State police blotter: Nov. 29
Car travels down embankment
Melissa Bauman, 38, Somerset, sustained minor injuries when the vehicle she was driving east on West Bakersville Edie Road traveled down an embankment and came to rest against an electric fence on Nov. 22, according to state police. She was wearing a seat belt, police said.
State police are investigating the recovery Tuesday of a 2017 Chevrolet Equinox that was reported stolen by the New York Police Department. Police identified Mirela Sujak, of Astoria, New York, as the victim. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 814-445-4104.
Someone entered the West Salisbury Foundry along Tub Mill Run Road over the weekend and damaged three doors, but did not take anything from the building, according to state police. There are no suspects, police said.
A purse was taken around 11 p.m. Saturday from the Buckhorn Taverne along Glades Pike in Somerset Township, according to state police. Police identified Mary Weakland, of Somerset, as the victim. Police have a suspect.
Truck strikes utility pole
John Stoltzfus, 34, Somerset, sustained minor injuries when he lost control of his truck on slush-covered Samuels Road in Somerset Township Saturday. The truck traveled off the right side of the roadway and hit a utility pole, police said.
Dwayne Wiedner, of Friedens, received a $1,800 bill from T-Mobile Monday despite the fact that he does not have a T-Mobile account, state police said.
Deer statue placed on car
Regina Bedford, White Oak Street, Rockwood, told police that someone placed a deer statue on her parked car, damaging the paint, early Tuesday, according to state police. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 814-445-4104.