DUBOIS, PA – AUGUST 10.2015 —
The DuBois City Police were dispatched to Penn Highlands West Campus for a report of an unruly male patient at 5:19 am and again at 7:55 am. Medical personal reported the patient was being held on a 302 warrant and was attempting to leave the facility. Officers arrived and were able to resolve the situation. No arrests were made, however Officers did make contact with the local DARPA office due to a link between the unruly patient and the agency.
At 11:08 DuBois City Police were dispatched to the Main Street for a report of a theft from a residence. Police arrived and learned the caller had two firearms stolen from the the residence sometime this year. The firearms were entered into NCIC as stolen and the investigation is on going.
The DuBois City Police were dispatched to 89 Beaver Dr. at 12:35 pm for a single vehicle accident. Officers arrived to find a 2004 Ford Taurus resting inside the doctor’s office. A 54 year old Brookville woman was attempting to park her vehicle when the accelerator was mistakenly used instead of the break. This caused the car to jump the curb, traverse the sidewalk, strike the window and come to rest just inside the office. No one was in the office at the time of the accident. No injuries were reported and the vehicle was drivable. No citations were issued.
Police are investigating four separate incidents of theft of leased property from a business on the 300 block of Liberty Blvd. The leased property is overdue for return or payment and the lessees have failed to comply. The investigation is on going.
At 6:45 pm police were dispatched to assist DuBois EMS on Evergreen Street for a report of a 20 month old child falling from a second story window. Police learned the child was playing with a sibling in an adjacent room to his father. He climbed on a toy chest and while leaning on the screen, the screen gave way allowing the child to fall. The child was flown to Child’s Hospital for emergency treatment. His condition is unknown, but the child was awake and crying at the time of the incident.
A resident of Clinton Avenue reported an attempted break in at 8:06 pm. The caller had left the residence for several hours and when he returned, he saw damage to the screen door and pry marks on the main door. A strange gooey substance was found on the door and window. Entry was not successful and nothing was stolen.
DuBois City Police responded to an activated burglar alarm on McCracken Run Rd at 8:11 pm. Officers arrived and found the building to be secure and waited for a key holder. Once there, the key holder found the front door did not shut properly due to weather stripping. The issue was corrected and the alarm was reset. No further action required.
At 8:54 pm a resident on Stockdale St. summoned police for a report of suspicious activity. The caller reported what they believed to be someone walking around on the second floor of their house where no one should be. Officers arrived and cleared the residence and confirmed there was no intruders. No further action required.
At 11:19 pm an officer preforming traffic enforcement on Maple Avenue witnessed a male exit a vehicle on the 400 block and start punching the vehicle and was yelling. The officer checked on the male and learned he and his girlfriend were arguing over family issues. The female was leaving for the night and the male was instructed not to be disorderly. No arrests were made.