On The Record

Conewango Twp.

Crash. Warren-based police said on July 23, at 10:30 am. Taylor Plaskett, Randolph, N.Y., was operating a 2007 Mitsubishi sedan , traveling westbound attempting to turn south onto Yankee Bush Road when she turned into the path of Robert McKee, Warren, who was traveling east on Route 6 in a 1995 Ford truck. Both vehicles sustained heavy front end damage. According to police both occupants were treated at the scene by Youngsville FD, Starbrick FD and Emergycare for complaints of pain. Plaskett has been cited for vehicles turning left.

Retail Theft. Warren-based police said on July 23, at 1:20 pm. Walmart Loss Prevention observed Carolyn Dickson, Warren, conceal $35 worth of merchandise into a shopping bag and attempt to leave the store without paying for the merchandise. Charges have been filed with District Justice Laura Bauer’s Office.

Crash. Warren-based police said on July 11, 6:54 am. officers were dispatched to Jackson Run Road for a motor vehicle accident. Briyon Edling, Warren, was traveling eastbound on Jackson Run and rear-ended an Amish Buggy carrying 3 people. All three people were injured and transported to Warren General Hospital for treatment of injuries of different degrees. Several traffic citations have been filed with District Justice Laura Bauer’s Office according to police. North Warren Volunteer Fire Department and Emergycare assisted at the scene.

Columbus Twp.

Indecent Exposure. Warren-based police said on July 18, at 11:00 pm. Vincent Jay Puckley, 46, Columbus, was accused of exposing himself to several people in the area. Puckley was intoxicated and disrobed in the view of the public, according to police. Charges were filed in the District Court according to police.

Youngsville

Firearms Violation. Bradley Dale, 19, Youngsville, was taken into custody by Youngsville police after they responded to the Dollar General Store for a retail theft in progress on July 18, at 6 pm. When an officer approached Dale in the parking lot, he became agitated and attempted to break free from the officer, police said. When he was taken into custody police recovered a stolen, concealed and loaded 9mm semi-automatic handgun, three magazines with 29 rounds of ammunition from his person, police said. He also had a drug paraphernalia and several stolen items from the Dollar General, police said. He was arraigned before District Judge Laura Bauer for firearms not to be carried without a license, resisting arrest, retail theft and drug paraphernalia. He was placed in the Warren County Jail with bail set at $5,000.

Retail Theft. Nicholas Dale, 22, Youngsville, was taken into custody on July 18, at 6 pm. for retail theft. He entered the Dollar General Store and stole two bottles of Vaseline lotion and two packs of lip balm. He was given a nontraffic citation by Youngsville police and later released. Youngsville Police were assisted by the PA State Police.