- A Las Vegas man reported that he had purchased an engine control module form a man in Sandy Township, and had to send other components to be calibrated at the beginning of April. He has not been able to contact the man since he sent the parts.
- Officers received a report o f a female yelling and screaming in the area of Denton Ave and Wilson Ave. The woman was gone upon officer’s arrival.
- A 69 year old Forest Ave woman reported there was a white vehicle parked in the empty lot next to her house and she felt it was suspicious. Upon speaking to the woman officers determined she was not the property owner, and she knew who the vehicle belonged to, she just felt like it should not be parked there. Officers handled the situation without incident.
- A Judge Road resident reported his black and brown cat had been missing for three days.
- Officers investigated a 911 hang up call from a possible domestic dispute on Hanes Drive. Upon arrival officer found the female who reported the dispute was verbal only and the man she was arguing with left the scene.
- Employees of Dunkin Donuts received a suspicious call from an unknown man who stated the District Manager called and told him to call and have the manager count the safe. Employees called the district manager to verify the call, who said the call was not legitimate. Investigation continues.
- A 17 year old Treasure Lake boy lost control of his vehicle while traveling on Game Lands Road causing it to strike a tree. 3 passengers in the vehicle were flown from the scene with serious injuries and 2 were transported to Penn Highlands for treatment.
- A W. Long Ave resident turned in a set of keys that he found in his front yard.
- While on patrol officer observed a vehicle crossing the yellow center and fog lines several time. A traffic stop was conducted and the defendant explained that he was singing along to a song which may have caused his poor driving. While he retrieved his vehicle information from the center console, a zip log back containing suspected marijuana was observed. Charges for possession will be filed.
- Police are investigating a report of a bad check as payment for rental equipment. The investigation continues.
- Police responded to a pedestrian v. vehicle crash at WalMart. The victim was transported to Penn Highlands Clearfield. The severity of the injuries are unknown at this time.
- Police responded to a traffic complaint of a red Toyota Tacoma all over the roadway and passing vehicles along State St. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
- Police responded to the Curwensville Post Office for a report of criminal mischief.
- Police are investigating a possible assault at a local business.
- Police received a complained of criminal mischief where and individual had driven through a resident’s yard.
- Police responded to a trespassing complaint along Walnut St. An individual reportedly gained entry to a residence and once inside turned off a television. Nothing was reported missing or destroyed.
- Police received a report of criminal mischief at the Curwensville library. Unknown person(s) took down a flag pole, attempted to burn the “Book Return” sign and distributed numerous plastic bottle on the property. Residents are now being advised that children are no longer permitted on the property while it is not open.