Police news – Sept. 24 | News, Sports activities, Jobs

Firearm stolen

FLEMINGTON – The theft of a firearm is under investigation by Lamar State Police.

The theft took place somewhere between September 5th and 19th on West Fourth Street in Flemington, Clinton County.

Police said an SCCY CPX-2 9mm firearm with a stainless slide and teal polymer frame disappeared in the glove compartment of a 2016 Chevrolet Cruze. Anyone with information about the theft is asked to contact the police at 570-726-6000.

The gun is valued at $ 279.


BEECH CREEK – A 23-year-old Beech Creek man was charged with molestation after allegedly pushing a 23-year-old Beech Creek woman multiple times during an altercation, Rockview State Police said.

Police said the incident occurred on September 7th along North Eagle Valley Road in Liberty Township, Center County.

Drug possession

BELLEFONTE – A preliminary hearing for drug possession is pending along Interstate 80 near the 1523 mile marker in Boggs Township, Center County, Rockview State Police said.

Sanford Hill, 31, of Toledo, Ohio, was pulled over for speeding on September 18 when a search for a probable cause found a small amount of marijuana in his 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt, police said.


BEECH CREEK – A molestation case was investigated by Lamar State Police on September 21st.

According to police, Amber Williams, 26, of Beech Creek and Jessica Wetzel, 30, also of Beech Creek, were involved in an altercation at 9 Bittner Lane in Beech Creek, Clinton County. Williams and Wetzel pushed each other into the residence. Both Wetzel and Williams received non-traffic harassment quotes filed in District Court 25-3-02.

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