An Ohio trucker wasn’t hurt in a crash in Bedford Borough.

Borough police said Josue Infante-Zuniga, 44, of Westerville, was trying to make a right turn from southbound North Richard Street onto westbound East Pitt Street on Oct. 14. The truck’s right wheels struck the curb, and the trailer showed evidence of striking the bollard, police said.

A Saxton man wasn’t hurt in a crash in South Woodbury Township.

State police said Johnathan G. Thompson, 26, was driving west on Cave Road when his car crossed the center line and the eastbound lane and struck a utility pole. The car had to be towed, police said. Southern Cove firefighters assisted at the crash, reported at 5:58 p.m. Jan. 11.

An Everett woman suffered a suspected minor injury in a three-vehicle crash in Snake Spring Township.

State police said a GMC Sierra driven by Melinda Deyong, 75, of Clearville, was westbound on Lincoln Highway when she attempted to make a left turn and pulled in front of an eastbound driver from Bridgewater, Va., who was not identified in a police report. Police said a third car, driven by Catherine Morris, 89, of Everett, was unable to stop and her car struck the Deyong vehicle. Police said Morris was transported to UPMC-Bedford by Bedford Area Ambulance. The crash was reported at 11:48 a.m. Dec. 27.

A motorist sustained a suspected minor injury in a crash with a school bus in King Township on Jan. 7.

State police said Cody A. Baughman, 30, of Osterburg, was driving on Bowser Road about 2 p.m.when he lost control on the icy road and slid into the path of a school bus driven by Audrey J. Felix, 70, of New Paris. Felix and the 12 students on her bus were not hurt.

A Bedford woman was accused of assault.

State police said Angie Bowser, 40, struck a 44-year-old man in the chest on Dec. 1 about 1:39 a.m. Police said Bowser was taken into custody, arraigned and placed in the Bedford County Jail.

Home heating oil was stolen from an Osterburg residence.

State police said they received a report from a Main Street resident that someone stole heating oil. Police said someone walked to the rear of the residence and took about 30 gallons of fuel valued at $63.60. The theft took place about 5:30 a.m. Jan. 9. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 623-6133.

Someone stole kerosene from an East Providence Township residence.

State police said the fuel, valued at $335, was reported stolen at 4:10 p.m. Jan. 8.

A Clearville man was defrauded of a large amount of cash.

Police said the victim, who lives along Cessna Sawmill Road, was contacted by someone claiming to be from the Social Security office and the U.S. Treasury Department, and convinced the victim to buy multiple gift cards and provide the codes. The victim also was persuaded to send about $29,500 in cash to a location in California. Police said the package was intercepted by the Department of Homeland Security. The investigation is still continuing, police said. The scam took place between Dec. 15 and Jan. 3, police said.

A Breezewood man was accused of DUI.

State police said John Huggins, 50, backed his van into a ditch along Raystown Road/Industrial Boulevard in West Providence Township about 10:18 p.m. Jan. 10.

A Hopewell Township woman was taken into custody on an out-of-state warrant.

State police said Maritza Pagan, 48, was arrested on a Florida warrant on Dec. 9.

Two people were charged with harassment following an altercation on Jan. 1.

State police said they responded to reports of a domestic dispute along Clark Road in Monroe Township. Police said Harry Beckner, 47, and Emily Beckner, 18, were charged after the dispute turned physical.

A Claysburg man was charged with a DUI crash.

Police said they investigated a single-vehicle crash along North Imler Valley Road in Kimmel Township about 1:30 p.m. Jan. 4, and determined that the driver, Jeffrey Kelly, 63, was under the influence.

A Saxton woman was charged with suspicion of DUI.

State police said they responded to assist Saxton Borough Police with a traffic stop along Raystown Road in Hopewell Township about 3:13 a.m. Dec. 22. Police said Tiffany Wright, 40, had indicators of impairment and was taken into custody.

Contact Paul Rowan at prowan@bedfordgazette.com, 623-1151, ext. 140.

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