State police at Philipsburg
- An incident of disorderly conduct occurred Oct. 31 on North Second Street in Philipsburg Borough. During the incident, a 39-year-old Philipsburg man was allegedly standing outside of a residence and causing a public disturbance. The man was cited for disorderly conduct, state police said.
State police at Ridgway
- An incident of criminal mischief occurred Thursday on Main Street in Fox Township. During the incident, someone allegedly caused damage to a rear window of a Chevrolet Trail Blazer by smashing it out. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the state police at Ridgway at 814-776-6136.
- Police received a report about an alleged incident of harassment on Reed Street. Further, police handled the incident at the scene.
- Police received a report about an alleged disturbance at a Margaretta Street residence. Upon investigation police found it was verbal in nature and that one person had left the residence.
- Police received a report about a suspicious vehicle on Third Street. The vehicle was gone prior to police arrival at the scene.
- Police responded to a vehicle lockout on North Third Street.
- Police made contact with a female who had active warrants through the Pennsylvania State Police and Curwensville Borough police. Those agencies were notified about the police contact.
- Police received a report about an alleged dispute among family members on Turnpike Avenue.
- Police received a report about an alleged theft incident. However, it was noted by police that the caller then reported finding the money, which wasn’t stolen.
- Police received a report about an alleged incident of harassment by communications from an employee at a local business.
- Police received a report about suspicious activity along the Clearfield – Curwensville Highway.
- Police received a report about an alleged incident of harassment by communications.
- Police received a report about an alleged phone scam from a Deacon Road resident. The caller, police said, presented himself as a Microsoft employee who wanted access to the resident’s computer. Police confirmed this call was a phone scam.
- Police received a report about a suspicious vehicle.
- On Wednesday, police received a report about an alleged incident of burglary in the 100 block of West Long Avenue. The victim told police that someone entered their residence and removed cash and medications. The incident, police said, remains under investigation at this time.
- On Wednesday, police received a report about an alleged incident of criminal mischief in the 500 block of Maple Avenue. The victim told police that she and another female had engaged in an argument. As a result, she stated that the female slammed the door to her residence, which damaged a part of it. The incident, police said, remains under investigation with charges currently pending.
- On Thursday, police received a report about an alleged theft from a motor vehicle in the 700 block of South Main Street. The victim told police that a known female took a license plate from her vehicle and refused to give it back. The incident, police said, remains under investigation with charges currently pending.
- On Thursday, police received a report about two males who were engaged in a fight in the 800 block of DuBois Street. Upon arrival police allegedly found one male to be intoxicated, as he attempted to pick fights with other people at the apartment building. Further, the male allegedly confronted someone and was punched in the face. No injuries were reported, police said, noting no one wanted to pursue charges. Both males were separated and returned to their apartments.
- A 36-year-old Brockway woman was traveling on Shaffer Road Wednesday when she reportedly failed to observe the vehicle in front of her slowing at the railroad tracks and rear-ended it. While investigating the accident, police detected the odor of alcohol coming from the woman. After failing field sobriety testing, the woman was transported to Penn Highlands for a legal blood draw. Charges, police said, are currently pending at this time.
- On Thursday, a 74-year-old DuBois man reported that a person who presented themselves as from the IRS called and used intimidation to try to get personal information. Police would like to remind residents to be on alert for phone calls from unknown individuals attempting to acquire personal and financial information. Police stated that these calls seem to be increasing and reputable agencies will not attempt to get information or money over the phone.
- Police received a report about an alleged break-in Thursday on Arminta Street. Upon arrival police found a glass door completely smashed out and severely damaged. Police cleared the residence and upon examining the door found deer hair stuck in the frame.
- On Thursday, a vehicle driven by a 54-year-old DuBois woman failed to stop in time to avoid hitting a vehicle driven by a 44-year-old Sykesville woman that was stopped waiting to turn. No injuries and minor damage were reported, police said.