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Johnson Motors - 877-816-0659
Daily Police Log
Friday, February 1, 2013
Lawrence Township
A vehicle reportedly struck a deer on Rockton Mountain Highway.
Someone reportedly pumped gas at Snappy's and left without paying.
Harassment by communication was reported by a township resident.
The suspicious man walking on Clearfield-Shawville Highway reported he is from out of town and was lost.
Careless driving was reported on Byers Street.
Two suspicious men were allegedly knocking on a Glen Richey resident's door.
Officers received a report of trespassing on Powell Avenue in Hyde.
A strong-armed robbery occurred in Hyde when a man entered a business and took money from a clerk.
Someone stole lawn ornaments along River Road and Front Street.
Property damage was reported on George Road after someone drove through a resident's yard.
A suspicious individual was allegedly going door to door in Hillsdale to ask for money.
The investigation continues in an incident of harassment by communication.
Officers are investigating after they were called to Lawrence Park Village for a fight and found numerous juveniles exiting the area.
In an act of criminal mischief, someone broke a window in Kerr Addition.
A noise complaint was reported in Hyde.

State police at Punxsy
Kenneth Shope of Westover was not injured Jan. 22 when he was traveling north on Ridge Road in Burnside Township. negotiated an icy left curve and his vehicle slid sideways. It spun counterclockwise, traveled across the southbound and off the shoulder, struck a utility pole and traveled approximately 30 feet before coming to rest facing northwest.

State police at Philipsburg
Between 5 p.m. Sunday and noon Tuesday, someone driving a maroon sedan with a black front-end cover failed to negotiate a left curve on Cemetery Road in Rush Township, struck three tombstones and fled the scene. Anyone with any information should contact police at 342-3370.
Troopers are seeking more information after someone smashed out the back window in a Philipsburg man's 2005 Buick Ranier while it was parked on Curtis Street between 1-10:30 a.m. Wednesday.
On Wednesday at 10:55 p.m., a verbal altercation between a Philipsburg man and his ex-girlfriend, also of Philipsburg, turned physical when he threw a glass of water into her face.
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