News Live 365: October 9th, 2018

Missing Girl Sought

PSP Meadville
Taylor Lynn Jones has been missing since Friday October 5th. Taylor is a 16 year old white female with blond hair. She stands about 5’6” tall and weighs 105 pounds. When she was last seen Taylor was wearing a white hoodie with black leggings and driving a purple Toyota Scion to an unknown destination. Anyone with information please call the Meadville State Police at (814)332-6911

 

Wanted Charles “Chucky” Zellefrow

PSP Clarion
The Clarion State Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Charle’s Zellefrow, also known as Chucky. Zellefrow is accused of choking a woman during a dispute. If you have information call the Clarion State Police at (814)226-1710

 

Road Rage Lands Man in Jail

PSP Meadville
31 year old Ryan Fontana of Conneaut Lake was arrested after an alleged road rage incident in Summit Township, Crawford County. According to authorities Fontana chased a family of six on his motorcycle while they were in their vehicle and threw a knife that broke a driver’s side window. Fontana is currently only charged with Criminal mischief.

 

Man Charged with Burglary Allegedly Drunk

PSP Corry
Cameron Weaver of Corry was charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness, and burglary during an incident at 5:30 Saturday morning. Weaver was found drunk inside a building on a woman’s property after she observed him entering the premises.

 

Election Registration Deadline is Today

The deadline to register for the 2018 elections is today. If you are not a registered voter in the State of Pennsylvania you can register online at register.votespa.com In Ohio you can register to vote at olvr.sos.state.OH.us  If you need to cast an absentee ballot this year you must have requested to do so by October 30th and the ballot must be received at the county election office by 5PM on Friday November 2nd.

 

PUC Creates Cybersecurity Division

Radio PA
Pennsylvania’s Public Utilities Commission has officially opened its own office of cybersecurity. The Office of Cybersecurity Compliance and Oversight has been created to ensure utilities like electricity companies have solid internet security plans in place and to make recommendations to strengthen those plans.