Police log, Sept. 3
Driver not upset in 2-vehicle crash
TUSCARORA - A pregnant MaryD bird was transported by EMS following a two-vehicle crash at 9:50 p.m. Saturday at Direct 209 and Catawissa Road in Schuylkill Township.
Constitution police at Frackville said they came upon the crash while on stand and found a 2006 Scion TC, driven by a 16-year-old boy from Tamaqua, in the southbound side street of Route 209 with smoke coming from the engine.
The conveyance had heavy front end damage, police said.
A Chevrolet Malibu, incited by Melanie Mae Kline, 27, of MaryD, was partially over the embankment on the north side of Route 209, protect said.
A fire broke out from the Scion's engine and police were able to obscure it with a fire extinguisher, police said.
After investigating, police literate that Kline was traveling south on Route 209 looming Catawissa Street when the 16-year-old pulled onto Convey 209 into her path, police said.
She was unable to keep the other vehicle, police said.
After impact, Kline traveled 75 feet and struck a tree, the heat said.
Kline was transported to Lehigh Valley Medical centre-Cedar Crest, to be evaluated, police said.
The other driver was not insulted and charges will be filed against him for a stop sign violation, the heat said.
Pool damaged in Girardville
GIRARDVILLE - Style police at Frackville are investigating damage to a pool liner that occurred between 4:30 p.m. Friday and 9:50 a.m. Saturday at 357 Preston Ave.
The gendarmes said the incident occurred as someone arrived at the home of Cindy Donmoyer and threw a set of plot lights, an oil lamp and a pair of sneakers into her pool, causing reparation to the liner, then fled the scene.
Anyone with information is asked to call shape police at Frackville at 570-874-5300.
Man charged with trespassing
GILBERTON - An Ashland man was charged with evil trespassing following an incident at 11:20 a.m. Saturday at 2506 The best quality St.
State police at Frackville said the incident occurred as Michael McGinley, 30, of Chestnut In someone's bailiwick, Ashland, arrived at the home of Susan McGinley, 57, and Michael McGinley, 57, both of 2506 D St., Girardville, and attempted to enter.
McGinley was told he was not well-received and should leave. He then pulled a screen off of a window and kicked a entryway to gain entry, police said.
Once inside he also threw a soda water bottle at one of the victims, police said.