State police at Clearfield
- State police reported a DUI occurred Jan 7 on Susquehanna Avenue in Curwensville Borough. According to state police, a call was received regarding a suspicious vehicle and its driver, a 30-year-old Philipsburg man, was subsequently taken into custody for suspicion of driving under the influence. Charges are pending.
- State police received a report of retail theft Jan. 6 at the Nittany Minit Mart, Morrisdale. As a result, charges were filed through the district court against a 43-year-old Philipsburg man.
- State police received a report of a motor vehicle theft Dec. 13 in Bradford Township. According to state police, a trailer was stolen from the 200-block of Owens Road. The trailer is described as being white in color and measuring 53 feet in length with tri-state leasing in red letters on its sides. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 814-857-3800.
- State police received a report of a motor vehicle theft Jan. 8 in Beccaria Township. According to state police, a couple engaged in a verbal domestic dispute over a mattress, which turned physical in nature when a 51-year-old Coalport man struck the victim. Then, he allegedly stole her vehicle and fled to the Altoona area. He was later located by Altoona police and taken into custody; charges are currently pending.
- State police reported a DUI crash occurred Nov. 12 in the area of Pinetop Road and Shawville Highway in Bradford Township. Charges have been filed against a 23-year-old Woodland woman as a result.
- State police received a report of assault Jan. 9 on Edwards Aly in Osceola Borough. During a domestic, a 43-year-old State College man allegedly grabbed the victim on her neck and temporarily cut off her air supply. He also injured the victim after pushing and throwing her around the residence, state police say, adding damage occurred to several of her items of property. Charges have been filed through the district court.
- State police received a report of a Protection from Abuse order violation Jan. 7 on Pumpkin Hollow Road in Decatur Township. As a result, a 44-year-old Houtzdale man was arrested and transported to Clearfield County Jail.
- State police received a report of cruelty to animals Jan. 5 on Windy Hill Road in Pike Township. According to state police, a horse was left outside without proper shelter or a sufficient water source. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
- State police received a report of theft from a motor vehicle Jan. 1-2 on Old Highway 322 in Decatur Township. During the incident, someone allegedly removed a purse from a vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police.
- Police received a report of disorderly conduct and trespassing Jan. 9 at Walmart in Lawrence Township. According to police, a call was received regarding a disorderly customer who refused to leave the store. Upon arrival on-scene, contact was made with a 63-year-old Frenchville woman who was repeatedly advised to calm down. She said she was experiencing issues with setting up a phone and wasn’t receiving the customer assistance that she expected from the sales staff. She was ultimately advised to leave the store and that she was prohibited from returning by management due to her behavior. She was cited for the incident through the district court.
- Police reported a drug-related incident Oct. 17 in the area of state Route 879 and Interstate 80 in Lawrence Township. During a traffic stop, police say 34-year-old Cody Ogden of Clearfield was found in possession of drug paraphernalia and to be selling controlled substances. A search warrant was obtained and confirmed Ogden’s alleged involvement in the sale and delivery of crystal methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, marijuana and prescription pills. Charges have been filed and a warrant was issued for Ogden’s arrest. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Lawrence Township police.
- Police received a report of a Protection from Abuse order violation Jan. 7 at Lawrence Park Village, Clearfield. According to police, a 40-year-old male made direct contact with and went inside a residence of an individual who held a PFA against him. He allegedly refused to leave and was intoxicated while on probation. Police also found that he held several warrants and as a result, he was put in county jail on a probation violation. Charges for the PFA violation were also filed through the district court.
- Police conducted a felony warrant service at a McGee Avenue residence on behalf of the Altoona Police Department. The individual was taken into custody and put in Clearfield County Jail.
- Police responded to a reported hazmat incident in the Industrial Park. Upon arrival, it was found the leak had been contained.
- Police responded to assist a motorist with a vehicle lockout. However, the driver was found to be driving under suspension and to hold multiple warrants.
- Lawrence Township police were assisted with a mental health emergency. The individual was located and transported to the hospital for an evaluation.
- Police responded to a reported burglary at a Filbert Street residence. During the incident, someone allegedly took a bottle of prescription medication and several food items from inside. Anyone with information is asked to contact Curwensville Borough police.
- Police responded to a disturbance at a McNaul Street residence where a male reportedly had a baseball bat. Upon arrival, police found a couple engaged in a verbal argument; both were separated and advised to cease their actions.
- Police handled several calls regarding unemployment fraud.