News Live 365: July 24th, 2018

Bear Lake Man Arrested After Alleged Meth Fueled Fight

PSP Corry
45 year old Shawn Handley of Bear Lake is in Warren County jail facing charges of Simple Assault, Terroristic Threats, and Reckless endangerment after a series of methamphetamine fueled altercations with a woman and her three house guests. Handley is accused of starting a fight with the woman and then threatening two of her guests with a shotgun. He is also accused of leaving and coming back to start another altercation, and he returned a third time where he was arrested by troopers from the State Police after fleeing into the woods.


Police Seek Leads in Linesville Burglary

PSP Meadville
Shortly before 3am on the morning of Sunday July 22nd two unidentified individuals used prybars to gain access to Linesville Pharmacy. They both fled the scene when they tripped a burglar alarm and left in an unknown direction. Meadville State Police are urging anyone with information to call them at (814)332-6911.


House Speaker, Others, Praise Universities for Keeping Tuition Rates

Office of Speaker Mike Turzai
Pennsylvania’s two largest Universities are receiving praise from lawmakers for not raising their tuition for the 2018-2019 school year. Penn State University and the University of Pittsburgh both announced last week they will not be increasing their tuition costs. The smaller schools under the PSSHE are increasing their tuition by 2.9%.


Man with Suspended License Steals Car

PSP Meadville
On Friday State Police from Meadville arrested Kyle Muzzy of Erie when he took a car from Medina Resources after breaking into a garage. Muzzy is charged with multiple crimes including Burglary, Theft, and Receiving Stolen Property. He was also charged for driving with a suspended license.


Stolen ATV

PSP Corry
State Police are searching for evidence in the theft of an all terrain vehicle from a Titusville man. The ATV is a 1987 Honda 250X; it is light grey and red in color, with a red frame, and a red seat that is torn; it’s valued at $800. The vehicle was stolen on Saturday the 21st and anyone with information should contact the State Police in Corry at (814)663-2043.


Data of Thousands in DOC Released in AARMS Data Breach

A security breach at a third party company may have exposed the personal information of thousands of inmates and hundreds of guards in the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. An incident occured with Accreditation, Audit and Risk Management Security or AARMS in April that made personal information including social security numbers of 13,000 inmates, 680 employees, and 11 others vulnerable to theft. The FBI is investigating the depth the breach and the commonwealth has ended its contract with AARMS.