The Family the Fights Together…
Four are charged after what was described in incident reports as a physical altercation but reads more like a bar brawl at around 8:15 Saturday morning. According to State Police they arrived to find Darion Taylor, Margaret Jones, Darion Taylor Junior, and a 17 year old girl; punching, kicking and biting each other at a residence on Prospect Avenue in Sugarcreek. All four suffered some injuries and have been charged with harassment.
Man Attacks Two After Missing Turkey Feast
In Clarion County a man named Brandon Moore was arrested and charged with Terroristic Threats, Harassment, Reckless Endangerment, and Simple Assault on September 22nd. According to authorities he allegedly verbally and physically attacked a man and a woman because they didn’t invite him to an early Thanksgiving dinner.
PA Court Rules 11 ‘Predator Priests’ Remain Unnamed
Pennsylvania’s State Supreme Court ruled yesterday that in order to preserve their reputations the names of 11 clergymen alleged in child sexual assaults could not be publicly released by the state. Their names were redacted from a grand jury report made public by the State’s Attorney General earlier this year. PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro made a public plea with The Commonwealth’s Bishops to release the names themselves.
Troopers Seek Help in Investigation
Franklin State Police are investigating an attempted car theft on Friday September 30th. Between 5:30 and 6:30PM someone attempted to break into a 2010 Buick Lucerne in a parking lot at 10 Kimberly Lane in Cranberry. The driver’s side door was left broken in the attempt. Anyone who might have information should call the Franklin State Police at (814)676-6596.
Man, 60, Charged with DUI
A 60 year old Jefferson Ohio man faces Meadville Pennsylvania DUI Charges after his car was located in a ditch. The unidentified man was taken into custody by a State Trooper on Saturday after they determined he had been drinking.
New Voting Machines Part of Lawsuit Settlement
Pennsylvania is expected to have brand new voting machines in all 67 counties by the 2020 election. This is thanks to a settlement in a Federal Lawsuit from former Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein. The new machines must keep both a digital and paper record of the ballot and expected to cost $250 million statewide. Half the cost is to be paid by the state once a funding agreement is reached by the Governor and General Assembly.