Was that dog barking again? Who took the keys out of the Jeep? Did the Coudersport man hit the Port Allegany woman’s truck in the high school parking lot? Was someone not following his principles while following the principal? These were mysteries detected in the Port Allegany Police Department log for the week that began Monday, December 13 and ended Sunday, December 19.
Last Monday at 10:45 a.m. Chief Dave Distrola was told about a complaint by David Smoker that he was receiving harassing communications. Distrola found that the incident had occurred outside the borough. The complaint was referred to the Smethport Borough Police and Pennsylvania State Police.
At 8:41 p.m. Officer Tony Tanner received a complaint from Dave Surmon that “Daugherty’s dog” was barking again. When the officer cruised by the residence he did not hear a barking dog.
Last Tuesday at 10:28 p.m. Tanner assisted with traffic control at the Route 6-North Main Street intersection, while electric lines were reported to be down on Route 6.
At 6:30 p.m. last Wednesday Marc Budd, principal of Port Allegany Junior-Senior High School, reported that Brandon Goodreau had been driving erratically and tailgating him through town, after Budd had reprimanded Goodreau for doing doughnuts in the school parking lot. Investigation continues and charges are pending. Officer Kyle Day was on duty.
There was a report of a domestic incident at 12:34 a.m. Thursday. Keisha Major and Dy’ron Johnson were said to be arguing at an apartment at 18 North Main street. Major left voluntarily, according to Day’s report.
Thursday at 3:45 p.m. Officer Adam Dickerson received a complaint of harassment by cell phone. Jamie Keech indicated that Jared Nellis has been calling and texting her. Dickerson advised Nellis not to call or text Keech, or he would be charged.
At 7:06 p.m. Dickerson helped with traffic control while a tractor-trailer with a mechanical problem was blocking Main Street.
Friday at 8:30 p.m. Officer Dickerson served a Protection From Abuse (PFA) order on Lindsay Bachman at 27 East Vine Street, at the request of the McKean County Sheriff’s Department, per James Babcock.
At 10 p.m. Dickerson received a complaint from Darlene Manning that her keys had been removed from her 2002 Jeep Cherokee while she was attending meetings on Arnold Avenue.
Saturday evening at 9:40 p.m. Officer Dickerson responded to a report of a car crash at the high school parking lot. Laurie Russell said that Don Kelsey of Coudersport had hit her truck. Dickerson did not observe any damage. He advised her to contact her insurance company.
At 3:35 p.m. Sunday Officer Dickerson got a complaint from Janelle Kelley of East Mill Street that a car had been stolen. Dickerson investigated and learned that the owner of the vehicle had taken it home to Eldred.
At 6:45 Dickerson received a parking complaint from Susie Werts of Church Street. She said a car was parked on the sidewalk. Dickerson instructed the vehicle owner to move it.