News Live 365: July 3rd, 2018

Be on the Lookout for Runaway Girls

PSP Clarion
State Police are searching for two missing teenage girls in Clarion County, Sarah Mae June and Jyra Bissel. Both Girls are 16 years old and escaped ABRAXIS at the Clarion Hospital at 3pm yesterday. Jyra Bissel is African American with dark hair styled in a short and loose afro; she was last seen wearing grey pants and a black t-shirt. Sarah is white with blond hair and blue eyes, she has black thick framed glasses and was wearing a pink T-shirt and blue pajama bottoms with polar bear prints. If you come in contact with both or either of these girls please call the Clarion State Police at (814)226-1710

 

Two Injured in Motorcycle Slide

PSP Meadville
Hilary Wallace and Anna Wishart, both of Saegertown, were injured in a motorcycle accident on Old Plank Road in Crawford County’s Venango Township. Emergency responders say that on Saturday Hilary lost her balance and control of her Yamaha V-5TAR950 and it fell to the road. Both women were wearing safety gear and were transported to Meadville Medical Center for treatment of injuries.

 

Meadville Man Charged after Passing out in Car

PSP Meadville
35 year old Ryan Brown of Meadville has been charged with DUI and child endangerment after being discovered unconscious behind the wheel Sunday. He was discovered passed out at the wheel of his car on the intersection of SR98 and Denny Road in Hayfield Township with a three year old child in the back seat. Brown was taken to Meadville Medical Center and its believed he was under the influence of drugs.

 

Woman Sentenced for Drug Death

Office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro
Elva Warner-Confer of Clarion was sentenced on Friday to 9 to 18 years in prison for delivering fentanyl that resulted in the death of Donald Brown. When Brown told her he wanted fentanyl she purchased the drug herself through Jennifer Best who has plead guilty to charges against her.

 

Lancaster PD Faces Lawsuit After Taser Incident

Radio PA
A man named Shawn Williams is suing the Lancaster Police department for $75,000 after being hit with a taser by an officer. The incident was caught on video by a bystander and seems to show Shawn cooperating with police until one of them shoots him with the stunning device. The police were responding to a call about a man armed with a bat.