- A woman reported Friday that her 70-year-old father was making comments about hurting himself. Police met with the man who stated he didn’t mean the comments and didn’t intend to harm himself. He was transported to the DuBois Regional Medical Center for a precautionary evaluation.
- On Friday a Maple Avenue resident reported hearing an accident outside of his home. When he went to check, he discovered a deer had been struck and the motorist had left the scene.
- A 26-year-old Grampian woman reported Friday that while she was at the DuBois Mall, someone got into her boyfriend’s car and stole cash, her identification and prescription medication from out of her purse.
- A false alarm occurred Friday at a Treasure Lake residence.
- A false alarm occurred Saturday at an Eastern Avenue residence.
- Two, 14-year-old Treasure Lake boys were observed Saturday by Wal-Mart employees when they were attempting to take merchandise without paying for it. The boys’ parents were notified and they were released.
- A 20-year-old Ohio man was cited for retail theft Saturday after he was seen by Wal-Mart employees attempting to take $95.31 worth of merchandise without paying for it.
- On Sunday a DuBois woman reported receiving a card that stated she won a $100 Wal-Mart card. She was directed to call the provided phone number to give her credit card number for processing. The correspondence, police said, is a scam, and they advise residents not to provide personal information, such as credit card, social security or bank account numbers, to anyone who is claiming you won a prize that you were not registered for.
- A woman reported Sunday that while walking through the parking lot at the Commons, she saw a man yelling at a small child. She approached the man and he left the scene. She followed the man to the DuBois Mall. The man was gone upon police arrival.
- A 48-year-old DuBois man reported Sunday that someone took a sign for his contracting company that was located at the intersection of Shaffer Road and Beaver Drive.
- A false alarm occurred Sunday at JC Penney.
- On Sunday a 25-year-old New York man turned off the Bee Line Highway onto the Interstate 80 ramp in front of a vehicle driven by a 62-year-old DuBois man, causing the two to collide. The DuBois man, his wife and granddaughter sustained minor injuries, and their vehicle was towed from the scene.