Williamsport – Williamsport Bureau of Police are investigating two shooting incidents that occurred earlier today.
Trout Run, Pa. – A Trout Run man was charged for allegedly making a fraudulent claim to his automobile insurance to fix damage from an accident that a previous insurer had already paid for.
Williamsport - Police have roped off the 600 block of Wildwood Boulevard in Williamsport. Uniformed police and a forensics vehicle are on scene for reports of shot fired in the area. No injuries have been reported.
South Williamsport, Pa. – A woman was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and recklessly endangering a child after she was pulled over for swerving and almost hitting a pedestrian.
NEW COLUMBIA - A 37-year old New Columbia woman accused of starving and abusing one of her children is free on $15,000 bail following a preliminary hearing held in front of Magisterial District Judge Jeffrey L. Mensch of Mifflinburg on Monday.
- Two days out of prison, Philadelphia man incarcerated again
- Several individuals receive narcotics related charges
- Man charged for cashing check, not completing victim's home repairs
- Woman charged with DUI, reckless endangerment of a child
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- Woman charged for dog attack, young girl was bit
- Fire closes Denny’s on E. Third St., Loyalsock
- Police looking for driver who hit restaurant in Linden and fled
- FBI seeks public's assistance to identify 'John Doe 41'
- WBP release statement on shooting incidents from today
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Harrisburg, Pa. - Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced charges Tuesday night against Pennsylvania State Senator Michael Folmer for possession of child pornography. The investigation began as a result of a CyberTip reporting that an electronic service provider, Tumblr, discovered that a us…
Pennsylvania State Police discovered partial remains body in a storage facility in the Frankford nieghborhood of Philadelphia Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, according to police documents and news reports, based on a tip on a missing persons investigation from Montoursville.
Scranton, Pa. - The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Tony J. Liesenfeld, age 49, of Selinsgrove, Pa., was charged on Sept. 13, 2019 in a felony information with wire fraud.
Danville – A man was charged with simple assault after he allegedly stabbed another patient in with a pencil at Danville State Hospital in Mahoning Township, Montour County.
Old Lycoming Twp. Police officers were called to the 2000 block of Lycoming Creek Rd. for a reported robbery on Saturday, according to a release.
An inmate at State Correctional Institution at Muncy was arraigned on a new felony charge late last week for reportedly spitting on a corrections officer while being removed from her cell.
Williamsport – A Williamsport man was charged with theft for allegedly taking a $2,000 payment to do work on a victim’s home and not providing the services.
Linden, Pa. – Pennsylvania State Police in Montoursville are looking for a driver who drove up onto the sidewalk of Dunkin Donuts in Woodward Township, Lycoming County on Friday and destroyed several tables.
Old Lycoming Township, Pa. – A Philadelphia man was incarcerated again for an alleged robbery and assault just two days after he was released from prison. Harry J. Burley, 55, remains in Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $50,000 bail.
Last night a Jersey Shore man fired a .22 caliber air rifle through his bedroom window at pedestrians and businesses while indecently exposing himself, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
The FBI is seeking the public’s assistance with obtaining identifying information regarding an unknown male who may have critical information pertaining to the identity of a child victim in an ongoing sexual exploitation investigation.
In May, Montoursville, Pa. residents Robert and Tiffany Williams reportedly found $120,000 in their BB&T bank account. According to the police criminal complaint, the couple did not contact the bank to inquire where the money came from, rather, they allegedly spent a large chunk of the money.