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Weekend Police Log
Monday, March 24, 2014

State police at Clearfield
The investigation continues in an incident of harassment Saturday at approximately 5:08 p.m. on Teutonic Avenue in Brisbin. Three individuals, who showed up at a place of business after being told not to, were upset because they were sold a horse that they weren't happy with. After a heated argument, the individuals engaged in a physical altercation. As they fled the scene, they possibly struck an individual with their vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.
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Yesterday at 4:13 a.m., a Philadelphia man was not injured when his vehicle struck a deer on state Route 153 near S.B. Elliott State Park in Pine Township.

Clearfield Boro
Officers responded to School Avenue for a report of a neighbor dispute about parking.
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Police responded to Southwest Second Avenue to assist emergency medical services in locating a parent of a juvenile who was injured in a bicycle accident.
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A hit-and-run accident occurred Friday on North Second Street when a vehicle backed into another vehicle near the Verizon Cellular building.
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Officers responded to a disturbance in the North Third Street area in which a man and woman were involved in an argument about their vehicle being damaged.
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A man who was wanted on warrants was taken into custody and placed in Clearfield County Jail.
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A disturbance occurred at J.G. Food Warehouse when someone opened a car door and it blew into another person's vehicle, resulting in an argument.
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Officers responded to St. Francis Church for a report of a man looking in vehicles. He was located and if anyone had items stolen they are asked to contact police at 765-7819.
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A noise complaint was reported on East Market Street.
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Following a traffic stop on U.S. Route 322 in Clearfield Borough, a man was arrested for driving under the influence.
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Children reportedly playing around houses along South Second Street could not be located.
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A boy who reportedly left Penn Highlands Clearfield without clearance was found along Gulich Avenue and transported back to the hospital for treatment.
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Drug items were found following a report of a suspicious vehicle parked at the Driving Park.
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Police checked on a suspicious person along Spruce Street.
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All-terrain vehicles were reportedly traveling on Cleo Street.
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A hit-and-run accident occurred on East Market Street, and police located the vehicle involved.
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Officers assisted state police with locating a stolen vehicle.
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Harassment was reported after someone threatened to shoot a person's dog.
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The domestic situation reported on Clearfield Street was found to be an argument and police stood by until one person left for the evening.
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Officers were unable to locate a suspicious person along Nichols Street.
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The report of a woman who took a man's vehicle along Market Street was civil and those involved were advised to contact attorneys.
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The investigation continues in an incident of theft in which someone used another person's Dumpster to dispose of household items.

Lawrence Township
Police checked the welfare of a Montgomery Run Road resident following a 911 hang-up call and found it was accidental.
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Retail theft was reported on Supercenter Drive.
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Someone reported an injured deer on Martin Street Extension.
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Those involved in a reported fight at Central PA Speedway left prior to police arrival.
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Individuals who were allegedly riding all-terrain vehicles on the road in Hillsdale left prior to police arrival.
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A report of a possible overdose was unfounded.
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The investigation continues in the reported theft of medication.
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Officers assisted a motorist.
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Someone reported a traffic hazard on U.S. 322, but it had been removed when police arrived.
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Police checked the welfare of a man at Riverside Motel.
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Trespassing was reported on Old Erie Pike.
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Someone reportedly stole a handgun from a Lawrence Township residence.
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Officers responded to a domestic incident on South Second Street.
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A traffic hazard on Rockton Mountain Highway was cleared from the roadway.
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Police assisted a motorist at Dairy Queen.

State police at Punxsy
On Friday at 10:50 a.m., a two-vehicle accident occurred in Rose Township, Jefferson County.
William Kelso of Hermitage was traveling south on state Route 36 and attempted to pass a vehicle driven by Bradley Wright of Brookville, who was turning left onto Woodland Drive. Kelso's vehicle struck Wright's vehicle and skidded into a residential lawn. Wright's vehicle slid into a ditch on the east side of the road. Kelso suffered minor head injuries and was taken to Penn Highlands Brookville. Wright and his passenger, Matthew Belinda of Philipsburg, were not injured.
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Four hypodermic needles that were found in a field at Westover Youth Center Friday were recovered by police and disposed of at an area hospital.
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Retail theft charges were filed against Kelly Elizabeth Junod of Mahaffey and Jonathan Paul Gregory of Winburne. They allegedly shoplifted $129.08 worth of items from the Punxsutawney Walmart in Young Township, Jefferson County, on Friday at 10:55 p.m.
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The investigation continues after a known Rockton woman entered the Punxsutawney Walmart after being notified and acknowledging she was prohibited from entering any Walmart Stores Inc. property.

State police at Philipsburg
The investigation continues after someone stole a Munson woman's cell phone while she was at Philipsburg-Osceola Area High School Wednesday.
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Beverly Shirey of Philipsburg reported someone stole two 32-inch flat-screen televisions, two Netgear routers, a laptop and two ball caps from her North 11th Street residence between March 12 and Tuesday.
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Richard Kizer of Philipsburg reported someone stole his keys that had been placed on a table at Hope Volunteer Fire Department Feb. 28.


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