On The Record

Brokenstraw Twp.

Crash. A Youngsville man received moderate injuries when a tree fell on the vehicle he was driving at about 4:55 a.m. Wednesday, June 25, on Dunns Eddy Road. According to Pennsylvania State Police, Jeffrey A. Pfoutz, 46, was driving north on Dunns Eddy Road approaching National Forge Road, when a tree feel from the west side of the roadway and struck the vehicle in the hood and windshield. The vehicle continued 345 feet after impact. Pfoutz was taken for treatment to Warren General Hospital by Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department ambulance.

Sugar Grove

Counterfeit. Pennsylvania State Police are investigating an incident involving counterfeit bills. According to police, two known females purchased items at Kwik Fill in Sugar Grove using three counterfeit $50 bills at 5:55 p.m. Sunday, June 29.

Theft. Police are looking for a suspect in a theft that occurred between 4:15 and 4:30 p.m. Sunday, June 29, at Kwik Fill in Sugar Grove. According to police, a white woman with long, curly blonde hair, wearing pink pants and a dark shirt, seen driving away in a silver car, is sought for questioning after a 23-year-old Warren man said the woman stole his wallet and cash after he laid them down and walked away. Anyone with information is asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police or Warren County Crime Stoppers.

Clarendon

DUI. Kenneth Arden Littlefield IV, 23, of Sheffield, was arrested on DUI charges after a crash at 2:02 a.m. Sunday, June 29, at Brown Avenue and Center Street in Clarendon. According to Pennsylvania State Police, Littlefield reached for his cell phone to answer a call and became distracted to the point that his vehicle crossed the opposing lane of traffic and struck a utility pole. Police said the pole was sheared in two pieces, and Littlefield’s vehicle continued moving until it struck a legally parked vehicle. Police said Littlefield was suspected of being under the influence of alcohol and taken to the Warren barracks for testing, where, according to police, a breath test showed him to be over the legal limit. Littlefield was charged through District Justice Laura Bauer’s office with three counts of DUI; careless driving; and other summary offenses.