News Live 365: February 14th, 2020

The Meadville State Police report a Saegertown man and his four year old passenger were both injured in a collision in Crawford County’s Summit Township. According to crash scene investigators Derek Thomas was injured when he collided with Matthew Bean of Franklin at the intersection of South Norrisville and Pachuck Roads when Bean made a left turn without yielding. 

In observance of President’s Day, PennDOT has announced the closure of all Driver’s License and Photo Centers from Saturday February 15th to Monday February 17th. All centers will resume normal business on Tuesday and most License and Photo Center services can be accessed online at www.dmv.pa.gov.

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro named Somerset County District Attorney Lisa Lazzari-Strasiser as head of Pennsylvania’s first statewide Conviction Integrity Unit. The unit’s mission will be to help counties around the state revisit and analyze past criminal cases to be sure they were properly handled.

Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, Josh Shapiro announced yesterday that the state will be filing a lawsuit against the extended warranty company named Delta Auto Protect. The suit alleges Delta does not honor contracts it has sold to customers and has skipped out on honoring payments to both businesses and private individuals. The Attorney General said he wants restitution for Delta customers who paid for warranties and didn’t get the coverage they were promised, paid out-of-pocket costs to repair their vehicles who should have been covered by warranty, and tried to cancel their policies but did not receive refunds; the suit also seeks restitution for vehicle repair shops that did not get paid. Contact the Bureau of Consumer Protection if you believe you are a victim of Delta Auto Protect. You can call them at (1-800)441-2555, or submit a form online at www.attorneygeneral.gov, you can also send an email to scams@attorneygeneral.gov.