Clearfield, PA – Clearfield Borough Police handled two separate calls about women who were providing fake urine samples for mandatory drug tests. They also were called to a business on River Road for reports of a man who was refusing to wear a mask inside of the business and got into a verbal argument with someone.
Read the full police reports from Clearfield Borough Police Department, released Thursday, April 23:
Police were dispatched to the Clearfield Probation Office for a female who attempted to provide a fake urine sample during a mandatory drug test. Charges are expected to be filed.
Clearfield Borough Police were dispatched to the Clearfield Probation Office for a female who attempted to filter her urine using a small device during a mandatory drug test. The female admitted to using methamphetamine recently and charges are expected to be filed.
Officers were dispatched to the area of Cemetery Road for a suspicious person. According to the caller, a male was to have been viewed walking behind homes. Officers arrived and searched the area on foot but did not locate anyone.
Police were dispatched to the area of West Front and Nichols Streets for an erratic driver. Police observed surveillance footage from a business that had the car on camera. The incident is under further investigation.
Clearfield Borough Police were dispatched to a business on River Road for a report of a male refusing to wear a mask inside of the business. The male was to have engaged in a verbal argument with another individual inside of the business. The male left the scene before police arrival.
Police were dispatched to a residence on Park Avenue for found drug paraphernalia in front of the callers house. An officer responded and disposed of the items.
Officers conducted a traffic stop and it was found that the driver was in possession of drug paraphernalia and also had an active warrant through the Clearfield Sheriff’s Office. The male was transported to CCJ and charges are expected to be filed for the drug equipment violation.