Sandy Township, PA – In Sandy Township, police investigated a few cases of minor fender benders, most of which were at intersections or parking lots.

In another incident that happened in a parking lot but didn’t actually cause any damage… a 42-year-old Apollo woman reported that she was almost hit by a vehicle driven by a 37-year-old Treasure Lake woman in the Aldi’s parking lot. Then the woman made a rude gesture and followed the Apollo woman around the parking lot. Officers handled the situation without incident.

Sandy Township Police say they were also called by a Narrows Creek Road woman who said someone was dropped off to hunt on her private property.

And in strange news from the DuBois Mall, a 36-year-old DuBois woman reported her son was stuck in a vacant store front in the DuBois mall. Upon arrival officers were unable to locate the woman or her son.

Also at the DuBois Mall, security reported that two women who seemed to be in their 20s were seen dumpster diving on mall property.

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Read the Sandy Township Police reports:

 

November 20, 2020

A tractor trailer driver reported his truck was hit by another truck in the Pilot Parking Lot. Some damage and no injuries reported.

A Narrows Creek Road woman reported a resident being dropped off to hunt on private property.

A 36-year-old DuBois woman reported her son was stuck in a vacant store front in the DuBois mall. Upon arrival officers were unable to locate the woman or her son.

A vehicle driven by an 80-year-old Sykesville woman pulled from Midway Drive onto Commons Drive in the path of a vehicle driven by a 23-year-old Rossiter woman, causing the two to collide. No injuries reported.

A 42-yea- old Apollo woman reported that she was almost hit by a vehicle driven by a 37-year-old Treasure Lake woman in the Aldi’s parking lot. Then the woman made a rude gesture and followed the Apollo woman around the parking lot. Officers handled the situation without incident.

November 21, 2020

DuBois Mall security reported that two females approximately 20 years old were seen dumpster diving on mall property.

 

November 22, 2020

False alarm at Dollar General

Officers received several reports of mailboxes damaged along William Penn Ave.