Sandy Township, PA – Police in Sandy Township say they responded recently to a number of fairly minor incidents.

Several young teens were riding motorcycles and a golf cart around Treasure Lake roads on Nov. 23. Security caught a group of 13-year-olds before officers arrived, and together they were able to contact the teens’ parents.

Also in Sandy Township, an East Maloney Road resident reported that someone took two separate Fed Ex packages from her front porch, worth a total of $168. As more packages are being delivered during the holidays, beware of porch pirates. If possible, have someone at home to accept any packages, have them delivered to your workplace, or use a security cam on your front porch.

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November 23, 2019

An E. Maloney Road resident reported that earlier in the month someone took two separate Fed Ex packages from her front porch, valued at $168.

Officers received a report of a man and woman struggling for the woman’s purse in the area of Chestnut Ave. The couple had gone separate directions prior to officer’s arrival but were located and they verified it was not a physical altercation. The two had gotten into an argument over his cigarettes being in her purse. Officers handled the situation without incident.

Treasure Lake Security reported a group of kids riding motorcycles and a golf cart on Treasure Lake roads. When Security approached them they took off and went around a locked gate at the end of Devil’s Cay Court. Security were able to catch up to 3 of the 13-year-olds and when officers arrived, they were able to contact their parents.

Officers received a report of a domestic disturbance at a Hanes Drive residence. Upon arrival officers it was discovered the report was made by a third party in Reynoldsville when her 26-year-old daughter had called her about a shouting match at the apartment. Officers handled the situation without incident.

 

November 24, 2019

A 56-year-old Fire Tower Road man reported that his single axle utility trailer was taken from his property. Investigation continues.

A 46-year-old man reported resident reported receiving a harassing phone call from a restricted number.

A 17-year-old boy lost control of his vehicle while traveling on Bay Road in Treasure Lake causing it to travel over an embankment on Harbor View Road. No injuries reported.

A Circle Road resident reported that his neighbor left there dog out in the cold for approximately 2 hours. Shortly after the initial call he called back to report the dog was taken in.

Employees found a wallet in dining room of Wendy’s.

 

November 25, 2019

A Treasure Lake resident reported that he she arrived home she found her front door open and was afraid there was someone in her house. Officers arrived and found the house to empty. The owner did not find anything out of the ordinary. It is believed the door was not shut tight.