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Daily Police Log
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
State police at Clearfield
Yesterday at 1 p.m., a one-vehicle accident occurred on Interstate 80 in Graham Township when a Maryland man was traveling east in the left lane at mile marker 127.4. He lost control of his tractor-trailer, it traveled off the road, struck the end of a guide rail of the left side of the road, continued down an embankment and struck a drainage ditch. It continued through a wooded area, struck several trees and came to rest on its left side facing west. The tractor's fuel tank ruptured, spilling approximately 100 gallons of diesel fuel, and a Hazmat unit responded to the scene. He was transported to Clearfield Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
Five glass doors were damaged, possibly with a BB gun, at West Branch Area High School between 11 p.m. Monday and 2 a.m. yesterday. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.

Clearfield Boro
Officers responded with fire personnel to a possible transformer fire at Seventh and Daisy streets and determined it was an issue for the electric company.
The investigation continues in an incident of theft and criminal mischief in which a bike was damaged.
The man wanted on sheriff's department warrants fled and a foot chase ensued, but police were unable to apprehend him.

Lawrence Township
Clearfield County Domestic Relations requested assistance with stopping a vehicle on River Road; however, the individual stopped their vehicle and police were canceled en route.
A hit-and-run accident reportedly occurred Saturday on Supercenter Drive.
Officers received a report of a missing person, who they located on Turnpike Avenue and notified the family.
Three juveniles were taken into custody for a retail theft incident at a Washington Avenue business.
Officers assisted Clearfield Borough police with an incident on Nichols Street.
Police responded to a disorderly conduct incident involving a Clearfield man on Clarendon Avenue in Hyde.
The state Department of Parole, assisted by police, located a wanted man, who was found to be in possession of an illegal substance.
An area woman was taken into custody for a probation violation and transported to Clearfield County Jail.
The investigation continues in a report of trespassing at a Beaches Road residence.
Police fielded a call regarding child custody.
An incident of harassment at Lawrence Park Village was unfounded.
Officers checked the welfare of a person at Big Lots on Plaza Drive.
The identity of the man who allegedly committed a traffic violation at the Hyde traffic light is known to police.
A missing Turnpike Avenue woman was located by police.

Sandy Township
Officers handled a situation Monday in which a Hanes Drive woman and her son got into a heated argument.
A Brookville woman reported that on March 25 someone struck her vehicle in the DuBois Mall parking lot.
The investigation continues after a Reynoldsville man reported that while waiting to get fuel at Kwik Fill Monday a man began causing a disturbance at the pump. He reportedly went to the back of the Reynoldsville man's vehicle, started removing pins from the trailer gate, broke the passenger-side mirror, got on his motorcycle and left the scene.
Officers checked the welfare of an animal left in a vehicle at DuBois Mall yesterday and found it to be OK.
Yesterday, an Irvona woman was unable to stop in time and her vehicle struck a vehicle driven by a DuBois woman on East DuBois Avenue. A passenger was taken to DuBois Regional Medical Center.
Juveniles were reported dumping garbage and building fires near an East Maloney Road resident's home yesterday.
The investigation continues after a 16-year-old East Maloney Road boy reportedly went outside to his car yesterday, two males jumped him, took his cell phone and fled the scene.

Morris-Cooper Regional
The investigation continues in an act of criminal mischief in which someone scratched six vehicles, causing $10,000-$15,000 in damage, along Moravia Street in Grassflat. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 765-1533.
In an incident of trespassing, a known person who walked on a Grassflat resident's property was told to leave. When police arrived, the alleged victim stated they just wanted the person to stay off the property, but did not want to pursue charges.
The 9-year-old Munson boy who was reported missing was located at the baseball field.
A Winburne resident returned home to find his garage door open and someone stole power tools and fishing equipment. Police ask anyone with information to contact them.
Police checked a camp that a Winburne resident was concerned someone had broken into, but everything was secure.

State police at Philipsburg
The investigation continues after an Altoona woman issued a check to Auto Body Parts in Philipsburg that was returned and she has failed to make good on the check.
Yesterday between 8:15-8:45 a.m., someone walked up on Louise Cassler's porch at her residence along High Street near Loch Lomond Road in Rush Township and used an unknown object to strike her cat on the head. The cat died instantly and was discovered when she went to let it into the house. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 342-3370.
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