- A Harold Bundy Road man reported Monday that someone took his chain saw when he left it on his property to remove a load of logs. He later reported it had been returned.
- An employee of AT&T in the DuBois Mall reported Monday that a known 46-year-old woman was coming into the store and harassing her, as well as making harassing phone calls.
- A 41-year-old Maple Avenue man reported Monday that he sold an item on Craig’s List and when he received the payment it was in the form of a check in excess of the amount. It included a letter, stating the man was to cash the check, keep the payment and send the rest to an unknown person in Maryland. The man recognized it as a scam and immediately reported it to police.
- A false alarm occurred Monday at Sears.
- A South Main Street resident reported Monday that someone damaged her vehicle by scratching the paint on the entire vehicle while it was parked at her residence.
- On Monday Wal-Mart employees turned over a security video of two Caucasian women and one African-American woman who were filling two carts with assorted food and home décor and then leaving the store without paying for them. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
- A Lewis Run man reported Monday that while visiting in Treasure Lake over the Labor Day weekend, they were involved in an accident on Coral Reef Road.
- A Home Camp Road resident reported Monday that someone took a John Deer rototiller from his property.
- A 62-year-old DuBois man was traveling Tuesday on state Route 219 near Slab Run Road when a tire blew on his motorcycle, causing him to lose control and crash. Minor injuries were reported, and the motorcycle was towed from the scene.