State police at Clearfield
- An incident of harassment occurred on Main Street in Bradford Township. During the incident, a 25-year-old Woodland man struck the victim in the head.
- Police responded to a noise complaint along East Pine Street. The incident was unfounded.
- Police checked the welfare of an individual. Everything was found to be OK.
- Police responded to an active alarm. Everything was found to be Ok.
- Police received a report about an incident of theft from a motor vehicle on South Second Street.
- Police assisted another agency with attempting to serve a warrant.
- Police received a report about an incident of harassment at the Clearfield Area High School.
- Police responded to a possible fight on South Second Street.
- Police received a report about a disabled vehicle on the Rockton Mountain Highway. However, it was gone prior to police arrival.
- Police received a report about an incident of harassment by communications in the area of Flegal Road.
- Police received a report about careless driving in the area of Hill Street.
- Police received a report about suspicious persons in the area of Mount Joy Road.
- On Wednesday, a school police officer advised of a fight that occurred at the DuBois Area Middle School. The SPO further advised it wasn’t a mutual fight and they called due to the Safe School Act. Police advised the SPO to file a private complaint.
- On Wednesday, a suspicious vehicle was reported in the 100 block of East Washington Avenue. Further, a black Sedan was parked in the alley next to the DuBois Emergency Medical Services building; two males were inside the vehicle. However, the vehicle was gone prior to police arrival.
- On Wednesday, police responded to the intersection of Brady Street and Long Avenue for a male who was lying on the sidewalk. Upon arrival police found an elderly man who had fallen and injured his jaw. DuBois EMS arrived and transported the male to the DuBois Regional Medical Center – West.
- While on patrol Wednesday, police observed a vehicle in the parking lot of the DuBois Country Club. When police turned around to check the vehicle, it started to leave at which point they conducted a traffic stop. After speaking with the occupants of the vehicle, police determined everything was OK.