Pennsylvania State Police
• AMITY — State police at Corry said Timothy R. Bayle, 60, of Union City, was sitting in the middle of Route 8, just south of Casler Road, blocking the southbound lane at 9:25 p.m. Dec. 30. After further investigation, police determined Bayle was driving under the influence of alcohol. Bayle will be charged with driving under the influence and other summary traffic violations though District Judge Brenda Nichols’ office in Corry.
• SPARTANSBURG — An unknown person gained entry into multiple buildings at the Spartansburg Fairgrounds in Crawford County sometime between 7 p.m. Dec. 30 and 8 a.m. Dec. 31. State police at Corry said damage was caused to buildings belonging to three different people due to forced entry. The suspect fled the scene undetected.
• BLOOMFIELD — A burglary and criminal mischief incident occurred as an unknown individual smashed out the glass of French doors on the southeast side of a building located near Lakeview Drive and Payne Avenue sometime between Sept. 27 and Dec. 30. State police at Corry said the individual gained entry through the French doors and ransacked the building once inside of the 82-year-old Pittsburgh woman’s residence. Police estimate that $750 worth of damage was done to the property during the break in. A list of stolen items is pending on inventory by the owner.
• CONEWANGO — A 56-year-old Spring Creek Township man was one of five victims following an incident at Warren State Hospital, 33 Main Dr., at 4:45 p.m. Dec. 13. State police at Warren said Nebraska Bishop, 40, of Warren, took a medical syringe and barricaded herself in a bathroom. While staff members were trying to safely remove Bishop from the bathroom, she threw the syringe at the staff members. She was detained in a safe room, but became violent again and the altercation became physical. Police said charges against Bishop were filed with District Judge Laura Bauer of North Warren.
• COLUMBUS — State police at Corry said Brittany Swan, 19, of Columbus, subjected a 39-year-old Columbus Township woman to physical contact by striking her in the face with a closed fist and pulled the victim’s hair during an altercation on East Main Street at 5 p.m. Jan. 2. Harassment charges are pending with District Judge Todd Woodin of Youngsville.
Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office
• FRENCH CREEK — Chautauqua County Sheriff deputies responded to an alleged disturbance in the town of French Creek at 12:45 a.m. Jan. 2. Following an investigation, deputies determined that Donald M. Miller III, 24, of Clymer, got into a physical altercation with another individual at a residence on Pekin Hill Road. Miller was charged with harrassment in the second degree and will appear in French Creek town court on a later date to answer the charge.