A Salix woman was jailed Monday after she was caught burglarizing a Geistown home, authorities allege. Geistown police charged Kimberly Ann Gargon, 55, of the 100 block of Adams Drive, with burglary and receiving stolen property. According to a criminal complaint, Geistown police said a woman returned to her home in the 200 block of Hawthorne Street and found Gargon inside. The homeowner chased Gargon outside and held her down in the front yard until police arrived, the complaint said.
A father and his son were jailed on Friday accused of stealing a donation box from a Cambria City art gallery, authorities said. Cambria County detectives charged Vaun Edward Miller Sr., 49, and Vaun Edward Miller Jr., 27, with theft, conspiring to commit theft and criminal trespass. In a criminal complaint, detectives said the Millers were on a work crew at the time of the April 2017 theft.
A 70-year-old man struck a deer Tuesday morning driving on Route 869 east near Sidman, Croyle Township, police said. The vehicle slid off the roadway after the 10 a.m. accident. No one was taken to the hospital.The deer needed to be put down, police said. Patrick Buchnowski is a reporter for The Tribune-Democrat. He can be reached at 532-5061. Follow him on Twitter @PatBuchnowskiTD.
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Selecting a term
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