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Police report various incidents
December 27, 2013
Pennsylvania State Police Department Montoursville reported the following incidents:
Dec. 18 to Dec. 20, Police reported that Walter Mock, 80, of Montoursville, was repeatedly contacted via phone by unknown actors. Mock sent money to the unidentified actors in order to receive purported unclaimed funds. The investigation is ongoing.
9:08 p.m. Dec. 22, Police reported that Jeromey Drummond, 18, of Williamsport, was stopped on I-180 in Montoursville for speeding. Upon making contact with Drummond, the odor of marijuana was detected and a revolver was observed in the driver door compartment. Drummon related that the revolver was his and that he had smoked marijuana prior to the traffic stop. The revolver was then retrieved from th vehicle. Two other males were inside the vehicle with Drummond.
During the traffic stop, Drummond fled and a vehilce pursuit was initiated as Drummond exited onto Fairview Drive. The pursuit went through the Montoursville Borough, west onto E. Third Street in Loyalsock Township, north onto Northway Road, west onto Four Mile Drive and ended when Drummond and his passengers abandoned the vehicle on Walnut St. in Williamsport. The pursuit reached speeds in excess of 103 mph. Drummond was found hiding in a yard in the area of Walnut Street and Vernon Avenue and was taken into custody. The revolver was found to be a stolen firearm.
12 p.m. Dec. 23, Police reported that a cash occurred as a vehicle driven by Michelle Guillot, 65, of Trout Run, was traveling south on Sugar Camp Road in Gamble Township. The vehicle attempted to negotiate a left hand curve in the road when the vehicle spun in a clockwise rotation. The vehicle traveled onto the west berm, striking a culvert with the rear of the vehicle. The vehicle then rolled clockwise back onto its wheels to its final rest position just south of the initial point of impact. Guillot was wearing her seat belt and was uinjured.
3:20 p.m. Dec. 23, Police reported that a 23-year-old man and Penny Ann Reinwald, 37, of Williamsport, got into a verbal altercation that turned physical when the actor threw a bowl at the man's head. The man then left the scene and waited for the arrival of police. Charges have been filed.