Sandy Township, PA – Sandy Township Police responded to several calls recently, including reports of a possible break-in and a suspicious man who was seen walking out of the woods.

October 7, 2019

Officers received a report of a possible break in at a Dixon Avenue residence. Upon arrival officers spoke to the property owner who reported his grandson had removed a window air conditioning unit and entered the house through the window. Officers handled the situation without incident.

Two vehicles were involved in a minor motor vehicle accident in the Burger King parking lot. No injuries and minor damage reported.

Walmart employees reported observing 2 females taking items from the store without paying for them. Upon officers arrival, employees had one of them, a 30-year-old Mahaffey women detained. Her friend, a 37-year-old Reynoldsville woman, had left the scene and it was determined she was the possible offender. Investigation continues.

October 8, 2019

A 62-year-old Sabula man reported a vehicle in the field across from his house. He felt the person may have been there without permission. Officers were able to determine the vehicle and driver had permission from the owner and handled the situation without incident.

A 34-year-old Euclid Ave resident reported that someone had driven through her yard, causing damage to the landscaping and pulling down a cable line, then fled the scene.

Officers received a report of a suspicious man walking out of the woods behind Danone. The man was injured from a fall and told the caller he was lost, trying to find Treasure Lake. Officers located the man walking along Oklahoma Salem Road. Upon stopping him it was determined that he had several active warrants so he was taken into custody and turned over to the arresting agency.