STATE POLICE, SELINSGROVE
Theft. Nov. 16 and Nov. 19. Walmart, Monroe Township, Snyder County. Police said Steven Berry, 24, of Richfield, was observed in video footage taking a pair of boots valued at $62.48 and a mixer valued at $94.00 off the shelf and failed to pay for the two items. He then immediately returned them in exchange for $156.48. Berry is charged with theft-related offense, police said.
Crash. Dec. 7, 6:33 p.m., Chapman Township, Snyder County. Police said Tessa Peck, 21, of Gardners, was traveling south on Routes 11/15 when her vehicle rear-ended a car drove by Pamela Cruz, 46, of Liverpool.
Crash. Dec. 1, 1:42 p.m., McClure, Snyder County. Police said Alex Austin, 26, of McClure failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of West Specht Street and Zeller Street, and struck a vehicle driven by Jason Wise of McClure.
Theft. Nov. 24, 10 a.m., Jackson Township, Snyder County. Police say an known actor took a check from a residence and used the check to purchase to alcohol at Keller’s Distributor.
Crash. Dec. 10, 8:26 a.m., Washington Township, Snyder County. Police said Brenda Laubach, 41, of Middleburg, lost control of her vehicle while driving on Summit Road, left the side of the roadway and struck a utility pole.
Crash. Dec. 4, 2:11 p.m., Monroe Township, Snyder County. Police said James Roberts, 30, of Jefferson, W.V., was traveling north on Routes 11/15 when his drove off the roadway and struck a tree with the vehicle’s front bumper.
Crash. Dec. 4, 6:55 a.m., Route 104, Franklin Township, Snyder County. Police said Shirley Kerstetter, 72, of Mt. Pleasant Mills, was driving north on Route 104 when her vehicle went off the road, striking a utility pole before overturning approximately two times. Kerstetter has been charged with driving at a safe speed.
Retail theft. Dec. 9, 3:25 p.m., Monroe Township, Snyder County. Police charged a 14-year-old female with retail theft after she concealed merchandise at Clair’s Boutique and exited the store without paying for it.
Underage consumption. Dec. 8, 11:20 a.m., Florence Hall, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove. State police said Alexon Gerrcik of Brooklyn, N.Y., consumed alcohol while being under the age of 21.
Theft. Dec. 9, midnight to 9 a.m., Monroe Township, Snyder County. Police said unknown actors removed four tire rims and hub caps from the rear of 14 Runyan Road. Anyone with information is asked to contact State Police.
Retail theft. Dec. 8, 7 p.m., Shamokin Dam, Snyder County. Police have accused Joshua Yeager of Shamokin Dam and Samantha Dailey of Sunbury of removing two Christmas wreaths from Dreese’s Farm Market and Produce stand.
Criminal mischief. Dec. 9, 6 to 9 p.m., Monroe Township, Snyder County. Police said unknown actors removed the valve stems from two passenger side tires at 367 South Old Trail Road, causing them to go flat. Anyone with information is asked to contact State Police.
Theft. Dec. 9-10. Monroe Township, Snyder County. Police said unknown actors removed a 100-pound cylinder of propane from behind Northwoods Nissan. Anyone with information is asked to contact State Police.
Theft. Nov. 16-29. Monroe Township, Snyder County. Police said unknown suspects opened credit accounts at Best Buy, Jared’s, Littman Jewelers, Walmart, Sears and Radio Shack under a known victim’s name and used the accounts to make purchase. The investigation continues.
Criminal trespass. Nov. 27. Spring Township, Snyder County. Police said Cody Burrows of Beaver Springs, trespassed on a property on Markey Lane.
STATE POLICE, MILTON
Harassment. Dec. 10, 7:15 p.m., McEwensville, Northumberland County. Police said Robert Sipe, 40 of McEwensville, scratched Steve Moll, 57, of McEwensville, on the forehead with his fingernails, leaving three scratches.
Criminal Mischief. Dec. 4 to Dec. 6. Police said unknown actors cut the wires of six lighted yard decorations. Anyone with more information is asked to call state police.
Theft by deception, retail theft. Dec. 3, 11:42 a.m. Walmart, Kelly Township, Union County. Police accused Jamie Sue Dersham, 22, of Milton, of taking a comforter set from the shelf and exchanged it at the courtesy desk for gift card valued at $90.06. Police said she returned and removed another comforter set and exited the store.
Theft by deception. Dec. 5, 1:25 p.m. Walmart, Kelly Township, Union County. Police accused Jamie Sue Dersham, 22, of Milton of taking a Kuerig Coffee Maker from the shelf and exchanging it at the courtesy desk for a gift card valued at $147.34.
Crash. Dec. 10, 6:06 p.m., Valley Township, Montour County. Police said Kyle Worrell, 21, of Danville was driving west on Route 54 when he failed to negotiate a left-hand turn, crossing the east bound lane of Route 54 and struck a guard rail. The vehicle traveled down an embankment and rolled onto the passenger side. A vehicle driven by John Witniski, 43, of Mountain Top, was driving east on Route 54 when his vehicle was struck by a piece of the guard rail, causing minor damage.