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Weekend Police Log
Monday, October 8, 2012
State police at Clearfield
On Sept. 30, an Osceola Mills man was not injured in a one-vehicle accident on Krebs Highway in Boggs Township when he was traveling south, swerved right to avoid a deer and lost control of his vehicle. It traveled off the west side of the road, where its passenger side struck a building and came to rest. The driver was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence.
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A two-vehicle accident occurred Sept. 29 in Glen Hope. April Siple of Ridgway was traveling west on state Route 729, failed to stop at a posted stop sign and her vehicle struck the back of a vehicle driven by Hazel Lloyd of Coalport, who was traveling south on SR 53. Lloyd's vehicle traveled approximately 60 feet south and overturned, coming to rest in the northbound lane of SR 53, facing northwest. Siple's vehicle continued west for approximately 75 feet and came to rest along the north shoulder of SR 729, facing west.
Lloyd and her juvenile passenger and Siple's passenger, Laura Poglianich, suffered minor injuries. Siple and two other juvenile passengers were not injured. Glen Hope Fire Co., Madera Fire Co., Madera Emergency Medical Services, Irvona EMS, Clear-field EMS and Reade Township EMS assisted at the scene.

Lawrence Township
Police identified the driver and a passenger of a vehicle found parked at an area business and confirmed with the owner one of them was an employee who was about to start work.
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An incident of trespassing reportedly occurred on Village Road.
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A bus reportedly became disabled on Supercenter Drive.
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Disorderly conduct was reported on Leonard Street.
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Someone reported a civil dispute between neighbors.
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A traffic violation was reported to police.
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The investigation continues after someone broke into a concession stand at Clearfield Area High School and stole items.
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Someone allegedly stole a student's cell phone at Clearfield Area High School.
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No injuries were reported after a two-vehicle accident Friday in which a Clearfield woman attempted to turn left onto West Front Street from River Road into the path of a Clearfield man's vehicle.
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A suspicious person was reported in the Flegal Road and Franks Lane areas.
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Separate custody reports were received.
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A suspicious vehicle was reported on Fire Tower Road.
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Police made contact with the individuals who were in a suspicious vehicle at an area business and determined their vehicle was disabled.
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Officers searched for a motorist who allegedly committed a traffic violation, but were unable to locate anyone.
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Charges were filed against a man who was allegedly under the influence of a controlled substance and was found passed out in a vehicle at an area business. Clearfield EMS assisted at the scene.
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The reported incident of harassment was found not to meet the standard for a criminal complaint.
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Residents are reminded not to give personal information by mail or on the phone following a reported scam. A Clearfield resident received mail and a phone call requesting personal information from someone allegedly from the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Police attempted to locate the owner of a disabled vehicle abandoned on private property, but were unsuccessful.
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The investigation continues into an incident of trespassing by motor vehicle on Mann Road.
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Following a parking complaint on Butler Road, police responded but the vehicle was gone when they arrived.
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No injuries were reported after a two-vehicle accident Saturday on South Second Street near Old Town Dairy. A Clearfield woman's vehicle entered the path of a vehicle driven by another Clearfield woman, who was traveling in the passing lane when she saw two vehicles in the right lane stop to turn right.
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The investigation continues after police were unable to locate the vehicle reportedly involved in a reckless driving incident on SR 879 in which a registration was obtained.
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Officers are investigating an incident of theft that reportedly occurred at a Hyde residence.
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Assistance was given to several motorists who locked their keys in their vehicles at various township locations.
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Police were called to Wrigley Street for a report of loud music and spoke to the property owner, who turned it down.
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The suspicious vehicle reported along Fire Tower Road belonged to a hunter.
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Following a reported property dispute on Clark Street, police advised an individual to retrieve his personal possessions and leave the property.
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Officers assisted Clearfield EMS and Hyde Quick Response Service with an incident on Clarendon Avenue.
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Assistance was given to Clearfield Borough police, who were attempting to apprehend a wanted man who had fled from them, and he was captured after a short foot pursuit.

Morris-Cooper Regional
Cody Hudish of Grassflat was traveling south in the 3900 block of Morrisdale-Allport Highway at 9:09 p.m. Friday when his vehicle struck a 12-year-old boy. The boy was playing with his remote-controlled car when it went onto the road and he tried to retrieve it. Hudish saw him and swerved to avoid hitting him, but he made contact with the child's leg. He was transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center, State College, where he was listed in stable condition.
Morris Township Fire Co. and Moshannon Valley EMS assisted at the scene.
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On Saturday, a burning complaint in Kylertown was located and it was discovered the person was burning leaves. Police reported there is no ordinance against burning leaves or brush.
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A Morrisdale resident issued a check for $137 to a Hawk Run resident that was returned due to insufficient funds.

State police at Philipsburg
A home belonging to Wendy Sharpless at 613 E. Pine St., Philipsburg, became fully engulfed in flames after a reported explosion Thursday at approximately 1:40 p.m. Cause and origin of the fire/explosion is still under investigation. Sharpless was badly burned and transported via helicopter to Pittsburgh for treatment.
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No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident Tuesday at noon on U.S. Route 322 at Presqueisle Street in Philipsburg. Tammy Owens of Winburne failed to stop at a red light and her vehicle struck a vehicle driven by Ann Williamson of Philipsburg while her vehicle was traveling through the intersection. Both were wearing seat belts.
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On Friday at 8:15 p.m., a Bellefonte man was not injured when he was traveling east on Sunnyside Hollow Road near Eagle Valley Road in Worth Township and failed to notice a posted stop sign. He applied the breaks, but his vehicle slid through the intersection and struck a utility pole head-on.
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