State police at Clearfield
- State police received a report about a burglary that occurred Nov. 12 on Fruit Hill Road in Jordan Township. During the incident, a known suspect allegedly entered through a side door and removed the victim’s C.J. Higgins .22-caliber rifle.
- Police received a report about a suspicious male on South Second Street. Upon arrival, police spoke to the male who was not doing anything suspicious.
- Police were requested to assist Sandy Township police with locating a male along Duke Street with regards to a complaint. However, police were unable to locate the male.
- Police responded to an animal complaint along West Sixth Avenue. According to police, a dog attacked another dog, and it was referred to animal control.
- Police assisted a motorist who had locked their keys inside their vehicle along Nichols Street.
- Police are investigating an alleged theft that occurred along West Locust Street.
- Police received a report about a male breaking into vehicles along North Second Street. According to police, he was then observed leaving and walking across the bridge toward Nichols Street. Police say the male took a cell phone and change from two, separate vehicles. Police are continuing their investigation at this time.
- Police responded to a minor, two-vehicle collision on West Market Street. According to police, one driver pulled out at a stop sign and their vehicle entered into the path of another vehicle. No injuries were reported as a result, and both vehicles were driven from the scene.
- Police were called to assist with a medical emergency on North Third Street. Police were able to assist and get the male to the hospital for medical treatment.
- Police responded to East Pine Street, where a door was open to a residence. Police met with the homeowner who arrived on-scene. Police checked the residence and found everything to be in place.
- Police collected a camera bag near Elm/Leavy Avenue. The bag contained a Fuji camera and attachments; the camera displayed pictures of a wedding. Anyone who may own the property is asked to contact police.