DuBois, PA – DuBois City Police had a few calls over the weekend, starting on Saturday morning with a domestic disturbance at the DuBois Manor Motel, room 131.
When police were investigating, they found both the man and woman involved in the fight had illegal narcotics and drug paraphernalia.
Later in the afternoon, DuBois City Police officers also were called out to a home on West Washington Avenue for reports of an unwanted man refusing to leave the house. After speaking with him, the man left without further incident.
Police also were dispatched to West Long Avenue on Saturday for the report of an intoxicated man laying in the grass next to a business. He was taken into custody, and he was driven back to his house and left in the care of his wife.
Police reports, DuBois City, Saturday, Sept. 14
At 7:00 am the DuBois City Police were dispatched to the DuBois Manor Motel, room number 131 for a disturbance call. Upon the arrival of officers, they made contact with the individuals involved in the disturbance. Upon further investigation, police found illegal narcotics and paraphernalia in the possession of the male and female who were involved in the disturbance. Charges are pending on both individuals.
At 10:10 am the DuBois City Police were dispatched to a business located on the 400 block of Beaver Dr. for the report of a hold-up alarm going off inside the business. Upon the arrival of officers they found everything to be okay and that the alarm was inadvertently activated.
At 6:10 pm the DuBois City Police were dispatched to a residence on W. Washington Ave. for the report of an unwanted male being at the residence and refusing to leave. Upon the arrival of police, they made contact with the parties involved. After speaking to both individuals the male left without further incident.
At 6:28 pm the DuBois City Police were dispatched to W. Long Ave. for the report of an intoxicated male laying in the grass next to a business. Upon the arrival of police, they made contact with the male. He was taken into custody and police transported him to his residence where he was left in the care of his wife.