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DuBois City Police: woman screaming because cat dragged animal into home

DuBois, PA – DuBois City Police were called out recently for a possible domestic disturbance that thankfully turned out to much less serious.

Although a concerned citizen had called officers to a home in the 700 block on West Long Avenue last Tuesday night, it was found that a woman had just been yelling because her cat dragged another animal into the home.

In another case handled by DuBois City Police last week, officers helped with a stray dog. The caller had taken the pit bull into their place of business and provided food, water and shelter until the owner could be located. The Clearfield County Dog Warden was also notified as this has been a ongoing issue with the dog owner.

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Read the DuBois City Police reports from Oct. 27:

At 12:49 am Office’s were dispatched to 415 South Avenue for a domestic disturbance. The female caller stated that her boyfriend threw a beer on her during a argument. The male denied the allegation and neither person wanted to leave the residence.

At 11:22 am Officer’s were contacted by the Punxsutawney Borough Police Department who had Chad Dull in custody on a DuBois City and Clearfield County Domestic relations warrant. Dull was placed in the Clearfield County Jail.

At 1:09 pm Officer’s received a report of a stray dog on South Jared Street. The caller had taken the pit bull into their place of business and provided food, water and shelter until the owner could be located. The Clearfield County Dog Warden was also notified as this has been a ongoing issue with the dog owner.

At 6:10 pm Officer’s were dispatched to a two vehicle crash at the intersection of West Long Avenue and Franklin Street. A Chrysler PT Cruiser was pulling from Franklin Street after being waived out by another motorist and pulled into the path of a Chevrolet Trax traveling west. The Chrysler was towed from the scene. No injuries were reported and Officer’s provided both driver’s with a accident information exchange sheet.

At 8:32 pm Officer’s were contacted by the Apollo Police Department about a local warrant. Apollo PD advised that they had Leonard Bloom Sr. in custody on a DuBois City Police warrant. Bloom was transported to the Clearfield County Jail.

At 9:55 pm Officer’s were dispatched to the 700 block of West Long Avenue for a possible domestic disturbance. It was determined that the female was yelling because her cat had carried another animal into the residence. No further action required.

 

Read the DuBois City Police reports from Oct. 26:

Officers were dispatched to Green Glen Dr. in reference to the callers car door being open. The caller reported she knows the car door was shut earlier in the day. Upon arrival, officers checked the vehicle and it appeared that nothing was out of place. The caller confirmed nothing was taken or appeared to be out of place. No one was located in the area.

Officers were dispatched to 22 Hoover Ave., Post Officer, for a burglary alarm. Upon arrival, the building was found to be secure. No key holder responded.