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Daily Police Log
Thursday, August 29, 2013
State police at Clearfield
Someone stole a wheelbarrow and four stainless steel pipes from a wooded area near Comet Way in Chester Hill between 5 p.m. Tuesday and 4:55 p.m. yesterday. Anyone with information is asked to call Trooper Justin Yost at 857-3800.

Lawrence Township
Police received a report of an accident with injuries on Coal Hill Road.
Officers checked the welfare of a woman in a vehicle at Clearfield Mall and found she was in medical distress. Clearfield Emergency Medical Services assisted at the scene.
A minor accident was reported in the Long John Silver's parking lot.
Officers and Clearfield County Sheriff's Department issued separate warrants on an individual.
No injuries were reported in a minor two-vehicle accident at Krebs Highway and Park Avenue Extension.
Officers assisted Clearfield Borough police with an arrest for trespassing.
The investigation continues in an incident of theft on Fire Tower Road.
Police checked the welfare of an individual along Joseph Road and found they were OK.
A parking complaint was reported at Rowles Family Furniture.
Police responded to a burning complaint along Clearfield-Glen Richey Highway.
Officers assisted Clearfield Borough police with searching for a girl who had a psychological emergency near Cemetery Road.
Assistance was given to Clearfield Borough police with searching for a man in a pickup truck in the East End area.
Someone reported a fireworks complaint in the Interstate 80 area, but police were unable to see or hear anything there.
An unwanted individual with a knife at Walmart was escorted out of the store without incident.

State police at DuBois
No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident yesterday in Brady Township when a Sykesville woman was traveling north on Oklahoma-Salem Road. She lost control of her vehicle while negotiating a left curve due to excessive speed. She applied the brakes, causing her vehicle to spin sideways, exit the east side of the road, slide for approximately 100 feet and come to rest in a grassy area facing northwest.

DuBois City
Yesterday at 1:10 p.m., a hit-and-run accident was reported at North Jared Street and West Long Avenue in which witnesses stated a Penske truck ripped a sign out of the ground and took down a traffic light. The vehicle attempted to leave the scene, but contact was made with the driver, who will be responsible for the damage.
Harassment occurred yesterday when a woman came to an East Park Avenue woman's residence, allegedly yelled, screamed and threatened her about the custody of children.
The woman advised she didn't want to pursue charges, but asked them to speak with the other woman, and they advised if she continued to behave in that manner she would be cited.
A disturbance occurred in the 300 block of South Main Street in which an unwanted man pounded on a woman's door and demanded to be let in. While en route, police were advised he left in a white Cadillac. Contact was made, and after investigating, it was determined the incident was a civil matter.
Yesterday at 8:40 p.m., police responded to an incident of harassment at DuBois Manor, where they advised a man and woman to leave another individual alone.

Curwensville Boro
Someone dumped several bags of trash in the Naulton Road area Tuesday afternoon.

State police at Philipsburg
Yesterday at 1:55 p.m., a Philipsburg man and woman were involved in an altercation along East Spruce Street in Philipsburg in which he allegedly grabbed her and dragged her inside the home. She suffered bruises and an abrasion on her lower back. He was taken into custody and arraigned at Magisterial District Judge Allen Sinclair's office.
Gary Williams of Hyde reported someone stole $100 in produce from his fruit/vegetable stand near Pine and Railroad streets in Rush Township between 8 p.m. Sunday and 7:30 a.m. Monday.
Brian Lyncha of Philipsburg was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct after he was seen staggering in the roadway on Walnut and D streets in South Philipsburg Monday at 10:42 p.m. He was also seen smashing beer bottles on Hemlock Street.
Harassment charges were filed after a 63-year-old Philipsburg man shouted at a 31-year-old Philipsburg man at the farmers market at Front and Presqueisle streets in Philipsburg Saturday.
The investigation continues in the theft of an Arizona man's black 1987 Suzuki Quadzilla 500 with blue ghost flames stored on Womer Road in Rush Township between March 20 and Aug. 18. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 342-3370.
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