Clearfield, PA – Clearfield Borough Police helped with an incident earlier this week of a man threatening a woman with an axe, as he traveled from the Lawrence Township jurisdiction into the Clearfield Borough jurisdiction. Thanks to our officers for working together!
Clearfield Borough Police also helped out a man who needed a place to go. The unnamed man had initially been reported as a suspicious person, but officers found he was hanging around High Street and Clark Street because he had nowhere else to go. Police say they gave him a courtesy transport to a local establishment, though they don’t say where that was.
Clearfield Police also received a report from a resident on Merrill Street for a neighbor that was mowing their grass too late in the day. Please be mindful of what time it is when you are doing loud activities, and be aware of any noise ordinances where you live.
Read the full police reports from the Clearfield Borough Police Department, released Oct. 19, 2021:
1. Police were dispatched to a residence on West Locust Street for a welfare check. Once on scene, police located and spoke to a male. No further action was taken.
2. Police were dispatched to West 7th Avenue for a welfare check. Police made contact with a male who stated everything was fine.
3. Police conducted a traffic stop and it was found that two passengers held active warrants. Upon further investigation, drug paraphernalia was located within the vehicle. Charges are pending on a female.
4. Police were dispatched to the area of High Street and Clark Street for a suspicious male. Upon arrival, it was found that the male had no where to go so he was given a courtesy transport to a local establishment.
5. Police responded to an incident of harassment on Hook Street. Upon arrival, it was found that a female stared at another female as she exited her car.
6. Police from this department assisted the Lawrence Township Police with a firearm related call on Byers Street.
7. Police received a call from a resident on Merrill Street in reference to his neighbor mowing grass too late in the day.
8. Police assisted the Lawrence Township Police with taking a male into custody at the Nichols Street Sheetz. It was found that he threatened another motorist with an axe in the Township’s jurisdiction. CLICK HERE to read more about this incident.