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Daily Police Log
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

State police at Clearfield
The investigation continues in an incident of harassment yesterday at 4:10 p.m. at 219 Electric Ave., Woodward Township, in which Josiah Swanson of Houtzdale and Shane Lowe of Madera allegedly engaged in a physical altercation.

Clearfield Boro
Officers arrested a man for domestic violence following an altercation at a Clearfield Street residence.
Police were called to assist emergency medical services with an incident along Fifth Street, but were canceled upon arriving at the scene.
The report of a domestic incident in which a protection from abuse order was violated came from a third party and was unfounded.
A report of harassment was later unfounded.
Officers received a call from a woman reporting a possible computer scam in which the caller stated they were from Microsoft and asked for computer hard drive serial numbers.
The investigation continues in the theft of two handguns from a vehicle parked in the 600 block of Daisy Street Monday night.
Theft of 46 subtex tablets from an apartment at 411 E. Locust St. last week is under investigation.
Officers arrested a Clearfield man for simple assault and harassment after he assaulted his girlfriend at 208 Clearfield St.

Lawrence Township
Police checked the welfare of a child whose parent was possibly under the influence of alcohol.
Someone reported a traffic complaint on Fire Tower Road and Clark Street.
Criminal mischief occurred when someone loosened lug nuts on a wheel of a vehicle parked on Leonard Street.
A tan Chevy Silverado reportedly struck a vehicle in the parking lot at a South Second Street business.
A report of suspicious individuals at a Clearfield-Shawville Highway business was unfounded.
Careless driving was reported in the Washington Avenue area, but the vehicle left before officers could respond.
Officers checked the welfare of an individual in the Mount Joy and Buckhorn roads area and found they were OK.
Assistance was given to two motorists.
Possible driving under the influence was reported in Hyde.
Police responded to state Route 879 to assist a motorist.

State police at DuBois
In an incident of burglary, someone entered a Fire Tower Road camp in Huston Township between March 14-16 and removed a water tank, electrical wires, numerous tools, Lone Wolf stand and Case knives.

DuBois City
On Monday, a DuBois man allegedly threatened a DuBois Public Library staff member who refused to type for him, but the staff member didn't wish to press charges.
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident Monday in which a DuBois man's vehicle was stopped in traffic on South Brady Street and the back of it was struck by a Rossiter woman's vehicle.
A domestic disturbance occurred in the 100 block of Robinson Street Monday between an elderly man, his wife and their son. The man allegedly became upset when his son didn't get a newspaper. Officers were able to calm the man down; he turned his hearing aids off so he couldn't hear anyone and went to bed.
Yesterday, a Johsonburg man who was wanted by Elk County Sheriff's Department was taken into custody in the 500 block of Sunflower Drive. Deputies took custody of him from police.
The investigation continues after a 1999 Toyota Sienna was struck by an unknown vehicle while it was parked in the 100 block of West Scribner Avenue yesterday.
Two individuals were found sleeping in a vehicle in the 100 block of East Weber Avenue.
Upon investigation, one of the individuals, a Johnsonburg man, was found to have warrants for his arrest in Elk County. He was taken into custody and transported to state police at Ridgway.

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