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Daily Police Log
Friday, April 25, 2014

State police at Clearfield
On April 16, police observed a vehicle with expired registration and initiated a traffic stop near Bear Hill Road and Gross Road in Bradford Township. The driver, Jacob Maines of Woodland, was under the influence of alcohol.

Clearfield Boro
A woman's watch found in a parking lot at East Locust and North Third streets was turned in to police.
Complaints have been received regarding dog owners not cleaning up after their pets, which could lead to fines of up to $300.
Theft occurred in the 100 block of South Second Street in which a computer notebook was stolen from a vehicle parked at a local business.

Lawrence Township
A hit-and-run accident was reported on Industrial Park Drive.
Police received a report of a minor accident at Sapp Bros.
Someone reported a vehicle fire on Appalachian Drive.
The investigation continues in an incident of theft from a motor vehicle in the Mount Joy Road area.
Officers made contact with those involved in a possible domestic incident on Village Road and determined it was unfounded.
Theft was reported in the Mount Joy Road area.
Officers assisted the state Department of Parole at Lawrence Park Village, where a male parolee was under the influence and found to be in possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. He was housed in Clearfield County Jail on a 48-hour detainer.
Suspicious individuals were reported at an Old Town Road business.

Morris-Cooper Regional
The fire truck driver who purchased items at Kwik-Fill Auto/Truck Plaza left without paying for fuel. Police checked the vehicle registration given, found the driver was from New Brunswick, Canada, and called the company, which paid by phone for the fuel purchase.
The investigation continues after a Morrisdale resident reported a chain saw, cooler and 54 cans of beer were taken from a camp. The person who took the chain saw brought it back with a note of apology.
A Clearfield resident who reported a child custody incident was advised to contact their attorney.

State police at Philipsburg
Pennsylvania State Police, North Central Strike Force Unit members executed a search warrant at 707 Elmwood St., Lamont, Wednesday. Following an undercover narcotics investigation, Sean H. Raines and Malorie A. Lane were found to be distributing controlled substances. During the search, cocaine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and approximately $4,000 in currency were recovered. They were both charged with various narcotics violations and placed in Centre County Jail to await further court proceedings.
The investigation continues after police responded to 454 Miller Road, Rush Township, today at 12:04 a.m. for a reported altercation related to the welfare of a child.

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