State police at Clearfield
- State police received a report about a burglary that occurred March 3-4 in the area of the Krebs Highway and Reds Lane in Boggs Township. During the incident, someone allegedly cut a lock to the victim’s shed and a chain to another shed. The victim told state police that so far as she could tell, only an electric chainsaw was stolen. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 814-857-3800.
- Police received a report about an incident of trespassing on Elk Avenue. According to police, someone heard another person inside an adjacent building. However, there wasn’t anyone located inside.
- Police responded to a noise complaint along East Eighth Street. Upon arrival on-scene, police advised the resident of the complaint and to keep the noise down.
- Police were requested to check the welfare of a male and female on Park Avenue. Police made contact with them and found they were OK.
- Police are investigating an alleged incident of trespassing that occurred at a business along East Market Street.
- Police received a report about discovered contraband Wednesday at the Clearfield County Jail. According to police, corrections officers found multiple bags of suspected methamphetamine and a bag of pills on a 31-year-old Clearfield man during an inmate in-take search. The actor had allegedly concealed the contraband in his underwear, which COs discovered and turned over to police. Charges are currently pending at this time.
- On Tuesday police assisted with gaining entry to a building, where there was a patient having a medical emergency. Once inside, police cleared the scene.
- Police responded to a reported custody dispute Tuesday in the 400 block of South Avenue. According to police, a woman’s granddaughter was “out of control” and smashing items in the residence because she wanted to go with her mother. Officers have responded to similar incidents here, the report stated, and the child remained with her grandmother, as that had been deemed by the court. Police were able to clear the scene without further incident.
- On Tuesday police saw a juvenile walking around on Parkway Drive. According to police, they were then flagged down by a male witness in the DuBois Middle School lot because he’d noticed the same female walking around about one-and-a-half hours earlier. When contact was made, the female told officers that her after-school practice had been cancelled and she was waiting for a parent to pick her up. Because of the extreme cold, police gave the female a ride home, then made contact with her parents. She was advised that in the future, she should remain at the school and call her parents from a safe location.