Police Blotter – Identity Theft in Ulysses, Mirror Broken in Roulette

SUV mirror broken in Roulette

ROULETTE – State Police report that unknown actor(s) broke the passenger-side mirror off of a green Mercury Mountaineer owned by Kathleen A. Wild, 50, of Roulette. The incident occurred sometime between 3 – 7:00 pm on October 21, while the vehicle was parked at 153 Main Street in the Village of Roulette. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the PA State Police at 814-274-8690.

Ulysses man victim of Identity Theft

ULYSSES – State Police investigated a report of Identity Theft that occurred sometime on October 19. Jason K. Reed, 30, of Ulysses, reported that while reviewing his debit card transactions he observed an unknown pre-authorized purchase in the amount of $560.72 for merchadise at a Bed Bath & Beyond located in New Jersey. Reed was able to contact his bank before the purchase was approved. State Police are still investigating the matter. Anyone with information is asked to contact the PA State Police at 814-274-8690.

Would-be Thieves flee scene on Fox Hill Road

ULYSSES – State Police were dispatched to 2426 Fox Hill Road on October 21 during early morning hours after Claudia J. Huntzinger, 53, of Ulysses, related to police that someone had removed an outdoor chair from her porch and began carrying the chair towards her garage, before the garage sensor light lit-up, scaring the away the thieves, who dropped the chair and fled the scene. Anyone with information is asked to contact the PA State Police at 814-274-8690.


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  1. Mike says:

    Identity theft has become a major, major problem! And living without protection is like living in a crime infested neighborhood and not having protection on your home. You would probably at least have a really good guard dog and a fence right? Well, not protecting your identity today is the equivalent of living in that neighborhood and refusing to even lock your door. It’s so sad that it’s come to this, but there are always tradeoffs in life. Because we want better medical coverage and a nicer car we pay more to protect and insure them.
    Likewise, with something as amazing as the World Wide Web there come tradeoffs also. One tradeoff for us having access to almost everything is that others have access to almost everything about us, our information. And that includes our personal information like social security numbers, banking information and even your medical and criminal history.
    Luckily there is a lot of information out to help us understand and protect ourselves from these heartless criminals. Here is an informational website put together to help you and your family. We hope you find it helpful. ID theft insurance

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