State police at Clearfield
- State police received a report about a theft that occurred Tuesday or Wednesday on Gray Hollow Road in Boggs Township. During the incident, someone allegedly took two 48-inch black iron metal wheels that belonged to the victim. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 814-857-3800.
- Police are investigating thefts from motor vehicles throughout Curwensville Borough. Police would like to encourage residents to lock their vehicles.
- Lawrence Township police were assisted with a male who was reportedly resisting arrest.
- Police handled a report of harassment via communications. Police contacted the actor and advised them to cease their actions, or they would face charges.
- Police received a report about hypodermic needles located in the area of Susquehanna Avenue and Center Street. Upon arrival, police retrieved the needles and properly disposed of them. Residents are advised to report similar matters to police and not to subject themselves to injury.
- Police located a wanted male who had a warrant through the Sheriff’s Office. He was transported to county jail on the warrant that was issued due to his failure to appear for a preliminary hearing following a previous arrest.
- Police assisted a resident who locked their keys inside their vehicle.
- Police arrested a juvenile who allegedly made threats toward another juvenile at school.
- Police received a report about a suspicious person in the area of Filbert and Meadow streets. However, they were gone upon police arrival.
- Police received a report about items being stolen from a George Street residence. Police would like to remind residents to secure their valuables and homes.
- Police arrested a known juvenile who allegedly made threats toward another juvenile. Police say their parents were contacted and the juvenile was suspended from school.
- Lawrence Township police were assisted with locating a person involved in a reported hit-and-run.
- Police arrested a juvenile for allegedly being disorderly at school. During the incident, police say the juvenile used lewd language toward other students and staff.
- Police cited two juveniles for reportedly having tobacco at school.
- Police received a report about suspicious persons in the area of Irvin Park Road and Smith Street. However, they were gone upon police arrival.
- Police responded to a local business after a small bag of a white powdery substance was located and it was determined to be suspected crystal meth. Police are continuing their investigation at this time.
- Police received a report about vehicle break-ins on Schofield Street. Police would like to remind residents not to leave valuables inside their vehicles and also to secure them.
- Police received a report about a suspicious vehicle at Lezzer Lumber. Upon investigation, police learned there were mechanical issues with the vehicle.
- Police investigated a hit-and-run that occurred on State Street near the Rails to Trails pull-off. According to police, an unknown vehicle side-swiped a parked vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.
- Police responded to a reported accidental overdose Tuesday on West Weber Avenue. Upon arrival, police assisted emergency personnel and the patient was taken to the hospital for treatment.
- Police received a report about an incident of harassment Tuesday on East Garfield Avenue. Police advised both parties to cease contact with each other and cleared the scene without further incident.
- Police have initiated an investigation into an incident of criminal mischief at the City Park. During the incident, someone allegedly damaged the door to the restroom, located near the pool.
- Police received a report about a theft from a motor vehicle that occurred between Oct. 16 and Tuesday on North Church Street. During the incident, someone allegedly removed a .45-caliber Ruger handgun, valued at $650, from the victim’s vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to contact DuBois City police.
- Police responded to a reported burglar alarm at Randall Court. Upon arrival, police learned it was a false alarm.