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  1. It dose not take very long to litter. On Monday morning (6:30 AM) while doing traffic control at accident other person with me pointed out 5 pieces of litter, said on Sunday he picked up all the litter in area.
  2. WATCH: A 12-year-old jumped into what he thought was a puddle. He got stuck in a waist-deep sinkhole Updated: 6:38 PM EDT Apr 13, 2021 SHOW TRANSCRIPT WINNIPEG, MB — A 12-year-old Canadian boy is recovering after a scary ordeal over the weekend. Samuel Desjardins was walking home with a friend when he thought he was jumping into a puddle, but he soon found himself stuck in waist-deep freezing muddy water. "My right leg went through, and it immediately went up to about half-way up my shin and then I kept gradually sinking from there," he told CBC News. Samuel's friend tried to help him out, but he began to get sucked in, too. Watch the video above to learn how Samuel was finally freed from the sinkhole. SEE VIDEO ; https://www.wtae.com/article/watch-a-12-year-old-jumped-into-what-he-thought-was-a-puddle-he-got-stuck-in-a-waist-deep-sinkhole/36112320
  3. Late night fire burns through Elk County business NEWS by: Andrew Lashinsky Posted: Apr 14, 2021 / 05:50 AM EDT / Updated: Apr 14, 2021 / 05:50 AM E ELK COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Flames brought firefighters to a business in Ridgway late Tuesday evening. The situation at 132 Main Street was first called in around 11:30 p.m., reportedly by police officers traveling through the area. Elk County emergency dispatch tells us it wasn’t until after 3 a.m. Wednesday that crews brought the scene under control. Nobody was injured in the blaze, and a fire marshal was on scene investigating. SEE VIDEO ; https://www.wearecentralpa.com/news/late-night-fire-burns-through-elk-county-business/
  4. Drug Task Force Investigation Leads to One of the Largest Heroin/Fentanyl Busts in Indiana County’s History April 14, 2021 12:32 am· Author: Aly Delp INDIANA CO., Pa. – A drug task force investigation in Indiana County led to one of the largest heroin/fentanyl busts in the county’s history. An investigation led by the Indiana County District Attorney’s Drug Task Force recently culminated in the arrest of a Blacklick resident. Officials say 34-year-old Allan Burnheimer has been charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Controlled Substances, graded as a felony, and related charges. The Honorable Judge Guy B. Haberl set bail at $150,000.00 cash, and the defendant is currently housed at the Indiana County Jail. Over the course of several days, members of the Drug Task Force turned one tip into a felony arrest. On the morning of April 8, 2021, a vehicle was stopped on Route 22 near Blairsville. During a search of the vehicle, members of the Drug Task Force found 50 bricks containing a mixture of heroin and fentanyl. A “brick” describes a bundle of fifty stamp bags containing drugs. Based upon this information, the task force conducted a search of the defendant’s property and found approximately $70,000.00 hidden inside the home. The defendant admitted that he purchased the property utilizing drug funds. The drugs seized in this case are among the largest amounts of heroin and fentanyl mixture discovered in a county investigation. To put it into perspective, the street value of the drugs seized is approximately $25,000.00. The total amount of stamp bags seized is 2,500. The heroin and fentanyl mix in a single bag can kill a drug user. “The Indiana County Drug Task Force was able to take one tip from a community member and turn it into a very sizable drug bust in a matter of days,” said District Attorney Bob Manzi. “This cooperative effort between the great men and women of law enforcement in our County has kept 2,500 bags containing heroin and fentanyl off of our streets.” The Indiana County Drug Task Force members on this case are comprised of Special County Detectives from the Indiana County Sheriff’s Office, Indiana Borough Police Department, and the Homer City Police Department. The Drug Task Force worked in cooperation with the Pennsylvania State Police, Troop A Community Enforcement Team (Tacet). As with the filing of all criminal charges, the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty. https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/drug-task-force-investigation-leads-to-one-of-the-largest-heroin-fentanyl-busts-in-county-history/
  5. One Person Rushed to Hospital After Car Hits Riding Mower in Snyder Township April 14, 2021 12:30 am· Author: Aly Delp SNYDER TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Police say one person was rushed to Penn Highlands Hospital after a car struck a riding lawn mower in Snyder Township last week. According to police, around 11:11 a.m. on April 6, a crash occurred on Kearney Road in Snyder Township, Jefferson County. Police say 86-year-old Pauline J. Orourke, of Brockway, was operating a 2011 Toyota Avalon, traveling north on Kearney Road when an individual on a riding lawn mower entered the roadway. Orourke’s vehicle struck the riding mover, continued onto the right side of the roadway, and struck a 2015 Ford Fiesta parked along the roadway. Orourke’s vehicle then continued off the roadway and struck a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt that was also parked along the roadway. Following the impact with the second parked vehicle, Orourke’s vehicle then traveled down over a bank and came to a final rest. Orourke was using a seat belt and was not injured. The driver of the riding lawn mower, whose name was not released, was transported to Penn Highlands Hospital by ambulance. Orourke was cited for a speed violation.
  6. All fire units returning except Fire Police - 3:54 AM.
  7. Reported structure fire on Main Street (Rt,948) in Ridgway. Time 10:43 PM. Elk St.4 and ambulance to respond, Use caution in the area,, Elk St.1 Aerial, St.2 to respond, -10:46 PM Believe it is Ferragine Spas & Pools. Elk St.6 Engine to scene - 12:11 AM. Elk St.2 Fire Police requested to area for traffic control Elk County Alerts 2tSmpnonsghoread · 4/13 23:40. Elk Companies 4, 1, 2, 6. 132 Main Street, Ridgway. Commerical structure Fire. Main Street is shut down.
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    New Ford Bronco

    FORD Published 19 mins ago Ford Bronco 6x6 with three row seating revealed for $399,000 Custom truck is a monster By Gary Gastelu | Fox News Fox News Autos test drive: 2021 Ford Bronco Sport The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is a crossover inspired by the original Bronco that's ready for adventure, says Fox News Autos Editor Gary Gastelu. The Ford Bronco is coming back in a big way, literally in one case. Ford truck specialist Maxlider Brothers Customs has begun taking orders for a 6x6 version of the 2021 Bronco. Six-wheel trucks have become something of a thing in recent years, with the likes of the Mercedes-Benz AMG 6x6 and Hennessey Performance Chevrolet Silverado-based Goliath blowing up Instagram accounts and bank accounts around the world. Maxlider hasn’t offered a 6x6 before, but has built stretched four-door versions of the original Bronco with three rows of seats due to demand from owners who wanted to bring more of their family along to enjoy them with. Details on the new one are still being developed, but it features a stretched frame that accommodates the extra axle and covered cargo area along with optional third row of seats. "We've had a lot of interest already. Ford already has orders for 200,000 Broncos, so the novelty will eventually wear off and people will be looking for something unique," CEO Erik Barnlund told Fox News Autos. Maxlider is also offering modified versions of the two-axle Bronco that include 4-inch lift kits, unique fender flares, and steel steps and bumpers and is investigating doing a 5.0-liter V8 version, which will not be an option from the factory. The 6x6 project involves much more than bolting on a couple of parts, however, and comes with a price tag commensurate than the work required. While a loaded factory Bronco goes for around $64,000, the Maxlider 6x6 is priced at $399,000. SEE VIDEO ; https://www.foxnews.com/auto/ford-bronco-6x6-399000
  9. James Conner not returning to Steelers, signs with Arizona Cardinals April 13, 2021 at 11:45 am EDT By WPXI.com News Staff PITTSBURGH — Running back James Conner is a Steeler no more. He is heading to the desert, signing with the Arizona Cardinals. Conner was drafted by the Steelers in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft and played four seasons for the Black and Gold. He rushed for over 2,300 yards and scored 22 career touchdowns. Conner was named to the NFL Pro Bowl following the 2018 season. Conner is a western Pennsylvania success story. The Erie native played for the University of Pittsburgh and survived Hodgkin’s Lymphoma before making it to the NFL. The other running backs currently on the Steelers roster include Trey Edmunds, Anthony McFarland, Jaylen Samuels, Benny Snell Jr. and Kalen Ballage. SEE VIDEOS, TWEET ; https://www.wpxi.com/sports/nfl/pittsburgh-steelers/conner-signs-with-cardinals/FZUJPHOSBZEHZEUDPNHG7WNO4Y/
  10. State police to alter fitness standards that kept out women by Associated Press Wednesday, April 14th 2021 AA PSP HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The Pennsylvania State Police are agreeing to pay more than $2 million into a compensation fund and are changing physical fitness standards to settle a lawsuit over how its trooper hiring practices ruled out otherwise qualified women. The U.S. Justice Department announced the proposed settlement Tuesday of litigation that was launched seven years ago. A federal judge must give her final approval. The state police also has agreed to make it a priority to hire up to 65 women who were affected by the prior fitness standards for entry-level trooper positions. The Justice Department lawsuit claimed that nearly all male recruits met initial physical readiness tests, but about 30% of women failed. https://wjactv.com/news/local/state-police-to-alter-fitness-standards-that-kept-out-women
  11. April 13 - 17 new cases now 3,094. 1 New death now at 92.
  12. You are here: Home » News Local News Man Accused of Touching Himself in Front of Children April 13, 2021 12:35 am· Author: Aly Delp PINE CREEK TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Punxsutawney-based State Police are currently investigating an incident where a man allegedly touched himself intimately in front of children in Pine Creek Township. Police say around 10:07 a.m. on April 1, a known male was observed at a location along US Route 322 near Iowa Road in Pine Creek Township, allegedly touching himself in an intimate manner as children walked past him. Police then responded to the location and confronted the man. According to police, the investigation into the incident is ongoing. The suspect’s name has not been released.
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