On The Record
Harassment. Warren City Police said on Aug. 9, Kathryn Steinkamp, 21, Warren was cited for Hassassment after officers received a report of an altercation between neighbors.
Domestic Dispute. Warren City Police said James Patrick, 34, Warren was charged on Aug. 9, with Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Harassment, Disorderly Conduct and Possession of Prescription Medication not Prescribed, after officers responded to a domestic dispute.
Indecent Assault/Harassment. Warren City Police said on Aug. 10, Richard Goodman, 27, Warren was charged with Indecent Assault and Harassment after a report that he made unwanted advances towards the victim.
Cited. Ashley Wojtkiewicz, 19, Warren, was cited on Aug. 13, for Confinement and Housing of Dogs and Rabies Vaccination required after a report was made that her dog attacked and injured another dog, according to Warren City Police.
DUI. Robert Machemer, 45, Warren was charged with DUI and DUI Highest BAC .16 percent or higher after he drove to domestic relations while intoxicated on Aug. 13, according to Warren City Police.
Simple Assault/Harassment. Warren City Police said on Aug. 13, Linsey Seyfang, 25, Warren was charged with Simple Assault and Harassment after police were dispatched to a domestic dispute.
Cited. Shawn Thornton, 35, Warren, was cited for following too closely after officers were dispatched to a two Car Accident at Pennsylvania and Market, according to Warren Police.
Collision. Corry Police said on Aug. 17, Robert James Beaumont, 46, Erie was traveling East on SR 4007 in his 2003 Honda Shadow Motorcycle, lost control as he was attempting to make a right turn onto SR 958. The motorcycle fell on its side at which Beaumont was thrown off and landed in the roadway, according to police. Assisted at the scene by Bear Fire Department and Panama Ambulance Services.
Theft. Corry Police are investigating an incident on Aug. 7, where an unknown person entered an unlocked vehicle owned by Darren A. Beattie, 46, Columbus, and stole its inspection sticker from the windshield, according to police. Anybody with information should contact the Pennsylvania State Police at (814) -663-2043.