Sandy Township, PA – Residents of Sandy Township called the township police with several reports of suspicious behavior or neighborhood concerns.
In Treasure Lake, a resident said that a suspicious looking man had been seen going into the woods behind her home. She also said she left an envelope for a vendor on her garage door, and the envelope was later found torn open and inside her garage.
In another report, Sandy Township Police were alerted of two teens possibly trying to break into a garage on Juniata Street Extension. Officers were informed by the homeowner that one of the teens was his nephew and that everything was okay.
Sandy Township Police also got a report of a man riding a bicycle with a cart attached and a small child with a helmet in the cart. Although that’s not necessarily unlawful, the caller said the man appeared agitated and they were concerned about it. The man had left before police arrived.
Sandy Township Police say you should feel comfortable reporting any concerns you might have to them, no matter how small.
However, be sure you call the Clearfield County Dispatch Office, not the Sandy Township Municipal Office, especially if the crime is being reported over the weekend. Because someone is not always in the municipal office to answer, it’s important to call a phone number that can connect you with police immediately.
If you need to speak to a police officer to report a crime/incident (no matter how big, small, currently going on, or something that happened in the past), call either 911 or 814-765-1533.
August 15, 2020
A Treasure Like resident reported being told by a neighbor that there was a suspicious looking male that had been seen going into the woods behind their home. She also reported she had left an envelope for a vendor on her garage door, and shortly after the envelope was found, torn open inside the garage.
Officers received a report of a possible break in on Juniata Street Extension. A resident reported seeing two teenagers attempting to break into the neighbor’s garage. Upon arrival officers were informed by the home owner that one of the teens was his nephew and everything was okay.
August 16, 2020
Officers responded to a Treasure Lake residence for a report of a Domestic disturbance at a Treasure Lake residence. A 57-year-old man said his 21-year-old son was out of control and possibly under the influence of something. The two had gotten into an argument and the 21 year old damaged the residence. Upon arrival the son was sitting in his vehicle and his parents were on the porch. Officers handled the situation without incident.
A 47 year old Treasure Lake man reported that his 29-year-old son and his wife got into an argument after his wife stepped on one of the 29-year-old’s children’s toys. Officers handled the situation without incident.
Officers received a report of a man staggering around the Subway parking lot at the DuBois Mall. Upon arrival officers located the man sitting in his vehicle. The man appeared under the influence. When officers performed a PBT, the man was clearly above the legal limit. The man was taken into custody and charges filed.
August 17, 2020
Officers received a report of a man riding a bicycle with a cart attached and a small child with a helmet in the cart. The caller reported the man appeared agitated. He was gone from the area prior to officer’s arrival.
A 78-year-old Reynoldsville man stopped at the stop sign at Midway Drive and Commons Drive, then proceeded to cross the road without clearance and hit a vehicle driven by a 58-year-old Treasure Lake woman. No injuries reported and one vehicle was towed from the scene.
A 59-year-old DuBois woman reported a 44 year old neighbor would not give her car back. Officers spoke to the man who explained he was fixing the car for free and had it up on a jack and the woman began yelling at him and tried to drive the vehicle off the jack. Officers handled the situation without incident.