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Clearfield Couple Wanted Following Alleged Stabbing

Man Charged in Alleged Assault at Lawrence Park Village

 

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CLEARFIELD – A Clearfield couple is wanted following a stabbing incident Friday at Golden Rod Storage.

According to Lawrence Township police, a 30-year-old Clearfield man attempted to confront his ex-girlfriend, 28-year-old Lacey Hinks of Clearfield, in order to retrieve some of his personal belongings.

She allegedly “attacked” him with a knife, cutting his forearm multiple times. It was noted that lacerations were observed when the victim spoke with police on-scene.

Police say Hinks fled the scene with 38-year-old Alan “Bucky” Erskine of Clearfield in a vehicle that was later recovered from the McDonald’s parking lot. Erskine is currently wanted by the Clearfield County Sheriff’s Department.

Hinks will face charges for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Anyone with information is asked to contact Lawrence Township police at 814-765-1647/48 or 814-765-1533.

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So much for the "LOVE SHACK".

His Chrysler was as big as a whale and he still couldn't get away.


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11 minutes ago, fedup said:

So much for the "LOVE SHACK".

His Chrysler was as big as a whale and he still couldn't get away.

I thought the "Love Shack" was the Walmart Distribution Center.  


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Erskine Waives Hearing on Hindering Apprehension, Drug-related Charges

DuBois Man Accused of Pleasuring Himself While Standing Naked in Window
 
 

CLEARFIELD – One of three people charged following an alleged stabbing incident, that occurred in September in Clearfield, was scheduled for court on Tuesday.

Alen E. Erskine, 38, of Clearfield, was originally charged by Officer Levi Olson of the Lawrence Township police with conspiracy-aggravated assault, hinder apprehension (two counts), flight to avoid apprehension and manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver, all felon

He was also charged with make, repairs, sell, etc. offensive weapon, conspiracy-terroristic threats, simple assault and disorderly conduct, intentional possession of controlled substance (three counts), and use/possession of drug paraphernalia (25 counts) and driving while license is suspended, all misdemeanors.

Erskine waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday on all the charges, except for conspiracy-aggravated assault, terroristic threats and simple assault and make, repairs, sell, etc. offensive weapon, which were withdrawn. His bail is set at $50,000 monetary.

The charges stem from a stabbing incident that occurred at 11:47 a.m. Sept. 18 at Golden Rod Storage, Clearfield, according to the affidavit of probable cause filed with the office of Magisterial District Judge Mike Morris.

A 30-year-old Clearfield man said he attempted to confront his ex-girlfriend, Lacey D. Hinks, 28, of Clearfield, in order to retrieve a personal item when she “attacked” him with a knife, cutting his forearm twice.

The victim said Hinks was in a black Chevrolet Cruze with the back window broken out, and that Erskine and Joshua R. Neptune, 30, of Munson were in the vehicle with her. He had also left the scene and was walking in the direction of Leonard Street.

He said they fled on U.S. Route 322 or possibly on state Route 879 towards the Industrial Park where they had used his credit card to book a room at the Hampton Inn, Clearfield.

Upon arrival in the area, Olson located the victim on 21st Street near the Clearfield County Jail, and also conducted a follow-up interview the next day upon review of surveillance footage of the incident.

The victim said he and Hinks had broken up approximately one week earlier, and she had refused to return his credit card.  He said she recently used it to book a room at the Hampton Inn.

He said as he walked on Daisy Street towards Clearfield, he observed Hinks with Erskine and Neptune, they pulled into Golden Rod Storage and he approached them in order to retrieve his credit card.

Hinks allegedly “charged” him with a folding knife that had an approximate four-inch blade in her hand. Then, he said she “jabbed” the knife towards him, slashing his forearm twice.

He said he threw a rock in Hinks’ direction, and she tried to get Erskine to exit the vehicle and fight him. He said when Hinks charged him again, he threw another rock towards her.

The victim said Hinks walked back to the vehicle, and tried to get Erskine and Neptune to fight him. When she came back towards him a third time, he threw another rock and it broke the back window of the vehicle.

He said he continued to throw rocks until Hinks, Erskine and Neptune fled, and he called 911 as he walked away from the scene. It was noted that during the first interview, Olson observed two lacerations on the victim’s right forearm.

During his 911 call, Olson said the victim refused a medical evaluation. However, he summoned emergency personnel to the scene, and they convinced the victim to undergo an evaluation and treatment at Penn Highlands Clearfield.

As part of the investigation, Olson learned Erskine was wanted by the Clearfield County Sheriff’s Office and that Hinks was on supervised bail through Clearfield County Probation. Probation issued a detainer for Hinks as a result of the incident.

Olson and Police Chief Doug Clark checked area hotels as well as Hinks’ last known address, but she hadn’t been there since December of 2019. They also checked a possible location in Curwensville with negative results.

Following the search, Olson returned to Golden Rod Storage to review surveillance of the incident. It showed a vehicle as it pulled into the facility and parked, the victim as he approached and the subsequent altercation as he had described to police.

Several township officers responded to McDonald’s, located along the Clearfield-Shawville Highway, for a report of a possible stolen vehicle and a witness told police Hinks and a male dropped the keys off in the restaurant and left.

The witness contacted Hinks via Facebook asking why the vehicle was there and what happened to it.  With permission, Olson reviewed the conversation in which Hinks claimed the victim confronted them, tried to fight Erskine and smashed the window with a rock.

She allegedly admitted to having stabbed the victim, and that they had to leave the car there because both she and Erskine were wanted by authorities. She said they’d seen police at the Hampton Inn and McDonald’s was the closest and safest place to leave it.

Olson had the vehicle impounded to search its contents for the knife, drugs and paraphernalia. The search allegedly turned up the weapon used in the assault, a pair of metal knuckles and a cinch sack with a large assortment of lighters.

A wooden box marked “Lacey” and “Bucky” contained one methylphenidate hydrochloride tablet, a glass bottle with a white crystal substance, a small knife, a plastic card with residue, razor blades and a bundle of wax paper wraps.

A black plastic box contained a spoon and tweezers with residue, a package of small plastic baggies, cotton swabs, syringes and rolling paper, according to the affidavit of probable cause.

The tool bag allegedly contained a plastic jar of white powder, a metal tray, tweezers, foil and a pipe with residue as well as a butane lighter, a container of syringes and a package of small plastic baggies.

A camouflage bag contained scraping tools, two digital scales, a large assortment of plastic baggies and a glass bong and pipe, both of which had residue, police said.

The glass jar of white powder and glass bottle of a white crystal substance were logged as evidence and prepared to be sent to the Pennsylvania State Police Erie Crime Lab for analysis.

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On 12/27/2020 at 8:41 AM, Lyndsey33 said:

Gee I can't imagine why they broke up. She is insane. 

No doubt about it. I looked it up on the portal and they all have court dates in early January and I am guessing they won't show up

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4 hours ago, BillyC said:

I looked on her FB page and she had said she's tired and ready to go to Muncy and get it over with.

Yeah that's quite an interesting page...it's one of those things that look like every single picture is fake and every single thing on it for that matter looks fraudulent.  

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2 hours ago, disgruntled said:

Did ya get a look at the boyfriend?  Geez- Louise. 

Who is the boyfriend? Can not wrap my head around the kind of person who would be the boyfriend 

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1 hour ago, Guest Ames said:

Who is the boyfriend? Can not wrap my head around the kind of person who would be the boyfriend 

I believe the victim was the (or maybe "an"?) ex-boyfriend.  I'm assuming the Erksine character is the new/current boyfriend. 


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So apparently everyone involved in this is in jail EXCEPT this woman...incredible.

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Update: The person attacked, has skipped out on court dates and his bail has been revoked, after it was lowered of course. The same for the female, who apparently didn't show up for court either. 

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12 hours ago, Guest Ames said:

Update: The person attacked, has skipped out on court dates and his bail has been revoked, after it was lowered of course. The same for the female, who apparently didn't show up for court either. 

Wouldn't want to go to court in this corrupt  county... 

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14 hours ago, Guest Ames said:

Update: The person attacked, has skipped out on court dates and his bail has been revoked, after it was lowered of course. The same for the female, who apparently didn't show up for court either. 

How do you know all this? Just curious. 🧐

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2 hours ago, jt85 said:

Wouldn't want to go to court in this corrupt  county... 

What makes you say this? Have you been in the court system? Who are you pointing out as corrupt?

Is there anything at all you “like” about living in Clearfield Co? Anything??

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4 hours ago, Bon said:

How do you know all this? Just curious. 🧐

The information is public domain. There is a site called ujs portal that provides all of this. If you would like I can provide a link

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Why so accusatory Bon? None of us are the ones who committed felony assault with a deadly weapon. None of us are the ones who committed felony crimes of ANY kind. Most of us simply want to know why all these criminals continue to run the streets freely. Most of us simply want to know why the county is overwhelmed with crime while criminals continue to post obscene low bail amounts that would NEVER be that low in just about any other county in pa.

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On 1/19/2021 at 10:22 AM, Bon said:

What makes you say this? Have you been in the court system? Who are you pointing out as corrupt?

Is there anything at all you “like” about living in Clearfield Co? Anything??

I've seen how the system works here. I have no criminal record. And I've been to clearfield county jail. It's adult daycare. I'm just saying I wouldn't want to go back or to any jail in that matter. I love my freedom. And yes I like the people here and I love the outdoors but that doesn't mean I hate the area because of the cops or court system or the fact there are no good paying jobs here. I just would rather be where my family is.  I've lived here my entire life and I've seen many places and I feel like there is more potential in this area then the people that run it sees. I feel they are about money but don't want to do anything to bring it in. Hopefully in the next ten we will see more opportunities around and here.

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Why is a person who committed 4 felonies running around free on 5,000 dollars bail

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Just checked the portal and the criminal who committed these offenses is now running free, and the bail has been forfeited and revoked.

It keeps happening over, and over, and over.

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On 1/20/2021 at 3:06 PM, Guest Larry said:

Why is a person who committed 4 felonies running around free on 5,000 dollars bail

Maybe you should pose your questions to the Clearfield County Judge and District Attorney instead of a message board.

I highly doubt they read GoDubois and I can pretty much guarantee if they did they wouldn't respond to some anonymous person that uses multiple names to post here.

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On 1/19/2021 at 3:14 PM, Guest Larry said:

Why so accusatory Bon? None of us are the ones who committed felony assault with a deadly weapon. None of us are the ones who committed felony crimes of ANY kind. Most of us simply want to know why all these criminals continue to run the streets freely. Most of us simply want to know why the county is overwhelmed with crime while criminals continue to post obscene low bail amounts that would NEVER be that low in just about any other county in pa.

I was accusing you or anyone else. 🙄 I simply asked a question. Guess I shall 🤐 from now on. Good day.

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