HomeCrimeSandy Twp Police: harassing texts, family argument in parking lot, disputesSandy Twp Police: harassing texts, family argument in parking lot, disputesTue, March 3, 2020 by wcednewsSHARE NOW Sandy Township, PA – A Long John Silver’s restaurant manager in Sandy Township reportedly received harassing text messages from a 29-year-old DuBois man who had been fired earlier in the day. Sandy Township Police officers are investigating that case.Officers also responded to a call recently from someone concerned that a man in the parking lot of the Fusion Buffet was yelling at someone over the phone and someone in a vehicle. The man explained that his kids were fighting and he was admonishing them. The man was told he needed to be careful about having loud family conversations in public.***Read other Sandy Township Police reports, released on March 2:***February 28, 2020The manager of Long John Silver’s reported being harassed by a 29-year-old DuBois man who had been fired earlier in the day. The man had been continually texting since he had been terminated. The manager also believed the man was under the influence. Officers handled the situation without incident.A 40-year-old S. Brady Street resident reported she kept hearing noises, and thought someone was breaking into her apartment. Officers searched and were not able to find any evidence of an attempted break in. February 29, 2020A 57-year-old Brookville man reported that while his vehicle was parked at Lowes and someone hit an damaged the passenger rear door. Investigation continues.Officers received an anonymous report of an underage party in a field off Hungry Hollow Road. Officers were not able to locate any kind of party. March 1, 2020A 30-year-old Grampian woman and 41-year-old Treasure Lake man got into a dispute that turned physical when the man left the woman at bar and went back to his residence without telling her. Officers handled the situation without incident.A DuBois woman reported there was a man in the parking lot of Fusion Buffet yelling at someone over the phone and someone in a vehicle. Upon arrival officer found the man who explained his kids began fighting and he was admonishing them. He was told he needed to be careful not to hold loud family conversations in a public setting.