Radio News for March 6th, 2017

Missing Ohio Man May be in Pennsylvania

John Peters of Farmdale Ohio is a 91 year old reported dementia sufferer

Erie, PA –

The search is on in Erie for a missing man from Ohio. 91 year old John Peters from Farmdale is a dementia sufferer who owns a blue caravan that was found on Dobbin’s Landing by Rum Runner’s bar on March 1st and he has not been seen since that day. Mr. Peters is a 5’7 elderly man with brown eyes who was wearing green dickies, if you see John call Erie PD at 814-870-1120 or the Ohio Attorney General Missing Persons Line at 866-693-9171.

 

Woman Wanted for Home Invasion

Alyssa Jamison was wearing a ski mask when she threatened to kill occupant of house

Erwin Township, Venango County, PA –

Alyssa Jamison of Seneca allegedly broke into the home of an acquaintance in Venango County’s Irwin Township on February 27th and threatened to kill the woman who occupied the house if she did not give her money. Jamison was identified when her mask came off during a struggle but she escaped from the home on 245 Byer’s Road with the money from her victim’s wallet. Pennsylvania State Police based in Franklin have filed felony charges of Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Robbery, and Theft by Unlawful Taking as well as misdemeanor charges of terroristic Threats, Simple Assault, Harassment, and Criminal Mischief. A warrant is issued for her arrest but she has not been caught.

 

Frogwatch USA Needs Citizen Scientists

Organization seeks to identify and preserve amphibians across nation.

Liinesville, PA –

Frogwatch USA is looking for volunteers to leap in and help with their second year of amphibian monitoring in Northwest PA. Science and frog enthusiasts alike are invited to hop over to the Pymatuning Laboratory of Ecology on Fries road near the spillway between 6 and 8pm tonight. This will be the second organizational meeting for the year; the first one happened in late February at Woodcock Creek Nature Center. Volunteers will learn how to identify the sounds of some of the around 10 species of toads and frogs that live in Northwest PA and can choose their own wetland to monitor before they jump in and start helping to catalogue and conserve the amphibian population of our region.