Police Report: Sandy Township

  • A Brockway man reported Friday that someone unlawfully entered his cabin on Beers Road and removed a gun.  The investigation is continuing.
  • A 42-year-old Circle Road woman was observed Friday by Wal-Mart employees putting items in a motorized cart and leaving the store without paying for them. The woman left before employees could detain her.  She later returned to the store and removed a coffee pot valued at $157.94.
  • A 21-year-old Brockport man reported Friday that a 47-year-old Chester Springs man tried to run him off the road at the Falls Creek Sheetz and the state Route 219 intersection. The Brockport man yelled at the vehicle to slow down. During the exchange, the Chester Springs man held up a gun.  The 21-year-old followed him at a distance to the DuBois Mall, where police arrived and handled the situation. Charges are being filed.
  • A wallet was found Friday near the Falls Creek Sheetz.
  • Police investigated a 911 hang-up call Friday at a Hungry Hollow Road residence.  The call was accidental.
  • A 42-year-old Circle Drive woman was observed Saturday removing $101.77 worth of food from Wal-Mart. She had been observed twice the previous day on surveillance video when she was taking items from the store without paying for them.  Charges will be filed.
  • A 48-year-old DuBois woman reported Saturday that while she was ringing the bell for the Salvation Army at Save a Lot, an unknown woman came up to her and started screaming derogatory remarks at her.  The offending woman was gone upon officers arrival.
  • A 59-year-old Fayetteville man struck a stop sign Saturday at the guard house while leaving Treasure Lake.  Treasure Lake Security had the man wait in the guard house until police arrived.  The man admitted he had been drinking and failed several field sobriety tests.  Charges are currently pending.
  • A man was allegedly acting disorderly in the Falls Creek Sheetz.  The man was seen staring at the floor for approximately 15 minutes and then he dropped to the floor and started screaming.  Employees asked the man to leave the store, which he did, and while in the parking lot, he allegedly started screaming again.  The man left the area in a gold-colored Impala prior to police arrival.  
  • A DuBois man was arrested Sunday after being observed by Wal-Mart employees attempting to remove an HP power adaptor valued at $69 without paying for it.
Police Report: Lawrence Township
Police Report: Lawrence Township

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