Oil City Woman Faces Charge for False Report About Man Attempting to Gain Access to House

| March 13, 2018

OIL CITY, Pa. (EYT) – An Oil City woman is being charged with making false reports to police following an incident last week in Oil City.

According to a police report released late this morning, the Oil City Police Department has filed charges against 34-year-old Alicia Baker, of Oil City, stemming from an incident on March 6, 2018, where Alicia Baker and a known male made a report against Jason Baker.

Alicia Baker and the known man called for a police response as Jason Baker was attempting to access the residence on West Forth Street in Oil City. After the initial response, Alicia Baker traveled to the Oil City Police Department for a formal interview implicating Jason Baker as the person involved in the incident concerning an unwanted person attempting to gain access to the residence.

On March 9, Jason Baker turned himself in on an outstanding arrest warrant which was issued regarding the incident. During that time, it was found via a note provided by Alicia Baker which was signed and dated that Jason Baker did have permission to be at the residence and was staying at the residence from time to time.

Based on the information, a misdemeanor charge of False Reports to Law Enforcement was filed against Alicia Baker.

Oil City Police Chief Robert Wenner told exploreVenango.com that none of the charges against Jason Baker have been dropped at this time.

Jason Baker is scheduled for a preliminary hearing at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 14, at Venango County Central Court.


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