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Police report various incidents
March 26, 2014
Pennsylvania State Police Montoursville reported the following incidents:
10 p.m. Feb. 20, Police reported that Danielle Cleary, 26, of Towanda, was operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and crashed. Cleary was arrested for DUI.
10:21 p.m. Mar. 1, Police reported that Travis Fisher, 20, of Beaver Springs, was stopped for multiple traffic violations. further investigation revealed that Fisher was driving under the influence and in posession of marijuana. Charges were filed.
2:39 a.m. Mar. 2, Police reported that Lakeisha White, 30, of Williamsport, was stopped for multiple traffic violations. Further investigation revealed White to be driving under the influence. Charges were filed.
12:23 p.m. Mar. 18, Police reported that an unknown actor used the information of Paula Saint, 60, to access a credit card account and attempted to transfer money from the account.
9 p.m. Mar. 22, Police reported that Amy Zerbe failed to return to the Transitional Living Center, which is considered an escape as she is an inmate with the PA Department of Corrections. Zerbe is a 38-year-old white female, approximate 190 pounds, 5'6", with brown hair and brown eyes. She has several tattoos. She is belived to be in the Harrisburg area. Anyone with information regarding Zerbe is asked to contact PSP Montoursville or the nearest Police Department.
Mar. 22 to Mar. 23, Police reported that Gregory Person, 45, of Muncy, contacted a victim in violation of a current PFA. Person was arrested and committed to Lycoming County Prison.
6:08 p.m. Mar. 23, Police reported that a crash occurred as a vehicle operated by Cade Logue, 24, of Williamsport, was traveling west on Wallis Run Road when the vehicle crossed into the oncoming lane of traffic and exited the roadway from the south berm. The vehicle then impacted a tree on the driver side door.
2 p.m. Mar. 24, Police reported that an unknown actor opened a credit card using the name of Lesle Neilds, 46. The actor then accessed Neild's Amazon.com account and added the credit card as a form of payment and attempted to purchase a Galaxy Tab 3 Tablet computer and a knit hat. Neilds reported the fraud and the transaction was stopped.