DuBois Weather

Clearfield Police: man yelling about syringes, large outdoor fire, disturbances

Clearfield, PA – Clearfield Borough Police kept busy on Veterans Day, not just helping out with the holiday ceremony but also dealing with multiple minor incidents that same day.

Officers responded to reports of a disorderly man who was allegedly yelling that he needed syringes. He was found to be experiencing a mental health incident and was taken to the hospital.

Police were also called along with fire crews for a large outdoor fire at a Milford Street home that was becoming out of control. Fire crews arrived and extinguished the flames.

***

Read the Clearfield Borough Police reports, released Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021:

Police responded to a local Bridge St business in reference to a disorderly male. The male was reported to be yelling that he needed syringes. Police arrived on scene and found the male to be experiencing a mental health incident. Police transported the male to the hospital.

Officers responded to a minor vehicle accident near the intersection of Turnpike Ave and Martin St. No injuries were reported and the vehicles were able to be driven from the scene.

Police responded to a report of trespassing at a local business. It was reported that a female was instructed to leave the property but refused. Police are investigating.

Clearfield Borough Police responded to a disturbance at a Daisy St residence that involved two adjacent apartments to be arguing with each other. Police arrived and advised the parties to have no further contact.

Police responded to the parking lot of a local business for a minor vehicle accident. No injuries were reported and both vehicles were able to operated from the scene.

Clearfield Borough Police and fire crews responded to a Milford St residence for an outdoor fire that was becoming out of control. Fire crews arrived on scene and extinguished the flame.

Police participated with the American Legion Veteran’s Day Ceremony and assisted with traffic control.

Police responded to a report of a male who had left the hospital and was threatening staff. Police arrived and located the male who was found to contain a warrant. The male was transported back to the hospital for mental health treatment.