News Live 365: June 17th, 2019

Wanted: Asia C. Hall

Sugarcreek Police Department
The Borough of Sugarcreek police and the Pennsylvania State Board of Probation and Parole have issued a felony warrant for 21 year old Asia C. Hall of Franklin. Asia is wanted for possession with intent to deliver after over 100 grams of marijuana was discovered in her vehicle last week. Asia has a history of committing felonies and misdemeanors, and anyone with information on her whereabouts is urged to call the Sugarcreek Police at (814)437-3703.

 

Residential Hunting Licenses on Sale Today

Residential hunting and fur taking licenses for 2019 and 2020 are now available for purchase at your county treasurer’s office starting today. To qualify as a resident you must have proof of residency dating at least 30 days prior to the time of purchase.

 

PennDOT Work Schedules Published

PennDOT
PennDOT has closed West Jamestown Road to through traffic between West Salem Road and Good Hope Road in Mercer County due to damage caused by the rain storms which should be repaired by Wednesday. Region 1 maintenance schedules for the week of June 17th to 21st have been released and has been published on our website.

 

Erie Man Sends Himeself, Two Women, to Hospital

PSP Meadville
Three were hospitalized as a precaution after an Erie man drove through a stop sign in Crawford County and caused a collision. Authorities say Ward Aljanabi did not stop at the intersection between Springboro and Hickernell Road in Spring Township Sunday afternoon and caused a crash with two Springboro Women.

 

Governor Wolf Reissues Opioid Disaster, May Soon Call State of Emergency

Radio PA
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has reissued a disaster declaration for the opioid epidemic in Pennsylvania for the sixth time. Since the first declaration in January of 2018 emergency personnel have administered more than 21,400 doses of life saving naloxone to overdose patients and 5,000 residents have been treated for addiction as part of the commonwealth’s warm hand off program. Last week the State Senate unanimously approved a bill that could give the governor authority to declare a public health emergency for imminent threats posed by things such as bio-terrorism, disease outbreak, or even the current opioid crisis.