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Weekend Police Log
Monday, May 20, 2013
State police at Clearfield
In an act of criminal mischief, someone threw eggs at a Third Street residence in Pike Township between 1-9 a.m. Saturday. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.
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The investigation continues following a one-vehicle accident yesterday at 2 a.m. when a vehicle driven by Terry Spencer of Beccaria traveled onto Walnut Street and off the right side of the road and struck a utility pole. He was not wearing a seat belt and was transported by ambulance to Altoona Regional Health System for treatment.
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On Saturday at 7:50 p.m., a one-vehicle accident occurred on Interstate 80 near mile marker 117.4 in Lawrence Township when John Curtaim was traveling east in the left lane. His vehicle traveled off the north berm, struck an embankment in the median, overturned multiple times and came to rest in the median facing south. Curtaim and his passenger were transported by ambulance and then by medical helicopter to Altoona Regional Health System for treatment.
Clearfield Emergency Medical Services, Madera EMS, Lawrence Township Fire Co. and Bigler-Jackson-Woodland Fire Co. assisted at the scene.
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The investigation continues after a one-vehicle accident Saturday at approximately 2:50 a.m. when a Curwensville man was traveling south on Harper Mine Road in Grampian. He lost control of his vehicle, it traveled off the east shoulder and struck a tree. He was found to have been drinking and was transported to Clearfield Hospital for blood testing. Grampian Fire Co. and Rescue Hose & Ladder Co. Emergency Medical Services assisted at the scene.

Clearfield Boro
Officers assisted with an incident in which a vehicle struck a parked vehicle and the owner of the parked vehicle was located.
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The woman involved in a psychological emergency was calm when police arrived and was transported by EMS to Clearfield Hospital.
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Police documented the license plate number and description of the vehicle and driver involved in an incident of road rage in the Domino's Pizza area along South Second Street.
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An argument occurred along Northwest Fourth Avenue, where one person involved left for the evening.
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A boy found out after curfew was transported to his residence and released to his mother.
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The man found sleeping in his car along Daisy Street was OK and sent on his way.
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Officers located the owner of a vehicle blocking a driveway and it was removed.
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A minor accident occurred when a vehicle backing out of a parking spot struck a truck.
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The woman who had an active warrant through the police and sheriff's office was apprehended and transported to Clearfield County Jail.
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A woman along Park Avenue who had allegedly taken too much medication was transported via EMS to the hospital.
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Police assisted a motorist who was lost.

Lawrence Township
Residents are reminded to watch their speed and be alert for children outside following speed details that began Friday.
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The incident in which an elementary school student brought a small pocketknife onto a school bus Friday was handled without criminal charges.
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Someone reported a car seat was improperly placed in a vehicle, but police found the seat wasn't being used to transport children.
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Following a parking complaint on Graham Street in Hyde, a parking ticket was issued.
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The investigation continues in the theft of a table from a Powell Avenue residence. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 765-1647.
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In a reported scam, a township resident received a message on her computer that said it was locked by the FBI and she would have to pay $300 to have it unlocked. She was advised to seek assistance from a computer technician.
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Following a report of a possible theft at Walmart, police were advised the money and items were returned.
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A burning violation was reported in Hyde.
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Suspicious activity reported at an area business was found to be the owners doing renovation work.
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Someone reported lost property at Walmart.
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A woman was arrested on misdemeanor charges and taken to CCJ after police received a second report of her being disorderly in Hyde.
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Following a traffic stop on Mann Road, a man was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.
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Police received a barking dog complaint in Goldenrod and advised the owner to take the animal inside for the night.
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The investigation continues in an incident of theft in the O'Shanter area.
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A hit-and-run accident was reported at Walmart.
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Someone reported an unwanted intoxicated man was at a Hyde residence, but police arrived and found he lived there.
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Following a psychological emergency on Wrigley Street, police made arrangements for a man to speak with a mental health employee.
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A woman who had been reportedly trespassing on private property was found to be in a civil dispute and those involved were referred to appropriate agencies.
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Someone reported a disabled vehicle on state Route 879.
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A report of harassment was unfounded.
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Officers responded to a residence for a reported disturbance and found everything was OK.

DuBois City
The investigation continues in a domestic incident that occurred Saturday between a Reynoldsville man and his girlfriend in the 300 block of W. Long Ave. She allegedly locked him out of his apartment and wouldn't provide him with his things, which he was later able to retrieve.
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Yesterday, a domestic incident was reported in the 100 block of North Jared Street, where police were unable to get anyone to answer the door. A neighbor advised everyone left the residence prior to police arrival.
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No charges were filed following a dispute yesterday between a DuBois man and a group of teenagers in a parking lot along North Main Street, where police advised everyone to leave.

Curwensville Boro
Residents are reminded to keep their vehicles and houses locked following seven complaints of individuals entering unlocked vehicles in the Temple Heights and Irwin Hill area.
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A Curwensville man was taken into custody and later released following a domestic dispute on Ridge Avenue.
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The investigation continues in an incident of harassment in which a known woman allegedly threatened a man.
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Someone reported a possible DUI incident in which a motorist allegedly passed a vehicle in a no passing zone at a high rate of speed in Pike Township. Officers did not observe the vehicle in the borough and the state police were contacted.

State police at Philipsburg
A known person of interest failed to return a $500 cell phone and other miscellaneous Direct TV merchandise from Vaux Electronics in Philipsburg. The items were provided to an employee who has been terminated and were used for job-related duties. Troopers are investigating.
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On Thursday at 7 a.m., a two-vehicle accident occurred on I-99 at mile marker 66.2 in Huston Township. Karen Dyke of Philipsburg was legally passing Dennis Fasekas of Altoona when he turned into the left lane to pass a vehicle. This caused Dyke's vehicle to travel off the road and into a guide rail, come back across the road and strike Fasekas' vehicle. Both vehicles spun out and Fasekas' vehicle struck a guide rail. He was transported by Port Matilda EMS to Mount Nittany Medical Center, State College, with minor injuries.
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The specialized mountain bike found on a Philipsburg man's property along North Second Street can be claimed by contacting police at 342-3370.
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Someone removed a bag containing numerous tools, valued at approximately $1,165, from an unlocked pickup at RJ's Pub in Philipsburg between noon and 1 p.m. May 11. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 342-3370.

State police at Rockview
The investigation continues following an all-terrain vehicle accident yesterday at approximately 12:30 a.m. on private property just off of Wise Road in Walker Township. A Howard woman lost control of her ATV, it slid off the left side of a logging road, struck a tree, slid down a bank and came to rest upright. She and her passenger, a Port Matilda woman, were thrown from the vehicle. The Howard woman suffered major head trauma and was taken to Altoona Regional Health System. The Port Matilda woman suffered minor to moderate injuries and was taken to Mount Nittany Medical Center. They were not wearing helmets.
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