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April 18, 2019


State Police, Bedford, have charged Justin Cunningham, 31, of Martinsburg, with harassment following an incident along Pulpit Road, Woodbury Township. On April 9, police were called to the home of a 63-year-old man for a report of Cunningham yelling and threatening him.

Single-Vehicle Crash

One person was taken to UPMC Altoona for treatment of injuries suffered in a crash along Piney Creek Road, Woodbury Township, Blair County, on April 1. State Police, Hollidaysburg, said Jody A. Kensinger, 49, of Williamsburg, was traveling on Piney Creek Road when the 2001 Ford F250 she was driving lost traction on icy pavement and crossed into the left lane and struck an embankment before rolling onto its roof.

Single-Vehicle Crash

State Police, Hollidaysburg, were dispatched to a single-vehicle accident on Interstate 99, Freedom Township, on March 30. Police said John J. Brumm, 40, of Altoona, was traveling north on I-99 when he lost control of his 2005 Dodge Durango while attempting to pass another vehicle. Brumm’s vehicle struck the guard fence that is in the median before coming to a rest. Brumm, and his passenger, Debora B. Ramnath, 58, of Altoona, suffered minor injuries but refused transport to the hospital. Brumm was cited for driving on roadways laned for traffic.

Underage Drinking

Katherine Curran, 20, of Wilmington, Delaware, was charged by State Police, Bedford, with underage drinking. On April 14, police responded to a home along Pulpit Road, Woodbury Township, Bedford County, for a report of a female who was intoxicated. Upon arriving at the scene, police found Curran to be under the influence of alcohol.


State Police, Hollidaysburg, charged Cheryl Bronico, 59, of Woodbury, with driving under the influence. According to police, Bronico was causing a disturbance in the parking lot of Kensinger Auto Village, Roaring Spring, in the early morning hours of April 3. Bronico was transported to Conemaugh Nason Medical Center in Roaring Spring for a legal blood draw and was subsequently arrested for DUI.


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