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Clearfield Police: attempted narcotics theft, multiple accidents, theft from business


Clearfield, PA – Clearfield Borough Police kept busy with a variety of calls recently, including reports of someone trying to get into a bedroom to get prescription narcotics, multiple traffic hazards and accidents due to the winter weather, and a theft from an East Market Street business.

Police reports from Clearfield Borough Police for Feb. 2:

Clearfield Borough Police responded to a disturbance at an Ogden Ave residence. It was reported that a resident was attempting to gain entry to another resident’s bedroom with the intent to obtain prescription narcotics. Police arrived on scene and the male involved was later taken to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.

Police responded to a vehicle accident at the intersection of Ogden Ave and Power Ave. The accident was caused by poor roadway conditions that resulted in a vehicle unable to stop for a stop sign.

Clearfield officers responded to a vehicle that became stuck on the railroad tracks. Police and towing services arrived on scene and removed the vehicle.

Police responded to multiple traffic hazards as a result of the latest snow storm. Police and Fire Crews assisted with traffic control as motorists were detoured through Clearfield Borough.

Clearfield Borough Police received a report of a theft that had occurred at a local E Market St business. The owner reported that upon arriving at work, they observed the back door to be open and money to be missing from inside. Police are investigating.

Police responded to a report of an individual experiencing a cardiac arrest while in a vehicle that was parked near a local business. Police and EMS Crews arrived on scene and administered CPR and Narcan. The male began to stabilize and was transported to the hospital.

Officers were dispatched to a S 5th St residence for a residential burglary alarm. Police arrived, secured the area, and observed no signs of a “break-in”. The call was determined to be a false alarm and police cleared.