- On Oct. 3, police were contacted by a 25-year-old DuBois woman who reported that a known 26-year-old Curwensville woman had been in the Dollar Tree. Because the two had a verbal altercation regarding the woman’s husband, she was uncomfortable leaving the store with the woman still in the area. Officers located both women and handled the situation without incident.
- On Oct. 3, police received a report about a man who was dressed in all black walking along Rich Highway. The caller was afraid the man would get hit; he was gone upon police arrival.
- On Oct. 4, police received a report about a truck driver who misjudged a turn on Shaffer Road and got his tractor-trailer stuck on a concrete parapet in the lot of DuBois Mall. A towing company was able to dislodge the truck that was at a severe angle, police say, and the driver was able to drive away without incident.
- On Oct. 4, employees of a merchant in the Commons reported the discovery of information that employees of another merchant are using their dumpster without permission. Officers contacted the manager of Verizon Wireless and handled the situation without incident.
- On Oct. 4, police located a 25-year-old DuBois man who appeared to be hunting and trespassing on posted property. He told officers that he had shot a deer with his bow further up the road and moved his car to the area to track the deer. The vehicle was in violation of several vehicle codes and the man was cited for driving with a suspended license. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
- On Oct. 5, Walmart employees reported that two men were pushing a store cart off the property. Officers located the New York men who were staying at a motel on Rich Highway, and who reported they just needed a way to carry their purchases. Officers handled the situation without incident.
- On Oct. 5, police received a report of possible drug paraphernalia in a Hanes Drive residence. Officers handled the situation without incident.