A car landed on its roof along Lake Quinn Road, very early Thursday morning. The driver, a 20 year old woman from Carbondale, received minor injuries, said State Police at Honesdale.


A car landed on its roof along Lake Quinn Road, very early Thursday morning. The driver, a 20 year old woman from Carbondale, received minor injuries, said State Police at Honesdale.

Her name has been withheld due to charges being only pending.
The crash occurred at 12:55 midnight when the woman lost control heading north. The 1998 Dodge Neon went off the right berm and rolled onto its roof. According to Cpl. Michael Carroll, the driver was not wearing her seat belt and showed signs of intoxication. She declined medical treatment, said police.
She was taken to Marion Community Hospital in Carbondale for a blood test to determine her BAC. Charges are pending the results.
Pedestrian knocked down
On Saturday, September 20, Nicholas Savage Jr. was  struck by a pickup truck in Simpson.
Trooper Fedorczyk of the Dunmore barracks stated that Savage, who is 29 and from Carbondale, had just stepped out onto Main Street. The time was 4:30 p.m. A 2005 Ford F-150 truck came down Main (south) and hit the man. The driver was identified as James Tolerico of Mayfield.
Savage was taken by ambulance in critical condition, to Community Medical Center. Tolerico was transported to Marion Community Hospital for observation.
Police asked that if anyone witnessed this accident, to call the Dunmore barracks at 963-3156. The investigation is ongoing.
Purchases in France
This week, State Police also issued a report about a crime involving access device fraud, that happened between August 11 and August 19. The victim, a woman from Tafton, discovered three debits from her checking account totaling $180.21.
Unknown person(s) gained access to her Visa debit card which is linked to her checking account and used to make three purchases. Two were made in France, and one in Massachusetts. She discovered the transaction son August 20th and notified Island Federal Credit Union. She alerted police five days later.
Trooper Enrico Pascolini Jr. asked that anyone with information to contact the Blooming Grove State Police barracks at 226-5718.