GANT Police Blotter

State police at Clearfield

  • State police received a report about a theft that occurred Saturday on Elizabeth Street in Beccaria Township. During the incident, a couple was allegedly involved in the removal of chainsaws, leaf blowers, hedge trimmers and other miscellaneous items from the victim’s property without permission. Charges are expected to be filed through the district court.
  • State police received a report about a lost/found firearm Saturday at the Goodwill Store in Philipsburg. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 814-857-3800.

Clearfield Borough

  • Police received a report about a possible Protection from Abuse order violation. Police are continuing their investigation at this time.
  • Police received a report about a disabled vehicle along South Second Street.
  • Police are investigating a hit-and-run crash that occurred along West Front Street. According to police, a vehicle was rear-ended by a black truck, which fled the scene; it was last seen traveling up Nichols Street. Police are continuing their investigation at this time.
  • Police received a report about a suspicious male on Martin Street. Police located the male who was waiting for a friend.
  • Police received a report about trespassing on East Locust Street. Upon arrival, police encountered a group of individuals and advised them of the complaint. One male had an active arrest warrant through the Clearfield County Sheriff’s Office. He was subsequently taken to the jail on the warrant.
  • Police received a report about an alarm on East Locust Street. Police located a vehicle, which was experiencing mechanical issues, and its horn was going off. Police were able to locate the owner.
  • Police assisted a motorist who had locked their keys inside their vehicle along East Cherry Street.

Curwensville Borough

  • Clearfield Borough police located a wanted male. Upon arrival of Curwensville Borough police, he was served his active warrants and transported to the magistrate’s office. Police say a hearing was held and the male was found guilty of all charges.
  • Police received a report about an unwanted male with warrants at the Curwensville Commons. Upon arrival, police learned that Ethan Eles was present and had active warrants through multiple agencies. Although Eles attempted to hide from police, he was located and taken into custody. He was subsequently transported to the jail on the warrants.
  • Police received a report about an unwanted male with an arrest warrant at a Hill Street address. Upon arrival, police located Steven Shanechuck, who was wanted by Clearfield Borough police. He was taken into custody and turned over to the Clearfield police.
  • Police received a report about a disorderly male at the Snappy’s Convenience Store. Police handled the incident at the scene.
  • Police received a report about a burglary that occurred at the Curwensville Commons. During the incident, the suspect(s) allegedly gained access through an apartment building window and removed several items. The stolen items had a total value of $3,300. Anyone with information is asked to contact Curwensville Borough police at 814-236-3858 or 814-765-1533.
  • Police received a report about a male who was allegedly intoxicated and urinating in a residential housing parking lot. However, he was gone upon police arrival at the scene.
  • Police had a cooler containing various amounts of alcohol turned in. Anyone with information is asked to contact Curwensville Borough police.
  • Police received a report about the theft of medication that occurred at the Snappy’s Convenience Store. The victim told police that a known female entered his vehicle and removed several Subutex pills from his prescription bottle. Upon investigation, the female was allegedly found with several drug-related items in her purse. Police are continuing their investigation at this time.

Sandy Township

  • Police responded to a report of a motor vehicle crash on Friday. According to police, a vehicle driven by a 23-year-old Clearfield man hit a vehicle driven by a 40-year-old Reynoldsville man while the two were traveling along the Bee Line Highway. While investigating the crash, officers discovered the 23-year-old showed signs of impairment and he was taken to Penn Highlands for a legal blood draw after he failed field sobriety testing. Officers were assisted on-scene by the DuBois City Police Department.
  • Police received a report about a false alarm at Pizza Hut on Saturday.
  • Police received a report about a domestic dispute that occurred Sunday in Treasure Lake. According to police, a 45-year-old DuBois man was at his 24-year-old girlfriend’s residence, and they were involved in an argument. He said that she scratched him on his arm. Officers handled the situation without incident.
  • On Monday police received a report from a 61-year-old Sierra Heights Road man who stated that two handguns were missing from his residence. He told police they were possibly taken while he was on vacation. Police are continuing their investigation at this time.
  • On Monday police received a report from Triangle Tech employees who stated that someone broke into a shed behind their building and took a five-gallon gas can.
  • On Monday police received a report from a 53-year-old DuBois man who stated that while his Jeep was parked at Wal-Mart, someone hit and damaged the front passenger’s side fender.
  • On Monday police received a report from Wal-Mart employees who stated that a female was seen putting items for sale in her purse and then leaving the store without paying for them. She left the parking lot before employees could stop her. Police are continuing their investigation at this time.
  • Police responded to a motor vehicle crash on Monday. According to the report, a vehicle driven by a 24-year-old Falls Creek woman failed to stop in time to avoid hitting a vehicle driven by a 32-year-old Falls Creek resident. Minor damage and no injuries were reported to police.
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