News Live 365: Monday December 4th, 2017

Suspect Arrested in GNC Murder

Adam Lee Greenlee of Fredonia was arrested on Saturday night at an Erie Walmart after a two day search. Greenlee is accused of stabbing Patrick Kozminski multiple times in the head and neck during a robbery at a GNC Store in Vernon Township on Thursday night leading to patrick’s death. Authorities in Mercer County tried to capture Greenlee at work in Fredonia but he fled to Erie in a stolen vehicle where he was later found by state and local police. Greenlee allegedly killed Patrick to rob the store of $250. An autopsy of the victim is scheduled today.


PA General Assembly Takes Aim at Sexual Harassment

With reports of sexual harassment on the rise nationwide PA lawmakers are considering bills that would prevent the use of State tax dollars to settle sexual harassment claims against government officials. The House version of the bill sponsored by Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky would also outlaw nondisclosure agreements. Such agreements have been used in some workplaces to prevent claims from going public.


Accidental Shooting Kills Union City Man

A Union City Man died in Titusville Hospital on Friday evening after accidently shooting himself. When returning home from a day of hunting Nicholas Powell was removing a pistol from its shoulder holster when it discharged and hit him in the chest.


Hit and Run

State Police from Franklin are searching for a hit and run suspect that rear ended a car at the intersection of 322 and Victory Church Road in Cranberry Township Thursday. The vehicle they were driving was a grey colored older model sedan of unknown make or model. Please call the state police in Franklin if you witnessed the incident at (814)676-6596.


New Regulations for Mining Industry in PA

Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection announced that a stricter set of requirements will be part and parcel for new gas and oil wells, transmission stations, and pipelines in the Commonwealth’s future. An expert interviewed by News Service says that in other states with similar regulations 7 in 10 companies agreed the benefits outweighed the cost.