ON THE RECORD
Arrested. Warren County Sheriff’s Deputies reported arresting Tiffani Starr Czech, 34, Columbus, on August 15 at about 1 p.m. at her residence. She was arrested on a supervisor’s warrant issued by Warren County Adult Probation, who assisted in the arrest, for violation of probation. She was placed in the Warren County jail pending further court action.
Crash. Conewango Township police were called to a one-vehicle roll over on Preston Road in the curves on the south end on August 12 at 2:42 p.m. Curtis Phillips, Tidioute, lost control of his SUV, struck an embankent and rolled over. Three passenters were in the vehicle but only minor injuries were reported. Phillips was found at fault for driving too fast for conditions.
Criminal mischief. Warren-based state police reported that between 9 p.m. on August 13 and 4 p.m. on August 14 someone shattered the driver’s side window of a 2003 Jeep Liberty belonging to Randy Fiscus, Warren. Damage is estimated at $500. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police.
Pine Grove Twp.
Theft by unlawful taking. Warren-based state police rerported that between August 8 and August 11 someone removed a cerving table fromo a pavilion at Werner Park in Russell. The table was 4′ by 8′ plywood with pipe frame. Police said that the table has “WERNER PARK” in black nine inch letters across the center. A door at the park was also damaged. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police. The Werner Park Committee and Russell VFD are asking that the table be returned and no questions will be asked.
Sugar Grove Twp.
Harassment. Warren-based state police reported that on August 14 at 5 p.m. Freeman Mayberry, 53, Spring Creek, confronted Jeffrey Main, Sugar Grove, at Horner’s Junk Yard in Sugar Grove Township and hit him in the chest with a hammer. Mayberry will face a charge of harassment before District Justice Laura Bauer.
Firearm violation. Youngsville Borough police reported that David Rulander, 41, Warren, has been charged with a felony firearms violation. Rulander attempted to purchase a firearm at Watson’s Field & Stream in Youngsville last August, knowing he is not capable of purchasing or owning a firearm. The Pennsylvania State Police Firearms Division notified Youngsville police of the violation and, after an investigation, Rulander was charged.
Access device fraud. A Youngsville Borough resident reported to Youngsville police that on August 5, someone used his Visa check card and made two purchases worth over $700.00 in the Philadelphia area. Police are working with Northwest Savings Bank Security Department on the alleged incident.