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Clearfield Police: disturbance, trash in yard

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Clearfield, PA – Clearfield Borough Police are investigating a number of small incidents, including a woman who was knocking on someone else’s door after previously being warned not to and a man who left bulk garbage and trash in the back yard of another person’s home.

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Read the police reports from the Clearfield Borough Police Department, released Sept. 7, 2021:

Police responded to a report of a female “banging” on the front door of another person’s residence. Police arrived and found that the female had been previously warned. Citations to be filed.

Police received a report of a male who had left bulk garbage and miscellaneous trash in the back yard of another person’s residence. Police are investigating.

Police responded to a report of a reckless driver in the area of E Market St. Police located the vehicle and found the driver to be experiencing a medical emergency. EMS was requested to the scene.

Police responded to a report of an unresponsive female that had fallen in her home. Police are EMS crews responded and assisted the female.

Police responded to the area of the Turnpike Ave for a male that had left the hospital and contained multiple warrants. Police located and apprehended the male.

 

Read the police reports from the Clearfield Borough Police Department, released Sept. 8, 2021:

While on patrol, police observed a wanted male in the area of Nichols St and W Front St. Police took the male into custody.

Lawrence Township Police and Clearfield Police responded to a report of an erratic driver. Officers searched the area with negative results.

Police responded to a verbal altercation at an E Locust St residence. Police made contact with the residents, and they agreed to separate for the evening.

Police responded to a report of a female that was unconscious in a parked vehicle. Police arrived in the area and located the female. The female was found to be okay and was just resting in the car.

Police located a misplaced firearm in the area of W Front St and Nichols St. If you have lost a firearm recently, please contact The Clearfield Borough Police at 814-765-1533.