Sandy Township, PA – Once again, police in Sandy Township were busy over the weekend with a variety of call-ins.


February 2, 2019

An anonymous caller reported a 26-year-old woman, her 31-year-old significant other, and their 4-year-old child were living in a house on Overdorf Avenue that had no electric or water. Officers checked on the family and it was determined they were staying with a family member until the problems with the house were taken care of. The situation was handled without incident.

Treasure Lake Security reported someone vandalized a realty sign and a stop sign in the area of Dominica Road.

A 54-year-old Wilson Avenue resident reported being harassed by her 46 year old boyfriend via messages on her phone. The investigation continues.

A Salada Road resident reported an open door at a Circle Road residence. The trailer was unoccupied. It appeared to the door was accidently knocked open when a stack of items was knocked over in the hallway, possibly by dogs in the trailer. There were no footprints in the snow to indicate someone going through the door.

A vehicle driven by 78-year-old DuBois man ran into a vehicle driven by a 27-year-old DuBois woman while they were both driving through the Save A Lot parking lot. Both sustained minor damage. No injuries were reported.

A 37-year-old Hanes Drive woman reported her neighbor’s kids were looking in her patio window and agitating her dog, and they were also throwing stuff in her yard. Officers handled the situation without incident.

A false alarm was reported at CNB Bank.


February 3, 2019

A 54-year-old Treasure Lake man reported that someone threw paint filled balloons at his Mercedes that was parked in his drive way on Treasure Lake Road.

A false alarm was reported at Tri-County Church.

A 59-year-old New Jersey man reported that while his vehicle was parked in the parking lot of the Hampton Inn someone damaged it, by possibly keying it and denting it on the passenger’s side.

Employees of Long John Silvers reported receiving a counterfeit $20 bill a week prior. The investigation continues.