Police Report: LTPD

  • Police responded to a reported trespass.  Police found that the persons had permission of the caller’s estranged husband to be on the property.
  • Police were called to assist parents with an unruly child.
  • Police investigated a minor accident that occurred at the intersection of Route 153 and the Glen Richey Highway.  A pick-up truck belonging to a local man reportedly lost its brakes and left the roadway striking a fence.  There were no injuries and the vehicle was driven from the scene.
  • Police responded to a burning complaint.  The matter was turned over to the code enforcement officers.
  • Police assisted the Clearfield Borough Police in recovering propery for a hospitalized individual.
  • Police are investigating the theft of a silver Mongoose bicycle.  The bike was taken from the Clearfield High School on the morning of June 23.  Anyone with any information is asked to contact the township police.
  • Police handled an incident of harassment by communication.  The incident stemmed from a child custody issue.  Police spoke to the parties involved and they agreed to stop the harassing calls.
  • Police are assisting an out of county Children Youth and Family Servics agency with an investigation in a reported incident of child endangerment.  Police conducted interviews and gathered information for the lead agency.  The investigation continues.
  • Police responded to a call about a suspicious person on Coal Hill Road.  The vehicle was located and pulled over.  The driver had a suspended license and later received a ride from family members.
  • Police apprehended two male juveniles for loitering around personal property.  They were released to their parents.
  • Police received a report of disorderly conduct/trespassing that is occurring on Hemlock Hollow Road.  Police will provide extra patrol to the area.
  • Police received a report of two thefts that occurred at Mountain Laurel nursing home.  The investigation continues.
  • Police received a report of access device fraud from a Plymptonville resident.  An unknown person used a resident’s credit card at a local business.  The investigation continues.
  • Police received a report of theft by deception.  A Woodland man is being charged with attempting to defraud Novey’s metal.
  • Police assisted a motorist with directions and helped them get back onto state Route 153.
  • Police were called to Palmer Street in Kerr-Addition for a property dispute.
  • Police received a report of harassment by communications by a Hyde resident. 
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