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  1. Missing Man, Wanted on Child Porn Charges, Found Dead February 19, 2019 12:21 am· Author: Aly Delp CHERRY TWP., Pa. (EYT) – A missing Pennsylvania man, who was accused of possessing over 1,000 photos of child pornography, has been found dead. According to ButlerRadio, 52-year-old Christopher Dublin, of Slippery Rock, who was reported missing in early February, was found dead over the weekend on state game lands in Cherry Township. Butler County Coroner Bill Young confirmed that Dublin committed suicide. Following his disappearance on February 4, police held a multi-day search for Dublin, utilizing cadaver dogs. Then, just one week later, a felony warrant was issued for his arrest. He was accused of possessing over 1,000 photos of child pornography on an external hard drive. According to Trooper Joseph Streyle of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s Computer Crime Unit, the investigation into Dublin had been ongoing since in March 2018. http://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/missing-man-wanted-on-child-porn-charges-found-dead/
  2. Jefferson County Woman Charged With Felony Assistance Fraud February 19, 2019 12:30 am· Author: Aly Delp PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (EYT) – A Jefferson County woman is facing charges after she allegedly failed to report a change in income in order to obtain Cash Assistance benefits. Court documents indicate the Pennsylvania Office of State Inspector General filed the following criminal charge against 35-year-old Elizabeth A. Lee, of Brookville: – Fraud Obtain Foodstamps/Assistance, Misdemeanor 2 According to a criminal complaint, a caseworker who was actively administering the case received information through a Department of Human Services information that Elizabeth A. Lee began new employment from August 13, 2018, to December 25, 2018. A referral was made to the PA Office of Inspector General (OIG) to investigate for fraud. The complaint states that the OIG investigation discovered that Lee “willfully failed to report this new employment and wages” and she “knowingly withheld this material fact from the Department of Human Services knowing this would negatively affect her eligibility for Cash Assistance (CA) Benefits.” According to the complaint, Lee acknowledged she was interviewed on February 15, 2018, by the caseworker who explained the Public Assistance Application Rights and Responsibilities Statement. Lee also acknowledged she understood the rights and responsibility to report changes by the tenth of the month following the month of change to the Department of Human Services and that all information reported is true and correct under penalty of law. Additionally, Lee signed an affidavit to report changes on February 1, 2018. These rights and responsibilities were also reviewed with Lee by a caseworker who will testify that Lee understood them, according to the complaint. Payroll records reviewed by investigators verify dates of employment and wages for Lee. Also, the payroll administrator will testify to Lee’s payroll records, the complaint states. Certified MA transcripts verify the amount of benefits received during the overpayment period. Follow-up verified by matching birthdate, Social Security number, etc., that Lee knowingly withheld information from the Department of Human Services in order to fraudulently obtain CA benefits that she was not eligible from August 17, 2018, to December 25, 2018, totaling $1,277.50, the complaint indicates. Based on the investigation, charges were filed in Magisterial District Judge Jacqueline J. Mizerock’s office on January 29, 2019. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 21, with Judge Mizerock presiding. http://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/complaint-elizabeth-lee-foodstamp-fraud-1-29-19/
  3. Plow Truck Crashes into Car in Jefferson County February 19, 2019 12:25 am· Author: Aly Delp WASHINGTON TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Police responded to a two-vehicle crash early Sunday evening in Washington Township. According to police, around 5:51 p.m. on Sunday, February 17, Lawrence B. Smith, 51, of Reynoldsville, was operating a 2013 International Harvester Workstar, traveling south on State Route 219 in the right lane, spreading anti-skid onto the roadway. Police say Smith was preparing to make a left turn onto a crossover and failed to see a 2007 Nissan Altima, operated by 44-year-old David J. Schmahl, of Tonawanda, NY, traveling south in the left lane. Schmahl was unable to stop and struck the rear of Smith’s vehicle as he turned. Smith, Schmahl, and Schmal’s passengers – 60-year-old Mary K. Schmahl of Buffalo, NY, and 23-year-old Gennalyn Schmahl of Tonawanda, NY, were all wearing seatbelts, and no injuries were reported. Smith was cited for a traffic violation. Sandy Township Police Department and Zimmerman Towing assisted at the scene. http://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/plow-truck-crashes-into-car-in-jefferson-county/
  4. You can run, but you can not hide. It may take some time but in the end some thing even minor will close the case
  5. Reported structure fire (Triangle Auto Springs.- ceiling ) on East Maloney Rd,- Sandy Twp. Time 8:37 AM. Sandy Fire Dept. and ambulance to respond . Use caution in the area.
  6. First thing kids are going to say after you bring groceries home -- There is nothing to eat.
  7. Emerging DNA technique leads to arrest in 1993 murder of woman found in dorm bathtub By Erin Donaghue Updated on: February 18, 2019 / 5:41 PM / CBS News DNA leads to arrest in 1993 murder Investigators in Alaska have used a controversial new DNA technique to arrest a Maine man in the 1993 murder of a woman found slain in a bathtub at a University of Alaska Fairbanks residence hall. Sophie Sergie, 20, was a former student at the university and had been staying with a friend there when she was killed April 26, 1993, according to charging documents obtained by the Portland Press-Herald. She was last seen leaving her friend's dorm room to smoke a cigarette shortly after midnight, and was found by a custodian hours later, shot dead in a shower room. In an announcement Friday, Alaska State Troopers said investigators used genetic genealogy — the same technique California investigators used to identify the suspect in the notorious Golden State Killer case — to arrest 44-year-old Steven H. Downs of Auburn, Maine. Downs had been an 18-year-old student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and lived in the same residence hall where Sergie was found murdered, according to the charging documents. Sophie Sergie Alaska State Troopers "This arrest is the culmination of years of effort and tenacious attention by this department to solve a horrendous murder — the impact of that murder was felt statewide," Alaska Department of Public Safety Commissioner Amanda Price said as she announced the arrest Friday in Anchorage, with Sergie's family standing by. "The many investigators who have continued to work this case never let the loss of Sophie leave their minds." The murder of Sophie Sergie, an Alaska Native, was mentioned by Sen. Lisa Murkowski when she addressed a report from the Urban Indian Health Institute last year about missing and murdered indigenous women and the lack of adequate data to combat the violence, reports CBS affiliate KTVA-TV. A medical examiner determined Sergie had been sexually assaulted and died from a single gunshot wound to the back of the head. She had also been stabbed twice in the right corner of her right eye, and the autopsy determined the young woman had been alive when she suffered the stab wounds, according to the charging document. A bullet from a .22 caliber handgun was uncovered, but no murder weapon was ever found. Downs and his roommate, a campus security guard, were both briefly interviewed during the initial investigation, the documents say, but they denied having any knowledge of the murder. Steven H. Downs WGME-TV While DNA technology was not yet being used in Alaska at the time of Sergie's death, investigators collected biological evidence from her body, and in the late 1990s were able to develop a DNA profile of the unidentified suspect. In 2000, investigators processed the DNA again using more advanced technology and entered it into the FBI's national criminal database, which houses DNA profiles from criminal offenders, but no matches were found. As years passed, investigators developed more potential suspects, the charging documents say, but none of them matched the still-unidentified DNA profile. Downs came across investigators' radar again in 2010, the documents say, after an Alaska State Trooper cold case investigator newly assigned to the case re-interviewed Downs' former roommate. The roommate had been on-duty working as a security guard the night of Sergie's murder and was later fired for having a gun, which was not allowed in the dorms. The roommate denied owning a .22 caliber handgun, but said Downs kept an H&R model .22 caliber weapon in their dorm room in 1993. The state investigator continued working on the case until he retired, the charging documents say, but still wasn't able to develop a concrete suspect. The case took a turn in 2018, when Sgt. Randy McPherron, an Alaska State Troopers homicide investigator, learned that an emerging technique known as genetic genealogy had been used by investigators in California to identify "Golden State Killer" suspect Joseph DeAngelo. The technique utilizes public DNA databases, where users who have obtained their own DNA profiles from commercial comanies uch as Ancestry.com and 23andMe can upload them to expand their search for relatives. Police tracked down "Golden State Killer" suspect by matching DNA from public database Since DeAngelo's arrest, other cold case investigators have used unidentified suspect DNA profiles to search the public databases of genetic blueprints in the hopes of finding a "partial match" — a relative — and developing a family tree to narrow down the search for a suspect. The technique, however, has raised a host of privacy concerns. McPherron partnered with the private lab Parabon NanoLabs to conduct the genetic comparison, and the lab turned up a match to a female relative of Downs, according to the charging documents. Investigators interviewed Downs in Maine, where he lived and was employed as a nurse, but he again denied involvement, according to the charging documents. When Maine State Police showed him a picture of Sergie, he allegedly said he remembered a woman had been murdered on campus, but denied knowing her. "I remember the pictures, it's terrible, poor girl," he said, according to the documents. He said he believed soldiers from Fort Wainwright, a nearby Army barracks, may have been responsible because they were often in the dorm. He said if he knew anything about the murder he would have been "forthright from the jump" and maintained "I never knew or saw anything to begin with." But when investigators obtained a search warrant for Downs' DNA, according to the charging documents, it matched the suspect profile. Downs' DNA hadn't come up in the previous search of the national criminal database because he had no previous arrests, the charging documents said. Downs was taken into custody Friday at a business in Auburn, Maine, with help from local authorities, reports KTVA. He is expected to be extradited to Alaska, where a grand jury will be convened. He will make his first court appearance Tuesday at the Androscoggin County Courthouse in Maine, reports CBS affiliate WGME-TV.DNA SEE VIDEO REPORT ; https://www.cbsnews.com/news/sophie-sergie-emerging-dna-technique-leads-to-arrest-steven-downs-in-1993-murder-of-woman-found-in-dorm-bathtub/
  8. When my husband grocery shops with the kids Published by That's Inappropriate on February 17, 2019 0 Vote up! My husband has started pitching in with the grocery shopping and cooking. Before you freak out, let's all remember that he eats food too. He recently told me he was going to go grocery shopping with the kids, and this is what happened. It is NEVER, let me repeat, NEVER, a good idea to go grocery shopping with the kids. SEE VIDEO ; http://community.today.com/parentingteam/post/when-my-husband-grocery-shops-with-the-kids
  9. Employee Accused of Stealing Over $1,800 from Burger King Monday, February 18, 2019 @ 12:02 AM Posted by Joanne Bauer MONROE TWP., Pa. (EYT) – State Police are investigating a report of a theft at Burger King in Monroe Township. According to a release issued on Sunday by Clarion-based State Police, approximately $1,816.00 was taken by an employee at Burger King located on State Route 68, in Monroe Township, Clarion County. The incident occurred sometime between 11:00 a.m. on January 26, 2019, and 5:30 a.m. on January 27, 2019. The suspect’s name has not been released. Police declined to release further information, citing an active investigation. http://www.exploreclarion.com/2019/02/18/employee-accused-of-stealing-over-1800-from-burger-king/
  10. Active Weather Alerts Winter Weather Advisory Issued: 3:2/19/2019 3:05:33 AM AM Feb. 19, 2019 – National Weather Service ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 7 AM WEDNESDAY TO 1 AM EST THURSDAY... * WHAT...Mixed precipitation expected. Total snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches and ice accumulation up to one tenth of an inch expected. * WHERE...Forest, Jefferson PA and Indiana Counties. * WHEN...From 7 AM Wednesday to 1 AM EST Thursday. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Plan on slippery road conditions. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning and evening commute. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A Winter Weather Advisory means that periods of snow, sleet or freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. Please report snow or ice by calling 412-262-1988, posting to the NWS Pittsburgh Facebook page, or using Twitter @NWSPittsburgh https://www.wunderground.com/severe/us/pa/brockway/15824
  11. School threat system fields thousands of tips in first month by Mark Scolforo, Associated Press Monday, February 18th 2019 Pennsylvania's new mandatory threat reporting system for schools is drawing thousands of tips in its first month. (AP) HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania's new mandatory threat reporting system for schools is drawing thousands of tips in its first month. Officials say this week the Safe 2 Say Something program run by the attorney general's office fielded more than 4,900 reports since it was launched in early January. The program passed the Legislature with near unanimity last year, mandating participation by all K-12 students in Pennsylvania. That includes charter, private and vocational-technical schools. The reports come in through the phone, by email and via an app. They're fielded by a team at the attorney general's office in downtown Harrisburg. Callers are assured of anonymity. Similar programs are mandated in four other states. Officials say Pennsylvania is the first state to do a comprehensive launch of the program. https://wjactv.com/news/local/school-threat-system-fields-thousands-of-tips-in-first-month-02-18-2019
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  13. 5 injured, 2 critically, after wheel goes through windshield by The Associated Press Monday, February 18th 2019 State police say a tire and wheel crashed through the windshield of a sport utility vehicle on the Pennsylvania Turnpike's Northeast Extension, critically injuring a woman and boy. (MGN) JIM THORPE, Pa. (AP) — State police say a tire and wheel crashed through the windshield of a sport utility vehicle on the Pennsylvania Turnpike's Northeast Extension, critically injuring a woman and boy. Police say the SUV was heading south on Interstate 476 in Penn Forest Township when the wheel and tire came off an unidentified piece of machinery being hauled north. The 34-year-old woman and 7-year-old boy were flown to Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township. Police said Saturday the woman had a severe head injury and the boy also had a severe injury. The 36-year-old male SUV driver had minor injuries. Two other children aged 4 and 6 were uninjured. Police are seeking the vehicle hauling the machinery that was the source of the wheel and tire. SEE TWEET; https://wjactv.com/news/local/5-injured-2-critically-after-wheel-goes-through-windshield-02-18-2019
  14. Odd News Feb. 15, 2019 / 2:59 PM Police seize cocaine disguised as Lunchables in Ohio By Ben Hooper (0) Police in Ohio seized more than 4 pounds of cocaine disguised as Lunchables snacks. Photo courtesy of the Ohio State Highway Patrol Feb. 15 (UPI) -- The Ohio State Highway Patrol said two Florida men are facing charges after they were found to be transporting more than 4 pounds of cocaine disguised as Lunchables. The highway patrol said troopers pulled over the rented 2018 Ford F-150 for speeding and making unsafe lane changes on the Ohio Turnpike in Wood County. The driver was found to carrying a loaded .380 handgun and a search of the vehicle discovered two boxes of Lunchables were actually concealing more than 4 pounds of cocaine. https://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2019/02/15/Police-seize-cocaine-disguised-as-Lunchables-in-Ohio/5721550260517/
  15. Said about use of wrong fuel, when he got done racing who says he could not pull into field and hook up and plow the North 40.