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Daily Police Log
Thursday, September 26, 2013
State police at Clearfield
On Monday, someone withdrew U.S. currency from a West Decatur man's bank account without authorization.
In an act of criminal mischief, someone damaged a gas well cover belonging to Exco Resources off of Rolley Road in Pike Township between Sept. 19 and yesterday. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 857-3800.
Troopers are seeking more information after someone forced entry into a building along Bear Hill Road in Bradford Township yesterday at 1 p.m. by breaking out a window on an overhead garage door and opening the door. Those responsible entered the building and vandalized it by breaking items and throwing yellow, black and green paint all over the inside. Damage is estimated at $15,000.

Lawrence Township
The parents of a disruptive teen were referred to another agency.
An incident of harassment was reported at Clearfield Area High School.
Officers assisted Clearfield Borough police with an incident on East Cherry Street.
A suspicious individual reported on Hill Street could not be located.

DuBois City
The investigation continues after someone gained access to a residence in the 200 block of South Highland Street between 7:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. yesterday and stole multiple items.
Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 371-2000.
Suspicious activity was reported yesterday in the 100 block of West Scribner Avenue when a resident said she thought someone had been trying to gain access for the last two nights.
The woman was awoken by the sound of a rattling door knob, and when she looked out the window she saw a figure of a man walk away.
Juveniles were reportedly throwing bricks at moving vehicles yesterday at 6:15 p.m. in the South Main Street and Spring Avenue area, where police made contact with an alleged victim and witness, who identified those involved. Officers contacted three boys and their parents, but no charges were filed due to their ages.

Sandy Township
On Monday, a Lititz man who was reportedly crying, screaming and disturbing customers in the Snappy's parking lot reported he was having a bad day and his vehicle battery died. Police assisted him and told him he needed to leave the property, but were called back later because he was still there and yelling. The situation was handled without incident.
A Showers Road resident reported a dog with no tags was on their property Monday.
The investigation continues after a DuBois woman reported she left her purse in the Walmart restroom, called the store and was told it was found in the men's restroom. Cash, a phone and pills from a recently filled prescription were missing.
National Fuel employees reported a license plate was stolen from one of their trailers.
Someone reportedly took $26 from a DuBois Village resident's purse Monday.
The 911 hang-up call on Home Camp Road was accidental.
Loud music reportedly coming from a Circle Road resident's neighboring residence was handled without incident.
The investigation continues after a DuBois woman reported someone stole $411 in cash Tuesday.
Two trucks were involved in a minor accident at the fuel island at Pilot Tuesday.
Officers handled a domestic dispute at a Keen Court Drive residence in which a woman was arguing with a man who came to her house to drop off a new dryer. She reportedly didn't want the man on her property.
Police handled an incident Tuesday in which a Treasure Lake woman reported she thought her estranged husband violated a protection from abuse order she had against him.
The investigation continues after a Hyde woman reported someone pushed a cart into her vehicle in a parking lot, and a witness said a man did it intentionally.
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