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Weekend Police Log
Monday, September 24, 2012

State police at Clearfield
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident Saturday at 12:30 p.m. on the U.S. Route 322 ramp in Pine Township. A vehicle driven by Kyle Neville of Clearfield struck the back of a stopped vehicle driven by Pearl Beebe of DuBois.
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Someone forced entry to a shed along Clearfield Street in Wallaceton between 8 p.m. Wednesday and 8:30 a.m. Saturday and removed a 1995 YZ 250 Yamaha motorcycle, valued at $1,500.
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The investigation continues after someone entered a Forest Street residence in Coalport and removed approximately $800 in cash from a purse. The homeowner returned and the burglar struck her with a blunt object, knocking her to the ground before fleeing on foot.
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Summary retail theft charges were filed against a Glasgow man after he allegedly took a packet of razors, valued at $6.99, from Leyo's Supermarket in Beccaria Township Friday at approximately 11:25 a.m.
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A 19-year-old Morrisdale woman was found to be under the influence of alcohol at Old Turnpike Road and SR 53 in Morris Township Saturday at 3:55 a.m.
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In an act of criminal mischief, someone damaged a Frenchville man's yard along Gormont Drive in Covington Township yesterday between 1-8 a.m. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.

Clearfield Boro
Officers returned an item to a person who had left it at Sheetz.
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Juveniles running around in the Arnold Avenue area were playing jailbreak.
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The investigation continues after juveniles who were throwing corn at vehicles along Spruce and South Second streets fled on foot when located by police. One juvenile was apprehended.
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A disturbance was reported at a Nichols Street establishment.
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Officers handled a domestic disturbance on Bigler Avenue.
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Following a traffic stop in which the driver was known not to have a valid driver's license, several stolen items, drugs and drug paraphernalia were recovered.
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The owner of a cell phone that was turned in to police can claim it at the police station.
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The investigation continues after a local establishment reported the theft of gasoline.
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Officers directed a call about civil matter to the proper agency.
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The owner of a wallet that was turned in to police was contacted.
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A noise complaint along Reed Street was unfounded.
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Officers assisted a woman who misplaced her medication in the river.
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An incident of trespassing was reported in East End.
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The man who had two outstanding warrants turned himself in to police.
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The suspicious vehicle that pulled into a cemetery after hours was gone when officers arrived.
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Officers handled a fight in progress outside a local establishment at the scene.

Lawrence Township
Incidents of theft were reported at several businesses on George Street.
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A bike was found on Smith Street.
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The investigation continues after police were called to check the welfare of a small child who was left unattended in a vehicle at Sheetz on SR 879. The vehicle was gone when police arrived, but a registration was obtained.
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Someone reported a drug violation at an area business.
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A possible drug violation was reported at Clearfield Area High School.
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Police advised a Hyde resident to turn their music down after receiving a noise complaint.
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One person agreed to leave a residence for the night after a verbal domestic incident.
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Police assisted several motorists with unlocking their vehicles.
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Stolen property was recovered in an incident of theft.
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Officers assisted state police with attempting to locate a possible all-terrain vehicle accident.
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Following a report of a man injecting himself with an unknown substance at an area business, police determined he had a medical problem and injected himself with a lawful substance.
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Those involved in a domestic dispute were separated, and no further action was required.
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Officers assisted Clearfield Borough police with serving a search warrant and a protection from abuse violation incident.
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An incident of theft was reported in Hyde.

State police at Punxsy
On Thursday at 7:06 a.m., a two-vehicle accident occurred in Ringgold Township, Jefferson County, when Howard Hart of Burnside stopped at a stop sign on Dora-Timlin Road. He turned onto Lost Hill Road into the path of a vehicle driven by Heather Peace of Yateboro, whose vehicle then traveled approximately 15 feet and came to rest in the southbound lane facing north. His vehicle came to rest approximately 51 feet from the point of impact in the northbound lane facing north. Both drivers suffered minor injuries and were transported to Punxsutawney Area Hospital by Jefferson County Emergency Medical Services. Hart's passengers, John Miller of Smicksburg and Albert Miller of Marion Center, were not injured.

State police at DuBois
Luke Delarme of DuBois was traveling too fast for conditions on Laurel Ridge Road in Huston Township Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and lost control of his vehicle while negotiating a left curve. It slid sideways off of the right side of the road and struck a tree. Delarme was wearing a seat belt and was not injured; however, a juvenile passenger was not wearing a seat belt and suffered minor injuries.
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A Rosemont woman notified state police at Ridgway of the possibility that a bag of clothing fell from her vehicle while traveling in the SR 153 area. The items were recovered in Huston Township Wednesday and will be returned.
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Troopers arrested a Grampian man after he allegedly called and texted a woman, which was a violation of a PFA in Clearfield County. He was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Patrick N. Ford. Bail was set at $5,000.

Sandy Township
On Friday, a Treasure Lake man, who reported he was having problems with his wife and children, had been drinking and there was not a disturbance, he just wanted his grown children to leave. Later, a report was received that he left the residence. He was pulled over on Bee Line Highway, where he refused to cooperate, and was taken to Clearfield County Jail on a 48-hour detainer.
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Charges were filed against a Penfield woman after she was caught by Walmart employees attempting to take a bottle of oil and a pack of candles.
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The four-wheeler found abandoned in the creek off of Platt Road Friday had been stolen from a DuBois residence.
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The investigation continues after a Walmart employee reported a man in his mid-30s was caught on camera taking $350.97 worth of merchandise without paying for it Saturday.
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Following a traffic stop Saturday for erratic driving, a DuBois man failed several field sobriety tests and was taken to DuBois Regional Medical Center for chemical testing.
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Officers handled a noise complaint at a South Main Street residence Saturday without incident.
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Someone threw eggs and chocolate syrup on a Treasure Lake man's vehicle yesterday.
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Yesterday, a DuBois woman reported someone damaged the vehicle she was driving either at Walmart or DuBois Mall.
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The Treasure Lake man who damaged a cigarette butt receptacle outside Eat N Park yesterday agreed to pay for the damage.
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A DuBois man reported someone scratched a slur into his vehicle while it was parked at Friendly Tavern yesterday.

State police at Philipsburg
On Saturday at 2:30 a.m., a 19-year-old man who was pulled over by police while traveling south on Interstate 99 at mile marker 68 in Huston Township was found to be under the influence of alcohol. Charges were filed against him and a passenger, a 20-year-old Pottsville man, who was also found to be intoxicated.


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