Police reports

Bedford state police

Three people are believed to be involved in spray painting multiple windows, doors, signs and vehicles at Northern Bedford County High School, South Woodbury Township, between 2:30 and 3 a.m. Thursday, July 19. Surveillance video indicates that three males, between 16 and 20 years old, arrived and left in a possibly silver SUV and a white sedan. Anyone with information about the incident should contact state police at Bedford at 623-6133.

A 35-year-old Everett man told police his identity was recently stolen by someone claiming to be a a Verizon employee. The man told police that he provided a code to the impersonator who accessed his Verizon account and secured information to open several credit cards.

Sarah Ann Barnes, an inmate at the Bedford County Jail, was charged recently with aggravated assault, aggravated harassment by prisoner, simple assault and harassment. Police said Barnes spit on a corrections officer after failing to obey the officer’s commands.

Logan Township police

Ann Marie Hanczaryk, 63, Cassandra, was recently charged with a third degree felony for retail theft after she was accused of stealing items valued at $1,010 from Boscov’s in Logan Town Centre. Charges indicate put Hanczaryk put clothing, jewelry and other items into multiple handbags and tried to conceal all merchandise in a shopping cart. She was apprehended in the store parking lot.

Bonnie Noll-Nelson, Altoona, was recently charged with forgery, access device fraud, theft by deception, identity theft and receiving stolen property after she was accused of using a stolen credit card to purchase two cell phones valued at $1,579 from Best Buy in Logan Towne Centre.

Philipsburg state police

Three juveniles have been identified in a Saturday burglary of the Vape Attix, 428 N. Front St., Philipsburg. Police said the juveniles broke a window to gain access to the business, then removed assorted items before fleeing. Charges will be filed through the Centre County Juvenile Probation Office.