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Tuesday, October 2, 2012
State police at Clearfield
The investigation continues after Children, Youth and Family Services was contacted regarding a 12-year-old Curwensville girl who showed up at school Friday with bruises and marks on her body.
It reportedly occurred at a Curwensville residence Thursday, and the person of interest is a Curwensville woman.
Damage is estimated at $100 after someone used yellow spray paint to paint obscene pictures on a fence at a state Route 53 residence near Kylertown.
Troopers are investigating a theft in which someone removed a utility trailer, valued at approximately $100, that was stored along Susquehanna Street in Curwensville.

Lawrence Township
The call regarding a civil issue was referred to the magisterial district judge.
The investigation continues in an act of criminal mischief along Martin Street Extension.
Disorderly conduct involved someone playing excessively loud music in their vehicle, but the call was canceled prior to police arrival.
Officers are investigating possible theft by deception from a local business.
The unwanted woman at a Baney Road residence left prior to police arrival.
A suspicious vehicle was reported on SR 879.
An injured deer was reported on SR 879.

State police at Punxsy
A Mahaffey man who reported a Punxsutawney man borrowed his traction machine and initially refused to return it reported the man returned the item and he declined prosecution.
The investigation continues in an incident involving three suspicious vehicles.
A woman reported she was driving on SR 210 near Smicksburg, Indiana County, when three white vans boxed in her vehicle and attempted to prevent her from continuing on her way. She was able to break free and immediately reported the incident.
Anyone with information should contact the police at 938-0510.
Part of an electric fence, valued at $60, owned by Kathy Wattenphul of Mahaffey, was removed along Hutton Road between Sept. 25 and Thursday.
Troopers are seeking more information.
In an incident of burglary/theft, someone removed a ceramic propane stove, propane tanks, a bread box and a part to a vehicle outside an abandoned farmhouse at Harkle and Shephard Lane roads in Burnside Township between 8:30 a.m. Saturday and 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
A tree stand was stolen from a wooded area along McPherron Road in Chest Township between 5 p.m. Sept. 22 and 2 p.m. Sunday.

Sandy Township
The investigation continues following a report of someone pulling over along Bee Line Highway, pulling up a voter advertisement sign, throwing it over the guide rail and leaving the scene.
The out-of-control Stanley Road woman was restrained by police, who escorted her to DuBois Regional Medical Center for treatment and evaluation Friday.
Charges were filed against a man who checked into the Clarion Inn by telling employees he was an employee of a company that had rooms reserved there, but it was discovered he was not affiliated with the company. He also attempted to steal several room keys and a clock.
The man was located at Murray Freightliner, where he was causing problems with employees and was uncooperative with police.
Minor injuries were reported in an accident Friday when a DuBois man was attempting to turn right off of South Brady Street and made a wide turn.
The driver behind him thought the vehicle was turning left and continued and the DuBois man's vehicle turned in to the other vehicle.
No injuries were reported Friday when a 17-year-old girl swerved to miss a deer on Treasure Lake Road, causing her vehicle to travel off the road, strike numerous boulders and come to rest.
Officers received a report of a possible domestic disturbance Friday from a third party worried about the welfare of her niece because she could not reach her.
While officers were in route to the Salada Road residence the aunt reported that the niece was fine.
Stoltz employees on Watson Highway reported someone attempted to cut a catalytic converter out of a truck.
Officers investigated an accidental 911 hang-up call at a Kilmer Road residence Friday.
No injuries were reported in an accident Friday when a Treasure Lake woman failed to slow down in time and her vehicle struck a vehicle driven by a Reynoldsville man that was stopped in traffic.
On Friday, a Showers Road man reported a trail camera was stolen at his property.
Someone smashed a Circle Road woman's bedroom window.
On Saturday, a Circle Road woman reported a known man with a rifle-type BB gun was on her porch yelling and threatening to shoot her.
Upon arrival, officers found him standing in the middle of the road holding the gun and yelling, then he ran from the scene and they were unable to locate him. Criminal mischief and terroristic threats charges were filed.
A Locust Street woman entered her boyfriend's house on Forest Avenue Saturday by using a hidden key without permission, and when he told her to leave they got into an argument and she hit him.
She was uncooperative with police, but did leave the scene.
Treasure Lake Security reported someone took the Goldway Court street sign.
Officers reported a DuBois woman was pulling into a parking space at the Commons Saturday when her vehicle struck a vehicle driven by a Mayport woman.
A Home Camp Road resident reported all-terrain vehicles being operated on the road were causing a disturbance.
Someone attempted to break into a Circle Road resident's trailer Saturday.
Officers handled a situation in which an intoxicated man was causing a disturbance outside a Dixon Avenue residence Saturday.
On Sunday, a Treasure Lake resident reported someone threw eggs at his house, causing $2,000 in damage.

State police at Philipsburg
Charges of possession of drug paraphernalia were filed against a Philipsburg man when he was found to be in possession of a marijuana pipe following his arrest for burglary Saturday.
Grattan's Pharmacy in Philipsburg reported two checks were returned for insufficient funds, one for $72.79 on May 24 and the other for $82.59 on May 29, and charges were filed against Altoona men.

State police at Rockview
Yesterday, no injuries were reported in an accident that occurred on Interstate 80 in Rush Township when a driver, who had just left work, fell asleep.
His vehicle struck the guide rail on the right side of the highway, spun around and struck the guide rail again.

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