News Live 365: May 28th, 2019

Man Caught Stealing Car from Shop

PSP Meadville
21 year old Bon Scott Haas was arrested Friday for theft of a motor vehicle after being stopped for a summary traffic violation. During the stop it was discovered that the vehicle Haas was driving had been stolen from a nearby auto body shop only a few minutes before. He was remitted to Crawford County Jail.

PA Community Colleges Expand Offerings

Radio PA
Community Colleges in Pennsylvania are upping their offerings and adding courses on about 70 new topics and specialties next year. According to President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Commission for Community College Elizabeth Bolden; new courses include hydroponic farming, drug abuse treatment, and dozens of other offerings in science, technology, engineering, and math.


Pennsylvania to have All New Voting Machines by 2020

Radio PA
Pennsylvania’s acting Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar has announced that she is confident that every voting precinct in Pennsylvania will have new voting machines in place by next year’s Presidential Primaries. Nine of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties, including Crawford, have used new systems with voter verifiable paper trails last Tuesday and the majority are expected to be in place by November 5th.


Police Seek Witnesses in Burglary

PSP Meadville
State Police in Crawford County are investigating are investigating the burglary of a vacation home on Sperry Road in Atlantic. Sometime between April and May 25th one or more individuals broke into a residence owned by Joseph McManus of Pittsburgh and took a 40 inch Hitachi TV, a green and black four wheeler, a craftsman chainsaw, a husqvarna chainsaw, a craftsman table saw, a band saw, and miscellaneous tools. Anyone with information is urged to please call the Pennsylvania State Police in Meadville at (814)332-6911.


Restitution for American Beauty Academy Students

Office of PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro
If you are a former student of the American Beauty Academy that did not graduate before its closure in fall of 2015 you have a 60 day window to make a claim for restitution. You can file a complaint with the Bureau of Consumer Protection by visiting