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Johnson Motors - 877-816-0659
Friday, May 24, 2013
State police at Clearfield
In an incident of retail theft, a known Grassflat woman took four cans of biscuits, valued at $12, from Mountain View Market in Cooper Township Saturday without paying for them.
The investigation continues in an assault that occurred Wednesday at 9 p.m. on Egypt Road in Bradford Township when a Clearfield man allegedly used a wooden object to strike a Woodland woman.
Troopers are investigating an act of criminal mischief in which someone threw eggs at a Houtzdale man's residence along Eliza Street between 7-8 p.m. yesterday.
Clearfield Boro
Officers found a 911 hang-up call at a North Front Street business was accidental.
Two separate incidents of harassment were reported along Clearfield Street and along Margaretta Street.
Police served a warrant on a man who was located by Decatur Township police in Philipsburg.
Lawrence Township
The investigation continues into an incident of retail theft at an area business.
A person was transported to Clearfield Hospital by Clearfield Emergency Medical Services following an incident on Susquehanna Street in Hyde.
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident when a Clearfield woman's vehicle struck the back of another Clearfield woman's vehicle.
The theft of a bicycle was reported to police.
The investigation continues after someone entered several buildings in the Plymptonville area.
Child custody issues were reported to police.
Officers are investigating after a man attempted to pass a counterfeit $20 bill at an area restaurant, and he also possessed other counterfeit denominations.
A construction vehicle with its lights on was found to be parked and locked.
Police responded to Clearfield Hospital to gather information on an incident in the township.
Sandy Township
The investigation continues after the Petco manager reported Wednesday that an employee had been ringing fake returns.
No injuries were reported after a vehicle driven by a Treasure Lake man struck the back of a vehicle driven by another Treasure Lake man as they attempted to pull from Treasure Lake on SR 255.
Officers handled a situation Wednesday in which a Treasure Lake man reported being harassed by a former employee.
The investigation continues after Walmart employees reportedly caught a Reynoldsville woman under-ringing $74.20 worth of merchandise Wednesday.
Possible abuse of a horse was reported at a Cain Road Ranch Wednesday, but officers found all of the animals were well taken care of.
Officers are investigating after a Clearfield woman reported yesterday that a Mineral Springs man picked up her daughter's prescription without permission.
Yesterday, a St. Marys man was seen by Treasure Lake Security driving without a license and officers found he was belligerent and admitted to not having a driver's license.
The investigation continues after a Reynoldsville woman reported being followed by an unknown man for several days.
No injuries were reported yesterday when a Tennessee man was changing trailers in the Pilot parking lot, the emergency brake gave way and it coasted forward and struck a truck driven by an Illinois man.
Curwensville Boro
Extra patrols will be provided in the Beech Street area after a resident reported suspicious noises and individuals at 12:10 a.m.
Police searched the property and didn't find any signs of entry.
State police at Philipsburg
Troopers were notified that a Julian man failed to comply with the Megan's Law Section Sex Offender Registration Act and a full investigation was requested.
It dictated that all registered offenders report to an authorized registration site to comply with requirements by March 20.
No injuries were reported after a 15-year-old Philipsburg juvenile tackled an 11-year-old Philipsburg juvenile off their bicycle along Walnut Street.
Harassment charges were filed after an argument between an Osceola Mills man and woman along Curtin Street in which he grabbed her by the neck and shoved her to the ground.
The owner of a toolbox and two CD cases found Monday at 10 a.m. on Fourth Street in Philipsburg is asked to contact police at 342-3370 to claim them.
The investigation continues in a domestic dispute between a Philipsburg man and Houtzdale woman Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. along Powder Magazine Road in Rush Township.
He put his hands on her neck and punched her in the shoulder.
On Wednesday at 1:45 a.m., a Philipsburg man was under the influence of alcohol and was yelling and screaming on the sidewalk in front of a West Presqueisle Street residence in Philipsburg.
Another Philipsburg man attempted asked him to stop yelling and leave the area. When he refused, the man punched the intoxicated man in the face with a closed fist. The intoxicated man was then involved in a physical altercation with a third Philipsburg man and threw him to the ground.
A two-vehicle accident occurred Tuesday at 9:20 p.m. in Worth Township.
A Port Matilda man was traveling north on Reese Hollow Road and attempted to cross U.S. Route 322 and his vehicle traveled into the path of a vehicle driven by Lyle Wisor of West Decatur.
The man and his passenger, both suffered minor injuries.
Keith Blake of Philipsburg reported two known people were tampering with his old riding lawnmower along Water Street Wednesday at approximately 3:40 p.m.
On Wednesday at approximately 7:15 p.m., a man and a woman were involved in a domestic dispute on State Street in Sandy Ridge.
She threw his iPad against a wall and stomped on it and he pushed and shoved her.

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