News Live 365: August 5th, 2019

Couple Arrested for Felony Endangerment of Children

A Rocky Grove couple named Lily Lovejoy and Robert Mock are charged with two counts each of felony endangering the welfare of children after they were found by Children and Youth Services to be raising their children in quote “deplorable conditions”. According to authorities conditions were so bad one child had to be admitted to Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh for three days due to an illness related to living conditions. Lovejoy and  Mock were released on bail and are scheduled for a preliminary hearing later this month.

 

Pitt Titusville Receives $2,000,000 for Upgrade

The University of Pittsburgh in Titusville is the recipient of a $1 million grant from Pennsylvania’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP), with funds to be matched by Pitt University. The $2 million in total will be used for upgrades on the Haskell Library facility including the addition of new classrooms, a cafeteria, and more.

 

PennDOT Work Schedules Available

PennDOT’s District 1 Work Schedule for August 5th to 9th includes extending the closure of portions of Route 98 while construction continues on a roundabout in Vernon Township, Crawford County. A full schedule can be found on our website here.

 

Ohio Man Arrested for Theft and Robbery

18 year old Samuel Mark Clark of Masury Ohio and an accomplice were arrested during an attempted robbery Friday, August 2nd in Mercer County. Clark was in possession of a firearm he had allegedly stolen from a home in Sugarcreek on Wednesday, July 31st. Authorities say that during the theft he pointed the gun at a teenage girl at a party and said he needed it because he was about to have warrants for his arrest.

 

Warren County Man Injured in ATV Crash

21 year old Jon Dorman was airlifted to UPMC Hamot after crashing an ATV in Warren County’s Columbus Township. Investigators say he lost control when he hit a patch of gravel on Center Road and fell from the vehicle as it overturned.

 

Commonwealth to Hold Two Naloxone Giveaways in September

Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Health, Dr. Rachel Lavine, has announced that following last year’s success there will be two more Naloxone Days this year in September of 2019. As part of the statewide effort to save lives during the opioid epidemic the commonwealth will be distributing the overdose drug on September 18th, and 25th.