Police Chase in Titusville Under Investigation
State Police Troopers are investigating a police pursuit involving the Titusville Police Department in which an officer fired his service weapon. Late in the night of Sunday January 27th a maroon Ford Escape lead officers from TPD on a chase through town and was stopped on Boghollow Road in Oil Creek Township when a marked TPD vehicle got ahead of them. It’s at this point investigators say an officer discharged his firearm; the circumstances and interactions between the officer and the suspect are being investigated. The suspect vehicle fled the scene and was not found. Anyone who may have information about the events of Sunday night should call the Corry State Police (814)663-2043.
Human Services Secretary Addresses Food Stamp Myth
Per Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Human Services Teresa Miller; misinformation about February SNAP benefits is apparently leading some families to believe they must use them all by the end of this month. January 18th’s payment is intended to help SNAP beneficiaries through the entire month of February and should be rationed accordingly.
Large Burglary in Erie County
Firearms, jewelry antiques, electronics, clothing, and other items worth an estimated $20,000 were stolen from the home of an 84 year old man on Stewart Road in Erie County’s Concord Township. The thief or thieves broke into the home while the owner was away between the third and ninth of January through a basement window. Anyone with information should call the Corry State Police at (814)663-2043.
The following items were stolen:
A .357 magnum revolver, manufacturer unknown
Stoeger Arms .12 gauge double barrel shotgun, engraved with nickle plating
Remington Arms 752 semi-automatic rifle
Greenfield-Marlin tube fed .22 caliber semi-auto rifle
Henry lever action Golden Boy .22 caliber, tube fed
Browning BAR semi-auto 30-06
Remington Arms 870 Express Shotgun .12 gauge
Remington 742/7400 semi-auto 30-06
Sears Roebuck .12 gauge shotgun
Ruger Bolt Action Rifle 30-06
Two Winchester Model 12 .12 gauge shotguns
Remington .243 bolt action rifle
Remington Arms 30-06 pump rifle
Bulova Grandmother Mantle Clock
Antique wooden Eiffel Tower Clock
Recall on Perdue Chicken Nuggets
Perdue Foods has issued a recall on 8 tons of chicken after it was discovered products had been misbranded and mislabeled. 12-oz. packages of “PERDUE Fun Shapes Chicken Breast Nuggets” with a “USE BY” date of “MAR 11 2019” and lot codes between 17009010 and 19009010 are mislabeled and may contain undeclared allergens. Customers who purchased these products are being urged to return them to the place of purchase. For more information you can reach Perdue Consumer Care at (1-866)866-3703.