Meadville Tribune

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June 30, 2013

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-Pennsylvania State Police reported a hit and run crash near a residence at the intersection of Oakmont Drive and Hillcrest Drive in Bloomfield Township at 5 a.m. June 25. One or more unknown suspects traveling on Oakmont Drive reportedly turned onto Hillcrest Drive and left the roadway, striking a pine tree and fence on nearby property. The suspects caused an estimated $300 in damage and fled the scene undetected, police said.

-A 15-year-old male was accused of possession of marijuana for an alleged incident on East Freemont Street in Townville at 8:20 p.m. June 24, according to state police. The suspect’s mother reportedly notified police officers of marijuana in her residence. Upon investigation, police reported finding three marijuana plants growing in the juvenile’s bedroom.

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