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Daily Police Log
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
State police at Clearfield
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident yesterday at 3:40 p.m. in Chester Hill.
Kenneth Youngblood of Osceola Mills was traveling south on Walton Street, slowed for traffic and the back of his vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Sandra Keith of Osceola Mills.
Yesterday at 6:30 p.m., a one-vehicle accident occurred in Woodward Township when a 17-year-old Houtzdale boy was traveling north on state Route 153. He lost control of his vehicle on the ice-covered road, it traveled off the road and struck a tree. The driver and his passenger, a 16-year-old Morann girl, suffered minor injuries and were wearing their seat belts. Houtzdale Fire Co. assisted at the scene.

Clearfield Boro
Two men involved in a possible theft in which they were reportedly going through the contents of a trailer along North Third Street were gone when police arrived. Nothing appeared to be missing.
Officers assisted a person along Reed Street who locked their keys in their vehicle.

Lawrence Township
The investigation continues in a reported incident of harassment at Clearfield Area Middle School.
An individual involved in a civil dispute in the Clearfield area was referred to the appropriate agency.
Officers are investigating a report of a student possibly taking videos of a teacher.
The parking problem at Clearfield Area High School was addressed by school personnel.
A vehicle was repossessed in Clearfield.
Police were unable to locate a reported suspicious man at Clearfield Mall.
Assistance was given to a motorist whose vehicle became disabled on SR 879.
The utility company was notified and a crew was dispatched to a downed power line on Kauffman Road.
A one-vehicle accident occurred on River Road near High Level Road when a motorist lost control of their vehicle and it slid into a ditch. Clearfield Emergency Medical Services transported a passenger to Clearfield Hospital.
No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident on Fire Tower Road when a motorist lost control of their vehicle on the icy road, it slid off the road and struck a tree.
Officers checked the welfare of a person at a Glen Richey residence and found everything was fine.
The alleged attempted burglary reported in the Plymptonville area was unfounded.
A report was received that Cory Eminhizer, the current Fugitive of the Week, was at an area motel. Police responded, took him into custody and transported him to Clearfield County Jail on a warrant. Clearfield County Sheriff's Department assisted at the scene.
The vehicle involved in a reported one-vehicle accident on Glen Richey Highway near Pine Grove Nursery Road was gone when police arrived.
Those involved in a domestic incident on Esther Lane left before police arrived, and the situation was handled at the scene.
Officers handled an incident in which someone reported they were harassed online.

State police at DuBois
Someone removed a 2006 Mustang make 16-foot dual-wheel flatbed trailer from the Mountain Extreme parking lot on Rockton Mountain Highway in Union Township between Feb. 4 and Monday.
No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident on Interstate 80 at mile marker 103.4 in Union Township when a California man was traveling east in the right lane. His vehicle slid, spun 180 degrees, struck a guide rail on the south side of the road, continued east, slid off the south side of the road and came to a rest facing north.

DuBois City
On Monday, a two-vehicle accident occurred at Liberty Boulevard and East DuBois Avenue when a Punxsutawney man's vehicle struck the back of a DuBois woman's vehicle.

State police at Philipsburg
Someone accessed a Port Matilda woman's credit card between Saturday and Monday. The location is unknown and it is believed the purchases were made via the Internet. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 342-3370.
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