State police at DuBois
- State police received a report about deceptive business practices that occurred Aug. 6, 1965 at Lakelawn Memorial Park in Reynoldsville. The victims signed a contract to purchase a burial vault, opening and closing, a granite stone and a bronze memorial. However, prosecution was declined due to the incident being beyond the five-year statute of limitations.
State police at Philipsburg
- State police received a report about a theft that occurred Saturday or Sunday on Halfmoon Valley Road in Halfmoon Township. During the incident, someone allegedly stole prescription medication from a Warriors Mark woman. State police are continuing their investigation at this time.
- Police responded to a report about broken glass along the sidewalk in the area of West Market and West First Avenue. Upon arrival, police removed the glass from the sidewalk.
- Police located an unsecured door to a local church. Police did not locate any signs of entry and were able to secure the door.
- Police were called about a found dog on Gulich Avenue. Upon arrival, police said the owner took custody of the dog.
- Police reported that several syringes were located near the intersection of Ulerich Avenue and East Walnut Street. The syringes were collected by police.
- Police made contact with a suspicious male along Sheridan Avenue. It was found that he had an active warrant through the Lawrence Township police. Township police arrived at the scene, and the male was able to satisfy the warrant.
- Police received a report about a juvenile who was acting unruly over an issue with a phone on East 10th Police were able to speak to the female and handle the incident at the scene.
- Police reported that a female was arrested for allegedly violating a Protection from Abuse order.
- Police responded to a barking dog complaint on Clearfield Street.
- Police reported that a male was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of controlled substances after a vehicle stop along West Front Street.
- Police checked on a suspicious vehicle that was parked at a local park. Police found the driver waiting for his girlfriend to get off work.
- Police responded to a report about a female who was attempting to walk home in harsh weather conditions along Reed Street. Police met with the female who was eventually taken to the hospital for medical treatment.
- Police responded to a report about a male who appeared to be under the influence on Zimmerman Avenue. Police attempted to make contact with the male but were unsuccessful.
- Police received a report about an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle Monday in Lawrence Township. A 37-year-old woman allegedly took a vehicle from along Flegal Road without permission from the owner. Police are continuing their investigation at this time.
- Police received a report about an assault that occurred Monday in an area along Bowman’s Hill Road in Lawrence Township. During the incident, an 18-year-old male was allegedly assaulted by multiple actors, and he was taken to the hospital for treatment of his injuries. Police are continuing their investigation at this time.
- Police received reports about incidents of retail theft March 21 at Wal-Mart in Clearfield. Officers reviewed two surveillance videos and determined a male went to a self-checkout. He allegedly didn’t check out a few items and left the store without paying. Charges will be filed through the district court.
- Police received a report about a physical domestic Monday on Wrigley Street in Lawrence Township. When police arrived, it was learned that a 13-year-old girl and her mother were involved in an argument. It reportedly became physical when the girl took a kitchen knife and said she’d harm herself. Her mother retrained her from self-harm; no injuries were reported to the girl. She was taken to the hospital for an evaluation.
- Police received a report about a scam Monday on Mount Joy Road in Lawrence Township. During the incident, a male received a call from someone claiming to be with the IRS. The caller then advised they held an arrest warrant for unpaid taxes. Police would like to remind residents not to provide any personal information.