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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Area Police Reports:

From Coudersport-based State Police:

At around 10:30 Tuesday night in Roulette, someone in a red car similar to an older style Camaro, Trans Am or Firebird drove off Main Street, broke a bush at 197 Main and left tire markings in the grass.

Between noon on Saturday and 7:30 Sunday morning someone accessed the Verizon Wireless account of 41-year-old Tammy Bice of Ulysses and added three additional phone lines.

63-year-old Michael Barto of Lilitz facing a summary charge of Control of Alarm Devics after police went to a property he owns in Sweden Township at just after 9 o'clock Monday night and found the house was secure with no signs of intrusion. This was the fourth false alarm in a year.

Sometime between December 15 and March 13 someone damaged plywood siding on a hunting shed owned by 88-year-old Lewis Eccher on Town Line Road in Eulalia Township.

From Emporium-based State Police:

Someone took numerous lengths of scrap corrugated pipe from the Portage Township Cemetery on Gardeau Road, about half a mile west of Route 155 sometime between 6 o'clock Sunday evening and 9 o'clock Tuesday morning.

50-year-old James Gleason of Emporium is accused of slapping 45-year-old Yvonne Gleason in the face during an argument at around 3:30 Sunday morning in their home. Charges are pending.

St. Marys City Police:

Lorraine Kriz is charged with retail theft after allegedly taking merchandise of its packaging at Rite Aid at 6 o'clock Saturday evening at putting in her purse.

Robert Pearsall will be charged with criminal mischief for throwing a cell phone at a car owned by Donna Kimes of St. Marys and causing damage to the door. The alleged incident happened at 6 p.m. March 17.

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