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Daily Police Log
Monday, December 10, 2012
State police at Clearfield
No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident Friday at 4:30 p.m. when Daniel Holt of Curwensville was traveling north on Carbide Road in Pike Township and lost control of his vehicle. It traveled onto the west berm, continued northwest into a cemetery, struck several headstones and came to rest facing west.
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On Wednesday at 6:35 p.m., Angela Roos of Clearfield was not injured when she was traveling north on state Route 153 in Pine Township and her vehicle struck a deer.
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A two-vehicle accident occurred Friday at 4:30 p.m. on Hannah Street in Woodward Township.
John King of Osceola Mills stopped behind a vehicle making a left turn onto Fifth Avenue when the back of his vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Rae Passmore of Madera, who became distracted and failed to stop. King suffered minor injuries and was transported to Clearfield Hospital by Moshannon Valley Emergency Medical Services, while King's passenger, Ruby Laskovanski of Houtzdale, Passmore and Passmore's juvenile passenger were not injured.
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In an incident of harassment, an Olanta man and woman were involved in a verbal altercation Saturday at approximately 6:30 a.m. that turned physical when they began slapping each other in the face.
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Kim Maines of Glen Richey lost control of her vehicle on Carbide Road in Pike Township for unknown reasons Saturday at 10:25 p.m., it overturned and came to rest in the middle of the road. She was flown via STAT MedEvac to Altoona Regional Health System. Rescue Hose & Ladder Fire Co., Curwensville EMS, Clearfield EMS and Glen Richey Fire Co. assisted at the scene.
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The investigation continues following a one-vehicle accident Friday at 12:11 a.m. when Stephanie Gilbert drove across the centerline into the oncoming lane while negotiating a right curve on SR 453 in Pike Township. It traveled off the west side of the road, struck a guide rail, came back across both lanes, struck an embankment on the east side of the road and came to rest in the northbound lane. She was wearing a seat belt and was transported to Clearfield Hospital by Curwensville EMS for treatment of minor injuries. While interviewing her, police detected the odor of alcohol coming from her breath, and she was arrested for driving under the influence.
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In an act of criminal mischief, someone damaged a Morrisdale man's steel fence and drove their vehicle through another Morris-dale man's front yard on Pardee Road between noon Saturday and 7 a.m. yesterday. Damage is estimated at $250, leaving approximately 200 feet of tire marks and damage to a mailbox.
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The investigation continues after someone forcibly entered a hunting camp along 4 Mile Road in Pine Township between Dec. 2 and Friday and removed two flat-screen TVs, Nintendo Wii and 30 video games, a 10-point cross bow and a leaf blower, all valued at $3,000.
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On Saturday at approximately 10:30 p.m., two men entered a Pruner Street residence in Osceola Mills through an unlocked front door and observed a man sitting on his living room floor. One of the men struck the alleged victim twice in the head with an aluminum bat and attempted to strike him again, but the alleged victim put up his forearm and blocked the strike and wrestled him to the floor. The other man struck him in the head with the bat.
The alleged victim was able to flee upstairs and call 911, and he was transported via private vehicle to Clearfield Hospital for treatment of injuries to his head, neck and forearm.
Those responsible fled the residence. One man was between 6 feet and 6 feet, 1 inch tall with a skinny build, while the other is approximately 5 feet, 8 inches tall and 250 pounds.
The investigation continues and anyone with information is asked to contact police at 857-3800.

Clearfield Boro
Officers assisted Morris-Cooper police with a person who was taken to Clearfield Hospital for an evaluation.
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The investigation continues following a fight along Nichols Street in which a Clearfield man punched a Clearfield woman and bit her hand. She refused Clearfield Emergency Medical Services treatment.
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Officers received a complaint of a fight along South Second Street between a woman and two men regarding money.
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The domestic dispute between a brother and sister along East Market Street was verbal.
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Police assisted a man with questions about retrieving property from an ex-girlfriend.
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A Clearfield man found lying on the sidewalk at North Second and Reed streets who reported he was walking home and became tired was provided transportation by a friend.
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Officers assisted with locating a missing girl who was found along South Second Street and released to Lawrence Township police custody.
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Police handled a verbal domestic incident along Nichols Street at the scene.

Lawrence Township
Officers provided information regarding terroristic threats on a social networking site and explained the laws relating to disorderly conduct and terroristic threats.
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Following a possible game law violation reported on Dairy Lane for a shot being fired out of a vehicle, police determined the shot came from a stand off of the roadway.
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The psychological emergency on High Level Road was stabilized by police, and the individual is receiving help.
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The investigation continues following a reported missing/runaway juvenile in which an alert was issued to all law enforcement entities within 50 miles of the township. Clearfield Borough police searched for the juvenile with negative results.
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A theft reported on Sycamore Lane was a civil matter and police were able to resolve the issue.
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The suspicious vehicle reported at the Clearfield Mall is abandoned and police are attempting to locate the owner.
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Police assisted a motorist on SR 879.
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A toolbox that reportedly fell off a pickup truck was gone when police arrivedl.
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No incidents were reported during crowd control at Friday night's football game at the high school.
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Anyone with information regarding the theft of a vehicle with PA registration No. HXL6345 Friday night from the Budget Inn is asked to contact police at 765-1647.
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Police assisted another agency with a runaway juvenile.
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Officers assisted the state Game Commission with a game law violation.
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The investigation continues in a burglary at a Daisy Street Extension business.
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A domestic incident on Valley View Drive was resolved at the scene.
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Police checked the welfare of a resident after the person told a third party they were suffering from depression. The person was found safe and officers assisted in contacting a counselor.
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The investigation continues in a report of simple assault and terroristic threats.
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Officers responded to a report of trespassing and a possible game law violation but found the individuals had permission to hunt on the property and had shot in a safe direction.
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An investigation revealed a complaint about felony possession of a firearm was unfounded.
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The investigation continues in the theft of an electronic accessory to an iPod from a vehicle on Mount Joy Road.
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A motorist struck a couch with their vehicle that was laying on River Road.
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Police were called to Snappy's for a nonreportable accident.
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Officers responded to the Skate Station area for a report of a vehicle driving on the Rails to Trails, but it was gone when they arrived.
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Someone reported an incident of harassment by communication.
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Minor injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident on Old Erie Pike when a Grampian man lost control of his vehicle and struck an embankment.
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A noise complaint was reported in Hillsdale.

DuBois City
Those involved in a fight in a West DuBois Avenue business parking lot Friday night left before police arrived, but were located, and a vehicle was damaged but no one wanted to press charges.
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Someone stole scrap metal from a business in the 300 block of South Jared Street.
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On Friday, an officer saw a 4-year-old boy riding a bicycle across Main Street with no adult supervision, located his parent and learned he snuck out of the home.
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A domestic disturbance between a man and woman along Stockdale Street Friday turned physical.
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A Brockport man was cited Saturday for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct when he was observed by police staggering into a business in the 700 block of East DuBois Avenue.
He was highly intoxicated and a ride was called to take him home.
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The investigation continues in a burglary Saturday in which numerous items were taken from a residence.
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Officers are investigating a domestic incident between a mother and son in the 500 block of Juniata Street.
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The Mayport man who was found passed out in the parking lot of a business in the 300 block of DuBois Avenue yesterday was arrested for public drunkenness.

Morris-Cooper Regional
While responding to a drug violation Thursday in Cooper Township, police found a man who threatened to harm himself, and he was transported to Clearfield Hospital for evaluation.
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On Saturday, a Grassflat resident reported a known person took an iPhone from the residence, which was recovered during an earlier incident involving a runaway juvenile and returned to the owner.
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Public drunkenness and disorderly conduct was reported Saturday at a Winburne residence in which a person who threatened to harm neighbors and anyone who went into the yard was placed in Clearfield County Jail.
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An out-of-control juvenile who left their Winburne residence had just returned when police arrived, and they spoke to those involved and the parents had mobile crisis complete an evaluation.
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Two stranded motorists at the Kylertown Auto/Truck Plaza asking for money and a ride to New York City were permitted by police and state police to make phone calls to get a ride to pick them up. A family member was en route from New York.
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The Kwik Fill Auto/Truck Plaza manager reported an abandoned carnival trailer has been left in the parking lot since September and police are attempting to locate the owner.
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Hunters found a four-wheeler in the woods in Munson Wednesday. After checking the identification number, it was found to have been stolen in the spring, and the vehicle was detained until the owner could be reached.
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On Thursday, Decatur Township police were given assistance with a shooting incident in the township.
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The investigation continues in a reported sexual assault over a six-year period in Morris Township.
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No injuries were reported in an accident in which Loralee Walstrom reported she fell asleep while traveling north on Morrisdale-Allport Highway, her vehicle crossed the centerline and side-swiped a vehicle driven by Rebecca Batcho, who was traveling south. Batcho reported she saw the vehicle travel into her lane and attempted to swerve to the far right to avoid a collision.
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Ten people were reportedly fighting in and outside Mel's Inn in Morrisdale. One person was cited for disorderly conduct and another fled the scene due to a bench warrant for his arrest from the Clearfield County Sheriff's Department. Decatur Township police and the state police assisted at the scene.
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Police responded to a physiological emergency in Morrisdale in which a resident had a rifle threatening to do bodily harm to the individual who was attempting to set his house on fire. The area was checked and no one else was around. The person was transported to Clearfield Hospital for an evaluation. Decatur Township police and the state police assisted at the scene.
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