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Daily Police Log
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
State police at Clearfield
Charges were filed against two women who were involved in a simple assault incident in which they were engaged in a physical altercation yesterday at 10:30 p.m. on Graham Road.
Yesterday at 10 p.m., someone stole a State College woman's car from Motorhead Auto in LeContes Mills, fled the scene and abandoned the vehicle on state Route 879 in Shawville.
Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.
Harassment charges were filed Sunday against a Brisbin man who had unwanted physical contact with a Brisbin woman.

Clearfield Boro
Yesterday, officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance in the 700 block of Martin Street.
Officers investigated a reported theft in the 700 block of Dorey Street yesterday.
Following a report of a possible burglary along Turnpike Avenue, police learned new tenants were moving into the apartment building.
Buddy Bair of Clearfield was arrested and arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Patrick Ford for terroristic threats and disorderly conduct after he threatened to kill his 5-year-old daughter and ex-wife.
Criminal mischief occurred along Margaretta Street when a known juvenile damaged a fishing pole, but the alleged victim did not want to pursue charges.
Police assisted Clearfield Emergency Medical Services with a person who fell at East Cherry and Fourth streets.
Extra patrols will be provided following reports of all-terrain vehicles being operated.
Officers investigated the reported theft of a dog along Clearfield Street, but the owner called back later and stated she found the animal.
Police assisted domestic relations with a warrant issued in Clearfield County after drug paraphernalia was found in a woman's vehicle during a traffic stop on Weaver Street.

State police at DuBois
The investigation continues in an alleged statutory sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl by a 19-year-old man that occurred in June 2012 in Reynoldsville.

Sandy Township
No injuries were reported Friday when a vehicle, possibly a Jeep, driven by a man struck the back of a Treasure Lake woman's vehicle while she was stopped on Maple Avenue, he got out, looked at the damage and left the scene.
On Friday, a Treasure Lake woman reported someone in the neighborhood took wood that was piled in her yard.
A Treasure Lake woman was cited for not having insurance and expired registration following an accident Friday in which she lost control of her vehicle on Basse Terre Road at Treasure Lake, it traveled through a yard and struck a tree.
The investigation continues after Treasure Lake Security reported finding a door that looked like it had been pried open at Lake View Lodge Saturday.
Kwik Fill employees reported a known man pumped gas and left without paying for it Saturday, but when officers located him, he said he did pay for the gas. The incident is being handled between those involved.
Retail theft charges were filed Saturday against a 17-year-old DuBois boy after he was caught by Walmart employees attempting to take fishing lures without paying for them.
The suspicious man reported at the new hotel being built on Industrial Drive Saturday was gone when police arrived.
On Saturday, a DuBois woman was traveling on U.S. Route 219 when her vehicle struck plastic chairs that fell off a pickup truck, damaging her vehicle. The pickup truck driver stopped to pick up the undamaged chairs and left the scene.
Two brothers were involved in a fight Saturday at a Treasure Lake residence. One man left the scene and the other man stated the incident started when he would not allow his brother to leave because he had been drinking.
A Reynoldsville woman was taken to DuBois Regional Medical Center Sunday after she lost control of her vehicle on Larkeytown Road. It traveled off the road and into a ditch.
Officers received a report of a stolen vehicle out of Philadelphia that was to be at the Pilot Travel Center, where they initiated a traffic stop. The driver was the owner's brother and they had a falling out and he took the truck, which belonged to her company. Police said the sister declined to press charges and the man was released.

State police at Philipsburg
The investigation continues in a report of an indecent assault involving an 11-year-old from Philipsburg. It was reported that the incidents took place in the Philipsburg area of Rush Town-ship between June 21, 2008, and June 20, 2009. Police received a call from Centre County Children and Youth Services relative to the allegations that a known person of interest had inappropriately touched the alleged victim.
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