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Daily Police Log
Thursday, July 26, 2012
State police at Clearfield
A Houtzdale man, a Ramey man and a Ramey woman allegedly took items from Lewis Paving and Sealing and brought them to a metal scrap yard the next morning to be exchanged for cash. In addition, the Houtzdale man allegedly stole a large truck radiator located in front of the building. Charges of theft and receiving stolen property have been filed against the three individuals at district court.

Clearfield Boro
Police received a call of individuals jumping in front of vehicles. Contact was made and the individuals were sent on their way.
Police responded to a call for a runaway juvenile. The juvenile was located and returned to their residence.
Police received a report of a missing cell phone. Anyone finding a cell phone should contact Clearfield Borough police.
Police received a call of a woman causing a disturbance at Dingers on Nichols Street. When police arrived, the woman had left the establishment. She was located in the parking lot of J.G. Food Warehouse. The woman attempted to flee on foot but was apprehended by police. While taking her into custody, the woman attempted to bite the officers. She was arrested for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.
Police received a complaint that two bicycles were stolen from a residence on Bigler Avenue.
Police received a noise complaint on New Street. They spoke to a Clearfield man who was singing inside his residence. The man received a verbal warning and was asked not to sing as loud.
At 12:38 p.m. police arrested James Dickson on a warrant for contempt of court and violating a protection from abuse order. The violations occurred on July 20 and 23 on Daisy Street when Dickson had contact with his ex-wife. Dickson was arraigned by Magistrate Richard Ireland. Bail was set at $10,000. The Clearfield County Sheriff's department assisted with serving the warrant.
At 2:30 p.m. police were dispatched to an East Seventh Street residence for a domestic dispute. A Clearfield man was arrested for assaulting his wife. The man introduced his juvenile girlfriend to his wife, starting a verbal argument that escalated into physical contact. The man was arrested for simple assault and harassment. He was arraigned by Magistrate Ireland and released on his own recognizance bail.
Police handled a verbal argument in the lobby of the police station at 11:30 a.m. A Grampian man was traveling through Clearfield with his 27-year-old grandson when his grandson began arguing with him about money. The man did not want any contact with his grandson as a result of the verbal fight. The two were separated and the man continued to Grampian without his grandson.

Lawrence Township
Two dog collars were lost on Second Street. Anyone with information should contact township police.
Police were called to assist a motorist on Lowe's Drive but were canceled en route.
An automatic fire alarm report on Plaza Drive was unfounded.
A stolen checks incident involving a Philipsburg business occurred in Clearfield Borough, and the business was referred to its police department.
An incident of criminal mischief was reported at Hyde trailer court.
No injuries were reported in a minor accident that was reported as a hit-and-run incident. Police gathered information at the scene and completed an accident report.
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in Hyde, and cleared the scene without further incident. The individuals were separated for the night.
Police were canceled en route to a terroristic threats and disorderly conduct incident.
The investigation continues after a known individual attempted to pass a check belonging to a deceased individual at an area business. Police plan to obtain copies of the business's video, and additional charges may be forthcoming.

State police at Punxsy
Three Mahaffey men allegedly trespassed at Mahaffey Scout Park at 9:30 p.m. last night. One of the men allegedly punctured holes in several bags of rubber mulch, smashed a beer bottle under a pavilion, and overturned picnic tables, causing approximately $80 damage.
David Beatty, Richard McDivitt and Thomas Spaid were charged with one count each of criminal trespass at Magisterial District Judge James Hawkins' office.
Beatty was also charged with one count of disorderly conduct and one count of criminal mischief.

State police at DuBois
Police attempted to stop a vehicle on Grant Street in Reynoldsville at 1:30 a.m. yesterday as part of an assault investigation. The driver, a DuBois man, attempted to flee from police but crashed on First Street. He fled on foot but was promptly located. The man was housed in Jefferson County Jail on outstanding warrants in Indiana and Northampton counties. His passenger, a Rossiter man, was jailed on charges stemming from the assault investigation.
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