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  1. PSP investigating string of arsons along Route 555 in Gibson Twp, Cameron Co. by WJAC staff Saturday, October 24th 2020 AA Fire (Getty Images) CAMERON CO, Pa (WJAC) — State police in Cameron County are investigating a string of arsons that have occurred along Route 555 in Gibson Township. Troopers say the first two incidents occurred on July 5 and July 26 near Moser Lane. The most recent incident, troopers say, occurred on Oct. 11, around 9 p.m., near Cash Dollar Road. Investigators say all three fires were caused by someone using emergency road flares to ignite fallen leaves and outside debris. A state police fire marshal, the Sinnamahoning Fire Department and authorities with the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is investigating, according to the report. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police in Emporium at 814-486-3321.
  2. Reported gas leak on Shaffer Road - DuBois Mall - Sandy Twp. Time 5:24 PM. St.37 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area.
  3. This morning was accident (Oct.24) around 5:02 AM. assisted St.5 at the 113 Eastbound on I-80
  4. Hearing Scheduled for Man Caught After Attempting to Steal Vehicle in Warsaw Township October 24, 2020 12:27 am· Author: Aly Delp WARSAW TWP., Pa. (EYT) – A hearing has been scheduled for a man who was caught after attempting to steal a vehicle from the driveway of a residence in Warsaw Township. Court documents indicate 41-year-old Jamie Lee Altemus, of Sarver, is scheduled to stand for a preliminary hearing in front of Magisterial District Judge Gregory M. Bazylak at 9:15 a.m. on November 3. He faces the following charges: – Theft By Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Felony 3 – Criminal Attempt – Theft By Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Felony 3 – Possession of Controlled Substance, Misdemeanor – Use/Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Misdemeanor – Loitering And Prowling At Night Time, Misdemeanor 3 (three counts) – Harassment – Subject Other to Physical Contact, Summary – Criminal Trespass/Simple Trespasser, Summary (three counts) – Disorderly Conduct-Unreasonable Noise, Summary (two counts) – Public Drunkenness And Similar Misconduct, Summary He remains lodged in the Jefferson County Jail on $100,000.00 monetary bail. The charges stem from an incident that occurred in Warsaw Township in September. Details of the case: According to a criminal complaint, around 3:00 a.m. on September 16, DuBois-based State Police were dispatched to a residence on Michaels Lane in Warsaw Township for a report of an unknown man in the yard of the residence. Police then searched the area but were unable to locate the man. Around 4:04 a.m., DuBois-based State Police were dispatched to another residence on State Route 28 in Warsaw Township, near the first residence, for a report of an unknown male attempting to steal the property owner’s vehicle that was parked in the driveway. At the scene, police spoke to the victim, who stated he was sleeping and was awakened by a noise outside. The victim then looked out of his window and saw a man in a heavy black coat getting into his truck, a black 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. According to the complaint, the victim went out and confronted the man who refused to exit the truck. The victim then struck the man with the stock of his shotgun several times, which the complaint states was not loaded. The victim reported the man pushed and shoved him and exited the truck, then walked down the driveway toward State Route 28. The complaint notes police observed a heavy dew on the grass at a nearby mailbox that showed the marks of someone recently walking through the yard. The troopers followed the tracks on foot and found a man in a heavy black coat, matching the description of the man that had entered the truck. The man was then detained and was identified as Jamie Lee Altemus. When asked if he attempted to steal a truck nearby, Altemus reportedly stated: “Yeah, I messed up, and that guy worked me over pretty good with a shotgun,” the complaint states. According to the complaint, Altemus admitted to using meth around 8 p.m. on September 15 and said he had an empty bag that had contained meth in his pocket. A search of Altemus then found a clear plastic baggie containing suspected crystal methamphetamine in his pants pocket. The complaint notes Altemus also showed signs of impairment from a controlled substance. Altemus was arraigned in front of Magisterial District Judge Gregory M Bazylak at 12:09 a.m. on September 16. https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/hearing-scheduled-for-man-caught-after-attempting-to-steal-vehicle-in-warsaw-township/
  5. New lawsuit alleges major retailers wrongly charged sales tax on face masks in Allegheny Co. New lawsuit alleges major retailers wrongly charged sales tax on face masks in Allegheny Co. By: WPXI.com News Staff Updated: October 23, 2020 - 5:15 PM ALLEGHENY COUNTY, Pa. — A new lawsuit filed in Allegheny County alleges that a long list of major retailers “wrongly charged sales tax on the face masks that Pennsylvanians must purchase before dining out, going to work or sending kids to school.” The complaint was filed in the common pleas court by East End Trial Group, LLC -- on behalf of Daniel Garcia and others who raised similar concerns. In total, 15 different retailers were identified in the lawsuit, representing 43 brands. Those retailers are: American Eagle Carter’s Chico’s Express Foot Locker Francesca’s Gabriel Brothers Genesco Hot Topic J.Crew Kohl’s Tapestry The Gap Vera Bradley Walgreens In the complaint, attorneys argue these retailers disregarded the April ruling that “[p]rotective face masks that are sold at retail are exempt from Pennsylvania sales tax during the emergency disaster declaration issued on March 6, 2020 by Governor Wolf.” The lawsuit alleges that anyone in Pennsylvania who paid a sales tax on face masks since March 6 is entitled to at least $100 per purchase. “At a time when 16% of Pennsylvanians were unemployed, these retailers disregarded Pennsylvania’s Department of Revenue and collected sales taxes on facemasks we had to purchase to go to work, attend school, and shop for groceries," said attorney Kevin Tucker. "Through this lawsuit, our client demands an immediate stop to this practice and compensation of at least $100 for every person in Pennsylvania who paid a mask tax. If you purchased a mask from one of those retailers and were charged sales tax, you can petition for a refund with the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue and contact 617-398-5660 or rachelle@blockleviton.com. Channel 11 did contact American Eagle Outfitters for a comment and a spokesperson responded that the organization does not comment on ongoing litigation. A spokesperson for J.Crew also declined to comment. A Chico’s spokesperson sent this response: “Chico’s FAS is committed to complying with all laws and regulations in each state in which we operate. While we do not discuss active litigation, we take all customers concerns seriously and are again carefully reviewing the regulations regarding the sale of face masks in Pennsylvania.” You can view the full complaint that was filed Thursday in the document below: Garcia v. American Eagle Ou... by WPXI Staff SEE VIDEO REPORT ; https://www.wpxi.com/news/top-stories/new-lawsuit-alleges-major-retailers-wrongly-charged-sales-tax-face-masks-allegheny-co/VZCQHPDP6VBWJB7LUNNSPAVD6U/
  6. Brookville Woman Faces Charges for Stealing, Forging Check October 24, 2020 12:32 am· Author: Aly Delp BARNETT TWP., Pa. (EYT) – A Brookville woman is facing charges for allegedly stealing a check, forging the signature, and then using it at a local business. Court documents indicate 33-year-old Barbara Allison McAndless is scheduled to stand for a preliminary hearing in front of Magisterial District Judge Gregory M. Bazylak at 9:00 a.m. on November 3, on the following charges: – Forgery – Unauthorized Act In Writing, Felony 2 – Theft By Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Misdemeanor 2 – Receiving Stolen Property, Misdemeanor 2 The charges stem from a theft that occurred in July in Barnett Township, Jefferson County. According to a criminal complaint, a known male victim contacted Marienville-based State Police on July 30 to report a check was stolen from his checkbook. The victim reported that on July 24, his signature was forged and the check was used at a business in Brookville. He told police he was able to view surveillance video from the store and was able to determine the person who used the check was Barbara Mcandless. The victim also specified that he wanted to pursue charges and provided a copy of the surveillance video, the canceled check, and the transaction record from the business to police, the complaint notes. Police then interviewed McAndless on August 22. According to the complaint, McAndless admitted that she knew she had committed theft and was wrong to forge the victim’s signature. She stated it was a “snap decision made in anger” due to a conflict with the victim. She also reportedly stated that she would have told the victim she took the check if he would have asked. But, if he didn’t ask, she “wasn’t sure if she would have ever told him,” according to the complaint. The charges were filed against McAndless through Magisterial District Judge Gregory M Bazylak’s office on August 26. https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/brookville-woman-faces-charges-for-stealing-forging-check/
  7. Reported accident (rollover) in area of 113 mm Eastbound on I-80. Time 5:02 AM. St.5, 41 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area. I - 080 LAST UPDATED: 10/24/2020 05:27:33 am COUNTY: Clearfield County MUNICIPALITY: PINE TOWNSHIP DESCRIPTION: Crash on I-80 eastbound between 2.9 miles east of Exit 111: PA 153 - CLEARFIELD and 4.3 miles east of Exit 111: PA 153 - CLEARFIELD. There is a lane restriction.
  8. Elk There were 5 Locations Found Elk Johnsonburg Borough Police Dept. 100 Main Street Johnsonburg PA 15845 814-965-2816 Elk Elk County Sheriff's Office 250 Main Street Ridgway PA 15853 814-776-5353 Elk Ridgway Police Dept. 108 Main Street Ridgway PA 15853 814-772-0000 Elk State Police-Troop C / Ridgway 48 Servidea Dr. Ridgway PA 15853 Elk City of Saint Marys Police Dept. 319 Erie Avenue Saint Marys PA 15857 814-781-1315 24/7
  9. Clarion There were 4 Locations Found Clarion Clarion Borough Police Department 1400 East Main Street Clarion PA 16214 814-226-9140 M-S 24 hrs/7days a week Clarion State Police-Troop C / Clarion 209 Commerce Rd. Clarion PA 16214 Clarion Knox Borough Police Dept. 620 South Main Street Knox PA 16232 814-797-1100 Clarion Southern Clarion County Regional Police Dept. 220 Broad Street New Bethlehem PA 16242 814-275-1180
  10. Jefferson There were 6 Locations Found Jefferson Brockway Drug Co., Inc. (Pharmacy) 1365 Main Street Brockway PA 15824 814-268-3305 Monday thru Friday: 8AM to 7PM; Saturadays: 9AM to 4PM; Sundays: 10AM to Noon Jefferson Brockway Police Department 501 Main Street Brockway PA 15824 814-265-2055 Jefferson Jefferson County Court House 200 Main Street Brookville PA 15825 814-849-1613 Jefferson State Police-Troop C / Punxsutawney 485 N Findley St. Punx PA 15767 Jefferson Punxsutawney Police Department 301 East Mahoning Street Punxsutawney PA 15767 814-938-6220 Jefferson Reynoldsville Police Department 460 Main Street Reynoldsville PA 15851 814-653-2510
  11. Clearfield There were 8 Locations Found Clearfield Clearfield Borough Police Dept. 14 South Front Street Clearfield PA 16830 814-765-1533 Clearfield Clearfield County Courthouse 230 East Market Street Clearfield PA 16830 814-765-2641 Clearfield Curwensville Police Dept. 900 Susquehanna Avenue Curwensville PA 16833 814-236-3858 Clearfield DuBois City Police Department 16 West Scribner Avenue DuBois PA 15801 814-371-2326 Clearfield Sandy Township Police Dept. 1094 Chestnut Avenue DuBois PA 15801 814-371-4220 Clearfield Lawrence Township Police Dept. 1215 Hall Street Hyde PA 16843 814-765-1647 Clearfield Decatur Township Police Dept. 575 Fairview Road Osceola Mills PA 16666 814-339-6775 Clearfield State Police-Troop C / Clearfield 147 Doe Hill Rd. Woodland PA 16881-9781
  12. Wolf Administration Encourages Participation in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day by Gant Team Saturday, October 24, 2020 in Local News, Top Stories 0 0 Share on FacebookShare on Twitter HARRISBURG – Gov. Tom Wolf and the Departments of Drug and Alcohol Programs and Health are encouraging all Pennsylvanians to take advantage of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) 19th National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day initiative Saturday, Oct. 24. “As we continue to combat COVID-19, we can’t forget about the need to protect Pennsylvanians in every way we can and Drug Take-Back Day is a proven initiative to properly dispose of unwanted or unused prescription medications,” Wolf said. “I encourage every Pennsylvanian to participate in Drug Take-Back Day.” “With more Pennsylvanians home to contain the spread of COVID-19, there has never been a more important time to properly dispose of unused and unwanted medications,” said DDAP Secretary Jennifer Smith. “Your participation could be the difference between keeping a loved one healthy and safe or misusing a prescription and ultimately falling victim to the opioid epidemic. We can all do our part to help fellow Pennsylvanians.” During the DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, individuals may drop off unwanted prescription and over-the-counter medication at any of the hundreds of secure locations throughout the state. The service is free and anonymous. “Drug Take-Back Day is an important opportunity to get rid of unused prescription drugs and prevent the disease of addiction and overdose deaths,” Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said. “Prescription drug misuse and abuse play a large role in the opioid crisis, but each of us can help change that. There are many locations across Pennsylvania where unused prescription drugs can be dropped off, with no questions asked.” The DEA has offered National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day since 2010 with the goal of fighting prescription drug misuse by creating convenient ways to dispose of medication that would otherwise be at risk of misuse in home medicine cabinets. During last year’s event, approximately 883,000 pounds of prescription medication was relinquished at nearly 6,300 sites nationwide. That day, Pennsylvanians contributed 36,880 pounds from 295 locations throughout the commonwealth. Additionally, since the inception of Pennsylvania’s drug take-back program in 2014, there has been more than 537,000 pounds of prescription medication destroyed, with more than 800 take-back boxes established in all 67 counties throughout the commonwealth. Individuals seeking recovery resources for themselves or a loved one can call the toll-free PA Get Help Now helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357). A live chat option is also available online or via text message at 717-216-0905 for those seeking help who may not be comfortable speaking to a helpline operator. For more information on the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, visit www.dea.gov. Find one of Pennsylvania’s drug take-back locations here. Find more information on the state’s efforts to battle the opioid crisis here.
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  14. Reported accident ( car into bridge) at bridge construction zone at Washington/Main Street( Rt.830) in Falls Creek. Time 10:52 PM. St.4 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area. Roadway is closed. Now sounds like vehicle has been moved, traffic control at the bridge.- 11:14 PM.
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