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Sandy Twp Police: damaged yard, case of mistaken identity, brothers fistfight

Sandy Township, PA – Sandy Township Police handled a few calls over the past week, including an fistfight between brothers, a tractor-trailer that damaged a yard on South 8th Street, and a report of a strange man standing in someone’s driveway that turned out to be a relative of the caller.

 

February 25, 2020

While on a break at work, a 26-year-old man and his 29-year-old brother got into an argument resulting in the older brother punching the younger one in the face, then fleeing the scene. Charges filed and the 29-year-old was located and arrested the following day.

A S. 8th Street resident reported that a tractor trailer backed into his driveway causing damage to his yard. He confronted the driver who could not speak English and was unable to get any identifying information. The homeowner was able to get photos of the tractor trailer and of the pickup truck that stopped to assist the truck driver. Investigation continues.

 

February 26, 2020

A 56-year-old Circle Road woman reported her daughter saw her estranged boyfriend standing outside her window. The boyfriend denied being on the property.

A tractor trailer backed into another tractor trailer in the Pilot parking lot, causing damage to the front end. No injuries reported.

A Maple Avenue resident reported someone was walking around in their driveway. She told the man to leave and he did not. Upon officer’s arrival at the residence, the man was gone, but was located walking down Eastern Ave. It was found that man was a relative of the caller and had been at the house earlier. The caller thought he had left and didn’t realize it was him in the driveway.

 

February 27, 2020

No incidents to report