THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED 02/7/2019 @ 5:38 PM
The Everett Police Dept. received a complaint of a theft, which occurred. sometime from 7:00 pm Feb. 3rd through the morning of Feb. 4th . A 2001 Silverado Chevy pickup was entered while it was parked near 18 Barndollar Ave. and 10 dollars was taken from the vehicle. Anyone with information on this can call the Everett Police Dept. at 814-623-1105
The Everett Police filed DUI charges along with Careless Driving on 32 year old Lawrence Randall College, of 155 Old Town Rd. Fishertown, PA.
On 12-22-18 at 9:22 PM, College was driving a 2002 Jeep Cherokee and struck a tree near the intersection of Hillside and Gogley Street, causing severe damage to the front end of the Jeep. College along with a passenger then fled on foot. Police shortly located the Two and both were taken into custody. College Blood Alcohol Level was a .227 %.
On 01-28-2019 at 1125PM, The Everett Police Dept. arrested 32 year old Derrick Joseph McCormick of 19 West Second St. Everett. McCormick was on Mechanic St. intoxicated and when Police tried to take McCormick into custody, he resisted arrest. After McCormick was taken into custody, police learned that he allegedly left Three young children, ages 4,3,1 years of age alone at his Second street home. Police arrived and found the Children in the home alone.
Police charged McCormick with Three counts of Endangering the Welfare of Children, Resisting Arrest, and Public Drunkenness. McCormick was arraigned in front of District Judge Tonya Osman in Schellsburg, and place in the Bedford County Jail with bail set at $30,000 Straight.
The Everett Police Dept. cited 35 year old Gregory S. Summers Jr. of 664 North Spring St. Everett, Pa. Summers was charged with Driving a vehicle at a unsafe speed, after causing an accident on 01-09-2019 at 1120 Pm, which occurred in the area of 612 North Spring Street. Summer lost control of his 2000 GMC pickup truck, while traveling South, due to his speed, and struck a utility pole. After striking the pole his vehicle then crossed over the curb onto the side walk, continued South and came to a stop near the intersection of West 6th Street. Summers was uninjured from this accident.
The Everett Police Dept, filed a Retail Theft charge on Jeanna M. Thomas , 23 years of age, of 379 Blackhawk Rd. Clearville, PA.
Thomas stole a Bic Lighter worth $1.89 from Sheetz on Jan. 7th 2019 The act was caught on Surveillance camera.
Harvey E. Sarver Jr. 53 of 632 Raystown Rd. Everett, was charged by the Everett Police Dept. for Defiant Trespass. The act occurred on Jan 10th 2019 at 438 South Huntingdon St. at 8 am. Sarver ignored several warnings to stay away from the residence by a 35 year old victim.
Disorderly Conduct charge was filed by the Everett Police Dept. on 33 year old Rodney Chance Ramsey, of 690 South Breezewood Rd. Breezewood, Pa. The act occurred at the Redman Club on East South Street, where Ramsey was trying to provoke a fight.
The Everett Police Dept. arrested a Fugitive from Justice, after taking into custody, Tyler Allen Moore, 27 of 6 South Bentz St. Fredrick, MD, on a shoplifting charge. The incident occurred on Jan, 5th 2019 at 3: 55 pm at the Everett Foodliner on West Main St. Everett. While Moore was in custody, the Everett Police discovered Moore was wanted on a Burglary Charge filed by the Salisbury Police Dept. and a warrant was issued by the District Court, from Wicomico County Maryland.
Moore was arraigned at District Judge H. Cyril Bingham Jr. office in Bedford and was placed in the Bedford County Jail awaiting extradition.
On Jan. 2nd, The Everett Police Dept. filed a Theft charge and Receiving Stolen Property charge on 22 year old Kevin Riley Barton, of 1380 Memorial Church Rd. Everett, Pa. Charges were filed at District Judge Kathy Calhoun office in Everett. The Everett Police Dept. conducted an investigation into a complaint of a donation jar with $43. Dollars in it, had been stolen from the Everett Free Library on October 16th 2018.
Through their investigation Barton was brought in for questioning, and did admit to the Theft.