News Live 365: April 29, 2019

Meadville State Police Seek Witnesses to Goat Theft

PSP Meadvile
Authorities in Crawford County are seeking the public’s assistance in their investigation of a burglary in Summit Township. On Thursday, April 25th an unknown subject broke into the home of a 65 year old woman on Sherrets Road and removed a Television, HP Pavilion PC, Dewalt Saw and Toolbox, and a white and brown female goat. If you have information call the State Police in Meadville at (814)332-6911.

 

Driver Sent to Titusville Hospital After Crash

PSP Corry
An unidentified driver was injured in a crash in Venango County’s Oil Creek Township Friday night. Investigators say they were taken to Titusville Hospital after falling asleep on Bugtown Road and colliding with a tree.

 

PennDOT Work Schedules Published on News Live

PennDOT
PennDOT’s work schedule for this week includes the construction of a brand new retaining wall along Route 718 in Sharon. It will also include a full workup of signs, barriers, and sidewalks and will eventually require detours. A full schedule of PennDOT’s activities can be found on our website here.

 

Church Burglarized in Clarion County

PSP Clarion
Shortly after midnight on Saturday night four men were seen leaving Grace Church in Ashland Township, Clarion County and then leaving in a silver SUV down Grace Church Road and then east on Nivenah Road until it was out of sight. Anyone with information of this burglary or the silver SUV should call the Clarion State Police at (814)226-1710.

 

Troopers Search for Flasher

PSP Corry
In Erie County, Corry State Police are looking for a man who exposed himself to women outside a discount store in Union City. He has been described as a white male with black hair and a scruffy beard driving a white SUV. If you have information call (814)663-2043.

 

Appropriations Chair Calls Auditor General’s Press Release Misleading

Office of Rep Stan Saylor
After Pennsylvania’s Auditor General Eugene Depasquale revealed that $4.25 billion were diverted from the Motor License Fund to pay for the State Police force, the chairman of the House Appropriations Committee called the findings misleading. Rep. Stan Saylor said that the diverted money has been in the budget since at least 1960. He also said that as a member of the General Assembly Depasquale voted multiple times for budgets that moved money from other funds to the State Police.