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Clearfield Police: psychological emergencies, DUIs, found class ring


Clearfield Borough, PA – Clearfield Borough Police were busy over the past several days, with multiple reports of people who were suffering from mental health issues or other psychological emergencies. They also made arrests in several DUIs. Clearfield Borough officers also say they found two different lost items that need to be claimed, a spare tire and a class ring from Moshannon Valley High School Class of 1987.

Reports from Clearfield Borough Police, released Feb. 3, 2020:

FOUND PROPERTY: A tire was found laying in the middle of the intersection of South 3rd Street and East Walnut Street. It appears it is a spare tire. Brand is Goodyear Wrangler RT/S with a gray steel rim. The tire appears large enough to belong to a pickup truck or larger SUV. If you believe this tire is yours, please contact the Clfd PD at 814-765-7819.

FOUND PROPERTY: A Moshannon Valley High School Class ring was located on a meter in the Borough. The ring was from graduating class 1987 and has the initials “KWB.” If this is your ring or you know who it belongs to, please contact Clearfield Borough Police at 814-765-7819.

Police responded to a residence along W. 1st Ave for a report of a medical emergency. Police found that a woman was having difficulty breathing. EMS was summoned to the scene.

Officers initiated a vehicle stop along Nichols St for a traffic violation and found the driver to be under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested for Driving Under the Influence.

Clearfield Borough Police were called to the area of S. 2nd St for a report of white van traveling the wrong way. Police were able to locate the vehicle and found it was from out of state and unaware of where they were going.

Police located two juveniles along Park Ave after curfew. The juveniles were transported to their residence.

Officers responded to E. Walnut St for a report domestic. Police arrived and found that a male and female were shouting obscenities towards each other. Police were able to separate the two for the evening.

Police responded to Leavy Ave for activated fire alarm. Police arrived and found that a tenant had burned food.

Clearfield Borough officers responded to an activated alarm along Spruce St. Police found the building to be secure.

Police assisted Clearfield Jefferson Mental Health with serving a mental health warrant on a woman along Spruce St. She was transported to the hospital for an evaluation.

Officers were called to N. 2nd St for a report of a woman that was to be harming herself. Police arrived and found that she was suffering from mental health issues. EMS responded and transported her to the hospital.

Police assisted a motorist along Reed St who had locked their keys inside their vehicle.

Clearfield Borough Police were called to Nichols St for a report of a male passed out inside a vehicle. Police responded, but the vehicle had left the scene prior to arrival.

A man was arrested for DUI after he was stopped along E. Market St for a traffic violation. The drive was found to be under the influence of alcohol.

Police responded to Park Ave for a report of someone on the back porch of a residence. Police arrived and did not locate anyone on the persons porch.

Police initiated a vehicle stop on a vehicle along Krebs Ave and found one of the passengers to have an active warrant. The male was able to pay the funds needed to satisfy the warrant.

Police assisted Lawrence Township Police with apprehending suspects of a Burglary.

Police arrested a male at a residence along Ogden Ave who held several active warrants from the Clearfield County and Clarion County Sheriffs Office. The male was transported to the jail on the warrants.

Officers conducted a vehicle stop on East Market Street for a traffic violation. The driver was found to be exhibiting signs of intoxication, so Field Sobriety Testing was conducted. Based on testing results, he was place in custody and refused a chemical test of blood. The man was then released to a sober adult.

Officers responded to a business on Nichols Street for a male possibly passed out in his vehicle which was stationary in a parking space. Officers arrived and found that the male is required to have an ignition interlock system in the vehicle he is operating. The system was not in the vehicle. The driver will be receiving various citations.

Police responded to a residence on East Market Street for a psychological emergency. Upon arrival, contact was made with a woman who agreed to be transported to Penn Highlands Clearfield for mental health treatment.

Clearfield Borough Police responded to an activated alarm at a business on Spruce Street. Officers cleared the building, and nothing seemed to be out of place nor tampered with. Owners were notified of the incident.

Officers responded to an activated fire alarm at the Henry Myers. It was found that the alarm was activated by food burning in an oven.

Police conducted a vehicle stop on Nichols Street for multiple traffic violations. The driver exhibited signs of intoxication and was asked to perform Field Sobriety Testing. The man was not able to finish testing and was placed in custody for DUI. The male refused a chemical test of blood and was released to a sober adult.

Officers contacted a female at a residence on Ogden Avenue. It was known that a wanted male was to be staying at the residence. Contact was made with the man and he was placed into custody and transported to CCJ. The male was held on the warrants.

Clearfield Borough Police conducted a traffic stop on Merill Street and it was found that one of the passengers had a warrant through this department. The man was able to satisfy the warrant on scene.