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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Criminal Mischief Reported In Harrison Township

Someone broke two hardwood stakes used to mark property lines at the Eve McCauley residence at 2550 SR 49 West in Harrison Township.

The criminal mischief reportedly occurred between June 11 and June 22. Anyone with information is asked to contact troopers ar 814-274-8690.

15 comments :

Anonymous said...

It sure sounds like the state troopers need to be called about this happening. I wonder what the wood stakes were valued at???

Anonymous said...

The need some police over that way to help curb the crime that is happening

Anonymous said...

ulysses and Harrison Twp. could go together, along with some of the other Twp. to support this effort. It would cost much to have 2 officers and 2 cars, plus equipment.

Anonymous said...

most likely the price of the phone call to report this Terrible crime

Anonymous said...

Give me the persons mailing address and I'll send them some new stakes...I'll even send a couple of extra in case those bad little kids come back....

Anonymous said...

Will you be paying for a new survey too to know where to put them?

Anonymous said...

"Will you be paying for a new survey too to know where to put them?"

Exactly, the police should have been called in on this. Someone probably paid for the survey to have this marked. It sounds like someone is upset and doesn't want to believe the marked property borders and though the destruction of the markers would make things go away. I would want the police record of interference in the event of it going to court.

Anonymous said...

This is a "Hatfield and McCoy" thing continuing on down there....just another chapter.

Anonymous said...

For once it is the other side of the county

Anonymous said...

I think all crimes should be reported - even small ones. Minor criminal mischief usually leads to larger criminal mischief. Why not let the police know and even the public? Being aware of mischief in an area can't hurt. If you are ever a victim, you will understand.

Anonymous said...

Just a thought, but wouldn't you put them right where the other ones were?

Anonymous said...

OK! I know where this incident happened. When are the State Police going to give up on this person wasting their time and our tax money on every little stinking thing she can think of to make all her neighbors pay for her hatred towards life !!! Just give it a break, will you lady ????

Charlie Clark

Anonymous said...

I vote "yes we can" for having local police

Anonymous said...

I have a sign that says-"common sense prevails over stupid" or the property ownern could put in a permanent steel pin as a marker....

Anonymous said...

If the shoes was on the other foot, you'd be complaining also, instead of bchin.