GantDaily Police Blotter

State police at DuBois

  • An incident of DUI occurred Tuesday on Route 219 in Penn Township. Further, a known 29-year-old Clymer woman was allegedly stopped for vehicle code violations and believed to be under the influence of controlled substances. She was placed under arrest for suspected DUI; charges are pending laboratory analysis.
  • An accident occurred Sunday on Airport Road in Washington Township. Further, a Falls Creek man was traveling west when he lost control of his vehicle on the wet roadway. His vehicle slid off the left side and struck a utility pole, shearing it off; it then overturned down an embankment before coming to a final rest on its left side. The man was wearing his seatbelt and sustained minor injuries. He fled the scene on foot but was later found at his residence. State police determined he was under the influence of alcohol and arrested him for DUI. State police were assisted by the Falls Creek Fire Department, Penelec and towing services.
  • An incident of criminal mischief occurred June 20-23 at a field off of Richardsville Road in Warsaw Township. During the incident, someone allegedly drilled several holes in all four tires on a log skidder and eight tires on a loader/processor trailer. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police at DuBois at 814-371-4652.

State police at Philipsburg

  • An incident of harassment occurred Monday on Bush Hollow Road in Union Township. Further, the victim alleged to state police that they were receiving unwanted text messages from the suspect.
  • An incident of harassment occurred June 22 on North Second Street in Philipsburg Borough. During the incident, a male and female allegedly engaged in an argument that turned physical. The female allegedly threw a jug of tea at the male, which missed him. They allegedly pushed each other before the male left. Both were cited for harassment as a result of the incident.

State police at Punxsutawney

  • An incident of burglary occurred sometime Saturday or Sunday at an Adrian Road address in Young Township. Further, the victim alleged to state police that someone cut their screen to climb through a window. Witnesses also told state police that an unknown, orange car, which was occupied by at least one male, was in the area. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police at Punxsutawney at 814-938-0510.
  • An incident of criminal mischief occurred sometime Saturday or Sunday at residences in Reynoldsville. During the incident, someone allegedly struck the victims’ mailbox and caused damage. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police at Punxsutawney at 814-938-0510.

State police at Ridgway

  • An incident of identity theft occurred sometime June 14-17 on Ridgway-Johnsonburg Road in Ridgway Township. During the incident, someone allegedly used the victim’s credit card to purchase $1,900 worth of merchandise. State police noted the items were purchased online and picked up at a store in Pittsburgh; the incident remains under investigation at this time.

Lawrence Township

  • Police received a report about an alleged phone scam.
  • Police received a report about a distraught employee who was put on leave. Further, police said the employee refused to turn in keys for the building and left the area. Another police agency assisted with retrieving the keys.
  • Police assisted a lost motorist.
  • Police have initiated an investigation into an alleged incident of reckless endangerment on Smith Street. Further, a known male allegedly shot an illegal firework at another male and his two, young children. Charges are currently pending at this time, police said.
  • Police were requested to check the welfare of a resident on Poplar Avenue.

Curwensville Borough

  • Police received a report about an alleged disturbance Tuesday on George Street. Further, police will cite a Curwensville man for disorderly conduct as a result of the incident.
  • Police received a report about trucks that were being driven too fast on Naulton Road and Filbert Street during the early morning hours. Police noted that the trucks were being driven with faulty exhaust systems.

DuBois City

  • Police were dispatched to the 100 block of Simmons Street for multiple 911 hang-up calls on Tuesday.  Further, police found the calls were accidental.
  • Police were dispatched to a North Main Street business, where a female was allegedly passed out in the bathroom on Tuesday.  Upon arrival police found a known female who was allegedly agitated and under the influence of a controlled substance. When police attempted to have the female receive a medical evaluation, she allegedly became belligerent, disorderly and combative.  She was then restrained and removed from the business to be transported to Penn Highlands.  Police said that the female will face criminal charges at a later date.
  • Police were dispatched to the 200 block of West Washington Avenue for an alleged disorderly female on Tuesday. Upon arrival police learned the female had left the area.  The victim told police the female confronted him, stating that he was trespassing.  He said that the female then began to throw his property about the yard.
  • Police were dispatched to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Division Street and Beaver Drive on Tuesday. Upon arrival police found that a vehicle driven by a Reynoldsville woman pulled into the path of another driven by an Indiana man. Police determined it was a non-reportable accident, and the drivers exchanged information. No injuries were reported and the vehicles were driven from the scene, police said.
  • Police were dispatched to an alleged domestic disturbance Tuesday on East Long Avenue. The caller told police that he was moving out of his apartment, which he shared with his girlfriend.  He told police that they’d engaged in an argument and she’d locked him out.  Upon arrival the female said she was upset because her boyfriend’s family was at the scene. Police said she left on her own while her boyfriend moved out of the residence.
  • Police were dispatched to a two-vehicle accident Tuesday on Hospital Avenue.  Upon arrival police found a vehicle driven by an 80-year-old Grampian woman struck the side of a 44-year-old DuBois man’s truck. Police determined it was a non-reportable accident, and the drivers exchanged information. No injuries were reported and both vehicles were driven from the scene, police said.
  • Police were dispatched to a hit-an-run accident involving an attended vehicle at the intersection of North Jared Street and West Scribner Avenue on Tuesday. Further, the victim told police that their vehicle was struck by a gold-colored car, which then fled the scene. Witnesses advised that the suspect vehicle had fled up Scribner Avenue and lost its front bumper at North High Street.  Police located the suspect vehicle a short time later on West Spruce Alley near Brady Street.  Its driver was identified and allegedly admitted to leaving the accident scene. Police said that the driver was allegedly found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana; his driver’s license was suspended and he was on Clearfield County Probation.  His probation officer was contacted by police and he was transported to the Clearfield County Jail.  Charges will be filed as a result of the incident at a later date, police said.

 

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