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Clearfield Police: woman struggles with oxygen, lost child, kids throwing rocks

Clearfield, PA – Clearfield Borough Police assisted a woman who was struggling with her oxygen tank, a child who was lost from their guardian, and reports of kids throwing rocks at road signs near the Clearfield River Walk.

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Read the Clearfield Borough Police reports, released July 13, 2021:

Police responded to a Spruce St residence for a “911 hang up call”. Police arrived in the area and located the caller. Police found that the male was safe and that it was an accidental call.

Clearfield Borough Police officers responded to a W 2nd Ave residence for a report of an assault. Police arrived and separated the parties involved. Charges pending.

Officers responded to a NW 4th Ave residence for a welfare check. Police arrived and found the individual in question to be safe.

Clearfield Borough Police received a report of a possible PFA violation involving an individual traveling to the protected victim’s workplace. Police are investigating.

Police responded to a Bigler Ave business for a report of an unattended young child walking in the area. Police arrived and located the child and the caller. Police assisted the child with returning to his guardians.

Lawrence Township Police requested this department’s assistance with a report of a physical altercation taking place in a vehicle on Maple Ave. Police arrived separated the parties. LTPD is investigating.

Officers responded to a report of a female yelling inside her residence on W Locust St. Police arrived and discovered the female was having difficulty with her oxygen tube/tank. Police and EMS assisted the female with operating the equipment.

Police responded to a report of an altercation at a NW 3rd St residence. Police arrived and separated the parties involved. Neither party requested charges on the other.

Clearfield Borough Police officers responded to a report of harassment that occurred at a Leavy Ave address. Police made contact with both parties involved and instructed them to no longer have contact with each other.

Police responded to a report of multiple juveniles throwing rocks at road signs near the River Walk. Police arrived and made contact with the juveniles who were warned of their actions.

Officers assisted an elderly female at a Witmer St address with exiting her husband’s vehicle and entering her residence.

Police responded to a report of a medical emergency at a N 2nd St Address. Police and EMS assisted the individual to the hospital.