Indecent Exposure Reported at Limestone Township Business

August 7, 2013

Indecent Exposure Reported at Limestone Township Business - Indecent exposure charges were filed Aug. 6 by District Magistrate Lepley following an incident in June. PSP Montoursville Trooper Douglass Hoffman said charges were pressed against Matthew Wayne Bachman, 25, of Williamsport, who alledgedly exposed his genitals to two victims, aged 18 and 19, while in the Oval County Store June 30.

Stte police also responded to the following incidents:

  • Aug. 5, 11 a.m., someone placed a bag of household trash into a dumpster behind the PLBC Fine Wine & Spirits store on East 3rd St., Loyalsock Township.
  • Aug. 5, 5:30 p.m., three-vehicle accident on Broad Street, Montoursville. Two injuries reported among Christopher Rennicks, 29, and passenger Tara Ransom, 29, both of Montoursville; no injuries among the other drivers, Amy Bitler, 46, of Picture Rocks, and Mitchell McMunn, of Montoursville.
  • Between July 31 and Aug. 4, a gas can and two utility knives were removed from the outside property of Brenda Steves, 1000 Cemetery Street, Loyalsock Township, Trooper Erik Barlett said.
  • Aug. 2, shortly after midnight, Kelly Ann Rbinson, 45, of Canton St., Roaring Branch, was stopped for multiple traffic offenses in Lycoming Creek Road near Veterans Lane, Lewis Township. Trooper David Walker said further investgiation revealed Robinson to allegedly be DUI.
  • July 28, 7:52 p.m., a 63-year-old male from Hughesille grabbed the fingers of a 50-year-old woman, also of Hughesville, and bent her fingers backward while both were at 15 Judy Lane, Picture Rocks borough.
  • Over a six-week period of time, two credit cards were stolen from Dean Martin, 60, of Route 118 Highway, Hughesville. Multiple purchases by a 27-year-old male were made using the stolen cards, Trooper Daniel Switer said, from June 5 to July 18.
  • July 12, 8 p.m., Richard L. Swope, 55, of Milroy, issued a check to the Crippled Bear, 2967 Lycoming Creek Road, Loyalsock Township. The owner of the business later learned that the check was from a closed account, Trooper Daniel Kozak said. Misdemeanor charges are pending against Swope as the investigation continues, Kozak said.
  • Over a four-month span of time, Charles J. Colocino Jr., 61, of Jersey Shore, was contacted by an unknown person claiming to be from Nigeria and advising Colocino that he was the recipient of an inheritance. Trooper Gary Beadle said Colocino received a check from another person to use to pay for the legal fees for said inheritance; the check was subsequently determined to be fraudulent, Beadle said.