Sandy Township Police Reports – April 12-15

April 12, 2019

Officers received a call about people coming door to door trying to sell them something, in the area of Keen Trailer Court. Officers located the individuals who were in a white SUV with NY plates, and verified the passengers were selling Kirby Vacuum Cleaners. The men were informed of the proper procedure for obtaining a permit to solicit in Sandy Township.

A Treasure Lake man reported a known woman harassing him and his wife. He said the woman has been continuously contacting them, even though she has been told to stop. Officers handled the situation without incident.

April 13, 2019

A vehicle driven by a 58 year old Philipsburg woman and a vehicle driven by a 46 year old Marion Center woman backed into each other in the Walmart parking lot. No injuries and neither vehicle required towing.

False alarm at Fed Ex

A vehicle driven by a 44 year old DuBois woman hit a vehicle driven by a 60 year old DuBois man while pulling from a parking space in the Aldi’s parking lot. No injuries and minor to moderate damage reported.

A 19 year old Hanes Drive woman reported that her 29 year old husbands 21 year old brother in law was at their residence causing a problem. Upon arrival officers learned that he had been making rude comments to the woman and she wanted him to leave. There were no safety concerns for any of the parties involved. Officers handled the situation without incident.

April 14, 2019

Officers received a report of an accident at the intersection of S. Main Street and Wayne Road, where a vehicle struck a tree and a male occupant was seen walking from the scene. Officers located the vehicle in a grassy area at the CMA church with the doors open and severe damage. No one was around the vehicle. Investigation continues.

April 15, 2019

A 42 year old Circle Road man reported that he had received a message from someone claiming to be from Rockstar drink company and if he agreed to put advertising on his vehicle they would pay him $500 per month. Upon receipt of a check he found out it was fraudulent.

A 45 year old Hanes drive woman reported that her 44 year old fiancé had called and demanded she return to the residence when she was out running errands. When she returned home, he began a verbal altercation that escalated into a physical event that caused visible injuries to the woman. When she managed to escape the residence, she reported the incident to police. Charges were filed and the man was taken into custody and transported to CCJ.

Officers received a third party report of a domestic disturbance at a Hanes Drive residence. Upon arrival officers located a 26 year old woman and her 33 year old boyfriend. The woman reported they had a verbal altercation but that it had ended. Officers handled the situation without incident.

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