Police Report: LTPD

  • Police reported that vandalism has been occurring at the Glen Richey Fireman’s Pavilion.  Police will be providing extra patrols in area.
  • Police are investigating a report of scattered garbage on Nelson Road. 
  • A report was received regarding a scam that involved a resident receiving a letter in the mail saying they won money.  To claim the money the person was to send a money gram for $3,750 to an address in the United Kingdom.
  • Police received a report of harassment from a resident in Lawrence Park Village.
  • Police received a report of harassment by communication.
  • Charges are pending following an incident of retail theft at Walmart.
  • Police spoke to three boys about bicycle safety after they were riding their bikes in traffic.
  • Police assisted another agency by checking the welfare of a distraught person.
  • Police responded to a minor accident that occurred at 100 Lowes Drive.  A vehicle that was driven by a St. Marys woman, and a vehicle driven by a Frenchville woman, collided while they were exiting their parking places.  Neither driver was hurt and both vehicles were driven from the scene.
  • Police received a report of a stolen cell phone.  The caller was from out of the area and did not realize the incident had taken place in the borough, to which they were referred.
  • Police received a report of a disabled vehicle on state Route 879.  The vehicle was moved from the road and a tow truck was called.
  • Police responded to an alarm at a local business.  They were cancelled on their way once it was realized the alarm was accidentally tripped.
  • Police responded to an animal call in which a small dog had gotten loose and was in traffic.  The dog returned to its yard with some assistance and the owner was notified.
  • Police responded to the Oshanter area for a report of fireworks disturbing residents.  The people who were setting the fireworks off agreed to stop for the evening.
  • Police were called to discuss child custody issues.
  • Police received a report of a traffic violation on Krebs highway.  The vehicle was gone prior to police arriving.
  • Police were called to McPherson Street and Washington Avenue for a two-vehicle non-reportable accident.
  • Police were called to check the welfare of a man on Rails to Trails.  The man’s vehicle had been parked for a couple of days.  They learned that the man was transported to the Clearfield Hospital the day before for health related issues.
  • Police were called to the Clearfield Mall for a report of a child putting a vehicle into gear and going back and forth in its parking space.  The parents of the child were advised of the actions.
  • Police handled a report of harassment on Park Avenue Extension.
  • Police responded to the area of state Route 879 and US Route 322 for a report of a silver vehicle that was driving erratically.  The vehicle was gone before police arrived.
  • Police responded to Scribbers Road for a report of fireworks being set off.  Police spoke to several people in the area who reported a blue Cavalier speeding from the area.
  • Police responded to a disabled vehicle on Martin Street.
  • Police responded to a verbal domestic dispute over money on East Fourteenth Street. 
  • Police responded to the Hog Back area for a report of an intoxicated person.  They learned that the people involved were involved in an accident.  One person was taken to the Clearfield Hospital for treatment.
  • Police received a complaint of a suspicious person on Lewis Road that happened sometime overnight.
  • Police received a complaint from the Comfort Inn that involved a person having problems with his reservation.  The person talked to police about the trouble he was having with the employees of the hotel.
  • A report was received regarding a large brown bear on Bowman’s Hill Road.
  • Police received a report of suspicious activity on Lewis Road in Glen Richey.
  • Police assisted Clearfield Borough police in apprehending a man who had outstanding warrants.
  • Police received a report of someone possibly trespassing on Carbon Mine Road.  They checked the area but could not find anyone.
  • Police secured the door to an outbuilding at the Clearfield Country Club.
Police Report:PSP Clearfield
Police Report: CBPD

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