•Theft/fraud. Police said a Hickory Township resident was scammed via the Internet into wiring $4,000 to a person in Nigeria for payment of alleged medical bills incurred by a person she had met online between May 23 and June 4.
•Accident. At 11 p.m. Thursday on Route 19, Scott Township. Police said Thomas P. Norris, 43, of New Wilmington was traveling north when his vehicle struck a large tree that was lying across the road. He was treated at Jameson Hospital and released.
•Burglary. Between 11 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. Friday on Barkley Road, Perry Township. Police said a window was broken to gain entry into a residence. A 32-inch Sony flat screen TV, an Xbox 360 game system, a jewelry box with miscellaneous jewelry and $1,300 were stolen.
•Driving under the influence. Police said Melissa Isabella, 38, of 501 E. Hazelcroft Ave. rear-ended a car that had stopped at a stop sign at Hazelcroft Avenue and Wilmington Road about 12:45 a.m. June 1. Police said she was found to be under the influence of a combination of a prescription drug and alcohol. She was charged with three counts of driving under the influence and driving at an unsafe speed.
•Burglary. A lawn mower, a snow blower, a chain saw, a roll of aluminum flashing and four guns were stolen from a garage on Valley Road around 5 p.m. Monday.
•Retail theft. On Monday about 4:30 p.m. Police said a man dressed in all black walked in to Rite-Aid on Wilmington Road and grabbed two 19-inch Craig flat screen TVs and ran out without paying for them. He also broke the automatic door when it did not open fast enough. Anyone with information is asked to contact Neshannock police.