Sandy Township, PA – Sandy Township Police responded to calls about a nude man walking down Oklahoma Salem Road. They were unable to find him.

They dealt with a family that had called police because their 16-year-old daughter was being disrespectful. Some of the other Sandy Township Police reports include the theft of part of a vehicle, a Petco employee who stole $500 from the company, and a scam involving a check that was written for more than the agreed upon amount.

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February 10, 2020

A man reported someone attempted to take the catalytic converter our of his truck while it was parked at Miller Brothers Furniture on Slab Run Road.

Petco management reported an employee had taken over $500 from the store by doing fraudulent returns. Investigation continues.

A 75-year-old Kilmer Road man reported receiving a call from a man claiming to be from Microsoft wanting bank account information to pay a past due balance. The man recognized it as a scam call and hung up on the caller.

A 35-year-old Hanes Drive woman called police when her 16-year-old daughter began being disrespectful and was acting out. Officers handled the situation without incident.

 

February 11, 2020

A Pacific Avenue man reported that he had he sold a smoker through Craigs List, and the person who was interested in purchasing it sent a check for over the amount of the sale, asking him to cash the check and send the excess back to him. After the check did not clear, the purchaser asked the man to wire him $1,600 so he could write another check. The man did so, then realized it may be a scam.

 

February 12, 2020

Officers responded to Treasure Lake for a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival at the Smuggles Road residence, the male caller told police that the woman at the residence would not let him use the restroom and would not leave the door open. Officers handled the situation without incident.

 

February 13, 2020

Officer received several reports of a nude male walking down Oklahoma Salem Road waving at cars. Officers were unable to locate the man.

A Greenwood Cemetery Road resident reported that their garbage cans were damaged and thrown in their driveway.