An Everett man crashed his car into a tree.

State police said Adam D. Phipps, 51, lost control of his Honda Civic while driving along Black Valley Road in West Providence Township about 8:15 a.m. May 12. Police said the car crashed into a tree, causing disabling damage. Phipps was not injured.

Adderall pills were stolen.

State police said a 37-year-old Three Springs woman reported 57 Adderall pills were stolen sometime between May 10 and 13.

A Bedford man was charged with stealing a radio.

State police said Seth Robosson, 36, allegedly stole a car radio from Walmart on May 8. Police said Robosson removed the radio from its packaging and concealed it in his pants. He then left the store without paying for the radio. Walmart Loss Prevention reviewed video surveillance and contacted police on May 13. Robosson was arrested moments after he was released from the Bedford County Correctional Facility from a separate incident. Bail was set at $10,000 straight.

A Martinsburg woman is the victim of a theft by deception impersonation.

Krista McDowell, 57, was attempting to obtain a personal loan when someone identifying themselves as a representative from Instaloan in an unknown location contacted her and offered her the loan, state police said. The person then contacted her again Monday and advised her they had sent too much money and needed her to send the excess back in Google Play gift cards. The loss is valued at $1,390.

A 34-year-old Columbia man has been charged with driving under the influence.

Daniel Taddy was operating a 2003 Cadillac along Interstate 70 in East Providence Township at 8:36 p.m. April 28 when state police conducted a traffic stop. While speaking with the operator, state police said indicators of impairment were observed, and Taddy was asked to submit to a field sobriety test. He was observed to be impaired during the test and was taken into custody on suspicion of DUI.

A Saxton man has been charged with driving under the influence.

Ryan Zelanko, 20, was operating a 2006 Ford Mustang along Saxton Road and Wall Street in Liberty Township about 9:36 p.m. April 25 when he was found to be impaired during a field sobriety test performed following a traffic stop, state police said, noting Zelanko also did not have a valid driver’s license. He was taken to UPMC Bedford for a DUI blood draw.

A 14-year-old male was charged with harassment threatening physical contact.

State police said the juvenile sent a threatening message to a 13-year-old male about 6:45 p.m. Tuesday at a location on Renaissance Circle in West Providence Township.

A Baltimore, Maryland, resident has been charged with theft, theft by deception and forgery.

The 53-year-old male forged and cashed checks that were not issued to him, state police said. The incident occurred March 29 along Lincoln Highway in Bedford Township and involved 2015 Honda Motor Co. checks valued at $3,031.80.

An Everett man was cited for disorderly conduct and trespassing.

The Everett Police Department said 44-year-old Byron N. Morrison, of 438 South Huntington St., was cited after he allegedly entered the property of Stephan Calhoun, 323 Water St., and caused a disturbance about 8 p.m. May 12. Police said Morrison refused to leave when told.

Two Everett women were cited for swearing in public.

The Everett Police Department said Mary Spriggs, 37, of 27 West 3rd St., and Diana Camille Lovrencic, 59, of 29 West 3rd St. began yelling and swearing at a 32-year-old woman across the street about 5:10 pm May 2.

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