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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Man Fleeing Police Apprehended Near Sinnemahoning State Park

Guelich facing multiple charges

The Progress-Clearfield, PA

CURWENSVILLE - A Curwensville man was arrested for aggravated assault Sunday after he attempted to run three patrol vehicles off the road as he attempted to flee.

Michael Guelich, 38, was charged with aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person, simple assault and harassment.

According to the police report, Guelich was involved in a domestic dispute with his wife late Saturday night. When police arrived, they found the man's wife and family on the first floor of the residence, while Guelich remained in the basement, armed with several weapons.

While troopers were escorting the family from the residence, Guelich discharged a firearm, firing a bullet up to the first floor area. Police then left the residence with the family.


While en route back to the residence to apprehend Guelich, police observed him traveling toward them on Ridge Road in his pickup truck. Guelich reportedly attempted to run three state police patrol vehicles off the road as he fled.

Troopers later apprehended him at his camp near Sinnemahoning State Park in Clinton County.
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4 comments :

Anonymous said...

wow! Sinnemahoning State Park up and moved to Clinton County! bummer.

Anonymous said...

This goes to show how quickly a cop responding to a domestic can be injured/killed. Dangerous job even in the rurals.

Smokin Joe said...

12:01 (Another Oinker or wannabe) - Sorry, I was too busy worrying about the rest of the family to remember to pay my respect to the officers involved. Neighborhood justice is dangerous too...for the offender. Logging is a dangerous job...EVERYDAY! I wonder when they'll start pointing it out to anyone that will listen?? We're in "awe and oohs" over your PAID "service" to us common folk. (There...do you feel better?)

Anonymous said...

Glad the cops caught that guy before smokin joe could get his hands on him with some "neighborhood justice". I'm sure logging is very dangerous. So is swimming naked in a crab tank. Neither, of course, involve risking your life for a stranger.