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Friday, October 24, 2008

Police Reports From WFRM NEWS

By Gerri Miller

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Tier for 29 years.

A Smethport man is scheduled for a preliminary hearing November 3 on charges stemming from a high speed chase on an ATV early last Saturday morning. Adam Bachman, 24, was finally apprehended by a Port Allegany Borough patrol officer who had observed Bachman and a companion operating their ATV’s at a high rate of speed and swerving back and forth throughout the area of West Mill Street. When Bachman was finally stopped, police say they determined he had been drinking alcohol . Bachman was committed to the McKean County Jail for violating conditions of his probation.

The state liquor control board reports six out of eight Potter County bars visited Thursday in an age compliance check refused to serve alcohol to minors. Under age buyers, supervised by state police officers, were carded by employees at Potato City, The Sweden Valley Inn, Beef and Ale House, Galeotti’s, the Old Tannery Inn and Pine Creek Inn. Authorities did not release the names of the bars who served the minors but said the information will be released when administrative citations are filed.

A Bradford County woman is accused of stealing more than thirty five thousand dollars from the Canton bank where she used to work. State Police say Robin Miller, 39, of Canton faked close to one hundred transactions at the First Citizens National Bank back in May. She was a head teller. The transactions totaled about $35,000 and state police say she kept the money for herself. Miller was arraigned on Tuesday in Troy on multiple felony charges, and released on seventy five thousand-dollars bail.

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