Sandy Township, PA – A man in Sandy Township swerved to miss a deer and drove into a pond. Sandy Township Police say the 21-year-old driver wasn’t injured and was pulled from the pond by another private vehicle.
Sandy Township Police also handled a few domestic disputes and harassment issues, including the Bath and Body Works store getting phone calls from an unknown man with a Michigan phone number.
Read the full recent Sandy Township Police reports:
September 28, 2020
Employees of Bath and Body Works reported receiving harassing in nature phone calls from an unknown man from a Michigan phone number.
Officers responded to Platt Road for a report of a vehicle in a pond. Upon arrival the 21-year-old driver reported he swerved to miss a deer. The vehicle was pulled from the pond by another private vehicle. No injuries reported.
Officers responded to a domestic dispute between a 42-year-old woman and her 15-year-old daughter. The dispute was verbal in nature and officers handled the situation without incident.
September 29, 2020
A resident reported a woman walking on Kilmer Road pulling a suitcase and dressed inappropriately for the weather. Officers located the woman and gave her a courtesy transport.
An 18-year-old Brockway man lost control of his vehicle due to driving too fast rounding a curve on S. Main Street. He reports he over corrected causing the vehicle to spin on the wet road, crossing the oncoming lane of travel, then climbed an embankment causing the vehicle to roll and come to rest on its roof. No injuries reported and the vehicle was towed from the scene.