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Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Clearfield Boro
Officers assisted Lawrence Township police at a business with taking a man into custody who was wanted in New York in reference to a homicide.
A tricycle was left on a porch.
A man turned himself in for a hit-and-run accident in the borough over the weekend.
Police spoke to those involved in a report of harassment by communication.

Lawrence Township
The owner of a disabled vehicle at Clearfield Bank & Trust Co. on Daisy Street Extension was located.
The vehicle reportedly struck a deer, and the driver parked the vehicle there until it could be removed.
Officers assisted code enforcement with serving a letter to a township resident.
A disabled vehicle was reported on the state Route 879 bypass.
The animal call involving a puppy running in and out of traffic on Rockton Mountain Highway could not be located.
Police received a traffic complaint on Clearfield-Shawville Highway, but the vehicle was gone when they arrived.
Officers assisted the occupants of a disabled vehicle on Firetower Road.
A disabled vehicle was reportedly off a roadway but was causing a visual hazard.
The investigation continues in a reported assault at an area school.
State police at Punxsy
No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident yesterday at 8:30 a.m. on SR 36 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson County.
Marlene Bouch of Mahaffey negotiated a left curve on black ice and lost control of her vehicle, causing it to overturn.
Yesterday at 11:20 a.m., a one-vehicle accident occurred on Black Elk Road in Chest Township.
Carol Gee of LaJose was allegedly driving too fast for conditions and lost control of her vehicle while negotiating a left curve and it struck a patch of black ice. It exited the south side of the road, struck an embankment, overturned and came to rest on its driver's side, facing east.
She suffered moderate injuries and was transported via ambulance to Altoona Regional Health System.
Irvona Fire Co., Westover Fire Co., Irvona Emergency Medical Services and the state Department of Transportation assisted at the scene.

State police at DuBois
A one-vehicle accident occurred yesterday at 7:18 a.m. on DuBois-Rockton Road in Union Township when Nathan Adams of Falls Creek was traveling west.
He rounded a left curve, his vehicle struck a patch of ice, it slid counterclockwise across the road and into a ditch along the south berm.
The vehicle traveled approximately 40 feet in the ditch, overturned, traveled approximately 27 feet and came to rest on its roof facing east.
Brady Township Fire Department assisted at the scene.
No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident yesterday at 6:15 a.m. on U.S. Route 322 in Winslow Township, Jefferson County, when Jeremy Reiter of DuBois lost control of his vehicle and crashed.
Reynoldsville Emergency Medical Services and Reynoldsville Fire Department assisted at the scene.

Sandy Township
The investigation continues after a Brockway man reported someone broke into his Beers Road cabin Friday and took a gun.
Walmart employees reported seeing a Circle Road woman put items in a motorized cart and leave the store Friday without paying.
She later returned and took a coffee pot, valued at $157.94.
On Friday, a Brockport man reported a vehicle driven by a Chester Springs man tried to force his vehicle off the road at the Falls Creek Sheetz at U.S. Route 219.
The man yelled to slow down, and during the exchange the Chester Springs man held up a gun. The Brockport man followed him at a distance to the DuBois Mall, where police arrived and handled the situation.
A wallet was found near the Falls Creek Sheetz Friday.
The 911 hang-up call at a Hungry Hollow Road residence Friday was accidental.
The Circle Drive woman who was caught taking $101.77 worth of food from Walmart Saturday was seen twice on tape the previous day taking items from the store without paying.
A woman who reportedly screamed derogatory remarks at a DuBois woman who was ringing the bell for the Salvation Army at Save a Lot Saturday was gone when officers arrived.
Treasure Lake Security reported a Fayetteville man's vehicle struck a stop sign at the guard house, where they had him wait until police arrived.
He admitted he had been drinking and failed several field sobriety tests.
Officers received a report of a man staring at the floor for approximately 15 minutes at the Falls Creek Sheetz Saturday then dropping to the floor and screaming.
Employees asked him to leave, which he did, and while in the parking lot he started screaming again. He left the area in a gold Impala prior to police arrival.
The DuBois man who was caught by Walmart employees trying to take a power adaptor, valued at $69, was arrested Sunday.

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