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Daily Police Log
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
State police at Clearfield
Someone damaged an electrical panel box and a floodlight by one of the pavilions at Beechwood Park in Coalport between Nov. 11-12. Anyone with information should contact the police at 857-3800.

Clearfield Boro
Officers unlocked vehicles along Bridge, West Locust and North Second streets.
An all-terrain vehicle reportedly on South Fifth Street could not be located.
The vehicle reportedly being driven erratically on South Third Street was gone when police arrived.
Police responded to a custody dispute at an East Cherry Street residence.
Officers, in conjunction with the U.S. Marshall Service, located a man wanted in connection with larceny theft.
The investigation continues in a traffic complaint in which someone passed a school van while it was unloading children.
Two women reportedly involved in a fight were requested to leave, but refused, and contacted a friend, a Clearfield man, who came to the scene and assaulted the bartender.

Lawrence Township
Police received reports of an assault and a theft that occurred last week at Clearfield Area High School.
Following a reported psychological emergency, a man was transported to Clearfield Hospital by Clearfield Emergency Medical Services. It was learned the man was wanted by Clearfield County Sheriff's Department and custody was turned over to it.
Officers responded to two animal calls, and a dog was housed in a kennel.
In a burning complaint on Montgomery Run Road, the resident extinguished the fire when he was informed it was causing a problem. Residents are reminded that burning plastic or other materials that emit noxious fumes in forbidden. Paper, cardboard, wood and leaves are the only items that may be burned.
The investigation continues in an assault at a care facility.
Police were contacted by the owner of Olivia the K-9 who was recovered during the arrest of a New York man. They are assisting with the return of the animal.

State police at Punxsy
Between 10 p.m. Saturday and 1 a.m. Sunday, a woman and five boys purchased 35 dozen eggs using her Access card. They reportedly drove through Punxsutawney, Anita, Big Run, Sykesville, Reynoldsville, Stump Creek, DuBois, McGees Mills, Burnside and Cherry Tree and threw eggs at houses and cars. Anyone whose property was egged Nov. 17-18 should call the police at 938-0510. A list of alleged victims is being compiled.
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