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Weekend Police Log
Monday, August 23, 2010
State police at Clearfield
In an incident of agricultural vandalism, someone drove a vehicle through a cornfield along Kirk Street in Lumber City, causing an estimated $300 in damage, between 9 p.m. Friday and 7 a.m. Saturday.
The investigation continues.
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The investigation continues in an incident of ethnic intimidation in which a Woodland woman and a 16-year-old boy found two wooden crosses, approximately 2 feet tall, burning in the woman's yard Saturday morning.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 857-3800.
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Yesterday, an incident of harassment was reported at McDonald's in Decatur Township when a Kylertown man threatened bodily harm against a juvenile.
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Troopers are investigating a theft that occurred yesterday on Doc Welker Road in Bradford Township.
A white man in his early to mid-20s, approximately 5 feet, 6 inches tall, weighing 120 pounds, with short blonde hair, arrived at the scene in a red Ford pickup truck. He removed approximately 3 tons of scrap metal, specifically iron trailer frame, and fled the scene when the property owner confronted him.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police.
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Between 5 p.m. Friday and 12:30 p.m. Saturday, a burglary occurred at Curwensville Dam when someone forced entry to the concession stand and removed a box of ice cream bars, valued at $12.

Clearfield Boro
Police unlocked a vehicle for a woman along Richard Street.
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A minor accident occurred at Front and Market streets.
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A neighbor dispute was reported along Witmer Street.
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Officers responded to Spruce Street for a reported structure fire, but found a heater was turned on.
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Following a traffic stop along Bridge Street for an expired inspection, the drive consented to a vehicle search and police found a bag of marijuana and a marijuana pipe.
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Juveniles who reportedly caused a disturbance along Weaver Street fled prior to police arrival.
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A verbal domestic incident was reported on Nichols Street.
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Following reports of disorderly individuals in a garage on Latimer Street, police found everything was OK.
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A man who had active warrants for his arrest from the sheriff's department, state police and Centre County turned himself in and he was taken to Clearfield County Jail.
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Officers checked the welfare of a child in Witmer Park and he was found to have supervision.
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Police responded to a disturbance between a man and a woman.
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Officers recovered a construction sign that was placed in a backyard and will make arrangements to return it to the construction company.
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The investigation continues in a reported fight at a local establishment.
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A man reportedly caused damaged at a local establishment.
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Police responded to a disturbance between family members at Clearfield Hospital.
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Officers collected a DNA sample from an individual in an ongoing case.
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The investigation continues in an incident of harassment and false reports after several false calls were made to a local agency.
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Someone attempted to gain entry to a Merrill Street residence.
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A bicycle was removed from a Margaretta Street residence.
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An irate woman reported at the post office was informed she would no longer be permitted on the property.
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Following an incident along Spruce Street, a woman was cited for harassment.
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Individuals were reportedly being disruptive and loitering on East Fourth Street.
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The owner of a small, red, insulated cooler recovered near North Second and Reed streets yesterday morning can claim it by calling police at 765-7819.
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Someone damaged a vehicle parked along South Fourth Street between Saturday night and Sunday morning.
A driver lost control of their vehicle while rounding a right curve and it traveled into a driveway and struck the back of a truck. The vehicle then fled the scene, but should have extensive damage to the front driver's side area.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 765-7819 or 765-1533.
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During a traffic hazard at East Ninth and Dorey streets, work done on the roadway and heavy rain caused gravel to sink and create a large hole.
The appropriate people were contacted to handle the incident.
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Officers checked an abandoned house along Turnpike Avenue following reports of suspicious activity and found it to be OK and unoccupied.

Lawrence Township
A hit-and-run accident was reported at Holiday Inn Express.
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Police checked the welfare of an individual at the Clearfield Mall.
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Officers responded to Patton Street to check the welfare of a child and found the mother and grandmother were present.
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The investigation continues in the theft of a game camera from the Flood Road area.
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Police are investigating the report of a possible fraud.
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A possible drug violation occurred at Kwik Fill, where police took possession of a hypodermic needle and properly disposed of it.
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Officers could not locate a possible prowler reported on Nelson Road.
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During a hit-and-run accident at Hotel Heights, a vehicle struck a large brick column and fled the scene.
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Officers assisted Clearfield Borough police with a fight and act of criminal mischief on South Third Street.
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An unwanted person was reported on Maple Avenue.
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A hit-and-run accident occurred on state Route 879 and Industrial Park Road where a black vehicle struck the median sign and fled the scene.
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Officers located multiple suspicious vehicles at the Clearfield Mall and along Evans and Industrial Park roads.
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An incident of harassment and road rage was reported on Montgomery Run Road.
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Police assisted Clearfield Borough officers with a domestic incident on West Fifth Street and an incident of disorderly on Spruce Street.
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Officers responded to the Clearfield Mall where a dog was reportedly locked in a vehicle.
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A utility pole was reportedly blocking the roadway on Martin Street Extension.
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Illegal drug activity was reported.
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During an assault at Sapp Bros. Truck Stop, a Clearfield man punched a West Decatur man.
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The operator of a four-wheeler who reportedly disturbed the peace in the Willow Drive area was gone upon police arrival, but tracks were found leading into the strippings.
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Police were called to take photographs and collect evidence for an assault that occurred overnight.
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A Clearfield man reportedly lost his horse, described as a brown and white paint mare wearing a saddle, while riding along McGeorge Road.
Police ask anyone with information to call them at 765-1533.
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A large dog that had been running loose on Elizabeth Street was captured and returned to its owner.
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Officers ask anyone with information about a burglary and theft of medication at the Economy Inn to contact them.
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An incident of harassment was reported at Lawrence Park Village.
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Police could not locate a suspicious person reported along Nelson Road.
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Officers checked the residence of a man who reportedly walked out of the hospital, but he failed to return to the house.

State police at Philipsburg
The investigation continues after someone stole a tan Chevrolet four-door Blazer belonging to Robin Lewis of Tyrone while it was parked at her home along Beckwith Drive between 7 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Saturday. The doors were locked and the key in the ignition.
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On Friday at 10:50 a.m., a one-vehicle accident occurred on Beaver Road in Huston Township when Jamie Gill of Port Matilda was traveling east and lost control of her vehicle. It slid off the right side of the roadway and struck a guide rail and an embankment.
Gill and her two passengers, Brittany Hamilton of Bellefonte and Kayla Weaver of State College, were not injured and were wearing their seat belts.
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Someone removed a black canvas bag with "RS Medical" in white letters on the front containing a RS-TENS Plus electric nerve stimulator from an Osceola Mills man's vehicle while it was parked at Weis Market in Philipsburg between 2-5 p.m. Wednesday.
The man needs the item for a medical condition. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 342-3370.
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On Saturday at 2:30 a.m., a 23-year-old Philipsburg man was traveling north on Eighth Street when he lost control of his vehicle, it traveled off the road and struck a shrub and tree stump.
The driver was intoxicated and was placed under arrest for driving under the influence.
Hope and Reliance fire companies assisted at the scene. The investigation continues.

Decatur Township
Police stopped an all-terrain vehicle along Coal Street and SR 53 after the operator attempted to flee from police.
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A disabled vehicle was reported along Irwin Drive and Clover Street.
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Officers stopped two ATV operators near the Clear-Centre swimming pool in Osceola Mills after they were operating the vehicles on the roadway.
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Someone backed their vehicle into a vehicle parked on Martins Road and fled the scene.
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An incident of harassment was reported at a Weller's Circle residence.
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Police checked the welfare of a Jones Road man in Osceola Mills and found he was OK.
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No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident on North Front Street.
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A vehicle parked along Trcziyulny Street in Osceola Mills was damaged.
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The investigation continues after someone pumped $43.70 in gasoline into a vehicle along North Front Street and left without paying.
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Police handled an incident of harassment at a Trcziyulny Street residence in Osceola Mills.
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The investigation continues in an incident of theft and access device fraud where a credit card was used to make purchases over the Internet.
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Officers arrested a man on drug charges after University of Pittsburgh police obtained a warrant for him. He was taken to CCJ and will be extradited to Pittsburgh.
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A check reportedly passed at a North Front Street business was returned.

State police at Rockview
On Aug. 13, an 18-year-old man was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana along SR 879 in Burnside Township.
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