Police investigate jewelry theft

June 3, 2014

An unknown actor removed several jewelry items from a Linden woman's residence. 

According to Pennsylvania State Police Montoursville, that the actor stole a two carat diamond ring, opal and diamond white gold ring, a sapphire and gold bracelet, a teardrop diamond necklace, teardrop diamond earrings and a fine opal and diamond gold bracelet from a jewelry box belonging to Megan Jordan, 25. 

The incident occrred sometime between May 9 and May 16. The investigation continues. 

 

Police also reported the following incidents:

3:10 a.m. April 13, Police reported that a white female concealed a Pugs car charger inside her purse while inside Sheetz, 775 N. Route 220, Linden, and exited without paying for said merchandise. The woman also defrauded the store employees and obtained a second refund on a single food order. 

April 29, Police reported that a South Williamsport 14-year-old girl reported that she was raped in October 2010. The girl identified the suspect as an 18-year-old Montgomery male. State Police are continuing the investigation. 

8:20 p.m. May 2, Police reported that an unknown actor attempted to obtain a credit line using information belonging to Diane Langley through Capital One 360. The account was declined as the information provided by the actor didn't match a database.

May 18 to May 28, Police reported that unknown actors removed approximately 50 feet of copper tubing from a 300 pound propane tank to a residence belonging to Christopher Buck, of Reinholds. The actors then entered a detached garage and stole a 5 gallon gas can and fled the property in an unknown direction. Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact PSP Montoursville at 570-368-5700. 

9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. May 19, Police reported that an actor gained entry to a residence belonging to Scott Johnson, 50, of Linden, by damaging a window. Once inside, the actor stole money belonging to Johnson and then left the area. The investigation is ongoing at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP Montoursville at 570-368-5700. 

9 p.m. May 21, Police reported that Justin Lee and Launa Lee, both of South Williamsport, entered into a verbal argument at 156 Hillside Drive. During that time, Justin Lee grabbed Launa Lee by her throat and pulled her hair. Summary harrassment charges have been filed against Justin Lee. 

May 24 to May 31, Police reported that unknown actors used force to enter a garage belonging to The Rand Hunting Club in Shrewsbury Township. The actors stole an unknown amount of tools and extension cords, then fled the scene undetected. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact PSP Montoursville at 570-368-5700. 

1 to 9 a.m. May 26, Police say that unknown actors broke into the passenger side window of a Dodge Ram pickup truck belonging to Jonathan Sarama, 18, of Cogan Station. The incident is still under investigation. 

3:40 p.m. May 30, Police reported that a crash occurred as a vehicle driven by Carl Frantz, 57, of Loganton, was traveling west on Route 880 when the vehicle left the right side of the roadway and struck a telephone pole. No injuries were reported. 

8:15 p.m. May 30, Police reported that a crash occurred as a vehicle driven by Larry Cole, 73, was traveling north of Warrensville Road in the area of Madison Avenue while a vehicle driven by Edwin Keller, 18, of Trout Run, was traveling south on the same roadway. Cole's vehicle atempted to turn left onto Madison Avenue, causing Keller's vehicle to swerve and leave the west side of the road, striking an embankement. Cole's vehicle then struck the driver side of Keller's vehicle. No injuries were reported with this crash. 

3 p.m. May 31, Police reported that a 13-year-old Williamsport male concealed merchandise from Kmart, 1915 E. Third St., Williamsport, and attempted to leave the store without paying. The teen was stopped by Kmart store personnel and was issued a non-traffic citation by district court. 

3:19 p.m. May 31, Police reported that a crash occurred as a vehicle driven by Charles Sherman, 58, of Allenwood, was traveling on Sulpher Springs Road in the area of Mountain Road. The vehicle swerved left to miss an animal in the roadway, leaving the travel lanes and impacting a traffic sign on the east side of the roadway. The vehicle traveled further, impacting an embankment for a private driveway, causing it to roll, strike a mailbox, and land on its roof. Sherman was wearing a seat belt and suffered minor injuries. 

9 p.m. May 31, Police reported that two juveniles were messaging nude photos of one another via Facebook messenger. A 13-year-old Williamsport male was cited for the offense and is required to respond to district court. 

4:38 p.m. June 1, Police reported that an unknown object was thrown out of a passing vehicle on Cemetery Street in Fairfield Township which damaged the windshield of a vehicle belonging to Stacy Showers, 30, of Lewisburg. 

12:22 a.m. June 2, Police reported that a crash occurred as a vehicle driven by Rick Stewart, 28, of Covington, was traveling north on Route 15 when a deer ran into the path of the vehicle. The vehicle struck the deer. No injuries were reported.