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Daily Police Log
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Clearfield Boro
Officers handled an incident of harassment along East Locust Street.
The man causing a disturbance at Sheetz was arrested for disorderly conduct, harassment and other related offenses.
A noise complaint was reported on South Second Street.
Police responded to Clearfield Hospital for a report of a disorderly patient, who was medically cleared and removed from the property.
A juvenile who was reported missing was found at Clearfield Hospital.
The investigation continues in the theft of a phone and camera at the Clearfield Driving Park.
Officers could not locate the source of gunshots reported at the top of East Market Street.
Retail theft occurred at Sheetz when a man stole several candy bars from the store.
Harassment by communication was reported.
The investigation continues after a tractor-trailer stopped for speeding on Bigler Avenue had a stolen license plate from Pine Creek Township.
An act of criminal mischief in which four juveniles used a marker to write on the side of a Nichols Street business is under investigation.

Lawrence Township
The investigation continues in an act of criminal mischief in which someone damaged a vehicle's back window while it was parked along Dorey Street Extension on Friday night or early Saturday morning. Anyone with information should contact police at 765-1533.
Police assisted a motorist who had an issue with their vehicle.
No injuries were reported in a minor traffic accident on Antis Hill Road.
Officers handled an incident of harassment in the Hillsdale area without criminal charges.
Officers assisted state police at DuBois with contacting a township resident.
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident on Supercenter Drive in which a heavy duty pickup truck struck a parked car.
Police determined the woman who was reported missing last night was staying with friends in an area without phone service.
The investigation continues and officers are seeking more information in a theft from a motor vehicle at an area business.
A known individual who was allegedly under the influence of a controlled substance and causing a disturbance on Valley View Drive fled when informed the police had been called.
Several men were reportedly involved in an incident of disorderly conduct at a Plaza Drive business.
Officers assisted Clearfield Borough police with a pursuit.
Police responded to a psychological emergency in Hyde.
A theft was reported at a Turnpike Avenue Extension business.
Someone reported an unwanted individual.
Officers assisted a Virginia sheriff's department with attempting to locate a missing individual.

State police at DuBois
In an act of criminal mischief, a Grampian man allegedly damaged a Brockway woman's vehicle Saturday night while it was parked at Eagle View Apartments in Luthersburg.

State police at Philipsburg
Michael Ellenberger of Falls Creek failed to negotiate a left curve on Tyrone Pike in Rush Township Sunday at 3:10 p.m. and his motorcycle left the road and struck an embankment.
He was not wearing a helmet and was taken by Moshannon Valley Emergency Medical Services to Altoona Regional Health System for treatment of moderate injuries.
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