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Daily Police Log
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
State police at Clearfield
On Monday, police cited a Grassflat man, a Morrisdale man and a known juvenile for trespassing on private property in Cooper Township.
The investigation continues in an incident of harassment Sunday at 10 p.m. along Grouse Road in Morris Township. An argument between two women turned physical when a Munson woman allegedly struck a Morrisdale woman in the eye.
Someone threw a brick through the side window of a man's vehicle while it was parked on Lingle Street in Osceola Mills between 10 p.m. Sunday and 7 a.m. Monday. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.

Clearfield Boro
The investigation continues in an act of criminal mischief in which several vehicle tires have been punctured in the last month along West Fifth Street.
Officers checked a reported intoxicated man along East Market Street and found he was not intoxicated.
Police recovered a chicken that was running free near Leavy Avenue and Third Street.
A search is under way for Devon Curran, 16, who left his residence Friday and has not had contact with his parent or attended school. He is 6 feet, 2 inches tall and has brown hair and blue eyes.
Officers assisted with a disabled vehicle at East Market and Second streets.

Lawrence Township
A complaint was received regarding a stolen iPod Touch from Clearfield Area High School.
The investigation continues in a reported theft from an area business.
Assistance was given to a motorist whose vehicle was disabled at an area business.
Someone reported a traffic hazard on a roadway.
Officers referred those involved in a civil dispute to appropriate agencies.
Police assisted code enforcement with an incident involving property.

State police at DuBois
The investigation continues in a two-vehicle accident yesterday at 10:45 p.m. on Carson Hill Road in Brady Township. William Schoening of Rockton was traveling east, his vehicle crossed the centerline and entered the path of a vehicle driven by Justin Unch of Clearfield, who was traveling west, causing a head-on collision. Schoening and his passenger, Demi Dysart of DuBois, and Unch's passenger, Melissa Har-mon of Reynoldsville, were transported via ambulance to DuBois Regional Medical Center. Trooper Arnold Stutsman, Brady Township Fire Co., Brady Township and DuBois emergency medical services assisted at the scene.

DuBois City
Someone threw a block through a window at a residence in the 300 block of North Third Street Monday.
No charges were filed Monday following a domestic disturbance between a mother and daughter along Olive Avenue regarding money theft.

Sandy Township
On Monday, an accident involving a Ridgway man and Alberta, Canada, man occurredwhen one vehicle turned in front of the other at the Interstate 80 on-ramp at state Route 255.
Yesterday, someone reportedly struck and damaged a Reynoldsville man's vehicle while it was parked at Walmart.

Curwensville Boro
Police received a report of an abandoned vehicle Saturday in the Walnut Street area.
In an incident of criminal mischief, someone damaged a door at a State Street building.
On Saturday, a man was allegedly harassed in the Schofield Street area.
Two Blair County men who were apprehended for trespassing at a State Street apartment building were found to have active arrest warrants and were transported to Clearfield County Jail.
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