State police at Clearfield
- State police received a report about an alleged theft/fraud and forgery incident that occurred Tuesday at Geo Tech in Graham Township. During the incident, someone allegedly used the victim’s credit card number for a transaction that totaled $1,575. State police are continuing their investigation of the incident at this time.
- State police investigated an accident that occurred Tuesday on State Park Road in Pine Township. Further, a Philipsburg woman was traveling south and her left, rear wheel was well-rusted on her vehicle; it caused the tire to rub. The woman subsequently lost control of her vehicle, which exited the roadway via the west berm, continued across both lanes of traffic and exited the east berm before impacting with an embankment. The woman was cited for the accident, state police said.
- State police investigated a hit-and-run accident that occurred Wednesday at the intersection of Main and Franklin streets in Coalport Borough. Upon arrival police found that a pick-up truck was traveling north on Main Street and at a speed in excess of 60 miles per hour in a posted 25-miles-per-hour zone. Its operator lost control and impacted a legally-parked Chevrolet Cobalt, Saturn SL1 and Pontiac Sunfire. Upon impact with the last vehicle, the truck came to an immediate final rest. However, the operator put the truck in reverse and struck the hood of the Saturn SL1 and then fled the accident scene. State police said that the passenger’s side front tire of the truck, including the rim, was torn off; as a result, when the operator fled, only three wheels were in operation on the truck. Because the damaged area of the truck was in contact with the roadway, state police said it created gouge marks, which extended for one-mile and allowed for the location of the truck in Houtzdale. Traffic citations were filed against the operator of the truck through the district court, state police said.
State police at Philipsburg
- State police received a report about an alleged assault incident that occurred Dec. 25 on North Front Street in the parking lot of the Minit-Mart Convenience Store in Philipsburg Borough. During the incident, the victim was riding his skateboard in the parking lot when he was allegedly confronted by two males and assaulted by them. State police have been continuing their investigation, and charges are pending at this time.
- State police received a report about an alleged burglary incident that occurred Dec. 22 in the alley between North Fifth and North Sixth streets in Philipsburg Borough. Further, the victim left his residence for a two-hour period, at which time an actor allegedly went inside and stole several of his prescription pills and shot a hole in the television. State police are continuing their investigation at this time.
- Police responded to an audible alarm in the area of North Second and East Locust streets. Upon arrival police found everything to be OK, and an employee reset the alarm.
- Police apprehended a fugitive along Margaretta Street after he was observed inside a residence. Police found he had warrants through several local police departments and the Clearfield County Sheriff’s Office. He was lodged in the Clearfield County Jail, police said.
- Lawrence Township police were assisted with serving a 302 warrant on a female along Spruce Street.
- Police are currently investigating an alleged assault between a male and female.
- Lawrence Township police were assisted with locating a vehicle that was involved in a hit-and-run accident along Martin Street Extension.
- Police received a report about windows that were damaged by possibly a BB gun along West Second Avenue.
- Police received a report about a hit-and-run accident on Mann Road.
- Police received a report about a Protection from Abuse order violation on West Front Street.
- Police received a report about a psychological emergency on West Front Street.
- Police received a report about another psychological emergency.
- Police received a request for information regarding a child custody issue.
- Police assisted with a psychological emergency.
- Police responded to an alleged loitering/prowling complaint along Smith Street. Upon arrival police searched the area but were not able to locate anyone.
- Police are investigating a suspected arson that occurred in the Reighard Street area.
- Police interviewed a suspect in a recent theft incident. The suspect allegedly admitted to committing the theft, and charges will be filed as a result, police said.
- Police apprehended a man in Houtzdale after he was allegedly found to be intoxicated and had struck a parked van on Hannah Street. He then allegedly struck a lawn mower in another Houtzdale resident’s yard. Charges are currently pending against the male, police said.
- Police received a report about a mailbox that was damaged along Frog Hollow Road. Police would like to encourage residents to report these incidents.
- Police received a report about an alleged incident of criminal mischief after someone put rocks inside of a sewage line outside of Snappy’s Convenience Store, Houtzdale. As a result, it caused the sewage system to back up and high repair costs, police said.
- Police received a noise complaint that occurred Monday while a neighbor had their television on too loud. Upon investigation police were unable to find anything criminal and told the caller to contact his landlord with the complaint.
- On Monday police were requested to contact a resident about an alleged incident of fraud. The victim told police someone had charged more than $1,200 on her credit cards from a PayPal account that was opened in her name. The victim told police she did not open the account. Police are continuing their investigation of the incident.
- Police received a noise complaint that occurred Tuesday at a residence on East Long Avenue. The caller told police that a downstairs neighbor had been playing loud music, and it had disturbed him while he was sleeping. When he went downstairs to ask his neighbor to turn it down he said his neighbor started yelling profanities at him. Police made contact with the neighbor who turned the music down without incident.
- Police received a report about an alarm that activated Tuesday at a business in the 400 block of Beaver Drive. Upon arrival police found everything to be OK; a key holder didn’t arrive so police were unable to search inside.
- Police received a report about a silent panic alarm that activated Tuesday at a business in the 600 block of East DuBois Avenue. Upon arrival police found it was accidentally activated by an employee, and everything was OK.
- Police received a report about an alleged domestic dispute that was possibly physical in nature Monday at a Harper Road residence. Upon arrival officers located a 21-year-old woman and her 28-year-old boyfriend outside of the residence. They told police that an argument involved the woman, her boyfriend and her mother, and the two decided to go outside to calm down. Police located the mother inside the residence, and she confirmed the dispute was verbal in nature. Police handled the situation without incident.
- On Monday employees of Link Properties, located on Route 219, reported that a 250-gallon plastic water storage tank was missing.
- A 51-year-old DuBois woman reported that her purse was missing from her vehicle while parked at Save A Lot on Monday. Police are continuing their investigation of the incident at this time.
- A vehicle driven by a 20-year-old Penfield man was unable to stop in time to avoid hitting another driven by a 29-year-old Kersey man who was stopped in traffic Monday near Snappy’s Convenience Store. Both vehicles were driven from the scene, and no injuries were reported, police said.
- Police received a report about a false alarm Monday at S&T Bank.
- On Tuesday a 24-year-old Home Camp Road woman alleged she was being harassed by a known 25-year-old Reynoldsville woman via Facebook. Police spoke to both parties and handled the situation without incident.
- Police received a report about a burglar alarm at a Wasson Avenue residence on Tuesday. Upon arrival police were told by the homeowner that she’d observed two people on her back porch, but they were now gone. Police searched the area but could not locate anyone.