Warren and Scott Saporito, 18, Warren, were cited for underage drinking after officers were called to a residence for a report that someone was passed out on the porch.

Accidents. On April 22, Christopher Hoffman, 19, Warren, was cited for accidents involving damage to unattended vehicle or property, following an investigation into a report that street signs had been purposely run down.

Leaving Unattended Child. On April 29, Heather Anderson, 25, Warren, was cited for leaving an unattended child in a motor vehicle, following an investigation.

Retail Theft. On May 10, Bobbie Rae Lemay, 19, Warren, was cited for retail theft after she allegedly removed $12.28 work of merchandise from Bilo without paying for it.

Simple Assault. On April 28, Zakary Alcorn, 22, Warren, was charged with simple assault following an incident that occurred at the Warren County Jail, where he allegedly assaulted another inmate.

Harassment. On May 4, Samual Borland, Jr., 37, Warren, and Kimberly Tomassoni, were cited for harassment after they allegedly assaulted two victims in a local establishment.

Curfew Violation. On May 3, Tracy Funkhouser, 39, Sugar Grove, was cited with a City Ordinance, curfew violation, after her underage was found to be violating the City of Warren’s curfew ordinance for the third time.

Underage Drinking. On April 29, Austin Deivert, 18, Warren, was cited for underage drinking after officers encountered him while walking home and could detect an odor of alcohol about him.

Harassment. On April 29, Casey Janson, 20, Warren, and Warren & Joseph Thompson, 26, Warren, were cited for Harassment following a physical domestic dispute at their residence.

DUI. On May 3, Michael Glotz, 63, Warren, was charged with DUI, DUI .16% or higher, and careless driving, following a report of careless driving.

PA State Constables reported:

Disorderly Conduct. At 9:45 a.m. on May 14, Robert Craig Thomas, 26, 102 6th Ave., Warren, was arrested on a bench warrant for disorderly conduct-unreasonable, and taken before Magistrate Carlson, and was released pending further court action.

Disorderly Conduct. At 10:15 a.m. on May 14, Brian J. Irwin, 22, Pennsylvania Ave. West, Warren, was arrested on a bench warrant for disorderly conduct, hazardous physical offense, and taken before Magistrate Lindemuth and remanded to Warren County Jail.

Pine Grove Twp.

Burglary. Warren-based state police reported that between 6 p.m. on May 4 and 8 p.m. on May 13, a white house belonging to Emily Steves, 30, on the north side of Perkins Ln., at its intersection with Cottage Pl., a burglary occurred, when an unknown person(s) entered into an unlocked garage and stole a 50cc yellow and black four-wheeler, unknown make and model. Anyone who has any information is encourage to contact PSP Warren or Crime Stoppers.

Clarendon Boro.

Fraud. Warren-based state police reported that at various times between April 29 and May 12, ongoing access device fraud was reported by Sheila J. Anderson, 52, Clarendon, when Jeremy L. Anderson, 29, Clarendon, stole the victim’s debit bank card and made several unauthorized ATM withdrawals totaling $903.50. After a brief investigation, the accused was taken into custody at approximately 5 p.m. on May 13 at his residence in Clarendon, without incident. The accused was arraigned before Magistrate District Justice Bauer on 8 counts of F3 access device fraud, and was remanded to Warren County Jail on $25,000 bail, with a preliminary hearing set for later this month.

Theft. Warren-based state police reported that between 11:30 a.m. on May 12 and 4 p.m. on May 13, a theft occurred when an unknown person stole a hot water heater valued at $400 from Robert J. Anderson, 31, Clarendon. Anyone with information is asked to call Warren PSP or Crime Stoppers.

Youngsville Boro.

Hit and Run. Youngsville Police Dept. reported that at approximately 7 p.m. on May 11, they were dispatched to a hit and run at 217 W. Main St. The caller stated that his blue Ford Ranger sustained severe to moderate damage when a red Ford Windstar van backed across W. Main and struck the driver’s side of the truck. The police have done an investigation and found that the offender is a known juvenile. Charges are being filed at Judge Lindemuth’s office.

Conewango Twp.

Theft by Unlawful Taking. Conewango Twp. Police were contacted on April 16 at 8:59 p.m. by the owner of Kinzua Auction located in Warren Mall. The owner stated someone had taken a Vintage Gumby Doll from the auction. During a police investigation and review of videotapes from the auction, police found Steven Germonto obtained and concealed the Gumby Doll without first paying for the item. Germonto is being charged with one count misdemeanor theft by unlawful taking, one count conspiracy to commit theft by unlawful taking and one count receiving stolen property. Danielle Vargas was located next to Germanto as he concealed the Gumby Doll. Vargas is being charged with one count misdemeanor conspiracy to commit theft by unlawful taking and one count conspiracy to commit receiving stolen property. All charges have been filed with District Magistrate Laura Bauer pending further court action.

Harassment. Conewango Twp. Police were contacted on May 9 at 7:00 p.m. by Cindy Pepper of Jackson Run Rd. for a report of a domestic situation. According to police, Pepper’s 14 year-old grandson grabbed a hold of her hand causing injury and also shoved her. Police will be charging the juvenile with one count summary harassment with District Magistrate Laura Bauer.

Traffic Violation/DUI. Warren-based state police were called to Wal-mart on May 12 at 10:50 a.m. for a crash in the parking lot. Upon arrival, police determined the Sandra Glotz, 48 of Russell, drove into the front of a parked vehicle. After making contact with the accused, police found Glotz to be under the influence of alcohol. There was no reported damage due to the contact between the two vehicles. DUI charges are pending in this investigation with District Magistrate Laura Bauer.

Limestone Twp.

DUI. Warren-based state police stopped Clifford Reese, 47 of Endeavor, on May 11 at 11:26 p.m. after he committed several traffic violations near the Warren/Forest County line. Reese was subsequently arrested for DUI.

Mead Twp.

Criminal Mischief. Warren-based state police were called to the residence of Marcia Spear, 76 of Clarendon, for an incident involving a damaged window. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police at 814-728-3600.

Pleasant Twp.

Criminal Mischief. Warren-based state police report between May 5 and May 6, someone intentionally backed a vehicle into the public restroom at Chapman State Dam causing damage estimated at $102.00. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Crimestoppers.

Pittsfield Twp.

Theft. Warren- based state police report between April 13 and May 8, someone took a 12-foot, flat-bottom, jon boat with hand-painted camouflage from an area near Andrews Run Creek without the consent of the owner, Joseph Lindstrom of Pittsfield. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Crimestoppers. A reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the parties involved in the theft.

Warren County.

Statutory Sexual Assault. Warren-based state police are investigating a report of a sexual assault that occurred between April 5 and April 13 in a wooded area behind Blair Service. According to the police report, Allen Burnett, 20 of Warren is charged with having sexual relations with the known 13-year-old juvenile female. Charges include statutory sexual assault (F), involuntary deviate sexual intercourse (F), aggravated indecent assault (F), and corruption of minors (F). Burnett was arraigned before District Magistrate Lindemuth and committed to the Warren County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail. The incident is currently still under investigation and further court action is pending.