Drug possession. Warren-based state police reported Warren County Probation Department personnel came into contact with Michael James Schumann, 22, on Schumann Rd. at 10:19 p.m. Feb. 8. According to police, the probation personnel witnessed Schumann operating a motor vehicle, and it was later determined that the defendant was under the influence of drugs. Police said Schumann was placed under arrest for DUI and taken to the Warren General Hospital for a blood test. Police said Probation Department personnel assisted. Police said charges were to be filed with District Justice Laura Bauer.
DUI. Warren-based state police reported Kimberly Feidler, 46, Clarendon, was stopped while traveling eastbound on Rt. 6 after troopers observed her committing several violations. According to police, Feidler was found to be intoxicated and taken into custody for suspicion of DUI.
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Crash. Warren-based state police reported Rian W. Pope, 28, Russell, was driving a 2008 Ford F-150 east on Rt. 957 at the intersection with Rt. 62 at 3:36 p.m. Feb. 11. According to police, the F-150 was unable to stop at the stop sign and entered the intersection. Police said Edward J. Loutzenhiser, 45, Russell, was driving a 2010 Honda Odyssey with passengers Susan D. Loutzenhiser, 44, Russell; James W. Hardey, 62, Meadville; Antoinette Hardey, 67, Meadville; and three juvenile female passengers aged 11, 12 and 15, all of Russell south on Rt. 62 when the F-150 entered the intersection. Police said the Odyssey struck the F-150 in the left rear tire. Police reported the F-150 spun counterclockwise and came to rest facing west in the southbound lane of Rt. 62. According to police, the Odyssey came to rest facing south. Police stated there were no injuries and all individuals were wearing their seatbelts. Police reported the F-150 was driven from the scene by Pope and that the Odyssey was towed from the scene. Police said Russell volunteer firefighters assisted at the scene.
Theft. Warren-based state police reported someone took an iPad 2 from an office at the Rouse Home belonging to a female, 29, between 8:30 a.m. and noon Feb. 10. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police.
Criminal mischief. Jennifer Pikna of Youngsville told Youngsville Borough police that between the night of Feb. 10 and the morning of Feb. 11, someone caused damage to the Pikna Dental Sign in the front lawn of 247 E. Main St. According to police, approximately $1,000 in damage was caused. Anyone with information is asked to contact the borough police at 563-7555 or Crimestoppers.
Public drunkenness. Youngsville Borough police reported a 34-year-old male was cited for public drunkenness at approximately 9 p.m. Feb. 11 after officers were dispatched to the Hillside Drive area on a report of a male laying on the side of the roadway. According to police, the male was taken into custody and turned over to the Warren County Adult Probation Department. Police reported a summary non-traffic citation has been filed with District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth. No name was available.
Hit and run. Kane-based state police reported Lisa J. Holmes, 32, Sheffield, was driving a 2004 Chevrolet Impala east on W. Main St. at 9 a.m. Feb. 11. According to police, Holmes was negotiating a right turn on snow- and slush-covered roadway when the vehicle's rear tires broke traction, causing the Impala to rotate clockwise. Police said the vehicle then left its lane, traveling across the eastbound fog line/shoulder, hitting a curb on the west side of the driveway of 81 W. Main St. with its right front tire. Police said the vehicle then drove over two small, red, plastic driveway reflectors located on both sides of the driveway. Police reported the Impala then straightened out, regaining traction before traveling across the yard at 81 W. Main St. According to police, the vehicle continued traveling east entering the yard located at 77 W. Main St., hitting a small article of shrubbery. Police said the Impala then came to a momentary stop before accelerating and spinning the front tires in order to free the vehicle and exit the yard through the 77 W. Main St. driveway. Police said the vehicle then fled the scene east on W. Main St. Police reported a county-wide BOLO was placed for the vehicle and Kane Police Department was able to locate and stop the fleeing vehicle in Kane Borough. According to police, Holmes had four citations filed against her for driving on roadways laned for traffic, careless driving, duty to give information and render aid and accidents involving damage to unattended vehicle or property.
Crash. Corry-based state police reported Marie A. Hazeltine, 31, Pittsfield, was driving a 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt with passenger Andrea E. Hazeltine, 39, Pittsfield, west on Rt. 6 at 8:54 a.m. Feb. 11. According to police, the driver lost control of her vehicle on the snow-covered road. Police stated the Cobalt traveled off the right side of the road and struck a utility pole. Police said the driver was charged with safe speed.
Disorderly conduct. Warren-based state police said they issued a citation to a known 14-year-old juvenile male on Monday after he engaged in fighting, threatening, and performed violent and tumultuous acts during a period of instruction resulting in the cessation and loss of instruction for a class of 15 students at Sheffield Area Middle/High School. Police said the citation was filed with District Justice Glenn Carlson.
Accident. Tidioute Borough police reported that at 5:07 p.m. Sunday, Christopher Shields was traveling east on Main St. when he lost control of his vehicle and struck a sign and a utility pole, causing extensive damage to his truck. Police said Shields was uninjured, however his passenger, Sonja Shields, was transported by private vehicle to Warren General Hospital for injuries of an unknown severity. Police said they are charging Christopher Shields with driving at an unsafe speed.