State police at Gibson responded to a report of harassment in Rush Township on July 20.

Police say that at 11:37 p.m., they arrived at a Graham Road address to follow up a domestic incident in which Nathan Ramey 39, of Montrose, grabbed the shirt of a 24-year-old female from Montrose and shoved her during an argument. Ramey fled the scene prior to police arrival.

A citation for harassment was filed through District Court 34-3-01.

Tpr. Christopher Mitchell investigated.

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State police at Gibson responded to a report of drug possession in Brooklyn Township on July 19.

Police say that at 7:12 a.m., they were conducting a welfare check at the intersection of Oakley and Sali roads, when they discovered the 36-year-old male from Nicholson had an active warrant for his arrest and was in possession of crystal meth. His 2009 Chevrolet Malibu was towed.

Tpr. Nicholas Avvisato investigated.

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State police at Gibson responded to an attempted homicide in Auburn Township on July 17.

Police say that around 9 p.m., they went to a location on White Creek Road for a report of a shooting. Investigation revealed that during the course of a verbal argument, Deana Diprinzio, 53, of Meshoppen, discharged a firearm striking a 29-year-old male from Springville in the leg. Diprinzio was taken into custody.

Tpr. Roger Riddell investigated.

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State police at Gibson responded to a report of a suspicious person in Lenox Township on July 17.

Police say that at 7:49 p.m. they responded to a gas station on Rt. 92, where a 24-year-old female from Moosic was found to be DUI. Her 2018 Honda Civic was towed.

Tpr. Nicholas Avvisato investigated.

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State police at Gibson responded to a motor vehicle crash in Brooklyn Township on July 17.

Police say that at 8:03 a.m., a vehicle traveling on Oakley Road, left the roadway and struck a 2005 Toyota Corolla parked in a driveway. The vehicle fled the scene but the Toyota sustained heavy damage to the rear end but was drivable.

Tpr. Nathaniel Oliver investigated.

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State police at Tunkhannock responded to a motor vehicle crash in Tunkhannock Township on July 17.

Police say that at 6:14 a.m., Matthew S. Gatto, 30, of Hop Bottom, was travelling south in a 2000 Dodge Neon on Route 92 at unsafe speeds, when he lost control and struck a culvert disabling the vehicle.

He was cited for driving on roadways laned for traffic.

Tpr. Andrew Hurchick investigated.

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State police at Gibson responded to a motor vehicle crash in Auburn Township on July 16.

Police say that around 6:44 a.m., Eric Benscoter, 40, of Elmira, N.Y., was travelling west on SR 3004 in a 2007 Ford Explorer when it drifted off the road and struck a utility pole. He was cited for driving vehicle at safe speed.

Tpr. Gregory Yanochko investigated.

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State police at Gibson served a warrant in Brooklyn Township on July 15.

Police say that at 8:24 a.m. while attempting to serve a warrant on another individual, Tessa Thomas, 35, of Nicholson was found to have active arrest warrants in Lackawanna and Wyoming counties. She was also found to be in possession of methamphetamine.

Tpr. Nicholas Nederostek investigated.

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State police at Towanda responded to a motor vehicle crash in Tunkhannock Township on July 15.

Police say that at 6:11 a.m., Hannah Laurie Taylor, 39, of Canton, was traveling west on Route 6 in a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am, when she traveled from the westbound to eastbound lane and struck a guard rail continuing into a field. She was transported to Tyler Memorial Hospital for a legal blood draw.

Tpr. Stephen Mascaro is continuing the investigation.

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State police at Tunkhannock responded to a report of a theft in Monroe Township on July 14.

Police say that at 9:29 p.m. they responded to the Dollar General about a retail theft that had occurred the night before. Tonya Wolfe, 35, of Noxen, and Keith Wilkes, 30, of Noxen, were arrested.

Tpr. Stephen Mascaro is continuing the investigation.

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State police at Gibson responded to a possible PFA violation in Auburn Township on July 9.

Police say that at 4:41 p.m., an individual on Marshall Road telephoned the barracks about a protection from abuse violation that was occurring via text messages.

Tpr. Christine Lashinski is continuing the investigation.

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State police at Laporte responded to a possible drug violation on July 4 at Eagles Mere.

Police say that at 2:29 p.m., they received a request for a welfare check on a woman in a 2008 silver Subaru parked in the Catholic Church parking lot near the intersection of Geyelin Avenue and Eagles Mere Avenue. It was believed a 37-year-old female from Factoryville was under the influence of a controlled substance. She was taken to Towanda Memorial Hospital where she submitted to a chemical blood draw.

Tpr. Derek Martin is continuing the investigation.

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State police at Gibson responded to report of a theft in Gibson Township on June 28.

Police say that around 1:50 p.m., they responded to a 19-year-old female from Kingsley at a location on Wilkins Road who reported a sum of money was missing from a safe in her room.

Tpr. Christine Lashinski is continuing the investigation.

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State police at Tunkhannock responded to a report of thedt in Eaton Township on June 22.

Police say that at 12:03 p.m., they located Corinne Wolfson, 34, of Buffalo, N.Y., and Keary Kean, 48, of Lackawanna, N.Y., at the WalMart on Hunter Highway putting merchanise in a 2019 Rogue and Wolfson was seem on video returning some stolen items for a refund). Merchandise taken amounted to $451.97. Charges have been filed against both in District Court 44-3-02.

Tpr. Blade Bernosky investigated.

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State police at Tunkhannock responded to a report of harassment on June 19 in Falls Township.

Police say at 4 p.m., a 12-year-old female from Dalton sent a sexually inappropriate picture by electronic communication to another juvenile on Rt. 307

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