News Live 365: March 5th, 2018

Man Charged with DUI/Possession was Oblivious to Everything

Franklin PD
Officers from the City of Franklin Police Department arrested Edward Smith for driving under the influence of and possession of a controlled substance and other crimes when he was found passed out in a car on Otter Street. According to FPD Smith was so far gone he could not identify where he was at, where he was going, where he was coming from, or even who’s vehicle he was driving.

 

Police Investigate Church Break In, Seeking Witnesses

Pennsylvania State Police, Franklin
State Police from Meadville are investigating a break in at the North Shenango Church near Espyville in Crawford County.Last Tuesday on February 27th one or more persons pried a lock off of a door to gain entrance to the church.Anyone who saw suspicious activity around the church that day should call (814) 332-6911.

 

Allentown Mayor Convicted

Radio PA
In State News the Mayor of Allentown Pennsylvania was convicted by a jury of corruption related charges. Jurors found Ed Pawlowski guilty of 47 of the 54 charges levied against him including bribery and conspiracy. Prosecutors on the case proved Mayor Pawlowski shook down local businesses for campaign contributions if they wanted to bid on city contracts.

 

Troopers Locate Missing Teen

Pennsylvania State Police, Franklin
A missing teen from Farrel in Mercer County has been found by authorities. 17 year old Logan Ziros had fled his foster parents’ home on the night of February 20th and had been spotted in the area of New Castle. State Police did not provide information on where logan was discovered when they found him.

 

Dining With Diabetes

Penn State Extension
Penn State Extension is offering their dining with diabetes courses at their offices located in the city of Meadville. Dining with diabetes will help people to adjust their diet and better understand how to manage diabetes. Classes Start on April 2nd and to register for the course or get more information call (877)354-0691

 

Lawmakers call for Resignation of State Rep

Radio PA, Press Office of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania

35 year old Republican state lawmaker Nick Miccarelli is being investigated for at least two incidents of reported violence and sexual misconduct against women while being an elected member of the state government. Governor Tom Wolf, and the leadership of the House Republican Party are both urging Miccarelli to resign from office. A press release from the house GOP calls for his resignation in order to maintain the integrity of their party and the state government.