- Police were dispatched to the area of Nichols Street for a report of a vehicle that was to be driving all over the roadway. Police responded and were unable to locate the vehicle.
- Police were asked to check the welfare of a male along Front Street. Police located the male who was found to be okay.
- Police responded to Market Street for a disturbance between a male and female. Police arrived and found the altercation was verbal. The female involved was found to have an active warrant but was able to resolve it on scene.
- Police responded to Williams Street and Merrill Street for a report of lines being down along with a pole. Police found the pole and wires were not in use. The fire department arrived and was able to clear the lines off the roadway.
- Police checked on a suspicious male along S. 4th Street and found he was waiting for his friend to return.
- Police handled a traffic complaint along E. Market Street.
- Police responded to Spruce Street where a cable line became dislodged from a residence and was lying across the roadway.
- A female was found to be staggering along E. Market Street and was intoxicated. The female was found to have an active arrest warrant from the Clearfield County Sheriff’s office. The female as taken to the jail.
- Police handled several minor vehicle accidents over the weekend.
- Police arrested a male along Williams Street after he was found to have several warrants for his arrest. The male was transported to the jail.
- Police responded to a noise complaint along Daisy Street. The individuals were advised of the complaint and agreed to keep the noise down.
- At approximately 1:45 a.m., DuBois City Police were dispatched to a residence on W. Washington Avenue for the report of harassment. The victims in the incident advised police that they have been receiving threatening text messages from an unknown person. In one of the texts the unknown individual stated that they were watching the victims. The investigation continues.
- At approximately 12:24 p.m. DuBois City Police were dispatched to a two-vehicle accident on Beaver Drive. The accident involved a 2016 Toyota 4-Runner and 2014 Jeep Cherokee. Upon arrival, police saw that parties exchanged information. Nobody was injured and both vehicles were able to be driven from the scene. Police cleared without further incident.
- At approximately 3:15 p.m., the DuBois City Police were dispatched to a residence on the 100-block of Olive Avenue in reference to harassment. Upon the arrival of police, they made contact with the victim who advised them that a known female walked by her and started making derogatory comments about her and her son. The incident is under further investigation.
- At 5:18 p.m., DuBois City Police were dispatched to 100 N. Main St. in reference to a female trying to get into multiple vehicles. Upon the arrival of police, they made contact with the female involved and were able to determine that the female was in need of medical attention. The female was very disoriented and confused. An ambulance was dispatched and transported the female to Penn Highlands Emergency Room for medical treatment.
- At 6:13 p.m. the DuBois City Police were dispatched to call a male victim in reference to a theft of medication. The male advised police that sometime between March 26 through this date, someone stole his medications. The victim stated that the medications were locked in his bedroom and that his key to the bedroom was also missing. The investigation continues.
- At approximately 1:05 a.m., DuBois City Police were dispatched to Penn Highlands Emergency Room for the report of a out-of-control patient. Upon the arrival of police staff advised police that the male patient was being disorderly. Upon making contact with the patient, he was being calm and was not causing anymore problems. Upon making sure that everything was under control and the scene was safe, officers cleared from the incident.
- At approximately 2:37 p.m., the DuBois City Police were dispatched to a residence on the 200-block of W. Scribner Avenue for the report of a noise complaint. Upon the arrival of police, officers made contact with the resident, who apologized and stated that she would keep the noise down. No further action was needed by police.
- At approximately 3:16 p.m., the DuBois City Police were dispatched to the 600-block of Liberty Boulevard for the report of a physical assault that just took place. Upon the arrival of police they made contact with one of the male individuals involved. The male stated to police that a known male walked up to his vehicle and grabbed him by the throat and started choking him. He stated that after this occurred, he punched the male in the face in self defense. Police then made contact with the other male involved and he stated that the other male was the aggressor and just started punching him in the face. Police also spoke to multiple witnesses in reference to the incident. The investigation continues and charges are pending.
- At approximately 5:30 p.m., the DuBois City Police were dispatched to a residence on the 100-block of W. Washington Avenue for the report of an assault involving two female roommates. Upon the arrival of police they made contact with the females involved. Both females stated that the other one struck them. They were able to be separated for the evening and neither wanted to press charges against the other.
- A vehicle driven by a St. Marys man backed into a vehicle driven by a Fall Rivers, Mass. woman in the Walmart parking lot. No injuries and minor to moderate damage reported.
- A 58-year-old woman reported an unknown individual used her account to purchase a new cell phone worth $1,200 in New Jersey. Investigation continues.
- A 40-year-old Circle Road man reported that his grandchild’s mother came to his residence to see the child and he didn’t want her there. Officers handled the situation without incident without incident.
- A 28-year-old Tozier Avenue woman reported that while she was backing out of a parking space at Walmart, another vehicle was also backing up and the two hit. The woman did not get the other driver’s information.
- False alarm at S&T Bank.
- A 60-year-old man reported that a vehicle that did not have a visible handicapped placard was parking in a handicap spot in the Save-A-Lot parking lot and he was blocking the vehicle. Upon arrival officers found the vehicle owner to be a 90-year-old Korean War Veteran who did have a valid placard that he had not displayed.
- A 29-year-old woman lost control of her vehicle on Rockton Road near David Reed Road when a deer ran out in front of her. The vehicle traveled across the road, where it left the pavement, causing it to slide, and strike an embankment which caused the vehicle to roll over onto its roof. Minor injuries and moderate damage to the vehicle reported. The woman showed signs of impairment and when she was transported to the hospital a legal blood draw was done. Charges pending.
- False alarm at Aldi.
- A 27-year-old DuBois woman reported that while her vehicle was parked on Wilson Avenue it was hit and damaged. There was damage to the driver’s front wheel, fender doors and rear fender with a white or silver paint transfer. The offending driver did not leave any contact information.
State Police at Punxsy
- Jeremy A. Chestnut, 42, of Knoxdale, was driving a 2005 Dodge Caravan on SR 28 in Barnett Township, Jefferson County on March 29 at 12:09 p.m. when the brakes on the vehicle failed and he was unablet to stop. The vehicle traveled off the roadway, through a parking lot and went over an embankment before coming to final rest against a tree. Chestnut and his passenger, Gina M. Chestnut, 50, were not injured. Chestnut was charged with operating a vehicle without official certificate of inspection.
State Police at Ridgway
- PSP responded to a welfare check at 1102 Million Dollar Hwy. in Fox Township, Elk County. Upon arrival and further investigation it was determined that the operator, a 42-year-old male of Emporium, was suspected to be under the influence of a controlled substance. He was placed under arrest for suspicion of DUI. Charges pending blood results.
- On March 30 at 2:15 a.m. Terry Armstrong, a 45-year-old female of Johnsonburg, struck James Armstrong, a 59-year-old male of Johnsonburg in the face and arms while he was asleep on the recliner. Charges have been filed.
State Police at Rockview
- On March 29, PSP investigated a Protection From Abuse violation on E. Beaver Street in Philipsburg. The victim was a 54-year-old female.
- On March 16, Kirstyne Skipper, 32, of Bellefonte was arrested on Rolling Ridge Drive/Eagle Point in Benner Township, Centre County, for DUI.
- On March 15 at 5:52 p.m. on Tyrone Pike/Brentwood Drive in Rush Township, Centre County, a traffic stop was initiated for a traffic violation. During the investigation, Brittany Wolford, 27, of Philipsburg was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. Charges filed through District Court.
- On March 29 at 12:53 p.m. at 119 Weights Ln. in Marion Township, Centre County, unknown actors damaged the Marion Township Parks bathroom doors and trash can. There are no suspects.
- Between March 15 and March 30 on North 11th Street in Philipsburg, Centre County, a 60-year-old male from Philipsburg reported a theft from items from his 2004 Ford. Stolen was a Stihl MS200 orange/white chainsaw with “EM” scratched on the side, an da Stihl MS192 orange/white chainsaw with “EM” scratched on the side.