Corry City Police

• Corry police responded to Cindy’s Mane Event on North Center Street to investigate a complaint of criminal mischief on the night of Jan. 26. Police believe that an unknown suspect damaged the business’ Pepsi machine, located in front of the building, sometime between Jan. 23 and Jan. 25. Police said the monetary amount of damage was not available at the time of the news release and the investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Corry City Police at 664-2222.

• Corry City Police were called to Walmart, 961 E. Columbus Ave., at noon Jan. 26 for a complaint of retail theft. The police investigation determined that Ned Amacher II, 23, of Corry, and Mystic Lindstrom, 21, of Corry, were responsible for stealing store merchandise without paying the full retail value. The pair stole a box of envelopes and two sheets of laminate valued at $12.78. Police said all items were recovered. Amacher and Lindstrom were issued citations for summary retail theft and will answer the charges before District Judge Brenda Nichols of Corry. 


Pennsylvania State Police

BLOOMFIELD — Pennsylvania state troopers stopped a 2007 Chevrolet Impala driving on Route 77 at 1:50 p.m. Jan. 28 for an expired inspection sticker. During the traffic stop, police discovered precursors for the manufacture of methamphetamine in the vehicle. All four of the vehicle’s occupants were taken into custody and charged with Act 64 violations. State police at Corry said the apprehended occupants were Gary J. Palmer, 50, of Elgin; Devin R. Palmer, 21, of Elgin; Amara Czech, 25, of Union City; and Vickie L. Vannucci, 47, of Union City. 

PITTSFIELD — State police at Warren reported a motor vehicle accident that occurred at 5:01 a.m. Jan. 20 as Steven P. Harrah, 24, of Oil City, was traveling north on Route 27 behind two PennDOT plow trucks. The first plow truck, which was driven by Francis R. Byers Jr., 48, of Spring Creek, was attempting to make a left hand turn onto Mickle Hill Road. State police said Harrah’s 1994 Ford Ranger could not slow down in time and entered the oncoming lane. Harrah’s vehicle struck Byers’ plow truck in the seven o’clock position. Neither driver was injured or cited. Harrah’s Ranger was towed from the scene by Thompson’s Garage.  

COLUMBUS — State police at Corry said a known 55-year-old Corry man falsified information when attempting to obtain a firearm from C & H Sports, 45490 Route 6, at 3:30 p.m. Sept. 21, 2015. The investigation is ongoing. 

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