Clearfield, PA – While investigating a possible break-in, Clearfield Borough Police found that the man who called about the break-in had left his dog in a crate for four days with limited food and water. Dog Law was contacted and evaluated the animal. Police are continuing to investigate.
Clearfield Borough Police officers also got a report of $200 worth of clothing being stolen out of a local laundromat.
An elderly woman locked herself out of her home and called police, who were also to gain access to her home through an unlocked window and let her in.
Read the Clearfield Borough Police reports, released Oct. 29:
Clearfield Borough Police received a report of a female stealing a soda from a local business. Police made contact with the female who agreed to pay for the item.
Police were dispatched to the parking lot of a local business for a disturbance involving 4 individuals yelling at each other. Police arrived in the area but could not locate the parties involved.
Officers received a report of theft from a local laundry mat. It was reported that $200 worth of clothes were stolen out of one of the machines. Police are investigating.
Police responded to a dispute pertaining to child custody. Police arrived on scene and deescalated the incident.
Clearfield Borough Police responded to a report of an elderly woman being locked outside her residence. Police arrived and were able to gain access to the home through an unlocked window.
Police received a report of a break in at a local residence that occurred earlier. While police were on scene taking the report, they learned that the caller had kept his dog in a crate for 4 days with limited food and water. Dog Law was contacted and evaluated the animal. Police are continuing to investigate.