Car crashes into hunting lodge
A Trout Run man was driving in Lewis Township when his car left the roadway and struck a hunting lodge.
According to State Police, Michael Marshallick, 34, of Trout Run, was traveling east on Slacks Run Road at 9:25 p.m. May 20, negotiating a left curve, when the vehicle traveled off of the south side of the roadway and struck a hunting lodge with its right front corner.
Marshallick sustained a modrate injury and was transported to Williamsport Hospital. The hunting lodge sustained foundation damage. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
Police were assisted by Trout Run Volunteer Fire Co. and Sick's Garage.
State Police Montoursville also reported the following incidents:
Mar. 30 to April 13, Police reported that unknown actors stole various tools and construction items belonging to Richard Lentz, 69, of Carnegie, and Rex E. Minium, 52, of Montoursville, from 497 Old Montgomery Pike, Armstrong Township. The investigation is ongoing.
12:55 a.m. May 3, Police reported that Terri Stutzman, 44, was found to be under the influence of alcohol and was arrested for DUI. Charges have been filed.
May 9 to May 13, Police reported that a stainless steel Smith and Wesson Model 637, 38 caliber firearm with a 1 7/8 inch barrel was removed from a residence belonging to Gregory Fry, 55, of Montoursville.
3:01 p.m. May 23, Police reported that a crash occurred when a vehicle driven by Jill Confair, 56, of Williamsport, was traveling east on E. Third St when it impacted a vehicle driven by Melodey Neidig, 44, of Sunbury, which was headed west on the same roadway, attempting to make a left turn.
4 p.m. May 25, Police reported that Nancy Miksch, 51, of Williamsport, and Monique Vines, 36, of Williamsport, became involved in a verbal argument over a parking spot at Weis Market. Both women used offensive language and became agressive with each other in the parking lot and in the store.
7:07 p.m. May 25, Police reported that a crash occured as a vehicle driven by Lester Butler, 62, of Muncy, was in the process of turning right onto Turkey Bottom Road while a vehicle driven by William Wetzel, 92, of Millville, was traveling behind Butler's vehicle. Wetzel's vehicle failed to slow down and crashed into the rear of Butler's vehicle.