Counterfeit fifties, an elbow bent too far at the Midtown Bar, alleged public drunkenness, thievery and disagreements that nearly crossed the line were among the matters attended to by Port Allegany Police in the week that began Monday, November 8 and ended Sunday, November 14.
At 10:05 a.m. last Monday, Officer Joseph Dzubak received a complaint of harassment from a North Main Street resident who indicated that her juvenile son was being harassed by another male juvenile. An investigation was commenced.
Last Tuesday evening at 10:30 Officer Adam Dickerson was dispatched to 211 East Mill Street to assist the ambulance staff, who were dealing with an intoxicated female who wanted to file charges against another female. The patient said that while she was at the Midtown Bar, the other female had dislocated the patientís elbow. Dickerson advised the complainant to come to the police station the next day when she was no longer intoxicated, if she wished to prefer charges. However, she did not do so.
At 9:46 p.m. Thursday Officer Tony Tanner was requested by Kane-based Pennsylvania State Police to attempt to locate a vehicle said to be involved in a hit-and-run near Two Mile Road. Tanner found the alleged offender, who is a male juvenile.
At 10 a.m. Friday Officer Kyle Day was informed by First National Bank of Port Allegany that five local businesses have received counterfeit fifty-dollar bills. The matter is under investigation.
At 3 p.m. Officer Day executed a warrant issued by Magisterial Judge Bill Todd by arresting Timothy Durgan Jr. for alleged theft of an iPod from a motor vehicle parked in the Dollar General parking lot.
At 4:30 p.m. Officer Tanner received a call from Tiffany Yentzer who said that her ex, Chris Taylor, had been following her around and verbally harassing her. The matter is under investigation.
Tanner got a 7:35 p.m. call from a mother stating that her minor son was being harassed by another juvenile male. She said that the other juvenile had hit her son in the head. Tanner is awaiting statements from witnesses. Charges are pending.
Saturday at 1:45 a.m. Tanner saw Colby Dynda leaning against a building on Maple Street, and found that he was manifestly under the influence of alcohol, and unable to walk without falling. Tanner cited him for public intoxication.
At 10:30 p.m. Saturday Officer Dickerson went to 211 East Mill Street in response to a report of a domestic conflict between Jennifer Pinchock and Pat Pinchock. He told the disputants that further complaints would result in disorderly conduct charges.