Synthetic Marijuana Allegedly Discovered in Hughesville Residence
Synthetic Marijuana Allegedly Discovered in Hughesville Residence - Pending lab results, state police in Montoursville may charge two Wolf Township residents with drug possession. Trooper Schrawder said on June 4, a large amount of suspected synthetic marijuana, commonly referred to as "K2" or "Spice" was located at 53 Willow Street. Schrawder said authorities from the Lycoming County Adult Probation system were making contact with an individual under the supervision of a 22-year-ld male and a 20-year-old female at that address. Additionally, a small amount of suspected marijuana and devices used to smoke it were discovered, Shrawder said; investigation is ongoing.
State police also responded to the following incidents:
- During the overnight hours of June 16, someone used force to damage a window at Creekside Country Market, 4053 Route 87 highway, Montoursville. Entry was never made into the structure, Trooper Doebler said.
- Graffiti was written on the rear doors of 1305 and 1307 Washington Boulevard sometimes between June 15-17. Trooper David Walker said "SKS" was written in black marker on the doors belonging to Fred Neece, 62, of Pennsdale.
- During the overnight hours of June 8, someone used a debit card number belonging to Jensyn Leah Seely, Slow Hand Road, Wolf Township, Hughesville. The debit card information was used to make three purchases between June 8-9, without Seely's knowledge or consent, Trooper Justin Rosboschil said.
- Between June 7-10, a 14-year-old South Williamsport juvenile was staying at a residence on Cemetery Street in Loyalsock Township. The teen stole multiple items from Troy Lawson, 45, and Williamsport Sterling, 48, both of Williamsport; a friend of the suspect observed the suspect to be in possession of some of the stolen items, Trooper Daniel Switzer said.
- Between May 25-29, the 65 Pine View Lane residence in Jersey Shore was entered and a portable generator, a window air conditioner unit and a Tom Tom GPS unit were stolen while the residents were gone for the day.
- May 16, between 1:30-7:30 p.m., attempted burglaries occurred in the area of 8000 Route 405 Clinton Township. A garage was damaged in the initial attempted burglary, while two unlocked vehicles were entered and cereal, cookies and approximately $5 in change was stolen.