Florida Man Suspect in Death of Titusville Native
Florida native Bradley Seay was taken into custody last Thursday by Pennsylvania State Troopers and charged with Criminal Homicide. On Friday it was revealed that three witnesses came forward at the Titusville Police Department earlier in the day to tell authorities that Seay had shot and killed Earl Scroger Junior at a hunting camp in Oil Creek Township, Crawford County. Seay was apprehended at TPD after voluntarily arriving at the department with the victim’s body in the bed of a pickup truck he was driving.
Do American’s Fear Self Driving Cars?
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is one of the leaders in the development of self driving vehicles, but recent polling by Triple-A seems to reveal that as many as 71% of Americans do not trust autonomous vehicles. The results from the most recent annual automated vehicle survey by the driving club shows that this year 71% of respondents said they would not feel comfortable riding in a vehicle that drives itself. A spokesperson to Triple-A said the organization thinks that as advanced driver assistance systems become more normalized people may become more open to autonomous automobiles.
Saegertown Crash Injures Two
Two people were hospitalized Saturday after a car crash in Saegertown. A 17 year old male lost control while traveling along south street in Saegertown and collided with the car of Charlotte Reedy of Meadville after veering into the opposite lane. Both were sent to Meadville Medical Center.
PA Politicians Seak to Honor Vietnam Vets
Office of Rep. Parke Wentling
United States Senator Pat Toomey, Pennsylvania Senator Dan Laughlin, and Representative Parke Wentling will be honoring Veterans who served during the Vietnam War Period at a ceremony commemorating National Vietnam War Veterans Day on March 28th. Any living veteran who served between November of 1955 to May 15th of 1975 and wishes to take part is being asked to contact the office of Senator Laughlin at (814)453-2515.
Pardons Board Waves Fees, Plans More Changes
The Pennsylvania Pardons Board recently voted in favor of removing a $63 fee that people pardoned for crimes had to pay to have their records expunged. The idea was floated by Lt. Governor John Fetterman who chairs the board and plans to introduce more ideas for radical changes to the board’s rules before The Pennsylvania General Assembly.