223 live animals were removed from a farm in Erie County on Saturday after police investigated reports of neglect and cruelty. Troopers from the Pennsylvania State Police contacted ANNA Shelter to help remove dozens of dogs, pigs, cats, chickens, pigeons, ducks, and more from a farm on Edinboro Road in Summit Township after doing a warranted search of the property and determining their living conditions were inhumane. Numerous dead animals were also discovered at a burn pile on the farm. At press time the investigation is ongoing and no charges have been filed.
Residents near Clarion can have sensitive documents securely shredded at no cost on Saturday by making a morning trip to the office of State Representative Donna Oberlander. From 9AM to 11AM on Saturday, October 15th, a secure shredder truck from Iron Mountain will be on hand to shred documents for free at Oberlander’s office at 160 South Second Avenue in Clarion. For more information call the office of Representative Donna Oberlander at (814)226-9000.