Police Report: LTPD

  • Police received a report of a fire alarm that occurred at Fun Central.  The alarm was accidentally set off by an employee.
  • Police received a report of harassment by communication from a Township resident.  The caller had the wrong number and was advised not to call the resident again.
  • Police received a report to check the welfare of a female individual on South Second Street.  Police spoke with the individual who was found to be okay.
  • Police received a report off a parking complaint from Walmart.
  • Police received a report of a theft from a resident on South Second Street.  Unknown suspect(s) removed an XM Satellite radio from a vehicle.
  • Police responded to Big Lots for a report of found property.  The purse that was left had already been picked up by the owner.
  • Police responded to hazardous road conditions on Lick Run Road.  Officers placed flares down on the roadway to warn motorists that two trees had been blown over in the storm.
  • Police responded to a trespassing on Flegal Road.  Officers sorted out the situation at the residence.
  • Police responded to four wheelers on the roadway on Martin Street Extension.  The four wheelers were gone prior to police arrival.
  • Police responded to an alarm at a local bank.  Officers determined the alarm was triggered by mistake.
  • Police arrested a male on Riverview Road for possible driving under the influence.
  • Police responded to the mall for a possible burglary.  The incident was unfounded.
  • Police assisted a disabled tractor trailer at the Hyde light.
  • Police responded to Lawrence Park Village for an individual who who sustained self inflicted injuries.  Police stood by until Clearfield Emergency Medical Services transported the indiviudal to the hospital.
  • Police responded to Lawrence Park Village for a disturbance.  Upon arrival a highly intoxicated female was screaming, yelling, and creating a disturbance.  She was adviswed numerous times to stop and refused.  The female was taken into custody, placed in the Clearfield County Jail, and charged with public drunkenness after she followed officers outside,  screaming that they were talking behind her back.  Related to the same incident a male was transported to the Clearfield Hospital for psychological evaluation.
  • Police have recovered a wallet.  The wallet was found in the Amerigas parking lot.  The wallet contains a military dependent’s ID card.  The wallet can be claimed at the Lawrence Township Police Station.
  • Police recieved a report of a suspicious vehicle parked at the Riverview Road church.  Officers called the individual who made the complaint back and explained that this vehicle was involved in a possible DUI last evening.
  • Police received a report of a resident’s goats that escaped from Martin Street.  The goats were later found. 
  • Police received a report of criminal mischief from a Mount Joy Road  resident.  The investigation continues.
  • Police responded to Walmart Supercenter for a report of a dog locked inside a car.  The owner returned to the vehicle and left with his dog prior to police arrival.
  • Police received a noise complaint on High-Level Road about possible people in the woods.  Police let the resident know that there was a car show at the elementary school until 3 p.m.
  • Police released one female individual from the Clearfield County Jail whom was housed there over the weekend for public drunkenness. 
  • Police were called for an incident of harassment and child custody issues.
  • Police were called to Fire Tower Road and Krebs Highway for a traffic complaint of reckless driving.
  • Police received a call to respond to Coal Hill Armory for a car alarm that was going off.  Officers attempted to make contact with a key holder as there was nothing they could do about the alarm.
  • Police assisted Clearfield Borough with a verbal domestic dispute.
  • Police were called for another incident of harassment.
  • Police received a second complaint for a traffic violation at the Clearfield Burger King on state Route 0879.
  • Police were called to state Route 0879 for an animal call involving a deer struck by a vehicle.  Officers had to put the animal down.
  • Police were called to Lawhead Street for a psychological emergency.  Officers listed the incident as unfounded.
  • Police received a call for damaged property.  Officers spoke with the other party and they agreed to take care of the problem.
  • Police were called to Williams Road for a possible forest fire.  Officers and fire personnel checked the area but could not locate one and cleared without incident.
  • Police were called to Boyce Street for a tree into a house.  There were three trees down, however, they all missed the residence and were not on the roadway.
  • Police responded to a possible burlgary in progress on Martin Street Extension. Upon arrival police checked the house and the outside surrounding area and were unable to locate anything.  The call could have been storm related.
  • Police responded to a report of a fight at the Days Inn.  Responding officers were advised that there were multiple fights occurring.  As a result, a male and female were arrested while others involved fled the scene prior to  police arrival.
  • Police received a second call to Boyce Street for a down tree.
  • Police were called to Counry Club for an injured skunk.  The incident was referred to the game commision.
  • Police received a call from a resident in Glen Richey refering to damage done to a geo seismic unit while the resident was mowing. 
  • Police responded to a single vehicle accident on Clearfield Shawville Highway.  The driver lost control of his truck, and the vehicle rolled.  Emergency Medical Service personnel evaluated the driver and he was driven to the Clearfield Emergency Room by his family.
  • Police responded to a check welfare call at the Centre Elementary School.  Local boys were playing on the sewer pipes.
  • Police received a complaint that an individual drove thorugh the front yard of a residence on Turnpike Avenue causing damage to the property.
  • Police received a report of children playing on the roadway.  The children were advised to go somewhere else to play.
  • Police received a report of people in the Hillsdale Community Park after hours.  They were told to leave as the park is closed from dusk to dawn.
  • Police received a complaint of an individual who will not return a cell phone that was given to her under a verbal agreement.
  • Police responded to a report of a suspicous male standing along state Route 879.  Responding officers checked the area and surrounding businesses but could not locate the male.
  • Police located an open door to a township building. Police searched the building and secured the door.
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