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Thursday, July 24, 2014
Lawrence Township
Officers assisted Clearfield Borough police with a disorderly man at Penn Highlands Clearfield.
Someone reported a man was panhandling along Clearfield-Shawville Highway.
Two separate incidents of harassment by communication were reported.
Police received a report of a missing bicycle.
Officers responded to a psychological emergency along South Second Street.
Suspicious activity was reported near a South Second Street business, but police were unable to locate anyone.
Sandy Township
The investigation continues after a Treasure Lake man reported damage to the yard at his Bay Road residence Monday.
He woke up when he heard a noise outside his house and saw a black Cadillac off the road in his yard. The vehicle was removed.
Officers responded to a verbal domestic dispute between a man and woman along Tozier Avenue Monday.
The investigation continues after a Treasure Lake woman reported a known 18-year-old man followed her and her boyfriend as they drove from the Snappy's area to Treasure Lake, tailgating and flashing the vehicle's high beams Tuesday.
When they reached the Treasure Lake Road and Chalky Lane intersection, the man passed them and stopped in front of them, while another vehicle pulled up behind them, striking their vehicle.
The woman said she called police and the vehicles left the scene.
Officers are investigating after a Highland Street Extension woman reported a man came to the window of her home and was looking in Tuesday.
She reported the man had been stalking her for some time, but this was the first time he came to her home.
No injuries were reported when a tractor-trailer driven by a Florida man struck and sheared off a light pole along the road between Ponderosa and Wendy's Tuesday.
State police at Philipsburg
On Tuesday at 5:25 p.m., Ryan Williams of Philipsburg lost control of his vehicle while negotiating a right curve on Coaldale Road, near Loch Lomond Road in Rush Township.
The vehicle slid off the south berm, where it struck several tree stumps.
Williams suffered minor injuries and his passenger, Andrew Georgino of Philipsburg, was not injured. Both were wearing seat belts.

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