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Wednesday, October 3, 2012
State police at Clearfield
Someone attempted to gain access to a Pearce Hollow Road residence in Cooper Township between Saturday and yesterday through a front door.
The individual damaged the front door, set off an alarm and fled.
Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.
The investigation continues in an act of criminal mischief on Scotch Hollow and Bucket Line roads in Decatur Township.
A known Altoona man and a known Osceola Mills man shot several road signs with a rifle today at 12:20 a.m.
Troopers are seeking more information in an incident of theft from a motor vehicle, in which someone stole a license plate off of a trailer parked on Grandview Road in Penn Township between Sept. 10-24.
Someone stole a yellow plastic sign with a flag that is used to slow down speeding motorists from a Milligan Road residence in Woodland between 9 p.m. Monday and 8:30 a.m. yesterday.
Anyone with information is asked to call the state police.

Clearfield Boro
One person was transported to Clearfield Hospital for treatment of injuries following a domestic disturbance in the 800 block of Park Avenue.
Police checked the welfare of a South Second Street man after a family member was concerned he was consuming alcohol against medical advice.
The domestic argument in the 200 block of Northwest Fourth Avenue was verbal and handled by police.
The investigation continues in a complaint of fraud in which a Clearfield man had $199 charged to his bank account.
In a report of defiant trespass in the 100 block of South Second Street, a tenant reported there were several people in his apartment partying and he did not want them there.
Those responsible were gone when police arrived.
Officers were called to the Sheetz parking lot, where a Clearfield woman stated her boyfriend, who could not be located, took her car keys and would not return them.
The investigation continues in a complaint of bad checks received at a North Third Street business in which police made contact with the person of interest.
Police issued a warning to make good on the checks or charges would be filed.

Lawrence Township
A man was allegedly acting disorderly at a Rockton Mountain Highway business.
Officers ask anyone with information about a vehicle that was damaged with a shopping cart in the Walmart parking lot to call them at 765-1533.
Two men and a woman were reportedly in possession of stolen property at Novey's Recycling Center on Martin Street Extension.
One of the men was transported to Clearfield County Jail, where a probation detainer was issued.
The investigation continues in an incident of theft by deception reported by an area bank.
Someone reported an act of criminal mischief and vandalism at Edgewood Apartments.
Officers were canceled en route to Save-A-Lot, where a motorist locked their keys in their vehicle.
Following a reported parking complaint on Turnpike Avenue, police found the incident was a property dispute and referred those involved to the appropriate authorities.
Officers were later dispatched to the same location for a trespassing and disorderly conduct incident. The matter was handled at the scene, and those involved were cautioned to seek the proper avenues to resolve their issues.
Police served multiple subpoenas for upcoming criminal proceedings.

Sandy Township
On Monday, a man reported that he lost his wallet at Walmart.
McDonalds employees reported a woman who appeared intoxicated left, walking toward Walmart, but she could not be located.
Clarion Hotel employees reported a white man in his 50s with a ponytail and glasses asked people in the bar if they wanted to smoke some marijuana with him, but he was gone when police arrived.
Yesterday, officers handled a situation in which a Dixon Avenue man was causing a disturbance at Friendly Tavern.

State police at Philipsburg
Yesterday at 1:40 p.m., an incident of theft occurred at Philipsburg-Osceola Area High School when a Philipsburg man removed a Philipsburg girl's purse from her locker.
He discarded the purse after removing a Vera Bradley wallet containing $11 in cash, a credit card for a local business establishment and a CNB Bank card, all valued at $116. All items were returned with the exception of the wallet and credit card.

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