News Live 365: July 30th, 2018

Coins Burglarized from Lake Cabin are Worth $400

PSP Corry
$400 worth of coins were stolen from the Canadohta Lake cabin belonging to 55 year old Emilio Rizzo of Pittsburgh. Sometime between the 8th and 26th of July one or more burglars preid a window out of a side door to gain entrance for the burglary. Anyone who may have information should contact the Corry State Police at (814)663-2043.

Meadville Man Arrested for DUI After Crashing in Car with Daughter

PSP Franklin
A 30 year old Meadville man was arrested for DUI and Child Endangerment after crashing his car in Venango County. The man was traveling with his four year old daughter when the accident happened and State Police troopers could smell alcohol on his breath. Charges are pending the results of a blood test.

PennDOT Work Schedules Released

PennDOT is asking residents to take the 2018 Annual Online Safety Survey by visiting Their work schedule for the week of July 30th to August 3rd includes the reopening of a bridge on Route 97 in Erie County’s Union Township. You can find the full schedule here.

Police Search for Driver of Abandoned Car

PSP Franklin
State Police are investigating a crash in which the driver of a car abandoned their vehicle and fled the scene on Thursday the 26th. It’s unknown if the driver was injured after they drove off the east side of Shaffer Run Road, striking a culvert while traveling south and then reentered the road only to drive off the west side. The driver eventually abandoned their 2001 Cavalier and left the scene without contacting authorities. If you witnessed this crash please call (814)676-6596.

Pills and Money Stolen from Clarion County Household

PSP Clarion
The State Police from Clarion are investigating the theft of medication and cash money from a home in Madison Township. Kayla Port and Matthew Kriebel of Rimersburg were burglarized between 7 and 11:30 Thursday morning.

Lawmakers Move to Protect Insurance Laws

Radio PA
Pennsylvania State Lawmakers will be reviewing a new bill that would make it illegal for health insurers to deny coverage to people with preexisting conditions. In response to The President Trump Administration’s decision not defend that portion of the ACA in court Representative Peter Schweyer submitted the bill for review on Friday. Hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanian’s could lose coverage if the courts overturn that key provision of Obamacare.