- A 51-year-old Treasure Lake woman was waiting in the turning lane Friday on the Bee Line Highway when a vehicle driven by a 19-year-old Brookville man merged into the lane and struck the back of her vehicle. Minor damage and no injuries were reported.
- While investigating a retail theft on Friday, Wal-Mart employees discovered two known woman were leaving the store with $483.37 worth of merchandise that they did not pay for. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
- On Friday, Murray Ford employees reported a dealer license plate fell off of a vehicle that was being test driven. The plate could not be found.
- A 20-year-old Mahaffey woman pulled out of Midway Drive on Friday and struck a vehicle driven by a 73-year-old Corsica man. Minor damage and no injuries were reported.
- A false alarm occurred Friday at the Do Your Own Owners Association.
- A 35-year-old Salada Road man reported Friday that his 14-year-old son had been unruly and broken things in the residence before leaving. While officers were looking for the boy, his father called to report he was home and the situation was under control.
- A 20-year-old Kersey woman lost control of her vehicle Saturday on state Route 255 near Showers Road. It traveled off the roadway and struck an embankment, before it traveled back across the roadway. There, it struck the other embankment, causing it to overturn onto its roof. All four occupants were wearing seatbelts; two sustained minor injuries.
- A 43-year-old Philadelphia man lost control of his vehicle Saturday on Blinker Parkway, causing it to travel off the roadway and hit a tree. No injuries were reported, and the vehicle was towed form the scene.
- On Saturday, Do Your Own Owners Association employees reported that it appeared someone had entered the store and attempted to use the rolling machine. It also appeared that they had gone through some drawers in the office. Nothing appeared to be missing, and there wasn’t any sign of forced entry.
- A McLane Avenue resident reported Saturday that someone smashed their mailbox.
- A 37-year-old DuBois woman lost control of the vehicle that she was driving Saturday in the area of Sykes Street Extension and West Liberty Road. It subsequently overturned and came to rest on its passenger’s side off of the roadway. She was ejected from the vehicle; however, she was walking around upon police arrival. The woman was transported to the DuBois Regional Medical Center for treatment of injuries sustained and for legal blood draw. Her passenger wasn’t injured. Charges are pending.
- A false alarm occurred Sunday at Ross.
- A false alarm occurred Sunday at a Treasure Lake residence.
- A Treasure Lake resident reported Sunday that someone drove in her yard, causing damage to the landscaping.
- A 17-year-old contacted police because his mother and her boyfriend would not allow him in their Treasure Lake residence on Sunday. Upon speaking to all the parties, it was determined the 17-year-old hadn’t arrived by his curfew so they were teaching him a lesson. Officers handled the situation without incident.