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Friday, May 31, 2013
State police at Clearfield
Someone entered Bar 53 in Coalport through a back door between May 18 and Wednesday and removed the beverage advertisement signs and neon lights from the walls and fled the scene.
Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.
Carlos Dejesus of Hawk Run reported an incident of theft from a motor vehicle.
Someone removed a GPS from the center compartment of his vehicle while it was parked at his Pardee Road residence in Morris Township between 8:30 p.m. Monday and 7 a.m. Wednesday.
The investigation continues after Jason Hummell of Philipsburg paid $2,300 May 14 for a 2007 Yamaha Rhino utility terrain vehicle on Craigslist and never received it.

Clearfield Boro
No injuries were reported in a minor accident on North Second Street.
Officers assisted with a disabled vehicle at Joseph and Elizabeth Shaw Public Library.
Clearfield Fire Department provided traffic control due to power lines being knocked down in the 400 block of Bigler Avenue.
Emergency medical services took a man to Clearfield Hospital to be evaluated after he was found disoriented in the 500 block of Nichols Street.
Police addressed a barking dog complaint in the 300 block of Nichols Street.
The 911 hang-up call on South Fourth Street was found to be a young child playing with the phone.
The investigation continues in a hit-and-run accident on Reed Street.
Officers responded to a hit-and-run accident/domestic incident at Margaretta and South Fourth streets.

Lawrence Township
A two-vehicle accident occurred on state Route 879 near the Interstate 80 bridges.
Separate trespassing incidents were reported at Lawrence Park Village and in the Mount Joy area.
An act of criminal mischief was reported.
Someone reported an animal complaint at Walmart.
Police received a report of harassment.
Harassment occurred at Lawrence Park Village.
Individuals were reportedly going through a Dumpster at a Turnpike Avenue Extension business.
Officers were unable to locate a motorist who was allegedly driving under the influence on SR 879.
Two suspicious vehicles were located by police at an area business.

State police at Punxsy
Frankie Cornelius of DuBois was traveling north on U.S. Route 119 in North Mahoning Township, Indiana County, yesterday at 3:54 p.m. when he lost control of his motorcycle.
It traveled across the southbound lane and off of the roadway, where it struck a curb, throwing him off.
Cornelius suffered moderate injuries and was flown to Allegheny General Hospital.
Marion Center Fire Co., Citizens EMS and West Penn Allegheny Life Flight assisted.
The investigation continues after a Mahaffey woman reported two known women stopped by her West Main Street residence Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. and called her names.

Curwensville Boro
Speeding complaints were reported on State Street, where eight citations were issued, and motorists are reminded that the speed limit is 25 mph.

State police at Philipsburg
Between May 20 and May 21, someone removed a pink Next Gem bicycle from the property of Jolene Bolton of South Second Street, Philipsburg.

State police at Ridgway
Theft of services occurred at The Summit in Ridgway Township, Elk County, yesterday.
A Ridway man and woman and a DuBois man ordered food and fled over the railing of the front deck before it was served.

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