Police Blotter: Friday, Aug. 16, 2013
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP - JoAnn Minnicks, 46, and Janelle Fenstermacher, 29, both of Danville, were cited by state police at Milton for harassment following an altercation at 150 Klondike Road shortly after 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Police said Minnicks is accused of striking Fenstermacher with her vehicle in a driveway, while Fenstermacher allegedly shut a door on Minnick, causing her to sprain her wrist. Police reported Fenstermacher also allegedly struck Minnicks in the throat with her fist.
DANVILLE - Jenea Haire, 26, of Danville, was cited by state police at Milton for harassment for allegedly punching Lynn Berry, 33, of Danville, in the face at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Danville State Hospital.
COAL TOWNSHIP - Three people were each cited separately with scattering rubbish for allegedly dumping trash in the township this month.
Joseph Drost II, 23, of 1025 Chestnut St., Kulpmont, was cited Thursday by Patrolman Joshua M. Wynn for allegedly dumping several bags of household garbage in the woods along Bear Valley Road over the past several weeks. He's required to clean up the trash and provide proof of proper disposal, police said.
Rodney Hamady, 39, of 712 N. Sixth St., Shamokin, was cited by Patrolman Christopher Lapotsky for allegedly dumping household trash Tuesday in the Big Mountain area on property owned by Kenneth Snyder, 34, of Paxinos. Police said Hamady will also be responsible to clean up the trash and provide proof of proper disposal.
Robert Miller, 32, of 1109 Scott St., Kulpmont, was cited by Lapotsky for allegedly dumping a sofa, recliner and a chair at a collections drop box in the parking lot of the Plaza at Coal Township along Route 61.