Police Report: STPD
June 22, 2012
A Lincoln Driveresident reported that someone knocked over his mailbox, causing $50 worth of damage.
Employees of Sears reported a female with blond hair, in her 40’s or 50’s was seen putting items into her bag then left the store. Employees were able to get a vehicle registration and officers located the woman at her home. Investigation continues.
A 56 year old Wayne Road resident reported being harassed by a known 50 year old woman via text message. The 50 year old denied the harassment. Officers handled the situation without incident.
A woman reported she hit a bear onOklahoma Salem Road. She did not report any damage or injuries.
A False alarm was reported at TJ Maxx.
June 23, 2012
Officers responded to a domestic dispute at a Juniata Street residence. The 46 year old husband and his 44 year old wife got into an argument over a suspected affair. Officers handled the situation without incident.
A 23 year oldGreen Glenn Roadman and his 22 year old passenger were traveling on Bay Road in Treasure Lake when he lost control of the vehicle and hit an electrical pole, shearing it off. The two then fled the scene on foot. Police later located the pair at their home. The driver passed field sobriety tests but will be cited for public drunkenness. They were taken by private vehicle to DRMC for evaluation and treatment of minor injuries.
A 23 year old and 32 year oldNew Jerseymen were seen by a resident taking four orange cones valued at $200 from the accident scene in Treasure Lake. Charges have been filed.
Three vehicles were involved in an accident on Home Camp Road. A 30 year old Rockton woman was stopped to make a turn and a vehicle driven by a 78 year old St. Marys man was stopped behind her when a vehicle driven by a 59 year old DuBois woman failed to stop and hit the second vehicle causing it to hit the first vehicle. Severe damage to the DuBois woman vehicle was reported, and no injuries were reported.
June 24, 2012
Officers responded to the Clarion Inn for a disturbance between two men. The situation was handled without incident.
A Peterson Road woman reported a prowler outside her house. Officers searched the area but could not locate the suspected prowler.
False alarms were reported at Sears and Burger King.
A 34 year old Treasure Lake woman reported that her house was egged, and suspected it was a known 43 year old DuBois woman.
A 46 year old Reynoldsville man hit a bear and 3 cubs on SR 322 near the Thunderbird Restaurant. Minor damage to his vehicle and he was not injured.
Officers received a report of a man laying along the side of the road near Dairy Queen. Upon investigation officers located the man, and found that he was trying to get home to Sykesville after leaving the DRMC ER where he had been taken by his girlfriend. Officers contacted the man’s sister who came and picked him up.