News Live 365: February 15th, 2019

Truck Flees Scene of Hitting Ambulance

PSP Meadville
Authorities in Crawford County are searching for information on a hit and run driver who fled after making contact with an ambulance. At about 5:25 in the morning on Valentine’s Day a Conneaut Lake Ambulance was carrying a patient south along Hartstown Road in West Fallowfield Township; a white pickup truck traveling north sideswiped the ambulance and continued traveling without stopping. The hit and run vehicle is a white pickup, possibly a Ford Super Duty, the registration number is unknown, and it may have a damaged driver’s side mirror. Anyone with information, please call the Meadville State Police at (814)332-6911.


State, Federal, and Local Agencies Execute Philly Drug Bust

Office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro
A large drug bust in Philadelphia is the first major joint law enforcement operation in the state this year. Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced that federal and state agents and local police forces worked together to take down a drug ring worth a little less than $8 million a year in the Kensington neighborhood. The operation resulted in a dozen arrests, as well as the confiscation of hundreds of grams of drugs, cash money, unregistered firearms, and machinery.


Tractor Stolen from Green Energy Company

PSP Meadville
A Kubota tractor was stolen from the work site of a green energy company sometime between January 17th and Valentine’s Day. The tractor is a Kubota M7060 with a front end winch and rear brush hog; serial number 73175. Anyone with information should call the Meadville State Police at (814)332-6911.


Authorities Search for Stolen Power Tools

PSP Corry
On the night of February 10th hundreds of dollars worth of power tools were stolen from a locked storage garage on Route 426 in Columbus Township, Warren County. Anyone with information should call the Corry State Police (814)663-2043 or Warren County Crime Stoppers at (1-800) 832-7463.


Governor Unviels PA Farm Bill

Radio PA
Governor Wolf and Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding have introduced Pennsylvania’s very own version of the farm bill. PA’s farm bill includes proposals to remove some restrictive regulations, provide new agricultural resources, and create more processing capability for dairy products.