- Police received a report about a suspicious person in the area of North Third Street. The male was located and found to be on his way home.
- Police received a report about a stolen vehicle. However, police found it wasn’t stolen and to be a civil issue.
- Police received a report about found property in the 800 block of Daisy Street. Further, a propane tank, drill and television set were found at the rear of a residence.
- Police received a report about a suspicious person in the 1200 block of Daisy Street. The caller stated that he had observed tracks in the snow around his residence.
- Police received a report about alleged drug activity in the parking lot of the laundry station on William Street. Upon arrival police made contact with two men who were sitting in a van; neither man had any controlled substances in their possession. However, one man had a warrant for unpaid fines. He was taken into custody, at which time he paid the fine and was released. The van’s owner who was inside the laundry station at the time refused permission for police to search her vehicle.
- A pair of boots was stolen from the rear porch of a residence on Ogden Avenue.
- A 28-year-old Clearfield woman was arrested and incarcerated for several unpaid traffic citations. The woman was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped on East Cherry Street for a traffic violation. The woman was arrested on the warrants and taken before Magisterial District Judge Richard Ireland.
- Police received a report about a vehicle lockout at Wal-Mart. Upon arrival police unlocked the vehicle for the owner.
- Police responded to an incident to check the welfare of an individual. Upon arrival to the scene, police were advised it was an incident of harassment. Police filed a citation for harassment as a result of the incident.
- Police responded to a noise complaint on Hill Street. However, the incident was listed as unfounded.
- Police responded to the 1800 block of Turnpike Avenue Extension, where a male had called 9-1-1 and advised he was cold. Upon arrival police located the male inside his vehicle; he was transported to a Curwensville residence.