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By RICK BOSTON
Staff Writer 

– Police Reports –

 

October 31, 2019



Terroristic Threats

Daniel Brunner, 43, of Martinsburg, was charged with making terroristic threats at a home along Pulpit Road, Woodbury Township, Bedford County on Sept. 20. State Police, Bedford, said Brunner threatened to burn down the house of a 59-year-old Martinsburg woman.

Burglary

State Police, Hollidaysburg, are investigating a burglary that happened along Ski Gap Road, Greenfield Township, Blair County on Oct. 3. Police said unknown actors entered the residence by force. While inside, the actors went to the back bedroom and broke the top drawer of a night stand. The actors took 14 Tramadol pills.

Harassment

State Police, Hollidaysburg, have charged Martin Woods, 18, of Queen, with harassment with physical contact. Police responded to a home along Penndale Avenue, Greenfield Township, Blair County, on Oct. 4 for an argument over a Facebook password. The argument turned physical and Woods was cited.

Burglary

State Police, Hollidaysburg, are investigating a burglary that happened along Juniata River Road, Woodbury Township, Blair County, between Sept. 21 and Sept. 22. Police said unknown actors stole several pieces of tools.

Single-Vehicle Crash

Tyler J. Musselman, 24, of Woodbury was cited after a single-vehicle crash along Bud Shuster Bypass just north of U.S. 30 east. State Police, Bedford, said Musselman was travelling north on the Bud Shuster Bypass in West Providence Township at approximately 6 p.m. on Oct. 22 when his vehicle lost traction on its rear tires causing it to oversteer. Musselman’s vehicle then collided head-on into a guide rail. No injuries were reported. Musselman was cited for driving on roadways laned for traffic.

 

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