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Daily Police Log
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
State police at Clearfield
Yesterday at 7:49 a.m., a two-vehicle accident occurred in Boggs Township. Scott Coble of Woodland pulled from a stop sign on state Route 2024 onto SR 153 into the path of a vehicle driven by Suzanna Scott of Houtzdale. Both drivers suffered minor injuries.
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Charges were filed against a York man who attempted to purchase a firearm at a Clearfield business Aug. 6 when a check of his history determined he is not allowed to purchase, possess or otherwise have a firearm.
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The investigation continues after someone damaged a fence at God's Clearview Ministry on Pardee Road in Morris Township between 7 p.m. Sunday and 7 a.m. yesterday.
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Troopers responded to a one-vehicle accident at East LeContes Mills Road and SR 879 in Goshen Township and found a Karthaus man was driving under the influence.

Clearfield Boro
In a noise complaint/domestic dispute along Nichols Street, a Clearfield man and woman were listening to music and having an argument that caused a disturbance.
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A verbal domestic incident between a father and daughter occurred along East Locust Street.
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Officers assisted with a disabled vehicle along North Third Street.
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The Woodland man who was served a warrant for unpaid fines was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Richard Ireland and placed in Clearfield County Jail. Clearfield County Sheriff's Department assisted police.

Lawrence Township
Officers received a 911 hang-up call from a residence, but found everything was fine.
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A small red gym bag thrown over a fence onto the state Department of Transportation's property was recovered by police and returned to Clearfield Area Middle School.
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The investigation continues in a hit-and-run accident at Ollie's.
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Police assisted a motorist who was having vehicle problems at Walmart.
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A harassment complaint was received.
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Someone reported a motorist left the Leonard Street area and was possibly under the influence, but police were unable to locate their vehicle.
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Officers responded to a Nelson Road residence for a possible theft and found the matter is a civil issue.
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Police assisted a woman who fell along Leonard Street and they remained on scene until emergency medical services arrived.
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The investigation continues into a possible DUI incident on Bigler Avenue in which the vehicle was gone when police arrived.
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Officers are investigating an incident of loitering and prowling at nighttime in the Plymptonville area.
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Someone reported an Internet scam.
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The investigation continues in an alleged assault in Hyde.
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Police were unable to locate a suspicious vehicle reported on Martin Street Extension.

State College Boro
Yesterday at 3:04 p.m., an accident occurred along Mount Nittany Expressway. A tractor-trailer owned by Special Service Transportation Inc., Brunswick, Ohio, traveled off the road, struck a bridge abutment and the trailer overturned, spilling its non-hazardous contents on the road.
The operator was entrapped and was subsequently extricated by members of Boalsburg and Alpha fire departments. Centre Lifelink Ambulance took him to Mount Nittany Medical Center, where he is in stable condition.
U.S. Route 322 westbound was closed for approximately 1½ hours and was then opened to one lane of travel. The Department of Transportation and fire police assisted police. A State College police accident reconstructionist will conduct further investigation.
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