Sandy Township, PA – Sandy Township Police responded to several incidents recently, including a stolen vehicle, multiple minor crashes, and a domestic assault. In the assault case, a Treasure Lake man is accused of hitting a woman, then claiming he was going to take her to the hospital but actually taking her to a motel instead.
November 10, 2019
False alarm at Hawbakers
A 27-year-old Sunbury man who worked next to the Brady Street Beer distributor took a vehicle belonging to the distributor without permission. He drove the vehicle home to Sunbury where it was found by local police. Investigation continues.
November 11, 2019
A 43-year-old Circle Road resident reported someone took the PA registration and a tail light assembly from a trailer that was parked at his residence. Investigation continues.
A 45-year-old Curwensville woman reported that she was staying with a 63-year-old woman and 69-year-old on Hungry Hollow Road and was attempting to leave because she was tired of them yelling at her. No physical altercations happened, and officers handled the situation without incident.
False alarm at Wayland Farm Supply
False alarm at JC Penny
November 12, 2019
A 43-year-old Freedom Road man reported that his 42-year-old ex-wife was at his residence trying to start a fight with him. When officers arrived at the residence the woman had lost control of her vehicle and had backed her vehicle down over an embankment and into a fence. There was no property damage and the vehicle was pulled out without issue.
A truck driver reported that she backed into another truck in the Pilot parking lot. The drivers exchanged information and no injuries and minor damage reported.
November 13, 2019
Officers received a report of a domestic assault on Dolphin Head Road in Treasure Lake. Upon arrival both the 29-year-old male offender and 30-year-old female victim had left the scene in the same vehicle. Officers were told they left to check into a hotel in DuBois. Officers went to the hotel and located the woman who said she had been hit several times while they were at their residence. Then the man got her to leave with him by telling her he would take her to the hospital, but instead took her to the motel. The man was taken into custody and transported to CCJ where he was housed on a 48 hour detainer. Charges filed, and the woman was taken to Penn Highlands by EMS to be evaluated.
A 74-year-old Reynoldsville man wrote a check to Murray Ford in the amount of $698.55 that was returned stamped Non Sufficient Funds. Employees attempted to resolve the issue but were unable to get payment. Charges pending.
A 40-year-old Treasure Lake man reported that he was being harassed by his ex girlfriend via Facebook. Officers handled the situation without incident.
False alarm at a Treasure Lake residence.