Clearfield, PA – Clearfield Borough Police dealt with a few calls recently for a dog bite, a stolen wallet, and smoke seen coming from a house.
Police reports from Clearfield Borough Police, released on Feb. 24:
Police responded to an incident of harassment outside of a local establishment on Daisy Street. According to the complainant, she was getting into her vehicle when a female walked up to her and began yelling. The female then left the area. The complainant just wanted the incident to be documented.
Officers were notified of a hit and run that occurred in the parking lot of a local business located on Reed Street. The complainant’s truck had a small dent on the passenger side door and a large scratch. The incident is under further investigation.
A female reported that her wallet was possibly stolen from a local business. The female called in shortly after making the report informing officers that she had found it.
Police were dispatched to a reported structure at a residence on Spruce Street. The complainant stated that there was heavy smoke coming from the chimney. Officers arrived and viewed that a normal amount of smoke was coming out of the chimney. Officers also made contact with the homeowners and they stated everything was fine.
Lawrence Township Police Departments had a vehicle stopped in front of Tractor Supply. The driver had a warrant through this department and officers responded to the scene. The driver was able to satisfy the warrant.
Police were dispatched to the Nichols Street bridge for a vehicle accident. One vehicle rear-ended another vehicle. One vehicle came to a rest on the sidewalk of the bridge. Both drivers were not injured, and they were able to drive the vehicles away.
Police responded to a psychological emergency at a residence on West Front Street. The individual willingly spoke with a CRISIS delegate on the phone.
Police were dispatched to a residence on Daisy Street for a reported dog bite. According to the caller, one juvenile was bit multiple times by a pit bull. Clearfield EMS arrived on scene and transported the juvenile to Clearfield Penn Highlands for further treatment. Animal Control arrived on scene and conducted an investigation.