News Live 365: November 12th, 2018

Ohio Man Arrested After Assaulting Clarion Residents

PSP Clarion
Raymond Nagle of Austintown Ohio was was arrested by Pennsylvania State Police last Wednesday after allegedly assaulting a couple from Clarion. Nagle tried to flee from police in his Toyota Highlander but was captured and faces charges related to assault with bodily injuries.


Jamestown NY Teens Uninjured in Crash

PSP Corry
A pair of teens from Jamestown New York avoided injury in a Warren County Crash. 19 year old Christian Jewell was reportedly driving too fast for road conditions through Freehold Township shortly after midnight on Sunday when he lost control on Route 957 and crashed his Nissan Altima into several roadside trees. Neither he nor his passenger Andre Brown were injured.


$152,000 Cocaine Arrest Near Pittsburgh

Office of PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro
The Pennsylvania Attorney General announced that a man and a woman were arrested during a $152,000 drug bust near Pittsburgh. 49 year old Sharon Fields and 59 year old Keith Quarles of Wilkinsburg Pennsylvania were arrested last week and allegedly in possession of $116,000 cash and a kilogram of Cocaine with a street value of $36,000. They’ve both been charged with running a corrupt organization and possession with intent to distribute.


Death of Clarion Woman Under Investigation

PSP Clarion
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the death of a 34 year old Clarion Woman last week. On Tuesday November 6th the as yet unidentified woman is said to have fallen unconscious and stopped breathing while watching TV with someone else. An EMS team responding to a 911 call was unable to resuscitate the woman and she was declared dead by Coroner Randall Strom. Troopers from Clarion are investigating the incident.


Compensation Fund for Victims of Church Abuse Created

Radio PA
Seven of eight Catholic Diocese in the State of Pennsylvania are putting together what they call compensation funds for victims of childhood sexual assault at the hands of the clergy whom the statute of limitations has expired on. These funds are being created after a bill to temporarily remove the statute of limitations died without seeing a vote in the State Senate. Victim advocates say it’s a good start but more should be done and that laws in Pennsylvania need to be changed. Attorney General Josh Shapiro has stated he is skeptical of the Church’s offer, and they should not be arbiters of their own punishment.