News Live 365: October 25th, 2018

Sugarcreek Borough Police have just announced charges against Dyquan Bailey for the rape of a 15 year old girl earlier this year. According to the incident report Bailey offered his victim a ride to Oil City in the early morning hours of May 27th, but instead of taking her there he drove her an area on Front Street in Franklin and forced himself on her in the back of his car. When he was done he made her get out of the car.


Over $500 worth of unicorn figurines and a black stereo manufactured by Sony were stolen from a storage locker rented by Janis Rogers of Titusville. The crime happened between the 10th and 21st of this month and anybody that might have information is being asked to call the Corry State Police at (814)663-2043.


An entire school district is temporarily closed under orders of Pennsylvania’s Auditor General Eugene Depasquale. A routine audit of Crestwood School District in Luzerne County uncovered no records of background checks being performed on bus drivers and the District has been temporarily closed for safety concerns. Today will be the second day of closures in the district.


The City of Franklin Police Department is searching for a missing person. Micheal Wiley Jr.  is a 43 year old white male who stands about 6 feet tall with brown hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a black North Face jacket, jeans, and black Adidas shoes. Micheal is originally from Butler but had been staying at Oak Hill Apartments in Franklin and was last seen in that area Saturday October 20th. If you have information on the whereabouts of Micheal Wiley Junior please call the Franklin City Police at (814)437-1644.


More than 100 protesters, each a victim of childhood sexual abuse, held a demonstration in support of a bill that would create a two year window for victims of sex crimes to be able to sue their attackers even if the statute of limitations has passed. The bill has been held up in the State Senate for months and protesters are trying to get a vote before Senators recess for the year. The protestors targeted President Pro Tempore of the Senate, Joe Scarnati, for not bringing the bill to the floor.