News Live 365: March 6th, 2017

Be on Lookout for Missing Person

Pennsylvania State Police, Franklin
Two days after being returned to his foster home 17 year old Logan Ziros is once again missing. 
Logan is 5’4” tall and weighs about 155 pounds, he requires crutches to walk and has body art – a tattoo of bricks on one arm and the numbers 724 on the other. He was last found near Hermitage Pennsylvania and is likely there again. Anyone with information on this young man’s whereabouts should call (814) 676-6596.


Troopers Seek Help with Burglary Investigation

Pennsylvania State Police, Corry
Sometime between February 28th and May 2nd an unknown actor or actors broke into the home of 86 year old Joseph Neville of of Titusville and stole more than $12,000 worth of property. Anyone who might have information should call the State Police in Corry (814) 663-2043.


New Lawsuit Launched against Mariner 2 Pipeline

News Service via Keystone State News Connection
The Mariner 2 Pipeline is back in the headlines after the Clean Air Council and other environmental groups have filed an injunction to halt construction. The groups allege that the DEP agreed to lower restrictions in some areas of construction without notifying them, which is a breach of a contract made last year in August and therefore illegal. In January the Commonwealth put a hold on construction of the pipeline designed to carry natural gas products from the Marcellus Shale region after the DEP discovered multiple violations of the terms and standards set in the original construction. Sunoco was allowed to resume construction after paying a fine.


Fake ID Lands Ohio Man in PA Jail

Pennsylvania State Police, Clarion
During a routine traffic stop Allen Mahon of Akron Ohio tried to pass a stolen identity from Arizona as his own to State Troopers in Clarion County. Troopers were able to see through the rouse and took him into custody for DUI Drugs and Identity Theft.


Man Charged with Assault after Throwing Trash at Biker

Pennsylvania State Police, Franklin
Throwing objects at vehicles and their drivers as they come down the roadway is a serious offense. State Police allege Keith Shawgo threw objects at Brayden Miller as he rode past past his house on a motorcycle and he has been charged with simple assault, reckless endangerment, and harassment.


The People of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania vs Uber

Press office of Attorney General Josh Shapiro
The Attorney General for State of Pennsylvania, Josh Shapiro, has opened a lawsuit against Uber for failing to report a massive data breach that let the information of more than 13,000 Pennsylvanian’s be stolen by hackers. In November 2017 Uber began to inform people about a data breach that had happened more than a full year before. PA law requires companies to inform victims of data breaches in a timely manner. The State Seeks around $13.5 million in damages on behalf of the victims.