Sandy Township, PA – A hunter was unable to find his way out of the woods on Saturday near Treasure Lake, but police were able to help.

Sandy Township Police had the man call dispatch and were able to track his phone and guide him out of the woods. He was met by officers at the edge of the woods, who verified he was alright.

Also from Sandy Township Police, a 76-year-old man reported that he received solicitation from the National Police Association out of Texas through the mail claiming to benefit local police. The letter was determined to be a scam.

At the DuBois Mall, both Big Lots and Staples received counterfeit $100 bills on Tuesday.

 

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November 28, 2020

Neighbors reported a 35-year-old Denton Ave. woman causing a disturbance inside her home. Officers handled the situation without incident.

False alarm at Tri County Church

A hunter reported he was unable to find his way out of the woods in the vicinity of Treasure Lake. Officers had the man call dispatch in order for them to track his phone and guide him out. The man found his way to his way out of the woods, where he was met by officers who verified he was alright.

A Bella Vista Lane man reported a suspicious vehicle parked outside his home, with out of state plates. Officers were able to determine the vehicle belonged to a neighbor.

 

November 29, 2020

A Smithfield Street man reported his dog missing.

 

November 30, 2020

False alarm at ABCS

A 76-year-old man reported that he received solicitation from the National Police Association out of Texas through the mail claiming to benefit local police. The letter was determined to be a scam.

A 33-year-old Shaffer Road man called police when he and his 37-year-old partner got into an argument. Officers were able to handle the situation without incident.

A 48-year-old Brockway man reported that he was being harassed by 35-year-old Hanes Drive woman who had a dish of his that he is trying to get back.

 

December 1, 2020

Staples and Big Lots both reported receiving counterfeit $100 bills.

A 51-year old DuBois woman was making a U-Turn on S. Brady Street when a vehicle driven by a 53-year-old DuBois woman was unable to stop in time to avoid a collision. No injuries reported.

Officers responded to several accidents that occurred due to weather conditions.