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Police reports

Altoona police

— Robert A. Stahl, 74, 2825 Oak Ave., was arrested Thursday on the 2800 block of Broad Avenue and charged with DUI.

— Paul Hatch II, 31, 111 Sixth Ave., was arrested Tuesday at Seventh Street and Sixth Avenue and charged with DUI.

— Jason E. Naullet, 41 1708 Fourth Ave., was arrested Monday at Chestnut Avenue and Seventh Street and charged with DUI.

Logan Township police

— Tyler Beatty, 19, 2826 Spruce Ave., is charged with defiant trespass for an alleged incident Tuesday at the Logan Valley Mall.

— Jeffrey A. Holmberg, 52, was arrested Monday morning on the 1400 block of East Third Avenue and charged with burglary, criminal trespass, simple assault and harassment.

— John F. Kissel, 53, 746 Chapel Drive, was arrested Jan. 22 at his home and charged with simple assault and harassment after a domestic incident.

— Abigail Lytle, 24, 18 Avalon Road, was arrested Jan. 15 on East Pleasant Valley boulevard and charged with DUI.

Hollidaysburg state police

— Nicholas Alley, 27, Bellwood, was cited for criminal mischief after an alleged incident Jan. 24 on the 900 block of North Fifth Street in Bellwood.

— Cameron R. Barroner, 26, 1127 Creekside Drive, was arrested early Jan. 17 on Route 36 in Logan Township and charged with DUI.

— Brian Notestine, Woodbury, is charged with theft from a motor vehicle after an alleged incident Dec. 7 at Central High School in North Woodbury Township.

— Shawna Diyanni, Smithmill, is charged with theft of services for allegedly failing to pay for four nights at the Bellmeade motel 1880 E. Pleasant Valley Blvd., in late November and early December 2015.

Bedford state police

— John Allen Long, 44, and Chelsea Marie Long, 23, both of New Enterprise, were charged with harassment after an alleged incident on the 200 block of Twin Ridge Road in Bloomfield Township, Bedford County.

— Cory A. Dibert, 25, of Bedford is charged with access device fraud and theft after allegedly using a family member’s debit card Jan. 2 and Jan. 3 in Bedford Township, Bedford County.

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Altoona police

– Leon Williams Jr., 27, 1708 14th St., was arrested early Sunday at Fourth Street and Howard Avenue and charged with driving under the influence.

Hollidaysburg state police

– Matthew Joseph Damico, 33, of Tyrone was charged with simple assault after he allegedly punched a 34-year-old woman in the face Friday during a dispute. Police took Damico into custody, charged him and released him on $15,000 unsecured bail.

Huntingdon state police

– Beth Ann Bratton, 40, no address listed, was charged with retail theft after she allegedly tried to hide items in a shopping bag at the Smithfield Township Wal-Mart on Jan. 7.

– Dennis Gene Collins Jr., no address listed, was charged with drug possession after police allegedly found him in possession of drugs and paraphernalia on Jan. 11. Police didn’t specify the drugs he allegedly possessed.

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Bedford state police

– A green wallet containing multiple identification cards was found Wednesday afternoon on Sara Furnace Road in King Township. The wallet is now with state police in Bedford.

– An intruder entered a home through its back door on the 3800 block of Quaker Valley Road in West St. Clair Township Wednesday night. Nothing was taken from the home, but the intruder could be heard walking in the house. Two cars, one blue and one white, were seen leaving the home.

Hollidaysburg state police

– Two Tyrone residents will face harassment charges for an alleged incident early Friday on Baughman Hollow Road in Snyder Township. Karen Weaver, 50, of Tyrone and David Livingston, 39, of Tyrone were arguing when Weaver punched and bit Livingston, police said. Livingston, at some point, knocked Weavers glasses off, damaging them, according to a state police information release. Police said harassment charges are to be filed.

Huntingdon state police

– Unknown actors stole a 200-pound PennDOT grate from Route 641 in Dublin Township sometime between Dec. 25 and Friday. The grate is valued at $150, and anyone with information about its disappearance is asked to call state police in Huntingdon.

– A Huntingdon woman was the victim of fraud some time between Nov. 28 and 29, when an unknown actor from California withdrew $1,006 from her bank account.

– Thomas J. Terebecki, 26, of Lock Haven faces charges of harassment for an alleged incident Dec. 14 when he allegedly sent lewd text messages to a 19-year-old Neelyton woman.

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Clearfield state police

– Kody S. Mayhew, 20, Clearfield, was charged Friday with harassment and criminal mischief after he was accused of punching his fist through the window of a vehicle belonging to a Curwensville man. The window shattered, causing the Curwensville man to suffer a laceration to his left ear. The incident occured in a parking lot along Filbert Street.

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Altoona police

— Derek McKee, 31, 1002 Broadway, was arrested Thursday morning at First Street and Chestnut Avenue and charged with driving under the influence.

— Lana Dimmig, no age available, 506 26th St., Apt. 3, was arrested Friday morning at Fifth Avenue and 26th Street where she was charged with public drunkenness and a related charge.

— Carrie Skinner, 41, 1418 16th Ave., was arrested Friday night on the 1400 block of 16th Avenue, on a warrant, and she was charged with public drunkness.

— Derick Clapper, no age available, 2407 Third Ave., was arrested Friday morning at his residence and charged with obstructing justice and resisting arrest.

— Edward Nichols, no age available, 1718 Fifth St., was arrested Friday morning on the 1900 block of Fifth Avenue and charged with simple assault, aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person and related charges.

— Keyonte Robinson, no age available, 1718 Fifth St., was arrested Friday morning on the 1900 block of Fifth Avenue and charged with simple assault, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.

— Aaron Schmitt, no age available, Altoona, was arrested Friday morning on the 500 block of North Fifth Avenue and charged with simple assault, criminal trespassing, harassement and related charges.

Bedford state police

— Two packages were reported stolen on Dec. 21 from an apartment complex along Rest Home Road in Harrison Township.

Huntingdon state police

— An Orbisonia woman is expected to be charged with theft after allegedly stealing migrane medication valued at $4 from the Dollar General store in Cromwell Township.

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