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Daily Police Log
Thursday, March 13, 2014

State police at Clearfield
Theft occurred in Ramey when someone removed jewelry from a Main Street residence.
Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.
The investigation continues in the theft of an HTC Boost Mobile cell phone from a Sixth Street residence in Morris Township.
Criminal trespass charges were filed against Douglas Zimmerman of Altoona and Daniel John Harpster of Coalport after they entered the Davis Lumber property in Jordan Township. The men were not allowed on the property, which was properly posted by its owner.

Lawrence Township
A Hillsdale resident reported an incident of harassment.
Officers provided traffic control where a vehicle was stuck in a ditch along Supercenter Drive until it was removed.
A vehicle that was reportedly stuck on Washington Avenue left the scene prior to police arrival.
A reported psychological emergency occurred outside Lawrence Township and was referred to the appropriate agency.
Retail theft was reported after a woman concealed items at Walmart and attempted to leave without paying.
Police removed a tree that was blocking Flegal Road.
Harassment was reported at Clearfield Area High School.
Officers checked the welfare of a man on Park Avenue Extension.
A psychological emergency was reported on South Second Street, where a man was transported by ambulance to an area hospital for treatment.
Theft from a motor vehicle was reported.
Someone reported a traffic complaint on state Route 879.

State police at Punxsy
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident that occurred Monday at 8:20 a.m. on Clover Run Road in Bell Township. Corry Higgins of DuBois was negotiating a right turn and lost control of his vehicle on an ice patch. It traveled into the oncoming lane and struck a vehicle driven by Brian Ruddock of Indiana, whose vehicle entered the roadway from a private lane.

Sandy Township
Retail theft charges were filed against a Corsica man who was caught by Walmart employees attempting to leave without paying for $102.68 worth of merchandise Monday.
Officers investigated a report of a call to 911 from a Treasure Lake residence with an open line and no response from a resident and found no problems.
No injuries were reported when a Ridgway woman was traveling on Bee Line Highway and a vehicle driven by a DuBois man pulled from Walmart into her lane, causing the vehicles to collide.
No one was injured Tuesday when an 88-year-old Treasure Lake woman turned her vehicle into the path of a vehicle driven by a 52-year-old Treasure Lake woman.
Officers handled a situation Tuesday in which a South Main Street resident reported her neighbor's dog was barking in the middle of the night.

State police at Philipsburg
William Potts of West Decatur was stopped at Front and Locust streets in Philipsburg Feb. 27 when a small, dark-colored sedan struck the back bumper on his vehicle. The driver pulled into Minit Mart, but fled the scene, traveling south on Front Street.
The investigation continues after a known person of interest stole approximately $400 from Brother's Pizza in Philipsburg Sunday.

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