DuBois, PA – DuBois City Police investigated numerous cases recently, including drug charges, a two-vehicle accident in the Sheetz parking lot, two girls who were going into an abandoned building, and a 78-year-old man who was reported as missing but turned out to be okay.

Police reports from Sept. 9, 2019

Officers assisted State Parole at an address on Washington Ave. while they served a warrant. Upon arrival, Parole stated that they did not need assistance as additional Parole agents were en route. Officers transported an adult male to DCPD for Parole while they prepared to transport him to a state correctional facility.

Officers were dispatched to the area of E. Park Ave. by Church St. for a male in that area who is passed out. Upon arrival, officers located a known male.  The male was very fidgety and kept putting his hands in his pockets.  While pulling his hand out of his pocket, a syringe fell out.  The male was wanted on 4 warrants. The male also had multiple items that consisted of drugs and paraphernalia on his person and were taken into evidence. The male was taken into custody and transported back to the police station. The Constable took custody and transported the male to the magistrate’s office on the warrants and where he was then transported to Clearfield County Jail.  Charges pending.

Officers received a call regarding the caller’s 78-year-old father missing.  Officers spoke with the caller who advised her father had a Dr. appointment at 2 PM and he has been missing since then. She does not know where he would be and her mother is at the mall where he dropped her off before the appointment. Officers called the male and did reach him.  He was fine and had just picked up his wife.  The daughter was informed and happy her father was okay.

Officers were dispatched to 23 W. Washington Ave. for a disturbance. The caller reported a disturbance over property and Dispatch heard yelling before the call was disconnected.  Upon arrival, officers made contact with the caller and female who were verbally arguing. The female was in the process of removing property from the residence while arguing with the male. Officers remained on scene while she gathered some of her belongings and left the residence. No Police action was taken.

Officers were dispatched to the Sheetz parking lot, located at 124 N. Brady St. for the report of a two-vehicle accident. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the parties involved. Both parties stated that unit 1, which was a Chevrolet Malibu, pulled out of getting gas and struck unit 2, which was Jeep Wrangler. The driver of unit 1 stated that as he was pulling out he didn’t see unit 2 and hit it with his passenger front end into the middle driver’s side of unit 2.  While speaking to the driver of unit 1, Officers could smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath.  Officers conducted field sobriety tests and were able to come to the conclusion that he was not intoxicated and was under the legal limit.  Both vehicles sustained moderate damage and were able to be driven from the scene. Nobody was injured in the accident and both parties stated that they did not need medical assistance. Officers completed an accident information exchange and a copy was given to both parties. Officers cleared from the incident.

Officers were dispatched to 248 S. Brady St. in reference to two young girls going in and out of an abandoned house. The caller was concerned for their safety.  Upon arrival, the caller reported the females had already left. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate them.