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Stolen Pepsi Soda Machine Recovered in Washington Township
November 7, 2012
Stolen Pepsi Soda Machine Recovered in Washington Township - PSP Montoursville are seeking additional information concerning the theft of a soda machine that was stolen from a fire company in Washington Township. Trooper Matthew Lada said a Pepsi soda dispensing machine was removed from the Washington Township Volunteer Fire Company during the overnight hours of Nov. 3. The machine was then recovered on Skyline Drive where it had been smashed, Lada said. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 570.368.5700.
Tools Stolen From Hughesville Residence - PSP Montoursville report a burglary that occurred sometime over a four-day period in Wolf Township, Hughesville. Trooper Matthew Lada said someone entered an unlocked shed on Pine Run Road between Oct. 31 and Nov. 3 and removed several power tools from the shed, along with a piece of aluminum decking from a deck. The property belongs to Cindy Rae Snyder, 50, of Hughesville Lada said.
Driver Swerves to Avoid Furniture in Roadway; Collision Results in Fairfield Township - PSP Montoursville say no one was injured following a two-vehicle accident that occured Nov. 5 in Lycoming County. Trooper Douglass Hoffman said the crash occurred as Rodney Wilson, 53, of Williamsport, was traveling in the right land westbound on Route 180 west. As Wilson approached the westbound onramp to Route 180, a vehicle operated by Dusti Berninger, 28, of Williamsport, suddently swerved from the onramp into the right lane of travel, directly into the path of Wilson. Wilson struck Berninger's vehicle in the rear and both crossed the left laneand entered the median, continued for approximately 30 feet before coming to final rest. Berninger allegedly swerved from the ramp to the highway due to furniture being on the ramp, which had fallen from another vehicle that was transporting it, Hoffman said. Three children in Berninger's car were not injured, and neither were Berninger or Wilson.