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Weekend Police Log
Monday, February 4, 2013
State police at Clearfield
The investigation continues in a theft of services incident after a Curwensville woman allegedly threw items into a Curwensville man's Dumpster on Anderson Avenue.
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No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle Jan. 25 accident on West Presqueisle Street in Chester Hill. A Houtzdale man was traveling south too fast for conditions, attempted to turn right onto Clover Street, and his vehicle traveled off the west shoulder, struck a white vinyl fence at a residence and came to rest. The driver allegedly fled on foot prior to police arrival.
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Troopers are investigating after someone used a BB gun to shoot a Houtzdale woman's vehicle Jan. 27 while traveling on state Route 153 in Decatur Township, causing approximately $500 in damage.

Clearfield Boro
Following a traffic stop for an expired registration, a Curwensville man was arrested for driving under the influence.
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Officers assisted a man in getting to Clearfield Hospital.
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Police investigated an act of criminal mischief at a Nichols Street business.
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Officers responded to a noise complaint in the 300 block of West Fifth Avenue.
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During a traffic stop for a violation on Boyer Avenue, a Hyde woman was found to be under the influence of alcohol and had a warrant for her arrest by Lawrence Township police. Her passenger, a Clearfield man, also had warrants for his arrest by Clearfield Borough police.
Both were incarcerated in Clearfield County Jail.
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A parking complaint was received on East Locust Street, where the vehicle blocking a driveway was issued a parking ticket.

Lawrence Township
A traffic violation was reported in which a motorist wasn't supposed to have a valid driver's license.
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Police received a report of a possible assault.
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The investigation continues in a reported theft at a Hyde residence.
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A key was found in the Race Street area.
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Officers are investigating after someone removed construction material from Clearfield Area High School property.
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The investigation continues in a reported theft on Fullerton Street.
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Officers made contact with a suspicious individual on Antes Hill Road.
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The possible theft of a cell phone was reported.
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Someone reported the theft of a purse; however, it was later located.
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Those involved in a dispute over property were referred to appropriate agencies.
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An unwanted individual was reported on Clarendon Avenue, and police responded and learned a couple was having problems.
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The incident of theft reported on Montgomery Run Road was resolved without an arrest.
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Minor injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident on SR 879 when a motorist lost control of their vehicle on the icy roadway and struck a guide rail.
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Officers, assisted by Clearfield Borough police, attempted to serve a warrant on a Hyde resident. The person was too intoxicated to arraign and was housed in CCJ.
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Assistance was given to Clearfield Borough police with a DUI and false reports incident resulting from a traffic stop.
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Police assisted a motorist who had vehicle trouble due to the weather.

Curwensville Boro
On Tuesday morning, a woman entered the office at Dollar General and stole a purse and cash, which store employees recovered. They confronted her and she fled in a vehicle, but enough information was obtained that police were able to identify her.
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An incident of harassment was reported Thursday evening in the Schofield Street area.

State police at Philipsburg
On Friday, a Port Matilda man was arrested after suspicious items were observed at his residence. A subsequent consent search was performed and police recovered 159.5 prescription pills, five glass vials with an unknown clear liquid, one resealable bag with suspected heroin, one glass vial with an unknown brown liquid, one glass marijuana pipe, one digital scale, eight metal spoons with white powder residue, 170 empty heroin baggies, one metal cylinder and 120 syringes. He was taken to Centre County Correctional Facility.
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On Jan. 28 at 5:50 p.m., a Warriors Mark woman was traveling south on Marengo Road in Halfmoon Township when she lost control of her vehicle while negotiating a left curve, it exited the west berm and struck a tree. She was taken to Tyrone Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries.
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A Johnstown man was traveling south on South Eagle Valley Road in Taylor Township Saturday at 9 a.m. when his vehicle exited the west side of the road and struck a guide rail. He was unresponsive on scene and was not wearing a seat belt, and was transported by Port Matilda Emergency Medical Services to Altoona Regional Health System for treatment.
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Joseph Monoskey of Osceola Mills was traveling west on U.S. Route 322 in Rush Township Saturday at 12:10 a.m. when he veered his vehicle over the double yellow line, overcorrected and it began to slide. The vehicle struck a tree and he fled the scene. Troopers are investigating to determine if he was aided in fleeing the scene.
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A State College woman was not injured Friday at 1:20 a.m. when she was traveling north on U.S. 220 in Boggs Township, applied the brakes to make a left turn onto Summer Mac Drive and her vehicle slid off the west berm and into a ditch, overturning onto its roof.

State police at Ebensburg
Someone removed a case of beer and $20 in change from an unlocked residence on Shady Lane in Fallentimber, Reade Township, Wednesday. Anyone with information should call the police at 471-6500.
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