News Live 365: September 25th, 2018

Multiple Injuries when Car Hits Horse Cart

PSP Corry
Multiple injuries were reported by the state police when a teen driver collided with the back of an Amish Buggy near Titusville on Mageetown Road Sunday evening. Both the 17 year old motorist and the Amish family were traveling west along the road at about 20 minutes to 7 when the car collided with the back of the buggy with enough speed to eject everyone inside. Nathan and Martha Lee as well as all five of their children were injured as a result.


State Troopers Arrest Intoxicated Woman at WalMart

PSP Franklin
Jessica Arment of Franklin was arrested at the Cranberry WalMart after reports of an intoxicated woman on the premises. Arment had active warrants from the Venango County Sheriff and was allegedly in possession of stolen merchandise and drug paraphernalia.


Rally for Sexual Assault Victims Draws Lawmakers

Office of Attorney General Josh Shapiro
Several prominent Pennsylvania Politicians spoke and made appearances at a rally for victims of childhood sex crimes yesterday. While showing support for victims the rally was also to urge legislators to pass new measures to protect victims such as a longer statute of limitations. Governor Tom and First Lady Frances Wolf, Attorney General Josh Shapiro, and Senators and Representatives from both parties were present.