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Daily Police Log
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
State police at Clearfield
Jamie Dunlap of Winburne was not injured in a one-vehicle accident Friday on state Route 53 in Morris Township when she took her eyes off the road and her vehicle crossed the centerline.
She turned the steering wheel hard to the right, causing her to lose control of the vehicle, it skidded 200 feet, struck a pole, traveled down an embankment, overturned and came to rest on its roof.
The investigation continues after someone broke into the Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge in Morris Township between 11:15 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m. yesterday. A locked safe was entered and several lockers were pried open that contained bank bags that held an undetermined amount of money. Also, a 42-inch TV and a box that stores camera information were stolen. Damage is estimated at approximately $1,000. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.
Approximately 1,500 pounds of steel plate of an unknown value and nine 5230 Cat Excavator spacer plates, valued at $800 each, were removed from a job site off of Pottersdale Road in Karthaus Township between Wednesday and Thursday.

Clearfield Boro
Officers assisted Clearfield Emergency Medical Services at an East End residence.
A Clearfield woman was arrested for theft after she removed decorations from the front porch at a West Side residence.
The abandoned bike found in the 300 block of Leavy Avenue was turned in to police.
Retail theft occurred at Sheetz when a woman was seen concealing items and left without paying for them.
Police were able to speak to a boy who attempted to start a fight along West Locust Street.
Juveniles reportedly throwing snowballs at vehicles on Turnpike Avenue were located.
The investigation continues in an incident of theft at Clearfield Pharmacy.
An intoxicated man found staggering along North Third Street was arrested.

Lawrence Township
Clearfield Borough police assisted with serving a warrant on a Clearfield woman.
The investigation continues in burglaries along Steep Hill Drive and Carbon Mine Road in which someone removed a large amount of copper wire. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 765-1533.
Trespassing was reported in the Hyde area in which the person of interest is known to police.
Police assisted another agency with conducting person of interest interviews.
Officers responded to a report of vehicles improperly parked in the Hillsdale area that were causing a traffic hazard, but they were gone.
Assistance was given to a motorist whose vehicle became disabled along a highway.
The investigation continues after known individuals agreed to purchase an animal from area residents and left without making the required disposition of funds.

Sandy Township
No injuries were reported Friday when a vehicle driven by a Reynoldsville man left Oklahoma-Salem Road due to icy conditions, struck a mailbox and came to rest in a ditch.
On Friday, an accident occurred on Sher De Lin Road due to icy conditions when a vehicle driven by a 54-year-old DuBois man and a vehicle driven by an 18-year-old DuBois man collided. The 54-year-old DuBois man was taken to DuBois Regional Medical Center.
A Treasure Lake woman suffered minor injuries when she lost control of her vehicle on Coral Reef Road at Treasure Lake due to icy conditions and it traveled into a ditch.
Minor damage was reported Friday when a vehicle slid down the driveway across the street, wrecked in a Treasure Lake resident's yard and left the scene.
Sears employees reported a white sport utility vehicle almost struck them in the parking lot Friday.
The investigation continues after Walmart employees reported a man and woman pushing a stroller left the store without paying for items and were located walking on Shaffer Road.
On Saturday, a Treasure Lake resident reported some time during the night a vehicle left the road and damaged a fence post in his yard.
Treasure Lake Security reported a hit-and-run accident occurred Saturday at the Two Turtles Road intersection when a silver SUV struck a stop sign and fled the scene.
A Treasure Lake woman called from East Side Sports Bar to report a domestic incident with her husband Saturday. Officers spoke with them and found they were highly intoxicated and belligerent.
On Sunday, officers handled a situation in which a Treasure Lake woman locked herself in her basement with a gun and reported her estranged boyfriend was trying to get in the house and she threatened to shoot him. The man stated he was trying to get his belongings out of the house, and she came out to talk to police and reported she wanted him to leave.
The investigation continues after a Punxsutawney woman was reportedly under-ringing merchandise while she was working at Walmart.

Curwensville Boro
A 37-year-old Curwensville man who was arrested for several sexual assault violations was arraigned Wednesday night before Magisterial District Judge Patrick N. Ford. Bail was set at $100,000. He is currently housed in Clearfield County Jail awaiting a preliminary hearing.
A suspicious vehicle was reported in the Swoope Street area Thursday afternoon.
Anyone who finds a Kindle that was lost in the 800 block of State Street should turn it in at the police department.
Curwensville Emergency Medical Services assisted police with an intentional drug overdose incident.
The investigation continues in a burglary Saturday at a George Street residence.

State police at Philipsburg
Yesterday at 10:40 a.m., an argument between a Philipsburg man and woman at an apartment along Presqueisle Street turned physical when he shoved her onto a couch.
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