Hit and run COAL TOWNSHIP - Kevin Iwanski, 47, of 1105 E. Webster St., Coal Township, told police a vehicle struck his 2010 Dodge Caravan while it was parked near his residence at 7 p.m. Monday. The driver then fled the scene. Iwanski's vehicle sustained (read more)
Three-vehicle crash COAL TOWNSHIP - Township police are continuing their investigation into an accident just after midnight Sunday involving three vehicles and a utility pole in the 900 block of West Arch Street. Patrolman Jason Adams reported Brian Drus (read more)
LCB violations SUNBURY - The Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement has cited Goodwill Hose Co. Inc., 500 Reagan St., Sunbury, for failing to maintain complete and truthful records covering business operations for a period of two years immediately precedin (read more)
Theft investigation KULPMONT - The Kulpmont Police Department is investigating a theft of $20,000 cash from a home at 1018 Scott St. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 570-373-1522. Driving under suspension LOCUST GAP - Ronald W. (read more)
Guilty pleas SHAMOKIN - Two defendants entered guilty pleas earlier this week. Daren Albertson, 26, of 217 Third St., Ranshaw, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and was ordered by Magisterial District Judge John Gembic III to pay a $200 (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:11:18 22:25:35 Crash at Walmart COAL TOWNSHIP - Five people were taken to Geisinger-Shamokin Area Community Hospital following a two-vehicle crash Tuesday at the entrance to Walmart Supercenter along Route 61. According to Coal Township police, Penny Lindenmuth, 51, of (read more)
Gas theft COAL TOWNSHIP - A Shamokin man faces theft charges for allegedly stealing $25 worth of gas from a local service station. According to court documents, Coal Township Police Officer Chad Yoder reported David Seger, 54, of 1026 E. Packer St., Sham (read more)
SUNBURY - Six defendants were sentenced Monday on various charges in Northumberland County Court. - Mark Melnick, 27, of Mount Carmel, was sentenced by President Judge William Wiest to one year of intermediate punishment with the first 30 days on house a (read more)