News Live 365: September 11th, 2019

Caregiver Arrested for Assault/Neglect of Patient

An unidentified care home worker has been charged with several crimes related to the assault of a care dependent person in a group home in Venango County’s Cornplanter Township. The suspect was reported by the victim’s sister last week and confessed their guilt to the state police.  They face multiple charges, including aggravated assault and felony neglect.


Titusville Man Arrested for Assault

33 year old Alan Sattler of Titusville was lodged in Crawford County Jail after authorities say he injured someone during a domestic dispute. Details of the event are scarce but Sattler is charged with assault causing bodily injury.


Central PA Couple in Trouble after Spending Bank Error Money

Robert and Tiffany Williams of Lycoming County are charged with theft after spending massive amounts of money that were accidentally deposited into their bank account. Instead of reporting the banking error that deposited $120,000 into their account the couple spent $107,000 on cars, atvs, campers, and similar items. They were charged with theft after they stopped communicating with the bank about paying the money back.


State Reps Host Firearms Seminar

Tomorrow on Thursday September 12th, Pennsylvania residents are invited to Unionville Fire Department in Butler County for concealed carry seminar at 6PM. A presentation about Pennsylvania’s firearms laws and information about personal protection devices will be held by Butler County Sheriff Mike Slupe. The event is sponsored and organized by State Representatives Tedd Nesbit and Marci Mustello. You can reserve a limited seat online by visiting or, or by calling (724)283-5852or (855)282-0613.


Recovered Property in Police Possession

The Pennsylvania State Police in Franklin are in possession of an Obsession brand compound bow that was discovered along Kennerdell Road on Labor Day Weekend. If you believe you are the owner of the missing bow please call (814)676-6596 to identify and pick up the item.


18th Anniversary of 9/11

In memoriam of the victims on the 18th anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terror attacks, Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all US and Commonwealth flags on State Government Buildings and offices to be flown at half staff today. Residents who are flying flags are invited to do the same, flags should remain at half staff until sunset.