Somerset Borough police blotter: June 15

June 18, 2018

Trailer vandalized

Somerset Borough police are investigating an incident at a home along Gary Lane in the Cherry Lane Estates mobile home court.

Lois Leonberger contacted the police department to report vandalism to her residence at approximately 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.

She said she heard scratching on the outside of her trailer while she was inside the residence. She went outside and discovered that the side of her trailer had been damaged.

Police observed several scratches and indentations on the side of the trailer. Police did not have any suspects.

Medication missing

Kevin Blicharski, of Somerset, told borough police that prescription medication that was delivered to his residence along West Main Street on Tuesday was missing from his mailbox. The investigation is continuing.

Hit-and-run driver strikes light pole

Somerset Borough police are investigating a hit-and-run accident at Turkey Hill along North Center Avenue.

An employee reported that a light pole was struck and knocked into a gas price sign early on the morning of June 8. The vehicle was a white truck pulling a trailer with small campers on it.

Mailbox egged

Someone threw eggs at Kelly Lowdermilk’s mailbox in the 400 block of West Main Street in Somerset Borough. Lowdermilk reported the incident on June 5. There was mail in the mailbox at the time.