State police at Clearfield
- State police reported a drug-related DUI occurred Monday in the area of Morann Avenue and Kirk Street in Woodward Township. As a result, charges are currently pending against a 20-year-old Smithmill man.
- Police conducted a warrant service in the area of South Fifth Street. As a result, police say a female was transported to the magistrate’s office and then to county jail.
- Police received information about a female for whom there was an active warrant at the magistrate’s office. Upon arrival, police placed the female into custody and she was transported to county jail.
- Police responded to a reported psychological emergency on Leavy Avenue. Police say a male was transported by ambulance to Penn Highlands Clearfield Hospital for further evaluation and treatment.
- Police were requested to conduct a welfare check on South Third Street. Upon arrival, officers summoned emergency personnel to conduct an evaluation of an elderly female.
- Police conducted a traffic stop that resulted in a DUI on Tuesday in the area of Snappy’s Convenience Store. Upon investigation, a 37-year-old Clearfield man was allegedly under the influence of alcohol and a controlled substance. He was placed under arrest and transported to Clearfield Penn Highlands Hospital for a legal blood draw. Charges are currently pending at this time.
- Police received a report about a domestic disturbance Monday in the 700 block of West Long Avenue. Upon arrival on-scene, officers could hear screaming and yelling coming from the second floor of the home. Contact was made with a male who said he’d been yelling, and that he and his girlfriend were moving out. However, when contact was made with the female, she said the male slammed her against the wall and she wanted to press charges against him. Charges are currently pending at this time.
- Police received another report of a possible disturbance Monday at the same residence in the 700 block of West Long Avenue. Upon arrival, contact was made with a female who said she accidentally smashed something while packing up her stuff. She denied yelling but said she was singing loudly.
- Police were contacted Monday with regards to a male stating there were chemicals in his water. He told police he could see residue of a white powder in his glass of water, which he wanted tested. Police advised they didn’t have this capability, and the male insisted an officer come to his residence. Upon arrival, police observed the glass and it appeared to have food particles in it. The male told police he hadn’t felt well for days and thought someone has been doing this to him. Police say the male was transported to Penn Highlands DuBois Hospital by ambulance for an evaluation.
- Police were requested to check the welfare of a male Monday. According to police, the male was found and not in need of any assistance.