News Live 365: May 3rd, 2021

15 year old Alana Bonanno of Youngstown Ohio is missing and believed to be in our region, the Williamsfield, or Andover area. Alana is a white female, about 5 feet tall and 180 pounds with auburn hair and blue eyes; she also has a pierced nose and tattoos on her left ankle, right calf, and right thigh. Anyone with information should call The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at  1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) or the Youngstown Ohio Police Department at (1-330)747-7911..

 

Meadville Medical Center is hosting another COVID-19 vaccination clinic for Pfizer vaccine at the old Peeble’s building in Park Avenue Plaza on Friday May 7th. It’s a first and second shot clinic open to anyone 16 years or older. Schedule online at MMCHS.org or call (814)336-1800.

 

Today is the final day to register to vote ahead of the 2021 Primary Election. In addition to local offices such as mayors, city council, and judges, this primary has three potential amendments to the Commonwealth Constitution for consideration which can be voted on despite party affiliation. There is also only one week left to request a mail in or absentee ballot.

 

The Pennsylvania State Police are searching for information on an ATV and Trailer stolen near Union City. The trailer is a single axle trailer with two wheels, a rusty red/black in color with a Pennsylvania license XBE 4123. The ATV is 4 wheeler, a green in color 2018 Can AM 450 EFI with a rancher front and rear bumper. Call the Corry State Police with information at (814)663-2043.

 

PennDOT now has work schedules for the week of May 3rd available online for public viewing. District 1 encompasses Crawford, Erie, Venango, Forest, Mercer, and Warren Counties, while Clarion County is in District 10. Find them at Penndot.gov/regionaloffices

 

In State News, five women, Desirae Feitl, Quinzal Powell, Jodi Shirey, Brandi Zediker, and Crystal Pakutz have all been charged as members of a drug ring that shipped and distributed nearly half a million dollars worth of fentanyl laced heroin in Butler County. According to the office of the Pennsylvania Attorney General 50,000 doses worth of heroin laced with fentanyl were shipped by the ring from Philadelphia to Butler County last year and more than $230,000 and 2,3000 stamp bags of fentanyl laced heroin where discovered during a multiple agency operation to apprehend the members of the crime ring.