News Live 365: November 7th, 2019

Recall of Poultry Shipped to Area

A recall on more than 2 million pounds of poultry may affect some area residents. Simmons Prepared Foods Inc. has issued a recall on poultry that was packaged and processed for sale in Pennsylvania and other states and may contain pieces of metal debris. The items included in the recall were packaged between October 21st and November 4th and come from lot numbers P-1949, P-486, and P-5837 on their USDA mark of inspection. Consumers are being urged to return the product to the grocer where they made the purchase or dispose of the meat. Anyone with questions about the recall can contact Donald Miller, he is the senior vice president of sales at Simmons Prepared Foods, Inc. The Phone number is (1-888) 831-7007.


Help Solve a Crime

The Corry State Police are investigating a burglary in the Crawford County town of Centerville. In late September one or more actors broke into a home on Route 77 and removed three antique swords and a .22 caliber hunting rifle. If you might have information please call (814)663-2043.

Also in Crawford County, on October the 20th someone took a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado truck from the home of Thomas Gage of Cambridge Springs without authorization. It’s reported the truck was returned later with no fuel, covered in mud, and filled with live and spent bullets. Please call (814)332-6911 if you have information.

Between 3PM on Sunday November 3rd and 3PM on Monday the 4th a 3-Ton floor jack was stolen from the home of Robert Delaney on Riverside Drive in Oil City. Anyone who can help is urged to call the Franklin State Police at (814)676-6596.