News Live 365: December 7th, 2018

Police Search for Suspects in Meadville Shooting

Meadville City Police Department
A man is in critical condition after a shooting at a residence on Lincoln Avenue in Meadville’s Fifth Ward. Meadville City Police officers arrived on scene about 8am to find the wounded victim but the shooter had fled the scene. 22 year old Anthony Sugden and 40 year old Michelle Sugden-Rosario are being sought by authorities in relation to the shooting. If you know of their whereabouts call the Meadville City Police at (814)724-6100. They are considered armed and dangerous so if you encounter them call 911.

 

Protests Erupt During Christmas Tree Ceremony

Radio PA
Protesters in Harrisburg interrupted the the annual tree lighting ceremony yesterday, attempting to urge the governor to reverse changes to the State’s prison mail system. In response to the smuggling of drugs that were sickening prison staff and inmates Pennsylvania prisons now give inmates photocopies of their mail, but protestors want their incarcerated friends and family to receive the originals. The ACLU is currently suing to prevent the Commonwealth from photocopying legal mail from attorneys.

 

Man Injured in Winter Motorcycle Crash

PSP Franklin
A Titusville man has been hospitalized following a motorcycle accident on Wallaceville Road in Oakland Township, Venango County. 21 year old Dylan Robertson was traveling south on a Honda Motorcycle and attempted to pass another vehicle when he collided with an SUV heading north. He was airlifted to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital.

 

Robbery at Corry Hospital Made Up

PSP Corry
Reports of an armed robbery outside of Corry Memorial Hospital turned out to be falsified. On Wednesday December 5th a 34 year old Union City woman reported she was robbed at gunpoint by two men dressed as hunters in a black pickup truck of $2,100 in cash. She confessed later the story was a fiction to cover up the fact she had already spent the money.

 

PennDOT Repairing Infrastructure at Record Pace

Radio PA
PennDOT is touting its Public-Private Partnerships as the major factor in the rapid reconstruction of hundreds of poor condition bridges across the commonwealth. More than 500 bridges have been completed in a 4 year period, a task that would ordinarily take as long as 12 years.