Police Blotter: Friday, Feb. 7, 2014
COAL TOWNSHIP - A 10-year-old male at Shamokin Area Elementary School will be charged with possession of a weapon on school property after being found with a knife during a Jan. 30 incident at the school.
Coal Township Police reported the charges will be filed through Northumberland County Juvenile Services.
Injured in crash
JACKSON TOWNSHIP - A Dornsife woman was transported for treatment following a one-vehicle crash at 8:55 a.m. Monday along Route 225 near State Route 3012.
State police at Stonington say Lori B. Stiely, 54, of Dornsife, was traveling south on Route 225 when her 2001 Jeep Cherokee exited the left side of the snow-covered roadway and struck an PPL utility pole.
Stiely suffered moderate injuries in the crash and was transported to Sunbury Community Hospital for treatment.
Vehicle strikes guardrail
COAL TOWNSHIP - No one was injured in a one-vehicle crash at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday on Route 61 in the area of the Brewery Curve.
Coal Township Police report a 2004 Oldsmobile, driven by M. Ramona Seger, of 1742 W. Chestnut St., was traveling north on Route 61 when her vehicle began to slide. The Oldsmobile slid across the roadway and struck a traffic control device on the median.
Seger's vehicle then crossed the southbound lanes and onto the berm, where it struck a guardrail, then continued on the berm and struck a bridge.
ROCKEFELLER TOWNSHIP - State police at Stonington report that at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, an unknown vehicle was traveling on Airport Road and struck mailboxes at 182 and 183 Tillman Lane, removing both mailboxes from the ground, and then fleeing the scene. The incident is still under investigation.
ALLENTOWN - Jack's Spot Inc., owners of Jack's Spot, at the intersection of Route 125 and Franklin Square Road, Pitman, was cited for a Dec. 4 incident by the Allentown district office of the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.
According to officers, the establishment allegedly sold, furnished and/or gave such sale, furnishing or giving of alcoholic beverages to a 18-year-old male.
The charges will be brought before an administrative law judge who has the authority to impose penalties ranging from $50 to $1,000 for minor offenses and up to $5,000 for more serious offenses.