On The Record
Theft. Corry-based state police said between April 1 and 2 and between the hours of 9:30 p.m. and 8 a.m. someone arrived at the residence of Richard Alonza Bunce, 57, Market Street, Corry, and removed one Minn Kota 12 volt electric trolling motor, black in color, valued at approximately $50. The stolen item had been left in front of Bunce’s residence, as it was being offered for sale as part of a yard sale. The unknown person then fled the scene undetected in an unknown direction by unknown means. Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP Corry.
PFA Violation. Warren-based state police said on April 6, at 2 a.m. A known female victim, 20, Sheffield, came to the state police to report that her ex-boyfriend, Kyle Kitchel, 20, Warren, has been texting and calling her and there is an active PFA between Kitchel and the victim. While the victim was on station at state police, Kitchel came to police to turn himself in for the PFA Violation. Kitchel was taken into custody and arraigned in front of MDJ Carlson. Bail was set at $25,000 and Kitchel was transported to Warren County Jail.
Accident. Youngsville Borough Police report that on Friday, March 28, at approximately 12:31 p.m. a motor vehicle crash occurred at the intersection of Route 6 and Thatchers Lane in Youngsville when a 2010 Jeep operated by Randall York, 55, of Sugar Grove, collided with a 2013 Kia operated by Amanda Baine, age 32 of Corry. York was attempting to enter Route 6 while Baine was making a legal left turn off of Route 6 onto Thatchers Lane when York’s vehicle struck the driver’s door of Baine’s vehicle. Baine’s vehicle was towed from the scene and she and an infant child were transported to Warren General Hospital for minor injuries. York was charged with a stop sign violation and charges have been filed with District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth’s Office.
Disorderly Conduct. A 15-year-old student at Youngsville High School is being cited for disrupting his class on March 25. Youngsville Borough Police said the student flipped over a desk and threatened to punch other students while they were working on an assignment together. Charges have been filed with District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth.
Assault. A Youngsville Police officer was requested to a local business store parking lot to assist two female staff members from a treatment facility who were being physically assaulted by a juvenile subject inside a motor vehicle. The subject was restrained and transported to their facility without any further altercation.
Harassment. The parent of a 16-year-old female from Sheffield reported to Youngsville Police that her daughter is being harassed in school by another student. Police are still investigating this incident.