State police at Clearfield
- Police received a report about a theft from a motor vehicle that occurred Oct. 7 on Melody Road in Penn Township. During the incident, someone allegedly entered the victim’s unsecured vehicle and removed a firearm. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 814-857-3800.
- Police arrested a male for whom there was an active warrant on North Fourth Street. He was allegedly found in possession of pills that were not properly marked. Police transported the male to county jail on the warrant.
- Police were dispatched to Williams Street after a report about the location of two orange, capped syringes. Police were able to collect the syringes.
- Police responded to an activated alarm along Vanvalzah Avenue. Upon arrival, police found the building to be secure.
- Police received a report about a suspicious female on Nichols Street. Police located the female who needed transportation.
- Police stopped a male for whom there was an active warrant on High Street. He was able to satisfy the warrant on-scene.
- Police assisted emergency personnel who needed to gain entry to an East Cherry Street residence.
- Police located an open door at a business located along North Third Street. As a result, police checked the business and determined it was secure.
- Police reported that a vehicle became disabled after it turned off Cemetery Road and onto East Pine Street. Subsequently, police say it struck the concrete steps and a tree. No injuries were reported as a result, and the vehicle was towed from the scene.
- Police were dispatched to a report about a syringe that was located on Daisey Street. Police were able to collect the syringe.
- Police received a report about a counterfeit $100 bill being passed Tuesday at Kwik Fill, located on South Second Street, Clearfield. Police say the suspect is unknown at this time but was seen driving a newer, full-sized truck that was white in color.
- Police received a report about incidents of theft, which occurred Sept. 18 and Sept. 27, at Rural King. Tyler A. Bender, 18, of Clearfield worked for the store and allegedly fraudulently returned an item, valued at $199, two times. Police say he also used personal information for another person to process the returns.
- Police received a report about illegal dumping Thursday at the Clearfield County Solid Waste Authority’s site on 21st During the incident, someone allegedly left assorted home materials, furniture, televisions, tires, etc., plus drug paraphernalia that was mixed in with the trash. Anyone with information is asked to contact township police.