News Live 365: October 25th, 2019

Township Maintenance Building Burglarized

The Pennsylvania State Police based in Meadville are investigating a burglary by force at the Spring Township Building in Crawford County earlier this month. The actors broke into the building by breaking a window and once inside turned off electrical service. They then loaded numerous tools and siphoned gasoline into a red chevy pickup with government plates before driving away from the scene. Call (814)332-6911 if you have information.

 

PA House Recognizes John Heisman’s Time in Titusville

On Wednesday, Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives voted to recognize the 150th birthday of Titusville raised collegiate football legend John Heisman. Born in Cleveland Ohio on October 23rd, 1869, Heisman played football and graduated at Titusville High School in 1887.

 

VFD Aid Package Reaches Senate

Pennsylvania’s Senate will soon vote on a bill to change the rules surrounding state aid for volunteer fire departments. Based on recommendations from Auditor General Eugene Depasquale, the bill seeks to move administration of the fire relief program to the fire commissioner, and allow fire departments to request funds for more reasons. It was approved by the Veterans Affairs and Emergency Management Committee on Thursday October 24th.

 

Help Solve a Crime

On Elgin road near the town of Corry someone entered an auction house and stole multiple items including a Ruger Super Blackhawk pistol, silver coins, and costume jewelry. The incident happened in mid September and anyone with information is urged to please call the Corry State Police at (814)663-2043.

 A John Deer tractor and a fire pit were stolen from the home of Laura McGiffin of Knox on the afternoon of Sunday October 20th between noon and 1. Anyone who might be able to offer help in this investigation should call (814)226-1710.
In late September or early October someone broke into a home on Wing Road near Conneautville in Crawford County. The suspects stole multiple firearms from the home before leaving and authorities are asking for anyone that may have witnessed anything connected to this crime to call (814)332-6911.