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Nov 20, 2021
Break-in and harassment
LAMAR — State police at Lamar were dispatched to a residence on Fishing Creek Road in Porter Township after a Mill Hall man broke the home.
On Nov. 15 at 9:09 p.m., Jeffery Donoughe, 50, forced his way into the residence by breaking the door, police said in their report.
Once he was inside the residence, Donoughe threatened and harassed the victims, a 24-year-old woman from Mill Hall and a 31-year-old man from Bellefonte.
Donoughe was contacted by police at his residence. He was taken into custody and charged with burglary, criminal trespass and harassment.
Donoughe was taken to Clinton County Correctional Facility where bail was set at $5,000 monetary, police said in their report.
Truck Lite false alarm
BEECH CREEK — On Nov. 14, state police at Lamar responded to the Truck Lite in Beech Creek for a report of an active interior motion alarm.
It was allegedly the eighth false alarm at Truck Lite that state police has had to respond to within the past two months, police said.
Charges were filed against the company’s branch through MDJ 25-3-02.
Criminal mischief
BEECH CREEK — A 43-year-old Beech Creek man reported to police that an unknown individual was doing “donuts” in a vehicle on his Haagen Lane property.
The suspect and vehicle were unable to be positively identified, said state police at Lamar in their report.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP Lamar.
LOCK HAVEN — Wendy Moyer was pulled over in her 2009 Mercury for a traffic stop on Nov. 6 for several traffic violations, state police at Lamar said.
While speaking to Moyer, 48, of Lock Haven, police said she displayed signs of impairment and was asked to submit to field sobriety testing.
Moyer was taken into custody for DUI and submitted to chemical testing. Charges were filed through MDJ 25-3-01.
Slashed tires
BEECH CREEK — State police at Lamar investigated a report of criminal mischief that occurred sometime between Nov. 8 and 9.
A 25-year-old victim, of Beech Creek, reported that her 2017 Chevrolet Traverse was vandalized on Vesper Street in Beech Creek, police said.
Several of her tires were slashed, valued at $230 and $250.
If anyone has any information please contact PSP Lamar at 570-726-6000.
AVIS — On Nov. 13, a 27-year-old Jersey Shore man was pulled over by state police on state Route 150 and Route 220 North for several vehicle code violations.
State police at Lamar concluded from the stop that the operator was under the influence of a combination of alcohol and controlled substances to the point that he could not safely operate a motor vehicle.
He was arrested for DUI. The investigation is ongoing.
MILL HALL — On Nov. 14, a 33-year-old Lock Haven woman was arrested for DUI related charges, state police at Lamar said.
Police conducted a traffic stop on the arrestee for several traffic violations.
After a subsequent investigation, police took the arrestee into custody for DUI of alcohol.
Charges will be filed through district court 25-3-02.
Deer causes crash
McELHATTEN — At 7:28 a.m. on Nov. 17, Sara Simcox reportedly struck a deer wit her 2020 Subaru Outback on Route 220, state police at Lamar said.
According police, Simcox, 47, of Jersey Shore, struck the deer at the 12 o’clock position causing disabling damage to her vehicle.
Police reported that there were no injuries from the accident and the vehicle was towed from the scene by Martin Motors.
Multi-vehicle accident
RENOVO — State police at Lamar investigated a multiple vehicle crash on Huron Avenue in Renovo.
The incident occurred on Nov. 7 at 11:29 a.m. and began with W. Blickensderfer, 78, of Renovo, who was traveling east on Huron Avenue in his 2013 Jeep Cherokee, police said.
Blickensderfer proceeded to strike a 2015 Nissan Versa, in its rear. After the initial impact, the Versa struck unit 3, a 2003 Saturn which was parked legally just east of the Versa, police said.
Blickensderfer came to a final rest after the initial impact facing east, police said.
Vehicle accident results
in injury

RENOVO — State police at Lamar investigated an accident in Renovo that resulted in injuries on Nov. 13.
The incident occurred as Raelene Mos, 18, of Renovo, was traveling westbound in her 2007 Saturn Ion.
Police said that she negotiated the right-hand curve at an apparent high rate of speed and began to slide on Renovo Road.
Mos then over steered in an attempt to correct the slide and crossed into the eastbound lane. She exited the eastbound side of the roadway and struck the guide rail with its 12 o’clock position, police said.
After striking the guide rail, Mos continued momentum and spun 180 degrees. After the spin, the passenger side door struck a tree and came to a final rest outside of the roadway.
There were two passengers in the vehicle, Tyler Snyder, 18, of Renovo, and Hayley Houtz, 19, of Renovo.
Houtz was transported via EMS to Bucktail Medical Center MSTU for minor injuries. Both Mos and Snyder refused transport.
Martin Motors, Chapman Township Fire Police and Bucktail EMS assisted on the scene.
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