2017-09-07 / Police Reports


Attempted Burglary

Somebody cut the lock to a shed at 289 Croghan Pike, Burnt Cabins, Aug. 18 through Sept. 1, reported state police, who said nothing was removed the Dublin Township building. The victim is a 45-year-old Philadelphia man.

Forgery/Identity Theft

State police in McConnellsburg are seeking information about an incident of forgery/identity theft that occurred on or about May 17. Police said that an unknown person submitted a fraudulent change of address for a 63-year-old McConnellsburg man to the United State Postal Service that resulted in his mail being forwarded to Florida. An attempt was then made to open several credit cards in the victim’s name. Police reported the location as East Maple Street, McConnellsburg. Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Cpl. Kenneth S. Falkosky at 717- 485-3131.

Sheetz Theft

Alex Cole Deneen has been accused of stealing $15 in merchandise from the Sheetz convenience store along Lincoln Way East in McConnellsburg. Police reported that the theft took place at 3:54 a.m. Aug. 6 and that the McConnellsburg man, whose age was not reported, was cited.

Cited By Liquor Control Enforcement

The Mountain House Bar & Grill, McConnellsburg, was named in a list of administrative citations issued during August 2017 by the Pennsylvania State Police of Liquor Control Enforcement, Altoona District Enforcement Offic. According to a public information release report, the Mountain House was cited for failing “to maintain complete and truthful licensed business operating records for two (2)year period immediately preceding August 8, 2017.”

Troopers Join National Child Passenger Safety Campaign

Pennsylvania State Police will offer free child safety seat inspections statewide in conjunction with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Child Passenger Safety Week campaign from September 17 to September 23, 2017.

As part of the effort, Troop G, McConnellsburg, will conduct a free child seat check September 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Giant Food Store, 360 South Second Street, McConnellsburg.

Troopers conducting inspections will teach parents how to correctly install and use child safety seats. Information about inspection locations is available by visiting the PA State Police Web site at www.psp.state.pa.us.

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