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Clearfield Police: assaults and harassment, car runs out of fuel

Clearfield, PA – Clearfield Borough handled many domestic incidents, assaults, and harassment recently.

This includes residents calling Clearfield Borough Police about harassment on social media, two people who were arguing loudly over work that needed completed, the assault of someone who got hit in the face hard enough that it left bruising, tires that were slashed, and a person who was charged with shoplifting after trying to leave an East Market Street business without paying and then becoming aggressive.

Clearfield Borough Police also helped push a vehicle that ran out of fuel. The vehicle puttered out in the intersection of Nichols Street and West Front Street in Clearfield. Police assisted with pushing the vehicle to a nearby parking lot.

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Read the full Clearfield Borough Police reports, released March 3, 2022:

Police responded to Holmes Ave for a report of an altercation between two people. Police arrived and found that the parties were not arguing and only yelling loudly due to work that needs completed. Officers warned the persons of their actions.

Police responded to a report of a potential suicidal female at a N 2nd St residence. The female was ultimately transported to the hospital.

Police responded to a report of a male “slumped” over the steering wheel of a vehicle in the area of E Locust St and N 3rd St. Police located the vehicle that contained two occupants. Both persons relayed that they were just tired. The passenger was found to contain a warrant. She was detained and transported to the jail.

Police received a report of alleged harassment that involved a person being annoyed with another’s posts. Police advised the party to block the other individual.

Police responded to Zimmerman Ave for a noise complainant. Upon arrival, the original caller stated that she no longer needed police because the noise had stopped.

Police responded to the area of S 6th St and Cumberland Ave for a vehicle accident. Police arrived and found both parties to contain no injuries. Police learned that one vehicle made a wide turn and hit another vehicle stopped at a stop sign. One vehicle was towed from the scene.

Police received a report of a tire being slashed at an E Pine St residence. Police are continuing to investigate.

Police responded to a N 5th St residence for a report of an assault. Police arrived and learned that a person had struck another in the face with enough force to cause bruising. Police located the suspect in a nearby bar. The male was taken into custody.

Police responded to the intersection of Nichols St and W Front St for a report of a vehicle that had run out of fuel. Police arrived and assisted with pushing the vehicle to a nearby lot.

Police responded to a report of theft at an E Market St business. The business stated that they were speaking with the suspect but he was becoming aggressive. The male attempted to flee the store but was unable to do so. Police arrived and made contact with the male who then resisted arrest. Police found multiple pieces of merchandise in the male’s pockets.