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Daily Police Log
Thursday, September 20, 2012

State police at Clearfield
In an incident of harassment and criminal mischief, an Osceola Mills woman allegedly went to another Osceola Mills woman's residence Saturday night and made threats to harm her.
The woman allegedly used a baseball bat to strike and damage the resident's vehicle.
Robert Slawson of Clearfield was not injured when his vehicle struck a deer on Shawville-Croft Highway in Goshen Township yesterday at 7:47 a.m.

Clearfield Boro
The noise complaint in West Side was unfounded.
The owner of a vehicle in East End with the door open said he left it open by mistake.
Officers found an intoxicated Clearfield man trying to gain entry to a Chase Street residence. There was a warrant for his arrest for unpaid fines. He was incarcerated at Clearfield County Jail and will be arraigned at a later date.
Two sisters involved in a fight over the volume of the television in the 100 block of South Second Street were cited for disorderly conduct and harassment. While there, officers found five adults and a child living in the one-bedroom apartment, and referrals were made to Clearfield County Children and Youth Services, Clearfield County Probation and Clearfield Borough Code Enforcement.

Lawrence Township
In a traffic complaint in Kerr Addition, a vehicle allegedly continuously went through a stop sign.
Property damage was reported on Deacon Road.
Several vehicles were allegedly speeding on Woodland Road.
A theft/trespassing incident was reported on Flegal Road.
An area business reported a drug violation.
No injuries were reported in a minor three-vehicle accident on Washington Avenue.
The suspicious man reported in the 1600 block of Powell Avenue was a salesman.
Officers responded to separate incidents at a Wolf Run residence in which a Morrisdale woman was involved in an incident of disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.

State police at DuBois
On Monday at 8:01 p.m., a one-vehicle accident occurred on Interstate 80 in Pine Creek Township, Jefferson County, where Jesse Anders of DuBois failed to negotiate a gradual left turn. His vehicle exited the north berm, continued northwest across the shoulder, traveled a short distance up an embankment and struck a tree. It became airborne while rotating clockwise for approximately 25 feet, overturning onto its driver's side and came to rest in an upright position facing north. Anders suffered moderate injuries and was transported to University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh by Jefferson County Emergency Medical Services.
No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident Friday on the I-80 exit 97 westbound off-ramp when a New Jersey man failed to negotiate a left curve, causing his vehicle to travel off the north berm and overturn.

Sandy Township
Officers handled a situation Saturday in which a Penfield man reported when he turned on to Paul Short Road a man threw dirt at his vehicle and yelled at him.
On Saturday, a woman backed out of a parking space at DuBois Mall and her vehicle struck a parked vehicle.
Treasure Lake Security reported a resident's 911 stake was tampered with and found several road signs and a real estate sign behind the beach house Saturday.
Officers were called to Walmart for a domestic dispute Saturday in which a DuBois man and his girlfriend were involved in an argument.
A Jefferson Avenue man found a bank card and Sheetz card in the parking lot of his business Sunday.
Charges were filed against a St. Marys woman after she attempted to conceal a bottle of cologne and a St. Marys man after he attempted to conceal a BB gun and leave Walmart without paying.
No injuries were reported in an accident Monday when a vehicle pulled from the DuBois Mall onto Bee Line Highway into the path of another vehicle.
The investigation continues after three men in their 20s were collecting items at Walmart Tuesday, realized they were being watched by employees and fled the store.
The woman involved in a reported domestic dispute Tuesday at a Dixon Avenue residence fled the scene, possibly with a gun, and the man involved was uncooperative with police.

Curwensville Boro
On Saturday, an aluminum Mag Liner dolly that can be identified with the name McKeown and Dean Dairy was left in the area of Dollar General. The owner is offering a reward for its return. Anyone with information should contact police at 236-3858.

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