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Two Men Arrested for Multiple Thefts and Burglaries in Clinton, Centre Counties
May 13, 2012
Two Men Arrested for Multiple Thefts and Burglaries in Clinton, Centre Counties – PSP Lamar charged a Jersey Shore man and a man from Blanchard in connection with alleged burglaries, thefts, and related crimes that took place two years ago. Trooper Matt Maggs said Robert Benjamin Seese, 27, and Christopher Richard Dullen-Lucas, 23, broke into township buildings in Bald Eagle Township, Liberty Township, Curtin Township, and Beech Creek Township, as well as Dunkle Transport, JC Graphics, and Central PA Tent Rentals between April 1, and November 27, of 2010. Maggs said multiple items valued at $41,916 were removed from those properties. Additionally, Seese is also charged with attempted burglary and theft at Dotterer Equipment, as well as receiving stolen property for equipment that was taken from Tip Top Knotch Landscaping.
The following incidents were also reported by PSP Lamar:
• On May 10, shortly after 8:30 p.m., Jonathon Gadd, 26, of Mill Hall, was observed concealing cds and dvds in his cloth while leaving the K Mart department store in Bald Eagle Township, Clinton County. When confronted by the manager, Gadd continued leaving the store and fled the scene, driving and passing in a no-passing zone while traveling south on Route 64 in Mill Hall borough. When Trooper Christopher Wilson attempted to pull over the vehicle, a short pursuit occurred; after being stopped, Gadd was then found to be under the influence of alcohol. Upon arrival at the Clinton County Correctional Facility, Gadd attempted to break the patrol car’s rear passenger window by kicking it. He was placed in the facility for a probation violation, Wilson said, and will be charged with retail theft, fleeing and eluding, DUI, and disorderly conduct along with several traffic violations.
• On May 9, between 7:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Desiree Renee Kinley, 28, of Mill Hall, left her residence at 25 Pelinore Drive in Camelot Estates, Bald Eagle township, Clinton County. Trooper Timothy Eiler said Kinely leaft her three children, ages 10, four, and three at home alone for three hours. The Clinton County Children and Youth Services was notified and also investigated the incident. Kinley was also charged by state police for endangering the welfare of children, Eiler said.