Sandy Township, PA – Sandy Township Police say they handled reports of a counterfeit bill, a woman who was acting strangely who admitted to using drugs, and a cooler filled with rotting remains (which were later to be determined to be a bait pile with remains of an animal).
Continue reading for all of the recent Sandy Township Police reports.
February 21, 2020
Snappy’s employees reported receiving another counterfeit $50 bill, possibly from the same person from the day before. Investigation continues.
A 31-year-old S. Brady Street woman reported someone took some tools and two bags of miscellaneous items from the garage behind the house.
False alarm at the Clyde Ferraro building.
Officers received a report of woman acting strange in her vehicle in the Walmart parking lot. Upon arrival officers found the 35-year-old Kersey woman jumping around inside her vehicle. Officers made contact with the woman who admitted to recently using drugs. She contacted a friend to come and pick her up. Charges pending.
A 37-year-old Treasure Lake woman reported she heard someone knocking on her door, but when she went to check, no one was there. Officers checked but did not find anyone in the area.
Officers received a report of a man who seemed to be dozing off in the front seat of a vehicle in the parking lot. Upon arrival officer found the man in the store and he was fine. He had been on the phone in his car and was on his way home from work.
Officers responded to a Hanes Drive residence three separate times for a domestic disturbance between a 35-year-old woman and her 44-year-old boyfriend. The two continually got into verbal arguments and requested the police to try to get the other one out of the apartment. The situation was handled without incident.
February 22, 2020
Officers received a report of a minor accident between two tractor trailers at the Falls Creek Sheetz. One driver reported the other truck left without giving any information.
Officers responded to a medical alarm at ta 12th Street residence. Upon arrival the resident reported it as a false alarm.
An 18-year-old Brookville man pulled from a stop sign on Midway Drive at Industrial Drive into the path of a vehicle driven by a DuBois woman. Moderate to major damage and no injuries reported. The 18-year-old was cited for a stop sign violation.
February 23, 2020
A Blinker Parkway man reported that over night someone hit and damaged his mailbox.
Several juveniles reported finding a cooler with rotting remains. Upon investigation officers determined it to be a bait pile and the remains were of an animal.
Officers received a report of a man in the O’Reilly Auto Parts store, possibly intoxicated. While responding to the store, officers passed a vehicle with man driving. Upon pulling the man over, it was confirmed he appeared to be under the influence. The 53-year-old Circle Road man was able to have a family member pick him up. Charges pending.
February 24, 2020
A 28-year-old Munson woman was pulled over in the area of Circle Road for a traffic violation, when officers learned she had an active warrant. It was also found the vehicle she was driving had a license plate from a different vehicle, the inspection was expired and it was not insured. The woman was taken into custody on the warrant. Charges pending for the vehicle violations.