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Marijuana Allegedly Grown in Washington Township
September 21, 2013
Marijuana Allegedly Grown in Washington Township - Pennsylvania State Police charged drug offenses against an Allenwood man after he was allegedly discovered to have been growing marijuana in Lycoming County. Trooper Edward Dammer said Carl Eiswerth Sr., 56, of 1845 Gap Road, was charged after the drug plants were discovered on Sunday, Aug. 11.
State police also responded to the following incidents:
- Theft, during the overnight hours of Sept. 14, someone removed a John Deere riding mower from Amazing Grace Ministry, 5838 Route 15, Clinton Township. The mower was a model 325 with a 54" mower deck attached and belonged to Carl William Vining, pastor of the church, Trooper James Doane said.
- Resisting Arrest, 12:47 a.m., Aug. 31, as Jacob Bertin of South Williamsport was allegedly seen assaulting a female on East Third Street across from the county courthouse in Williamsport. Trooper Edward Dammer, who witnessed the assault, charged Bertin with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and harassment after he resisted Dammer's directions and attempted to atively fight the officer.