News Live 365: June 19th, 2018

ATV Crash Kills Centerville Man

PSP Corry
A Centerville man was killed when an ATV collided with an SUV in Crawford County’s Rome Township. State Police from Corry relate that at about a quarter to four in the afternoon on Sunday the rider of the ATV collided with the passenger side of the SUV of a 78 year old man that was attempting a cross traffic turn on Buells Corners Road. The 32 year old ATV rider was not wearing any safety equipment and declared dead at the scene.

 

Be on Alert for Stolen Rings

PSP Franklin
Numerous sterling silver rings were stolen on June the 6th from the home of a 69 year old woman and her husband living on the Venango County side of Titusville. The rings contain details like crosses, horses, and shoes, and State Police believe the thief will try to sell them at pawn shops. Call the Franklin State Police if  you have information that can help the ongoing investigation: (814)676-6596.

 

PennDOT Maintenance Schedules Released

PennDOT
PennDOT has released its maintenance schedules for the week of June 18th to 22nd. Work includes the complete reconstruction of a bridge on Blue Jay Creek in Forest County’s Howell Township. You can find a complete list of this week’s projects on our website here.

 

 

Man Arrested for Strangling/Assaulting Woman

PSP Meadville
48 year old Erik Nemeth of Linesville is charged with strangulation, simple assault, and drug possession after an alleged attack on an unidentified woman. State Troopers say that during an argument Nemeth threatened to kick the woman’s teeth in and grabbed her by the neck. When the victim fought back he kicked her in the ribs and threw a toilet at her. Police also found marijuana on his person during the arrest.

 

Governor Rendell Reveals Parkinson’s Diagnoses

Radio PA
Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell has come public with his diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. The 74 year old Ed Rendell Served two terms as Pennsylvania’s Governor from 2003 to 2011. He has been battling the disease for more than 3 years and came public in hopes that he could help others with the disease seek treatment.