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Daily Police Log
Friday, February 8, 2013
State police at Clearfield
Beth Martin of Frenchville was not injured in a one-vehicle accident yesterday at 6:46 a.m. when she was traveling south on Rolling Stone Road in Cooper Township. She lost control of her vehicle while negotiating a left curve, it traveled onto the west berm and struck a utility pole.

Clearfield Boro
Two women fighting at East Cherry and South Third streets were causing a disturbance in which one was found to be intoxicated and the other attempted to assist her in getting home.
Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was reported, but the person called back and stated that her friend returned the car and did not want to pursue charges.
The unwanted intoxicated man reported at a Linden Street residence was gone prior to police arrival, but he was seen passing by in a vehicle. Officers made contact and advised he was no longer welcome at the residence.
Officers issued a parking ticket following a complaint that a vehicle was parked in a no parking area.

Lawrence Township
Harassment was reported by a Park Avenue Extension resident.
Someone found a wallet on Supercenter Drive.
Criminal mischief to a vehicle parked on Pleasant Lane was reported.
No injuries were reported after a vehicle slid off Guinea Hill Road into a yard.

State police at Philipsburg
Yesterday, a Woodland man was taken into custody and placed in Centre County Correctional Facility for violating a protection from abuse order Tuesday.
No injuries were reported when a Harrisburg man was traveling north on Interstate 99 near mile marker 56.6 in the left lane yesterday at 8 a.m. and his vehicle traveled off the road. It traveled onto the east berm, struck and traveled over a small embankment and came to rest in a ditch.
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