Po­lice in­ves­ti­gate gen­er­a­tor theft

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psp at lykens de­tail in­ci­dents

eLiZ­a­BetHViLLe — state po­lice at Lykens re­ported re­ceiv­ing 565 calls dur­ing the month of oc­to­ber.

in the crime divi­sion, po­lice said, there were 110 re­ported of­fenses with 101 de­ter­mined to be valid and 75 cleared re­sult­ing in 60 ar­rests.

in the pa­trol divi­sion, state po­lice in­ves­ti­gated 40 crashes and six hit- and- run crashes that re­sulted in eight in­juries and no fa­tal­i­ties.

Po­lice made 13 dUi ar­rests and is­sued 265 traf­fic ci­ta­tions and 107 warn­ing no­tices.

Driver swerves to avoid deer, crashes

mid­dLePort — state po­lice at Frackville in­ves­ti­gated a crash that oc­curred on route 209, just east of coal street, around 7: 30 a. m. tues­day.

Po­lice said theresa m. Har­ris, 52, of tamaqua, was driv­ing a 2006 chevro­let cobalt south when she lost con­trol along a right curve while swerv­ing to avoid a deer.

the woman’s car went off the road and struck a guide rail be­fore com­ing to a stop on the west berm fac­ing south, po­lice said.

Po­lice said Har­ris was not hurt but that, as a re­sult of the crash, she will be cited for not driv­ing on road­ways laned for traf­fic.

Fire­fight­ers from Kaska and mid­dleport as­sisted at the scene.

po­lice: med­i­cal prob­lem led to crash

PottsViLLe — Pottsville po­lice in­ves­ti­gated a crash in the 1700 block of West mar­ket street that was re­ported around 11: 40 a. m. thurs­day.

at the scene, in­ves­ti­gat­ing of­fi­cer Pa­trol­man Joseph Krammes de­ter­mined that a 66- year- old Pottsville woman was driv­ing a 2007 Kia sor- rento east on West mar­ket street when she ex­pe­ri­enced a med­i­cal prob­lem and veered into the park­ing area, hit­ting a 2016 chevro­let trax owned by a Pottsville man, a 2005 Ford F150 owned by a Pottsville man and a 2005 Jeep grand chero­kee also owned by a Pottsville man.

Po­lice said the woman was treated at the scene by schuylkill ems and then trans­ported to a med­i­cal fa­cil­ity.

the Kia sorento had to be towed from the scene due to dis­abling dam­age, and po­lice said the chevro­let trax sus­tained mi­nor dam­age to the rear driver’s side tire area.

in ad­di­tion, the Ford F150 sus­tained heavy dam­age to the rear pickup bed and mi­nor dam­age to its front bumper while the Jeep grand chero­kee sus­tained mi­nor rear end dam­age.

Pottsville fire­fight­ers as­sisted at the scene.

2 ve­hi­cles dam­aged in pottsville crash

PottsViLLe — a crash that oc­curred in the 1300 block of West mar­ket street around 4 p. m. tues­day was in­ves­ti­gated by Pottsville po­lice.

Po­lice said Pa­trol­man Joel methven de­ter­mined that a 50- year- old Pottsville man was driv­ing a 2000 Pon­tiac east when he at­tempted to stop for slowed traf­fic in front of him.

Wet road con­di­tions slowed the ef­fec­tive­ness of the stop­ping ma­neu­ver and the man then tried to pull to the right where there was an open spaced area.

Po­lice said the ve­hi­cle be­gan to turn when the front struck the back of a 2015 Buick en­clave be­ing driven by a 62- year- old Pottsville woman.

the Pon­tiac sus­tained dis­abling dam­age to the front and had to be towed from the scene, po­lice said, adding that the Buick sus­tained mi­nor dam­age.

the woman was eval­u­ated at the scene by schuylkill ems but did not re­quire trans­port to a med­i­cal fa­cil­ity.

Pottsville fire­fight­ers as­sisted at the scene.

aUBUrN — state po­lice at schuylkill Haven are in­ves­ti­gat­ing the theft of a gen­er­a­tor that oc­curred on Pue­blo drive in Wayne town­ship some­time on July 14.

Po­lice on Wed­nes­day re­leased in­for­ma­tion say­ing that some­one re­moved a blue and sil­ver duro max gaspow­ered gen­er­a­tor model XP4400e from the side of a res­i­dence and fled the area.

any­one with in­for­ma­tion is asked to call po­lice at 570754- 4600.

Fight over drone leads to threat

Wi­coNisco — a 37- yearold Wi­conisco man was ar­rested by state po­lice at Lykens on threat charges af­ter an in­ci­dent at 516 Pottsville st. in Wi­conisco town­ship, dauphin county, around 3: 15 p. m. sept. 27.

Po­lice said thurs­day that Bran­don Keis­ter be­came in­volved in an ar­gu­ment over the use of a drone with richard Wolff, 35, also of Wi­conisco, dur­ing which Keis­ter pointed a weapon, later de­ter­mined to be a BB gun, at Wolff.

Keis­ter will have to an­swer to the charges against him be­fore mag­is­te­rial dis­trict Judge re­becca J. margerum, eliz­a­bethville.

busi­nesses cited for liquor vi­o­la­tions

aL­LeN­toWN — seven area busi­nesses have been cited by the Penn­syl­va­nia state Po­lice Bureau of Liquor con­trol en­force­ment for var­i­ous in­frac­tions of the state Liquor Law.

Lit­tle run so­cial club inc., 266 mid­dle creek road, Box 32, tre­mont town­ship; fail- ing to main­tain com­plete and truth­ful records cov­er­ing the op­er­a­tion of a li­censed busi­ness for a pe­riod of two years.

Yockos LLc, 18 N. delaware ave., min­ersville; sell­ing or fur­nish­ing al­co­hol to a mi­nor on aug. 25.

Pick a deli six Packs to go LLc, 419 s. cen­tre st., Pottsville; sell­ing or fur­nish­ing al­co­hol to a mi­nor and not be­ing a bona fide restau­rant by fail­ing to main­tain suf­fi­cient seat­ing.

Key­stone so­cial club inc., 58 s. Fourth st., Ham­burg; pos­sess­ing or op­er­at­ing gam­bling de­vices and al­low­ing gam­bling or lot­ter­ies, pool sell­ing or book­mak­ing on a li­censed premises and of­fer­ing or giv­ing liquor as a prize.

deer Lake and West Brunswick town­ship Fire com­pany No. 1, 1 ash road, deer Lake; fail­ing to main­tain com­plete and truth­ful records cov­er­ing the op­er­a­tion of a li­censes busi­ness for a pe­riod of two years con­cern­ing the small games of chance act, fail­ing to sub­mit an­nual re­ports to the state depart­ment of rev­enue re­gard­ing small games of chance, im­prop­erly ad­mit­ting in­di­vid­u­als into the busi­ness and fail­ing to main­tain records in con­form­ity with the pro­vi­sions of the Liquor code.

the coal mine tap room, 2 N. third st., Box 222, saint clair; al­low­ing mu­sic or other en­ter­tain­ment to be heard be­yond the prop­erty line of the busi­ness.

cres­sona Le­gion Home as­so­ci­a­tion, 1 Front st., cres­sona; pro­vid­ing con­tam­i­nated liquor and fail­ing to main­tain records in con­form­ity with the pro­vi­sion of the Liquor code.

each busi­ness can face fines of be­tween $ 50 and $ 1,000 for mi­nor vi­o­la­tions and up to $ 5,000 for more se­ri­ous vi­o­la­tions. an ad­min­is­tra­tive law judge can also man­date train­ing for the li­censee and im­pose a li­cense sus­pen­sion or re­vo­ca­tion.

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