Clearfield, PA – Although we generally think of police doing traffic stops or investigating crimes and drug cases, they’re also there to protect and serve in the simplest of ways. A good reminder of that happened recently in Clearfield Borough.

Officers came across a driver who was having trouble getting their car started on South 2nd Street in Clearfield. The car just had a dead battery, so police were able to jumpstart the car and get the driver back on the road.

Thanks to our officers for everything they do, especially the small acts of kindness that might not usually make the news.


Date of News Release: 11/18/2019

Police initiated a vehicle stop along W. Front for a vehicle violation and found the driver
to have an active arrest warrant from the Clearfield County Sheriffs Office. The man
was taken into custody and transported to the jail on the warrant.

Officers assisted a disabled motorist along S. 2nd St. The vehicle had a dead battery. Police were able to assist in getting the vehicle started.

Clearfield Borough Police located a disabled vehicle blocking traffic along Williams St. Police report that
nobody was located around the vehicle. The vehicle had to be towed due to blocking traffic.

Officers handled a custody dispute along Daisy St.

Police responded to E. Market St where a woman entered a business and removed items without paying for them. Charges are pending on the known female.