Humming bird waiting for directions. After spending the summer here, they’ll soon leave for home.
Port Allegany woman accused of stealing cash from store….Bradford man arrested for assault….Smethport woman cited for failing to use interlock device….Shinglehouse teen processed for assault….NY state driver and passenger unhurt in Cameron County accident….Turkey survey results should be filed now…..next on-air report at noon today on www.blackforestbroadcasting.com
A Port Allegany woman is being charged for stealing cash from the Nittany MiniMart on Route 6 in Keating Township over the period of several weeks. The theft was discovered last Thursday morning. Police withheld the name of the suspect and did not release any more details.
A 41 year old Bradford man has been arrested for an assault causing bodily injury. State police claim the suspect, whose name was withheld, hit a 41 year old Eldred man during an argument on Route 6 in Keating Township on the evening of August 29.
State police at Lewis Run have charged 37 year old Misty Mihalko of Smethport with DUI after observing her commit traffic law violations on West Washington Street in Bradford late Saturday night. Troopers claim Mihalko was driving without an ignition interlock device which is a felony.
Troopers did not release any information but said DUI charges are pending against the driver of a 2018 Dodge Ram they stopped on Route 44 in Ceres Township early Saturday morning.
A 17 year old Shinglehouse boy is being processed by state police via a non-traffic citation for harassment. Troopers say they investigated a domestic violence incident on High Street in Shinglehouse Saturday afternoon when an argument turned physical. Police said the 45 year old female victim did not want to press charges.
A Saratoga, NY driver and her passenger escaped injury in a one-car accident Saturday morning in Shippen Township, Cameron County. According to Emporium state police, Jean Woodring was driving a Ford F-650 which drifted off the highway and struck a guard rail, then continued along the guardrail for a ways before Woodring regained control and brought the truck to a controlled stop on the right side of the road. Woodring and her passenger, Beatrice Hautzinger also of Saratoga were using seatbelts. The truck was disabled and had to be towed from the scene.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s two-month survey on wild turkey sightings has ended, and participants are encouraged to report their July and August sightings through Monday, Sept. 5.Reports must be filed through the Game Commission’s website https://pgcdatacollection.pa.gov/TurkeyBroodSurvey. The mobile app is no longer available.