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WEEKEND POLICE LOG
Monday, June 16, 2014
State police at Clearfield
In an incident of disorderly conduct, a New Jersey woman parked her vehicle on Interstate 80 near mile marker 124 in Bradford Township and refused to leave when ordered to do so. Police asked the woman to move her vehicle several times, and she locked herself in and refused to open her door. The vehicle caused a hazardous condition due to its location.
The woman was cited for disorderly conduct and was placed in Clearfield County Jail until she could have a mental health evaluation.
Clearfield Boro
Police responded to fight reported near the Clearfield Fair Grounds. Police responded and spoke to the alleged actors involved.
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Officers responded to Leavy Avenue for a reported theft.
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Police were called to Clearfield Street for a child that was to riding a bike in a reckless manner. Police located the child and spoke to him about bicycle safety.
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Police responded to a domestic incident along Walnut Street. Police arrived and found nothing physical had taken place and that there was an argument over a relationship.
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A trespassing incident reported from a Pennsylvania Avenue resident was handled by police.
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An incident of harassment via communication was reported.
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Police received a report of underage individuals consuming alcohol and report the complaint was unfounded.
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A theft complaint is being investigated. Officers report a male had set his bag down prior to entering a local store. Upon coming out, his bag was gone. Police will review video surveillance in the area for possible leads.
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Police handled a vehicle lockout along Leavy Avenue.
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Officers received a parking complaint in East End.
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Police received a report of a missing juvenile. The girl returned shortly after.
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Police received a report of criminal mischief at a Water Street address.
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A report of a barking dog in the area of Cemetery Road and East Pine Street was unfounded.
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Police received a report of a possible suspicious male in the area of School Avenue. The male was not located.
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Police came across a suspicious person along Park Avenue.
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Police handled a property dispute along East Fifth Street.
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A man was arrested after a domestic dispute along Daisy Street. The man and a woman became involved in an altercation where the man allegedly grabbed the woman by the neck, leaving bruises. The woman was taken to the Penn Highlands Clearfield for treatment.
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Police responded to Clearfield Street for a reported domestic. It was found that the domestic was verbal and not physical. The man agreed to leave for the night and stay with a friend.

Lawrence Township
No injuries were reported in a minor accident on River Road.
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A report of an activated business alarm was unfounded.
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Police responded to a 911 hang up call at an area business and found everything was OK.
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Assistance was given to a motorist whose vehicle ran out of gas near state Route 879 and I-80.
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Officers responded to an SR 879 business after a customer left his children unattended. Police found there was a mix up and the children had adult supervision.
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A man was taken into custody after police responded to an incident of loitering and prowling at night. Charges were filed.
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Police responded to the Hyde area for a report of a missing juvenile.
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Someone reported a traffic hazard on Clearfield-Curwensville Highway near Rite Aid.
State police at Punxsy
Police located a Rossiter woman's vehicle that she reported stolen on June 7. The vehicle was found Friday with crash damage on a remote dirt road off of Solley Road in Burnside Township. The investigation continues, and anyone with information should contact the state police at 938-0510.
DuBois City
A two-vehicle accident occurred Friday at the intersection of Liberty Boulevard and Hoover Avenue in which a vehicle struck the back of another vehicle. One person suffered minor injuries, and one of the vehicles was towed from the scene.
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No charges were filed after a domestic disturbance was reported Friday between a woman and her daughters on the 700 block of West Long Avenue. The individuals went their separate ways.
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The investigation continues into the theft of a cell phone from a vehicle that was parked near the intersection of DuBois Street and North Main Street.
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A DuBois woman was arrested for criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness Friday on the 100 block of North. Jared Street. The woman was taken into custody after being warned by officers during a previous incident at the same location.
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In a hit-and-run accident, a dark-colored van struck a Ford Taurus Friday in the Sheetz parking lot on the corner of Park Avenue and Brady Street. The van was last seen traveling north on Liberty Blvd. A blond-haired female was seen in the passenger side of the van.
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Officers responded to an activated alarm at SAM Inc. Saturday on Beaver Drive and found the building was secure.
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Police dispersed a large crowd who were arguing in a parking lot Saturday on the 200 block of West Long Avenue. No arrests were made.
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A 38-year-old DuBois man was arrested for assault Saturday after he allegedly struck his girlfriend with a coat hanger several times. He was taken into custody and placed in Clearfield County Jail.
Morris-Cooper Regional
On the evening of June 5 a Munson resident reported a burglary, stating unknown individuals pried open the rear door of the residence while the owners were away. The owners found nothing missing at the time. Police are asking anyone who has information on this incident to call 765-1533.
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On June 5 police responded to the 6300 block of the Kylertown- Drifting Highway for a motor vehicle accident. A Morrisdale resident was traveling north when the vehicle went off the roadway colliding with a tree head on then spun around coming to rest in the north bound lane facing south. Police arrested the driver for operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The investigation is continuing. Police were assisted by the Grassflat Fire Co.
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Friday a Drifting resident contacted police for an unwanted, intoxicated individual on their property refusing to leave. When police arrived the individual had already left the residence.
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Police were called for a motor vehicle accident with unknown injuries on Rolling Stone Road. A Lanse resident was traveling from Drain Lick Road to Kylertown when they failed to negotiate a curve, crossing over into the opposing lane of travel and hitting the embankment head on. The rear end of the vehicle became airborne, flipping onto the passenger side. The driver was arrested for driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages and transported to Penn Highlands Clearfield by Moshannon Valley Emergency Medical Services. Police were assisted by the Grassflat and Winburne fire companies.
State police at Philipsburg
Between 11:20 p.m. Saturday and 2 a.m. Sunday, someone took a blue 1998 Chevrolet Blazer belonging to Eric McClusick of Philipsburg from where it was parked in his backyard at 208 Logan Street. It was found crashed into a large oak tree in front of 288 Coaldale Road around 2 a.m. Sunday, but wasn't reported until approximately 6:30 a.m. Sunday. The actor walked away from the scene and is described as "tall and skinny." Anyone with information is asked to call police at 342-3370.
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At 12:19 a.m. yesterday, Janet Oswalt of Philipsburg engaged in a verbal argument with a neighbor on East Locust Street. Oswalt then threw bricks and stones into a neighbor's yard while also using profane language in public and in front of small children. She was cited for two counts of disorderly conduct.
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Police have been able to identify one of the actors in the smash and grab burglary of the Philipsburg Minit-Mart on Saturday around 4 a.m. Through the use of video surveillance; Brandon Wilkinson of Hawk Run was identified. He was charged with burglary and related offenses, and was lodged in the Centre County Prison in Bellefonte pending arraignment. The investigation is continuing.


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