On The Record


DUI. Warren-based police said on Dec. 17, at 8:04 p.m. Donald Lee Sturdevant, 57, Warren, was arrested for driving under the influence after being stopped for making a right turn on red where is was posted “No Turn on Red” at the intersection of Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue W. Charges were filed with District Justice Glenn Carlson.


Burglary. Warren-based police said between 5 p.m. Dec. 4 and 10 a.m. Dec. 5 someone forced their way into a residence owned by Paul Perri, Warren, at 28 High St. and took the following: Husqvarna 50.2 cc Farm Tough Chainsaw, Bosch 63-inch aluminum contractors tripod, Bosch 800-foot beam self-leveling rotary laser level, thermoheat 125,000 BTU kerosene forced air heater, Dewalt 5-tool 20-volt lithium ion cordless combo kit, Bosch 15 AMP. 10-inch table saw, Bosch 18-volt cordless jigsaw, Dewalt 7 AMP 2-blade planer, Dewalt reciprocating saw-corded, Bosch 2.25 HP router, porter cable 12 AMP belt sander, Dewalt 15 AMP 7 1/4 inch circular saw, Dewalt 6.5 AMP biscuit joiner, Bostitch 11.2 lb. pneumatic hardwood floor stapler, Dewalt 15 AMP 3 blade planer, Dewalt 12-inch compound miter saw, Hitachi 1.1 6-gallon air compressor, Dewalt 1.6 4.5-gallon 200 PSI air compressor, Paslode 7.2 volt cordless nailer, Paslode 16-guage 7.5 volt cordless nailer, Werner 26-foot aluminum telescoping ladder, Bosch rotary hammer, Werner 8 foot x2 3/8ths aluminum work platform. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Warren County Crimestoppers.

Conewango Twp.

Retail theft. Conewango Township Police said at approximately 8:20 p.m. on Tuesday an unknown male, described as medium/large build, walked out of Walmart without paying for two Dyson vacuums and a Kitchen Aid stand mixer. He then left the area in a dark-color SUV of unknown make/model. Total value of merchandise stolen is $844.82. Anyone with information is asked to contact the township police at 726-0725.

Hit and run. Conewango Township Police said on Dec. 18, at approxmately 3:20 p.m. a known individual reported that his vehicle was backed into while parked at Superior Tire causing damage to its hood and bumper. Police said a witness told them that the driver of the hit and run vehicle, Curtis T. Rundell, 20, Warren, stopped and observed the damage and then fled the scene. Police said Rundell was cited with accidents involving damages to unattended vehicle or property.