Police Report: Sandy Township
- A false alarm occurred Friday at a Hungry Hollow Road residence
- On Friday, a 71-year-old Brockway man reported that he allowed a 26-year-old Brookville woman to borrow his car for one day. She had not returned it after three weeks. He located the vehicle in the Wal-Mart parking lot, and it had been damaged. Video surveillance shows a known woman smashing out the window after being locked out of the vehicle. Charges are to be filed.
- A 55-year-old Treasure Lake man reported Friday that his ex-wife was receiving harassing text messages about him. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
- A vehicle driven by a 22-year-old Grampian woman was traveling in the turning lane on East DuBois Avenue on Friday when a vehicle driven by a 26-year-old DuBois man pulled into her path. The two vehicles subsequently collided. Minor damage occurred to both vehicles; no injuries were reported.
- A 47-year-old Brookville man reported Friday that while he was pulling out of Falls Creek Sheetz, another vehicle struck his and then fled the scene. The suspect vehicle broke out the passenger’s side window and severely damaged its door.
- On Saturday, Wal-Mart employees observed two, 17-year-old girls opening packages, putting items in their purses and attempting to remove them without paying. Charges of retail theft are being filed.
- A false alarm occurred Sunday at the Italian Oven.
- While following up Sunday on an incident that had previously occurred at Wal-Mart, police were advised that the suspects also had removed an X-Box access device and an X8 Wet Adaptor. The items have a total value of $195. Charges are to be filed.
- Charges have been filed against a 26-year-old Brookville woman for violating a no trespass order by entering Wal-Mart.
- A false alarm occurred Sunday at a Treasure Lake residence.
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