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Daily Police Log
Saturday, January 11, 2014

State police at Clearfield
A one-vehicle accident occurred Friday on Interstate 80 in Cooper Township. Due to traveling too fast for road conditions, the driver negotiated a right curve in the roadway and lost control of the vehicle, causing it to travel off the right berm and collide with an embankment. All occupants were wearing seat belts and were transported to the UPMC Altoona emergency room for treatment of injuries.

DuBois City
On Wednesday, police were contacted by the DuBois Area Middle School police officer advising them that two female students got into a fight on the school bus. The officer was advised to file a private complaint against one of the students.
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Police were dispatched to the area of North Church Street and East Park Avenue for a report of a suspicious looking male following a female. Upon making contact with them, they stated it was a misunderstanding and everything was OK.
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On Thursday, police were contacted by a DuBois Area school police officer in reference to a male carrying a holstered gun on his side when he walks his child to the bus stop. The SPO provided police with the individual's name, and they investigated the incident and found the male was carrying the gun legally and did not violate any laws.
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Police responded to a reported theft on Chestnut Street. The victim told police that she had multiple items stolen from her residence, and said she believed her son was the person responsible. Police made contact with the son and he denied the allegations. The investigation continues.


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