Police Briefs, Aug. 2, 2013
Dushore teen uninjured in crash
Colton P. Fry, 17, of Dushore was uninjured when he was involved in a recent motor vehicle accident in Mehoopany Township, police said.
Fry was driving on state Route 87 when his vehicle left the right berm of the road, causing Fry to swerve to the left, police said.
The vehicle then traveled across the roadway and struck a tree, state police at Tunkhannock said.
The accident occurred at 12:12 p.m. on Monday, police said.
Towanda woman charged with possession of designer drug
Mary Blokzyl, 44, of Towanda has been charged with the first-degree felony of possession of a designer drug, police said.
Blokzyl had a plastic container in her pocket which contained pyrrolidinopentiophenone, which is a stimulant that is believed to act similarly to bath salts, police said.
The incident occurred on April 5, when state went to her residence to serve bench warrants on two other individuals, police said. During the incident, Blokzyl showed signs of possibly being on bath salts, and when police asked her if she would mind emptying her pockets, she agreed to, police said.
Blokzyl was arraigned on the charge by Towanda Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark.
She was then released on non-monetary bail. Blokzyl must attend a preliminary hearing on Aug. 14 before Judge Clark.
The following people were recently charged with driving while under the influence in Bradford County:
Joshua James Cobb, 30, of Monroeton, by the state police, on July 14 on U.S. Route 220 in Towanda Township. Cobb showed signs of being under the influence of alcohol.
Thomas Peter Latini, 57, of Towanda, by the state police, on July 6, on Patterson Boulevard in North Towanda Township. A test showed that there was Delta-9 THC, morphine, and Oxycodone in Latini's blood on the day of his arrest.