Police Report: Clearfield Borough
- An active alarm was triggered by a delivery person at a local business.
- Police received additional forged and bad checks against Eric Decker Jr., 40, of Clearfield. Charges will be filed with the magistrate.
- A vehicle was reportedly blocking a driveway; however, the complaint was unfounded.
- Police assisted Clearfield/ Jefferson Mental Health/Mental Retardation with serving a warrant. The person turned himself into the Clearfield Hospital.
- Police severed a warrant on a 32-year-old woman who was located by the Sheriff’s Department at a residence on U.S. Route 322. The woman was taken before the district magistrate. She contacted family and they paid her fines.
- Police checked the welfare of a male who allegedly threatened to harm himself. The male was found to be OK and with family.
- Police received information about a missing Pomeranian dog on Elk Avenue. The dog is wearing tags and a blue harness.
- The Clearfield Fire Department and police responded to the West Side United Methodist Church for people who were trapped in the elevator. Upon arrival, the individuals were able to free themselves. The elevator malfunctioned and caused the doors to close.
- A parking complaint occurred at 308 East Market St. and a ticket was issued.
- A truck allegedly struck a telephone pole at the corner of Turnpike Avenue and Clearfield Street and then fled the scene. The telephone pole sustained minor damage.
- A verbal fight occurred at Mary’s Place and involved two Clearfield men. Police spoke to a 42-year-old Clearfield man who stated the fight was only verbal in nature. Police did not speak to the second man, as he’d left the scene prior to their arrival.
- Police assisted the Clearfield Fire Department with a kitchen fire at 124 N. Third St.
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