State police at DuBois
- An incident of unauthorized use of a vehicle occurred between Saturday and Tuesday on Bloom Lane in Union Township. Further, the victim told state police that his pick-up truck was allegedly taken by a Rockton man who wasn’t allowed to drive it. State police located the man and returned the truck to the victim. Charges were filed against the man through the district court, state police said.
- Police responded to the area of West Front and Nichols streets for a welfare check. The individual was found to be OK, police said.
- Police responded to a residence along Finch Street for an alleged incident of trespassing. The complaint was unfounded, police said.
- Police responded to a parking complaint along Bell Street. Further, police issued a ticket to the owner of the vehicle.
- Police received a report about a missing juvenile. The juvenile was located with friends in Houtzdale, police said.
- Police received a report about alleged fraudulent phone calls.
- Police received a report about a juvenile who was allegedly smoking marihuana in an alleyway, which turned into harassment towards the caller. The juvenile and his father were contacted and advised to not have any contact with the caller or charges would be filed against them, police said.
- Police responded, along with fire personnel, to a fire and burglar alarm at a business along East Market Street. Upon arrival police found that a waterline had busted several floors above and flooded the business.
- Police received a complaint about an alleged incident of criminal mischief at a residence along Turnpike Avenue. During the incident, someone allegedly damaged flowers and solar lights.
- Police responded to a report about a person who was allegedly begging for money at local establishments for a bus ticket. The individual was assisted with finding an organization for her needs, police said.
- Police received five, different complaints about worthless checks from a local business. Investigations are continuing into all of the incidents with charges pending, police said.
- Police responded to an alleged domestic dispute at a residence along Reed Street. Police were able to handle the incident at the scene.
- Police responded to a report about shots being fired along South Fourth Street. The complaint was unfounded with the noise believed to be fireworks, police said.
- Police responded to an East Pine Street residence for a report about juveniles who were allegedly trying to break in. The actors were gone upon police arrival to the scene, however.
- Police responded to an East Pine Street residence for a welfare check. The individual was found to be OK, police said.
- Police responded to South Second Street for a report about someone who was blocking the roadway with cones. The cones were removed from the roadway, police said.
- Police responded to a West Front Street residence for a report about an alcohol overdose. Emergency personnel transported the victim to the hospital, police said.
- Police located open doors on two, different local establishments. Police searched the buildings with negative results and secured both after contacting key holders.
- Police responded to a welfare check at the Sheetz store near Wolf Run.
- Police received a report about a kayak floating upside down.
- Police received a report about an alleged incident of criminal mischief on Robinson Avenue.
- Police received a traffic complaint.
- Police conducted a traffic stop, which resulted in a warrant service.
- Chester County police were assisted regarding information on a vehicle, which was owned by a township resident.
- Police have initiated an investigation into an incident that occurred Sunday in the area of Anderson Avenue. During the incident, a resident was allegedly attacked by a dog and had to receive medical attention. Police have identified the dog’s owner who will be charged for the incident.
- A wanted person was allegedly observed Tuesday while operating a vehicle that he didn’t have permission to possess. Police stopped the vehicle without incident and placed the Curwensville man in jail.
- While on patrol Sunday, police located a male who was allegedly laying on the ground along Maple Avenue. He told police he had been walking home from the bus station when he decided to take a rest. Police requested the male to continue on his way.
- Police received a report about a vehicle over an embankment Sunday on Parkway Drive. Upon arrival police found the vehicle’s emergency brake had discharged, causing it to roll forward over the embankment. The vehicle, according to police, wasn’t occupied at the time and sustained minor damage.
- Police received a parking complaint Sunday in the 100 block of South State Street. Further, police identified a passenger of the vehicle as Brandon Coder of DuBois, who had numerous outstanding warrants in Clearfield and Jefferson counties. Coder was transported to the Jefferson County Jail by Jefferson County deputies.
- Police received a report about a man who allegedly had a gun Monday in the 300 block of West Long Avenue. Upon arrival police found the man was carrying a pellet gun.