Police Blotter: Thursday, June 27, 2013
LUKE FIDLER - No injuries were reported in a minor two-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon at the intersection of Route 61 and Luke Fidler Road.
Coal Township Patrolman Joshua Wynn reported Gail Bedell, 62, of Pembroke Pines, Fla., was traveling north on Route 61 shortly before 4:30 p.m. after being stopped at a traffic signal when a vehicle operated by Marlin Kopp, 68, of Shamokin, rear-ended her vehicle.
CT man injured
MAYBERRY TOWNSHIP - Shane Brosious, of Coal Township, suffered moderate injuries in a one-car crash early Wednesday morning along Route 54.
State police at Stonington said Brosious was driving a blue Ford Escort ZX2 west at 2:15 a.m. near the Ralpho Township line when a deer entered the highway. Police said Brosious swerved his car to avoid the deer, but the vehicle traveled off the north berm and struck an embankment.
Brosious was transported by ambulance to Geisinger Medical Center in Danville.
An investigation is continuing.
Work zone crash
ZERBE TOWNSHIP - Sabrina Wiest, 26, of Trevorton, will be cited for failing to obey an authorized person directing traffic and failing to wear her seat belt in connection with a road construction zone accident at 6 a.m. Tuesday along Route 225 near Snyder Road.
According to state police at Stonington, Wiest was driving a 2000 Chevrolet Tracker north when she failed to see a flagman holding a stop sign at a road construction zone. Police said Wiest, who was driving at an unsafe speed, attempted to stop her vehicle after observing the flagman at the last moment, but the brakes locked up, causing the Tracker to skid out of control off the highway and flip over.
Police said the Tracker was towed from the scene.
Wiest reportedly refused medical treatment at the scene and transport to a hospital.
SHAMOKIN - Cpl. Darwin Tobias III has cited Jeanette Klingler, 46, and Rudy Frazier, 48, both of 111 S. Pearl St., Shamokin, for harassment relating to a disturbance at their residence at 4:55 p.m. Monday.
Police reported Klingler is accused of attempting to slap Frazier in the face, while Frazier allegedly struck Klingler on the arm.