News Live 365: June 24th, 2019

Theft and Burning of Car Investigated in Clarion County

PSP Clarion
Authorities in Clarion County are investigating the theft and destruction of a green 2003 Ford Escape earlier this month. The vehicle with registration JJG-3117 was taken from its owners in the early morning hours of Saturday June 8th and later found torched on the side of the road. If you have information please call the Clarion State Police at (814)226-1710.


Update on Previous Story

There is an update to last Friday’s story about Metalico. If your vehicle was one which suffered damage to its tires or structure caused by pieces of metal debris along State Routes 36 and 27 and Route 6 between Titusville and Warren call Pam Bright at (814) 362-6873 extension 23.The initial public release by authorities contained the wrong phone number.


PennDOT Work Schedules Published

PennDOT’s Region 1 maintenance schedule includes the closure of parts of Route 98 in Crawford County’s Venango Township for the second stage of construction of a roundabout. A full schedule for this week can be found on our website.


Man Arrested in Early June Burglary

PSP Clarion
Ryan Cunningham of Uniontown was arrested by State Police in Fayette County as the chief suspect in a violent assault and burglary that happened in East Brady earlier this month. Cunningham is accused of entering through a window, assaulting the people he found inside and threatening them with a handgun, and then vandalizing several vehicles before fleeing the scene on June 11th.


Head on Collision Sends Two to Hospital

PSP Meadville
Two Springboro men were both taken by ambulance to UPMC Hamot after a head on collision Saturday morning. Investigators say 59 year old Paul Jones drifted into the opposite lane while traveling west on Millgrove Road in Spring Township Crawford County then collided with 70 year old Larry Miller. It’s unknown if there were any injuries.


House Votes to Lower Lottery Prizes

Radio PA
After passage in the State House of Representatives a bill to temporarily lower the rate of return on the Pennsylvania Lottery by 2% for five years is making its way to the Senate. The aim is to increase lottery profits and keep several programs benefiting senior citizens solvent in the future.