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Sandy Twp Police: shooting into ground, welfare check, noise complaints

Sandy Township, PA – The long Labor Day weekend proved to be fairly uneventful in Sandy Township, with a couple of small complaints that were mostly handled without incident.

Sandy Township officers say they handled a welfare check of an elderly man in Treasure Lake because the caller saw several people gathered in the man’s front yard. It turned out that they were church members recording a segment for their church service.

A Turkey Farm Road resident complained that some other church members were playing instruments. Officers handled the situation without incident.

Treasure Lake Security reported receiving complaints about a resident in Cayman Landing shooting a gun into the ground multiple times. Officers were unable to locate the responsible party.

Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress in the Walmart parking lot. Upon arrival officers located a group of young people who reported they were just messing around wrestling in the parking lot.

 

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September 4, 2020

A Treasure Lake resident requested officers check the welfare of his elderly neighbor because there were several people gathered in his front yard. Upon speaking with the group it was found that they were church members recording a segment for their church service. The situation was handled without incident.

Officers received a report of a dog in a vehicle in the parking lot of the Fusion Buffet. The vehicle was gone upon officer’s arrival.

 

September 5, 2020

A 54-year-old Turkey Farm Road resident called to report church members were playing instruments. Officers handled the situation without incident.

A 45-year-old Clearfield man reported while in some businesses in Sandy Township, someone hit and caused damage to his vehicle.

Treasure Lake Security reported receiving complaints about a resident in Cayman Landing shooting a gun into the ground multiple times. Officers were unable to locate the responsible party.

 

September 6, 2020

A 20-year-old Hanes Drive woman reported a known male was harassing her. Officers handled the situation without incident.

Walmart employees reported that a man became angry and causing a scene when employees asked him to leave because he was selling CD’s in the store. The man left the area prior to officers’ arrival.

Officers were called to a Wasson Ave. residence for a female yelling and screaming off the back deck of a home. Upon arrival officer locate the woman who reported she was just venting and felt better. The situation was handled without incident.

 

September 7, 2020

Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress in the Walmart parking lot. Upon arrival officers located a group of young people who reported they were just messing around wrestling in the parking lot.

Officers received a report of two male threatening two females in the Snappy’s parking lot. Officers handled the situation without incident.