News Live 365: June 10th, 2019

Man Airlifted after Motorcycle Crash

PSP Meadville
49 year old Mike Duricic of Conneaut Lake was airlifted to UPMC Hamot after crashing his motorcycle on Atlantic Lake Road in Crawford County’s East Fallowfield Township. Investigators say Mike tried to skid his motorcycle to a stop when it fell and he was thrown into a nearby car.

 

Say What?

PSP Franklin
In a crime that seems just a little bit strange; a 53 year old Polk man has reported the theft of his 25 foot drainage pipe. The black pipe is 4 inches in diameter with corrugations and perforations and was taken overnight between Tuesday June 4th and Friday June 7th. Call the Franklin State Police at (814)676-6596 if you may have information.

 

PennDOT Maintenance Schedules Available

PennDOT
This week’s PennDOT Maintenance schedule includes work to replace an old bridge on Little Cooley Road in Bloomfield Township Crawford County. This weeks maintenance schedules have been published by PennDOT and are available for viewing here.

 

Man Caught with Stolen ATV, Meth

PSP Franklin
A 23 year old Kennerdell man was arrested near Titusville after allegedly stealing an ATV from his ex-wife’s home. State troopers report he was found with the ATV as well as methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia and surrendered to police without incident on Saturday.

 

PA Sues Timeshare Company

Office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Josh Shapiro is suing the officers of a former timeshare company that once ran out of Mercer County. The Company Groupwise and its officers Derek McGuire and Andrew Harkins are accused of violating consumer protection laws and scamming almost $3 million from over 900 customers.

 

Nesbit Introduces Bipartisan Bill with Philly Democrat

Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Local Republican State Rep. Ted Nesbit has teamed up with Philadelphia Democrat Joanna McClinton to propose new legislation that would automatically expunge the criminal records of anyone acquitted or pardoned of a crime. The duo claims House Bill 440 is the next logical step after passage of the Clean Slate Law.