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Daily Police Log
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
State police at Clearfield
The investigation continues in an act of criminal mischief that occurred between Feb. 12 and yesterday. Someone caused an estimated $700 in damage by breaking 12 windows out of a 1971 Scotty Sportsman Camper while it was parked along Eagle Eye Road in Boggs Township.
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The investigation continues after a 12-year-old girl sent semi-nude photos of herself to others on the computer between Nov. 1, 2011, and Saturday.

Lawrence Township
Police assisted Clearfield County Sheriff's Department with serving a warrant.
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The investigation continues in a report of identity theft.
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Officers assisted with setting up flares after a tanker truck got stuck in a ditch along Clover Hill Road, causing a traffic hazard.
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Assistance was given to Clearfield Borough police during an incident along East Pine Street.
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The investigation continues following an accident Monday evening when a Houtzdale man's vehicle struck a guide rail along the Lick Run Hill portion of Clearfield-Shawville Highway.
He was transported to Clearfield Hospital by Clearfield Emergency Medical Services.
While at the hospital, he told police he crashed his vehicle on purpose in an attempt to end his life, but later told hospital staff he wrecked so he would be admitted to the hospital.
The man was later transported to Altoona Regional Health System via medical helicopter for treatment of his injuries.
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Officers investigated suspicious activity at an area shopping plaza after a back door was found open and several individuals were observed entering a store after hours. It was found to be a work crew putting in overtime on a renovation project.
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While on routine patrol, police found three vehicles parked behind an area restaurant and determined they belonged to workers painting the inside the restaurant at night so they wouldn't interrupt daily activities.

State police at Punxsy
Someone entered a strip mine site operated by Hepburnia Coal Co. between Monday and yesterday and gained access to a box trailer and removed tools, large dragline parts and miscellaneous steel parts. All of the items reported stolen from the site are associated with a dragline machine or large bulldozers. It's estimated that 3,000 pounds of metal parts and tools were removed. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 938-0510.

DuBois City
On Monday at approximately 2:08 p.m., police checked the welfare of an individual near the 300 block of West Long Avenue and found the person was OK.
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Loud music was reported Monday at 6:55 p.m. in the 300 block of Knarr Street, and upon arrival, officers located the source and asked someone to turn it down.
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In an incident of harassment by communication reported Monday at 7:41 p.m., police spoke to those involved and resolved the issue.
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