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Weekend Police Log
Monday, May 13, 2013
State police at Clearfield
Theft by unlawful taking occurred in Irvona Friday at 3 p.m. when someone stole $1,900 in $100 bills from a Crestview Road residence. Anyone with information is asked to call Trooper Justin Yost at 857-3800.
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No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident Friday at 6:05 p.m. on Interstate 80 at mile marker 126.4 in Bradford Township. A Massachusetts woman was traveling east through heavy rain when she lost control of her vehicle, causing it to travel off the north side of the road and strike a tree.
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On Saturday at approximately 11:45 p.m., a Hawk Run man was cited for harassment and criminal mischief following an incident along Wallaceton Road in Morris Township. He allegedly struck a Morrisdale man several times and broke his glasses, valued at $100, and broke a window and porch table, valued at $150, at a Morrisdale woman's house.
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Troopers are seeking more information after someone removed approximately $240 from a vehicle parked on Wallaceton Road Saturday between 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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In an act of criminal mischief, someone drove their vehicle through the corner of a Decatur Township resident's yard at Decatur Street and Copelin Road Saturday between 4:30-5:30 a.m. Anyone with information is asked to call the police.

Clearfield Boro
Officers assisted Lawrence Township and Curwensville Borough police with serving a warrant at Curwensville Lake.
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The investigation continues in an incident of harassment.
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No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident at Bigler Avenue and East Fourth Street.
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Tobacco compliance checks were conducted at local retailers.
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Following a reported domestic incident between a man and woman along South Fourth Street, police found the man had a medical condition and was taken to Clearfield Hospital.
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A domestic incident between a man and woman occurred along Clearfield Street, where she left with her parents.
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Two neighbors were involved in a property dispute along South Second Street.
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The person responsible for an incident of harassment by communication was advised to stop.
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The man found staggering along Daisy Street was found to be under the influence of alcohol.
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Two juveniles were transported to their residence after they were seen in town after curfew.
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Following a traffic stop for a violation on North Third Street, a man was arrested for driving under the influence.
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Officers arrested a man for DUI following a traffic stop on Daisy Street for a traffic violation, and he was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana.
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Police responded to a disturbance along Milford Street.
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A suspicious vehicle in the CVS parking lot after hours was an out-of-town person waiting for a friend.
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Police were unable to locate a reported suspicious vehicle along Elk Avenue.
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Suspicious activity was reported on Daisy Street, but the complaint was unfounded.
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An intoxicated man at Sheetz was cited for public drunkenness and released to a family member.
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The man arrested along Daisy Street on outstanding warrants through the Clearfield County Sheriff's Office was transported to Clearfield County Jail.

Lawrence Township
Theft and criminal trespass was reported at a Clearfield-Curwensville Highway business.
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A burglary/criminal mischief incident was reported at a Washington Avenue residence.
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A parking complaint was reported in Hyde.
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The investigation continues after someone used a counterfeit $20 bill to purchase items at Bud's Sheds on Old Town Road.
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Residents are advised not to provide insurance, personal or financial information to anyone they don't know following a reported phone scam. A resident received phone calls from an alleged medical supply company, which said her supplies are in and would be shipped.
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Nathaniel Condon, a missing juvenile, has been located.
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A vehicle was repossessed in Hyde.
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Police received questions regarding a civil issue.
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The investigation continues in a sexual assault incident that allegedly took place on Old Town Road.
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Loitering and prowling at night reportedly occurred along Dairy Lane.
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Officers are investigating an incident of fraud reported by a township resident.
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A property dispute along Turnpike Avenue was found to be a civil issue.
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Charges were filed in a retail theft incident at Walmart Supercenter.
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Those involved in a civil dispute on Clark Street were informed of their options.
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Harassment by communication stemmed from an incident at Clearfield Area High School.
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Police are seeking assistance with locating a 1984 or 1985 Ford Crown Victoria involved in a hit-and-run accident in which it struck and damaged a fence along Lawrence Avenue. The vehicle will have front-end damage.
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The investigation continues in a reported computer scam.
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A dog reportedly running on state Route 879 was located and taken to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
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Anyone with information about a set of Nissan keys that were lost at Clearfield Mall is asked to contact police at 765-1647.
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Someone reported a traffic violation on Morrison Road.
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Children allegedly left unattended inside a vehicle at an area business could not be located.
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The suspicious/disabled vehicle reported on U.S. Route 322/SR 153 was located in another jurisdiction.
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A disabled vehicle was reported on Center Street.
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The investigation continues in the theft of an all-terrain vehicle.
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Officers were called to investigate an incident of indecent exposure.
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A Jeep that was stolen from the DuBois/Brockway area was recovered and turned over to the state police, who investigated the original theft incident.
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The investigation continues and police have a person of interest in an incident of indecent exposure and open lewdness.
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Following a request for information on a possible crime, police informed an individual about how to proceed with a civil issue.
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In an incident of theft, a known individual stole items from a patron's purse at an area establishment that were recovered. The alleged victim has not decided whether or not to press charges at this time.
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The investigation continues and police have a person of interest in an attempted burglary in the O'Shanter area.
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Those involved in a domestic disturbance at Lawrence Park Village were advised any further disturbance would result in their arrest.
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Assistance was given to a motorist on U.S. 322.
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A motorist responsible for a traffic violation on Turnpike Avenue was gone when police arrived.
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Officers are investigating a hit-and-run accident on Morrison Road in which a red vehicle struck a split rail fence, causing extensive damage. Pieces of the vehicle were recovered. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 765-1647.
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Individuals involved in a property dispute were advised how to proceed with a civil case.
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The investigation continues after police responded to Clearfield Hospital for a report that a known individual allegedly assaulted another individual at Clearfield Area Middle School.
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A Kerr Addition man accidentally dialed 911 while trying to make a call.

State police at Punxsy
Someone stole 60 large trout, valued at approximately $1,800, that were donated for a children's fishing derby at the Susquehanna Valley Rod & Gun Club fish hatchery on Holes Road in Chest Township. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 938-0510.
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The investigation continues after a woman allegedly made threatening statements to a man, woman and child on Church Street in Mahaffey Saturday afternoon.
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No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident on U.S. 219 in Bell Township Saturday at 11:55 a.m. when a Port Matilda man was traveling south and lost control of his vehicle while negotiating a sharp right curve. His vehicle spun clockwise, traveled off the east side of the road, struck an embankment and overturned before coming to rest on its wheels in a ditch on the east side of the highway facing north. He and his passenger, a State College man, were wearing seat belts.
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The investigation continues after someone removed a 55-inch flat-screen 3-D television from a Stifflertown Road residence in Burnside Township.

State police at DuBois
On Wednesday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., someone stole a Penfield man's bottles of medication along Woodward Road in Huston Township.
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Between March 1 and May 8, someone entered a DuBois man's residence at Chapman Trailer Court in Brady Township and removed several firearms, tattoo kit and numerous DVD and VHS movies. Anyone with information should contact police at 371-4652.
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Troopers are seeking more information after someone stole a flower saddle from a headstone at Salem Cemetery in Brady Township between 11:50 a.m. Friday and 10:50 a.m. Saturday.

Curwensville Boro
A drug violation allegedly occurred at Curwensville Area School Thursday afternoon.
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Officers assisted Lawrence Township police with taking three individuals into custody in Pike Township Thursday.
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On Thursday evening, police assisted a motorist whose vehicle was disabled on Schofield Street.
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Someone pulled flowers out of a landscaped area at Gates Hardware Thursday evening.
Anyone who commits such acts will be arrested.
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Officers assisted the state police with locating a runaway juvenile in Curwensville.
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Police assisted a motorist with unlocking their vehicle.
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The investigation continues after someone made an explosive device and threw it at a residence. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 236-3858 or 765-1533.
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Police are seeking more information in an incident of theft at a Bailor Drive business in which someone stole a battery from a vehicle.
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Suspicious individuals reported in the State Street area were located and identified by police.
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Assistance was given to Sykesville police with locating stolen property.
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A complaint involving a juvenile was handled at the scene.
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Someone notified police of a suspicious vehicle at Irvin Park, where its occupants were identified and released without incident.

Morris-Cooper Regional
The Hawk Run resident who was arrested May 5 for simple assault and harassment following a domestic fight was released on $10,000 unsecured bail. A hearing is set for Wednesday at CCJ.
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Two suspicious men who parked near the King Coal gat and walked behind the garage were identified and advised to leave the area.
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Police are investigating a report of a loud all-terrain vehicle traveling on Telcott Street in Hawk Run.
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A harassment complaint at West Branch Area High School was found to be an issue to be addressed by school officials.
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Police handled a situation in which local business wanted a Winburne resident who placed three bags of garbage its Dumpster to remove them.
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The Winburne resident who left their home and threatened to harm themselves returned and agreed to speak to mobile crisis for an evaluation.

State police at Philipsburg
On Friday at 10 p.m., a Bellefonte man was traveling north on One Mile Run Road near Womer Road in Rush Township when he failed to negotiate a left curve and his vehicle exited the east berm. It struck a mailbox, slid down an embankment, overturned onto its right side and came to rest in a private driveway, where he fled the scene on foot.
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Two unresponsive women were reported in a vehicle along state Route 350 near Dale Road in Rush Township Thursday at approximately 6:30 p.m. One woman was arrested for suspicion of DUI of a controlled substance and the other woman was arrested for drug violations, according to police. The vehicle was searched and multiple containers of an unknown white powder, prescription pills, containers and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia were found.
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The investigation continues after a 17-year-old Philipsburg boy reported a known person stole his computer, but it was found he made a false report and no theft occurred.
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Marvin Hockenberry of Philipsburg reported someone entered his Water Street residence through a basement door between 9 p.m. Thursday and 7:30 a.m. Friday.
The person opened a safe and removed cash, credit cards, checkbook and several valuable coins, all valued at approximately $950. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 342-3370.

State police at Ebensburg
Between 1 p.m. Saturday and 6 a.m. yesterday, someone entered property belonging to E.P. Bender Coal Co. along Glendale Valley Boulevard in Reade Township. A green 1999 Peterbilt 379 truck tractor and an attached black 1975 Rogers Lowboy trailer were stolen by smashing them through a gate and fleeing the scene northbound on SR 53. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 471-6500.

State police at Ridgway
On Friday, a Ridgway man was cited for criminal mischief after he scratched a Morrisdale woman's vehicle by pounding on its hood, causing an estimated $500 in damage, in Dagauscahonda, Elk County.
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