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Daily Police Log
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
State police at Clearfield
Troopers determined no animals were stolen in an incident of theft that allegedly occurred Wednesday. Previously, a Houtzdale man had reported someone stole four chickens, a goat and a Great Dane from his Ida Street property in Woodward Township and fled the scene.
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Yesterday between 12:01-6 a.m., a burglary occurred in Decatur Township. Someone entered the Osceola Mills Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge No. 154 and stole a 50-inch Toshiba TV, 42-inch Sanyo TV and stamp machine containing 200 rip-off tickets. Also taken were a Dell computer, two cases of Budweiser, 2½ gallons of Jack Daniels, 2½ gallons of Black Velvet, 1½ gallons of Captain Morgan and 15 pool sticks. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.

Clearfield Boro
The investigation continues in a hit-and-run incident in which someone driving a white, single-cab Ford Ranger, possibly two-wheel drive, struck a fence at a Dorey Street residence and fled the scene. A man was seen fleeing from the area in the vehicle upon seeing the police. The vehicle has minor damage to the front corner of its driver's side. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 765-7819.
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The man who reportedly entered an apartment and refused to leave left prior to police arrival.
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Two warrants were served to an area woman, and she pleaded guilty to both.
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Following a report of suspicious vehicles at the East End playground, police found two individuals were talking and advised them to leave the area.
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Police responded to a report of a gunshot at Spruce and Cumberland Streets, where they located a two-vehicle accident, but no injuries were reported.
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Charges were filed in a protection from abuse violation.

Lawrence Township
Officers assisted Utilities Forestry Services Inc. on Dorey Street Extension. The company received notices of violations from Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The commissions were contacted and advised that the area business didn't have trucks in those areas, and the matter was resolved.
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Disorderly conduct involving a 14-year-old child occurred at Clearfield Area Middle School.
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The investigation continues after a student allegedly made threats toward a teacher.
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Officers assisted Clearfield-Jefferson Mental Health/Mental Retardation with an emergency at a township residence.
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Police are investigating an incident of retail theft at Sapp Bros.
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Stranded motorists were assisted at Clearfield Area High School and on Leonard Street.
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State police at Clearfield assisted officers with serving two arrest warrants, and the individual paid fines and costs in lieu of incarceration.
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In an incident of interfering with the custody of a minor, a Clearfield man was providing a female juvenile a place to stay without consent from her parents.
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Police learned the owner of an abandoned vehicle at an area retail establishment is in the hospital.
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Officers assisted mobile crisis with an emergency in which a juvenile threatened self harm.
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No violation was present when police responded to a parking complaint in Hyde.
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The person in Hyde threatening to harm herself was transported to Clearfield Hospital by Clearfield Emergency Medical Services.
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The investigation continues after a student reportedly brought a knife to Clearfield Area High School.
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Illegal parking was reported in the ATA lot at 1215 Hall St. Police contacted the individuals and advised them to move their vehicles and issued a reminder that future offenders will be cited.
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Officers checked the Glen Richey area for a reported aggressive dog running in the Glen Richey area, but were unable to locate it.
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Individuals involved in a verbal domestic disturbance in Hyde had separated for the night when police arrived.

State police at Punxsy
No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident Saturday at 5:45 p.m. on Dowler Highway in Burnside Township. A Glen Campbell woman was traveling west, her vehicle traveled onto the north berm, struck an embankment and a guide rail, and came to rest on top of the rail facing southwest.

Sandy Township
The investigation continues after an RNI employee reported Friday that a fuel card was used without permission by a former employee to get gas at Sheetz.
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No injuries were reported Friday when a vehicle pulled into the path of a Clearfield woman on Rockton Road and she lost control of her vehicle.
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On Friday, a Treasure Lake woman reported a red pickup truck struck her vehicle while it was parked at Towne Center at Treasure Lake.
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Officers handled a situation Saturday in which a Hanes Drive woman reported her neighbor was playing music too loud.
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No injuries were reported Saturday when a Virginia woman lost control of her vehicle on Platt Road, it struck a mailbox and came to rest on guide wires attached to a pole.
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The investigation continues in the theft of a Brookville woman's debit card from her purse while she was working at Famous Hair Saturday.
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An accident occurred Saturday when a Sykesville man lost control of his vehicle on U.S. Route 119 near Mapledale Road and it came to rest in a ditch. He was taken to DuBois Regional Medical Center for chemical testing.
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A DuBois man reported he pulled into a driveway on Guy Avenue Sunday and a woman in a white Taurus pulled in by him and threatened to kill him with a gun she had in the vehicle.
Officers located the woman, who denied the incident.
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The investigation continues after a Mechanicsburg woman reported her son went to check on their Treasure Lake home Sunday and found someone had been in it and made a mess.
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