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Critical Incident Training Scheduled at Williamsport Elementary School
September 10, 2013
Critical Incident Training Scheduled at Williamsport Elementary School - The Pennsylvania State Police will conduct a school critical incident training at Sheridan Elementary School, 915 Sheridan Street, Williamsport, on Wednesday, Sept. 11 from 9 a.m.to 4 p.m. Residents of the area may observe a number of State Police vehicles and Troopers at the school or in the parking lot. Additionally, it may be possible to hear simulated ammunition and other noises related to a drill exercise outside the building. No Williamsport School District personnel, students, or other police/emergency services departments will be involved in the training.
State police also responded to the following emergenices:
- Vehicle collides with mobile home, 2 a.m., Sept. 8, Piatt Township, as David Koenisberg, 23, of Linden was traveling south on Smith Court Circle. Knenisberg was attempting to back up into his parking space and struck the mobile home at 170 Smith Court Circle. Koenisberg was not injured, but was placed under arrest for suspicion of operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance, Trooper Daniel Switzer said.
- Harassment, Sept. 8, 9 p.m., as Donuae Murray, 27, of Montgomery, pushed a door into the shoulder of Albert Crane, 52, of Montgomery, while both were at 55 W. Houston Ave., Montgomery.
- Motorcycle accident, Route 442, Muncy Creek Township, Sept. 7, 2:50 p.m. as John A. Freas, 39, of Muncy was traveling east on that highway. Freas approached slower traffic and began to pass the slower traffic, crossing into the westbound lane while traveling east when he struck loose gravel. Freas lost control of the cycle before laying the unit on its side approximately 25 yards east of initial contact with the gravel. Freas sustained major injury to his right ankle and lower leg, Trooper Douglass Hoffman said, and was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. He was treated at Geisinger Medical Center, Hoffman said.
- One-vehicle accident in Cogan House Township on Sept. 7, 2:15 p.m. Trooper Michael Shipman said Charles E. Gross IV, 18, of Lock Haven lost control of the vehicle after several wasps were observed inside his vehicle while traveling Cogan House Road. Gross let go of the steering wheel and the unit traveled off the road, striking an embankment and several trees before coming tto final rest. Gross sustained minor injury while his passenger, Misty Stover, 20, of Beech Creek was not injured, Shipman said.
- Theft from a motor vehicle, during the overnight hours of Sept. 4, as entry was made into an unlocked vehicle owned by Erin Rothrock, 32, 511 Sherman St. extension, Muncy Creek Township. Approximately $192 in cash, a Garmin Newbie GPS unit, a Nikon Coolpix digital camera and numerous credit cards were stolen, Trooper Brandon Schrawder said.
- Aug. 24, 1 a.m., an I-Pad, I-Phone and GPS unit was stolen from a car belonging to Jessica Bass, 35, of Montoursville as it was parked in her driveway in the 300 block of Warren Street, Fairfield Township. Later that day, the tracking device on the cell phone was activated, leading state police to the home of Logan Walters, 18, of Muncy, and Joseph Harris, 20, of Williamsport. It was later discovered that the men had submitted the I-Pad to an ECO ATM kiosk for cash. Both were charged with theft from a motor vehicle, receiving stolen property and theft by unlawful taking, Trooper McGee said.
- DUI, Aug. 3, 2:24 a.m., as Keith Alan Lundberg, 29, of Muncy, was stopped for multiple traffic offenses at the intersection of South Market and West Water streets in Muncy Borough. Further investigation revealed Lundberg to be DUI, Trooper David Walker said.