News Live 365: May 20th, 2022

Authorities are looking for the suspect of an attempted burglary near Titusville. At about 2PM on Tuesday, May 17th, the suspect was trying to steal a side-by-side ATV from a home on Springcreek Road but fled northward when the resident came outside. The suspect was described as having dark colored hair and wearing tan cargo shorts, a black t-shirt, and a blue or black backpack; the witness said they stood between 5’6” and 5’8” tall and estimated the weight at 150 pounds. Anyone with information should call the Pennsylvania State Police in Corry at (814)663-2043.

Pennsylvania Rep. Donna Oberlander and Clarion County sheriff Shawn Zerfoss are teaming up for their second ever license plate replacement event. Clarion County Sheriff’s Deputies will be on hand at Rep. Oberlander’s Clarion office from 3PM to 5PM on June 2nd to check license plates for damage and illegibility and help replace those damaged plates with new ones at no cost. If a deputy determines a plate is an illegible one staff from Rep. Oberlander’s office will guide you through the application process and new license plates should arrive within two weeks.

In both state and local news a Commonwealth Court Judge filed an injunction on the continuation of plans to build toll bridges along Interstates across Pennsylvania. Commonwealth Court Judge Ellen Ceisler issued a temporary injunction on all studies, projects, and acquisitions that are geared toward the toll bridge projects earlier this week; her justification was the numerous legal challenges by several counties and municipalities that believe the toll bridges to be both illegal and unconstitutional. The city of Clarion where a bridge carrying Interstate 80 over Canoe Creek was one of the targets for Governor Wolf’s toll plan; it sought to raise more revenue for PennDOT to be put toward repairing and replacing other bridges.