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  1. Lancaster County Firemen's Association Annual FIRE EXPO in Harrisburg, Pa. on May 15, 16, 17, 2020 is Cancelled Website -- www.lcfa.com URGENT MESSAGE FIRE EXPO 2020 WILL BE CANCELLED DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID – 19 ISSUES WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO FIRE EXPO 2021 MAY 14, 15 & 16, 2021 THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT FIRE EXPO COMMITTEE
  2. Active Weather Alerts FLOOD WARNING ISSUED: 9:13 PM MAR. 28, 2020 – NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a * Flood Warning for... Northeastern Westmoreland County in southwestern Pennsylvania... Southeastern Armstrong County in west central Pennsylvania... Indiana County in west central Pennsylvania... Southwestern Jefferson PA County in west central Pennsylvania... * Until 315 AM EDT Sunday. * At 913 PM EDT, local officials reported flooding in the warning area due to thunderstorms. Flooding is ongoing. Between 1 and 2 inches of rain have fallen. Additional rainfall is likely overnight. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A Flood Warning means that flooding is imminent or occurring. All interested parties should take necessary precautions immediately. Turn around, don't drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles. In hilly terrain there are hundreds of low water crossings which are potentially dangerous in heavy rain. Do not attempt to cross flooded roads. Find an alternate route.
  3. Centre Co. convenience store cited for improper food storage, rodent droppings by Ryan Graffius Saturday, March 28th 2020 AA Zion Mart (WJAC) CENTRE CO, Pa (WJAC) — Zion Mart convenience store in Walker Township was cited earlier this month by a state health inspector for several violations, according to a report on PAFoodSafety.gov. Officials say on March 13, Zion Mart was cited for several violations related to improper food storage and for noticeable rodent droppings throughout the store. The health inspector also noted that the store did not have soap available at the food prep station or any sanitizing strips for testing sanitizer concentration The report states that the store is out of compliance and that a follow up inspection has been scheduled. To read the full report, click here. https://wjactv.com/news/local/centre-co-convenience-store-cited-for-improper-food-storage-rodent-droppings
  4. Reported accident in area of 138 mm Westbound on I-80. Time 5:36 PM. St.18,17,19 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area.
  5. Clarion Man Accused of Aggravated Indecent Assault of 14-Year-Old Girl March 28, 2020 12:30 am· Author: exploreJefferson CLARION TWP., Pa. (EYT) – A Clarion man is behind bars on charges related to allegations of indecent assault of a 14-year-old girl. Court documents indicate the Clarion-based State Police filed the following criminal charges against 23-year-old Steven Eugene Dunkle, of Clarion: – Aggravated Indecent Assault – Comp. Less Than 16, Felony 2 – Unlawful Contact With Minor – Sexual Offenses, Felony 2 – Corruption Of Minors – Defendant Age 18 or Above, Felony 3 – Indecent Assault Person Less 16 Years Age, Misdemeanor 2 According to a criminal complaint, Clarion-based State Police began an investigation after receiving two referrals from Clarion County Children and Youth Services (CYS) regarding allegations of child abuse they received from a mandated reporter. Trooper Bauer reviewed the referral, which reported Steven Dunkle was having sexual relations with a 14-year-old female. Dunkle was interviewed on March 12. According to the complaint, when asked if he knew why he was being interviewed, Dunkle stated he believed it was because “people kept saying” he was dating the juvenile victim, but he wasn’t. When asked if he’d ever had an intimate relationship with the victim, Dunkle said “No.” The complaint states that when asked if he had any physical contact with the victim, Dunkle related they would “horse around” by giving each other piggyback rides. Dunkle allegedly told police, “most of the time, she is on her phone, and I am on my phone.” According to the complaint, when pressed to be upfront and honest regarding his relationship with the victim, Dunkle stated, “nothing perverted happened,” but admitted he and the victim “started to like each other.” When further questioned regarding what he meant when he mentioned “nothing perverted,” Dunkle allegedly stated, “there was no sex or nothing,” and brought up the victim’s age. Dunkle was informed that his demeanor and hesitation in answering questions indicated he might be withholding details. He then allegedly admitted that he and the victim kissed “a couple of times,” within the past few days. Under further questioning, he also admitted he initiated the kissing, the complaint indicates. When questioned if he and the victim had done more than kiss, he was initially silent but then admitted to further sexual contact, according to the complaint. The victim was also interviewed on March 12 with a parent and a CYS caseworker present. The victim also admitted to the same sexual contact Dunkle had admitted to and provided a written statement, according to the complaint. Dunkle was arraigned in front of Magisterial District Judge Jeffrey C. Miller at 5:35 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24. Unable to post $15,000.00 monetary bail, he was lodged in the Clarion County Jail. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 31, with Magisterial District Judge Duane L. Quinn presiding. EDITOR’S NOTE 1: Extreme graphic details were not included due to the sexual nature of the alleged crimes. EDITOR’S NOTE 2: Several details were removed from this article to help protect the identity of the victim.
  6. NEWS Nurse sends heartbreaking text message to sister after contracting coronavirus Kious Jordan Kelly treated patients with the novel coronavirus before contracting it himself March 28, 2020, 11:05 AM EDT / Source: TODAY By Ronnie Koenig The sister of a New York City nurse who died this week after contracting the coronavirus is sharing her brother's heartbreaking final text messages — and a warning regarding the safety of all health care workers. Kious Jordan Kelly worked as an assistant nursing manager at Mount Sinai West treating patients stricken with the novel coronavirus. Kelly, a native of Lansing, Michigan, was hospitalized on March 17 after contracting the virus and died on Tuesday at age 48. He suffered from severe asthma and his sister, Marya Sherron, spoke to NBC News about her brother. “He just had this infectious energy," Sherron told NBC News producer Jay Blackman. "You felt good when he was around and you noticed when he left." Download the TODAY app for the latest coverage on the coronavirus outbreak. On March 18, Sherron received what would be Kelly's final text messages to her from the intensive care unit at Mount Sinai where he was on a ventilator. “Can’t talk because I choke and can’t breathe," he wrote. "I love you. Going back to sleep.” Sherron responded to her brother with words of encouragement. "You've pulled through so much. Love you and we are praying," she wrote. Hospitals in New York, currently the epicenter of the pandemic in the U.S., have been experiencing a dire shortage of supplies and protective gear. Sherron told NBC News that she believes her brother's death could have been prevented, and that she hopes changes will be made going forward to prevent other health care workers from suffering the same fate. "I absolutely believe that he contracted this because of the lack of PPE in his unit and at his hospital — but that's across our nation," Sherron told Blackman, referring to personal protective equipment, which can include masks, gowns and gloves. Volunteers sewing supplies for health care workers MARCH 28, 202001:38 After photos emerged showing hospital workers at Mount Sinai posing for photos on social media wearing garbage bags, the hospital noted that the nurses pictured were wearing proper PPE under the garbage bags and provided a statement to TODAY "When it comes to staff wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), the facts are very clear: We always provide all our staff with the critically important PPE they need to safely do their job," said Lucia Lee, the senior director of media for the Mount Sinai Health System. "If an individual does not have their proper PPE, they do not go on the floor, period. Any suggestion otherwise is simply not accurate." Mount Sinai also addressed Kelly's untimely death earlier this week. "We are deeply saddened by the passing of a beloved member of our nursing staff," the hospital said in a statement. "The safety of our staff and patients has never been of greater importance and we are taking every precaution possible to protect everyone. But this growing crisis is not abating and has already devastated hundreds of families in New York and turned our frontline professionals into true American heroes. Today, we lost another hero — a compassionate colleague, friend and selfless caregiver." Sherron hopes that her younger brother's death will serve as a warning of what's to come if action is not taken. "There's only going to be more," Sherron told NBC News. "He's not the only one with asthma. He's not the only one with conditions who is going to work every day helping and fighting for people." SEE RELATED VIDEO ; https://www.today.com/news/nurse-sends-heartbreaking-text-after-contracting-coronavirus-t177029?cid=referral_taboolafeed
  7. Active Weather Alerts FLASH FLOOD WARNING ISSUED: 4:35 PM MAR. 28, 2020 – NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a * Flash Flood Warning for... Indiana County in west central Pennsylvania... Southwestern Jefferson County in west central Pennsylvania... Northeastern Westmoreland County in southwestern Pennsylvania... Southeastern Armstrong County in west central Pennsylvania... * Until 1030 PM EDT. * At 434 PM EDT, Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing heavy rain across the warned area. Flash flooding is ongoing or expected to begin shortly. HAZARD...Flash flooding. SOURCE...Radar indicated. IMPACT...Flooding of small creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses as well as other drainage and low lying areas. * Some locations that will experience flooding include... Indiana, Homer City, Blairsville, Black Lick, Clymer, Avonmore, Rural Valley, Saltsburg, West Lebanon, New Florence, New Alexandria and Dayton. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Turn around, don't drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles. Please report flooding by calling 412-262-1988, posting to the NWS Pittsburgh Facebook page, or using Twitter @NWSPITTSBURGH. && FLASH FLOOD...RADAR INDICATED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH ISSUED: 1:46 PM MAR. 28, 2020 – NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 67 IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM EDT THIS EVENING FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS IN OHIO THIS WATCH INCLUDES 11 COUNTIES IN EAST CENTRAL OHIO BELMONT CARROLL COLUMBIANA COSHOCTON GUERNSEY HARRISON JEFFERSON OH MONROE MUSKINGUM NOBLE TUSCARAWAS IN PENNSYLVANIA THIS WATCH INCLUDES 15 COUNTIES IN NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA FOREST MERCER VENANGO IN SOUTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA ALLEGHENY FAYETTE GREENE WASHINGTON WESTMORELAND IN WEST CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA ARMSTRONG BUTLER CLARION INDIANA JEFFERSON PA IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA BEAVER LAWRENCE IN WEST VIRGINIA THIS WATCH INCLUDES 4 COUNTIES IN THE NORTHERN PANHANDLE OF WEST VIRGINIA BROOKE HANCOCK MARSHALL OHIO THIS INCLUDES THE CITIES OF ALIQUIPPA, AMBRIDGE, BEAVER FALLS, BROOKVILLE, BUTLER, CADIZ, CALDWELL, CAMBRIDGE, CANONSBURG, CARROLLTON, CLARION, COLUMBIANA, CONNELLSVILLE, COSHOCTON, DOVER, EAST LIVERPOOL, ELLWOOD CITY, FOLLANSBEE, FORD CITY, FRANKLIN, GREENSBURG, GROVE CITY, HERMITAGE, INDIANA, KITTANNING, LATROBE, MARTINS FERRY, MASONTOWN, MONACA, MOUNDSVILLE, MURRYSVILLE, NEW CASTLE, NEW KENSINGTON, NEW PHILADELPHIA, OIL CITY, PITTSBURGH METRO AREA, PUNXSUTAWNEY, SALEM, SHARON, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, STEUBENVILLE, TIONESTA, UNIONTOWN, WASHINGTON, WAYNESBURG, WEIRTON, WELLSBURG, WHEELING, WOODSFIELD, AND ZANESVILLE. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING ISSUED: 4:26 PM MAR. 28, 2020 – NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Warning for... Northeastern Indiana County in west central Pennsylvania... Southeastern Butler County in west central Pennsylvania... Southern Jefferson County in west central Pennsylvania... Armstrong County in west central Pennsylvania... Southeastern Clarion County in west central Pennsylvania... * Until 515 PM EDT. * At 425 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm was located near West Kittanning, or 7 miles west of Kittanning, moving east at 60 mph. HAZARD...Wind gusts to 60 mph and quarter-size hail. SOURCE...Radar. IMPACT...Minor hail damage to vehicles is possible. Expect wind damage to trees and power lines, resulting in some power outages. * Locations impacted include... Butler... Punxsutawney... Kittanning... Homeacre-Lyndora... Shanor-Northvue... Meridian... Ford City... Reynoldsville... Meadowood... Oak Hills... New Bethlehem... West Kittanning... PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a building. Please report severe weather by calling 412-262-1988, posting to the NWS Pittsburgh Facebook page, or using Twitter @NWSPITTSBURGH. && HAIL...1.00IN; WIND...60MPH
  8. Playing tackle football without protective gear in field with stones here and there.
  9. Reported structure fire (lightening strike ) on Cumberland Street in Clearfield. Time 3:54 PM. Clearfield St.1, 5, 6 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area.
  10. Jefferson County Man Graduates From State Police Academy With 98 Other Troopers March 28, 2020 12:32 am· Author: Joanne Bauer HARRISBURG, Pa. – A Jefferson County, Pa. man along with 98 other troopers on Friday graduated from State Police Academy in Hershey. Commissioner Robert Evanchick announced that 99 cadets have been assigned to troops across the Commonwealth. The men and women represent the 158th graduating cadet class. In accordance with statewide measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the graduation ceremony was closed to the public. The public was afforded the opportunity to view the event via a live stream on the Academy Facebook pageOpens In A New Window. “The men and women graduating today (Friday, March 27) join the ranks at an unprecedented time in our department’s history,” said Colonel Robert Evanchick, commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police. “Friends and family were unfortunately unable to attend and celebrate in person, but we are grateful for their support as our newest troopers begin their public service careers in a period of extraordinary need.” Six cadets received special awards and recognition: The American Legion Award, presented to the most outstanding cadet in recognition of all-around academic, physical, ethical, and moral qualifications: Gary Carneiro, Jefferson County, New York The Colonel Ronald L. Sharpe Award, presented to the cadet who most exemplifies the qualities of leadership: Philip S. Pronick, Dauphin County The Colonel John K. Schafer Award, presented to the cadet who achieved the highest combined score on a series of physical skills tests: Tristin C. Deneen, Fulton County The Commissioner Daniel F. Dunn Award, presented to the cadet who earned the highest level of academic achievement in the class: Jacob E. Brown-Schields, Lycoming County The Colonel Paul J. Chylak Award, presented to the cadet who demonstrated the highest proficiency in driver safety training: Adam D. Roberts, Bradford County The Sergeant Charles B. Gesford Award, presented to the cadet who scored the highest on the department’s pistol qualification course: Tyler A. Birdsall, Northumberland County The graduates have been assigned to the following troops: Troop B, Belle Vernon Zachary M. Casini of Westmoreland County Troop B, Uniontown Roman Caito of Allegheny County Dominic A. Galderisi of Fayette County Patrick M. Martin of Allegheny County Michael A. Parlak Jr. of Fayette County Eric R. Sellman of Westmoreland County James R. Tyler Jr. of Westmoreland County Troop B, Washington Jacob E. Brown-Schields of Lycoming County Troop C, Clarion Stephanie J. Graham of Clearfield County Troop C, Lewis Run Christopher C. Barr of McKean County Hunter J. Freer of McKean County Troop D, Butler Michael J. Banachoski of Allegheny County Christopher V. Callaghan of Beaver County Clayton S. Lehmeier of Washington County Mohamed A. Miloua of Allegheny County Noah J. Sims of Beaver County Troop D, Kittaning Heinz W. Koster of Armstrong County William B. Ray of Cambria County Victor J. Santoyo Jr. of Butler County Garrett G. Weitzel of Butler County Troop E, Erie Sly G. Revitsky of Westmoreland County Joseph R. Sonafelt Jr. of Westmoreland County Troop E, Girard Adam M. Andreas of Lancaster County Karyn L. Holden of Venango County Troop E, Meadville Timothy L. Glover Jr. of Allegheny County Joshua E. Suppa of Westmoreland County Troop E, Warren John A. Reken of Indiana County Troop F, Coudersport Whitney E. Boshart of Clinton County Howard W. Young II of Potter County Troop F, Mansfield Reuben M. Donovan of Potter County Troop F, Milton Kyle L. Drick of Lycoming County Colton E. Killion of Lycoming County Kyle L. Thorpe of Tioga County Troop F, Montoursville Patrick J. Kineston of Montour County Logan T. Webb of Centre County Troop F, Stonington Tyler A. Birdsall of Northumberland County Troop G, Bedford Ryan T. Easter of Bedford County Troop G, Rockview Robert E. Turnbaugh III of Huntingdon County Bryan Wenzel of Huntingdon County Christopher E. Wills of Blair County Troop H, Carlisle Devyn Q. Barry of Dauphin County Justin D. Himmler of Cumberland County Paige D. Kulsa of Luzerne County Derek E. Leib of Cumberland County Anthony M. Roefaro Jr. of Blair County Tyler M. Watkins of Huntingdon County Adam J. Zeiders of Dauphin County Troop H, Chambersburg Marie Calore of Luzerne County Tristin C. Deneen of Fulton County Bridgette L. Flanigan of Armstrong County Justin E. Kressler of Luzerne County Christian S. Rhine of Lebanon County Troop H, Gettysburg Jeffrey R. Allen Jr. of Cumberland County Gary Carneiro of Jefferson County, New York Troop H, Harrisburg Ryan E. Dehaven of Monroe County Tyler R. Krause of Philadelphia County Cole R. Mcconnell of Wayne County Philip S. Pronick of Dauphin County Jonathan E. Rich of Allegheny County Samantha M. Zeiders of Dauphin County Troop H, Lykens Adam D. Roberts of Bradford County Troop H, Newport Deondre L. Brown of Westmoreland County Alex R. Ebbert of Lackawanna County Eric Haubert of Juniata County Anthony M. Stone of Columbia County Johnathan V. Sullivan of Luzerne County Troop J, Avondale Jeremy C. Hollenbach of Chester County Ashley N. Jones of Chester County Brian J. McCabe of Chester County Troop J, Embreeville Corey A. Baiada of Montgomery County Craig A. Fry of Indiana County Troop J, York John J. Grzymala of York County Zachary F. Larkin of Lehigh County Troop K, Media Andrew M. Korrubin of Montgomery County Anthony J. Lannutti of Philadelphia County Daniel S. Sgambato of Philadelphia County Troop K, Philadelphia Shane P. Dunlevy of Atlantic County, New Jersey Justin M. Howell of Montgomery County Young Y. Jung of Montgomery County Tyler M. Valentin of Camden County, New Jersey Troop L, Jonestown Justin T. Marderness of Lancaster County Joshua M. Yates of Schuylkill County Troop L, Reading Alex M. Farnsler of Lancaster County Joshua B. Gresh of Berks County Adam G. Tranquillo of Berks County Troop L, Schuylkill Haven Justin J. Duncan of Schuylkill County Christian L. Reistroffer of Berks County John Szczyglak III of Schuylkill County Troop M, Belfast Thomas R. Kirk Jr. of Bucks County Vishu J. Solanki of Burlington County, New Jersey Troop M, Bethlehem Philip Buccigrossi III of Richmond County, New York Troop M, Fogelsville Lauren A. Bernard of Bucks County Jason P. Fallara of Jefferson County Kevin Gardner of Lackawanna County Alexander W. Zmyewski of Carbon County Troop N, Hazleton James R. Scott of Luzerne County Timothy J. Vicario of Northampton County Troop N, Lehighton John A. Heffner of Lehigh County Troop N, Stroudsburg Carl R. Nerthling of Erie County For more information on the Pennsylvania State Police, visit www.psp.pa.gov. To learn more about becoming a Pennsylvania State Trooper, visit www.patrooper.com SEE VIDEO ; https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/new-jefferson-county-man-graduates-from-state-police-academy-with-98-other-troopers/
  11. Active Weather Alerts SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH ISSUED: 1:46 PM MAR. 28, 2020 – NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 67 IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM EDT THIS EVENING FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS IN OHIO THIS WATCH INCLUDES 11 COUNTIES IN EAST CENTRAL OHIO BELMONT CARROLL COLUMBIANA COSHOCTON GUERNSEY HARRISON JEFFERSON OH MONROE MUSKINGUM NOBLE TUSCARAWAS IN PENNSYLVANIA THIS WATCH INCLUDES 15 COUNTIES IN NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA FOREST MERCER VENANGO IN SOUTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA ALLEGHENY FAYETTE GREENE WASHINGTON WESTMORELAND IN WEST CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA ARMSTRONG BUTLER CLARION INDIANA JEFFERSON PA IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA BEAVER LAWRENCE IN WEST VIRGINIA THIS WATCH INCLUDES 4 COUNTIES IN THE NORTHERN PANHANDLE OF WEST VIRGINIA BROOKE HANCOCK MARSHALL OHIO THIS INCLUDES THE CITIES OF ALIQUIPPA, AMBRIDGE, BEAVER FALLS, BROOKVILLE, BUTLER, CADIZ, CALDWELL, CAMBRIDGE, CANONSBURG, CARROLLTON, CLARION, COLUMBIANA, CONNELLSVILLE, COSHOCTON, DOVER, EAST LIVERPOOL, ELLWOOD CITY, FOLLANSBEE, FORD CITY, FRANKLIN, GREENSBURG, GROVE CITY, HERMITAGE, INDIANA, KITTANNING, LATROBE, MARTINS FERRY, MASONTOWN, MONACA, MOUNDSVILLE, MURRYSVILLE, NEW CASTLE, NEW KENSINGTON, NEW PHILADELPHIA, OIL CITY, PITTSBURGH METRO AREA, PUNXSUTAWNEY, SALEM, SHARON, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, STEUBENVILLE, TIONESTA, UNIONTOWN, WASHINGTON, WAYNESBURG, WEIRTON, WELLSBURG, WHEELING, WOODSFIELD, AND ZANESVILLE.
  12. Officials: No one injured after Penfield fire rekindles overnight by WJAC staff Saturday, March 28th 2020 AA Barr Rd rekindle (North Point FC) PENFIELD, Pa (WJAC) — No one was injured after a house fire in Penfield rekindled overnight, according to 911 officials. The fire originally broke out Friday afternoon at a home along Barr Road in Huston Township and resulted in the closure of Route 255 as crews battled the flames. Crews from North Point Fire Company responded to the rekindled fire, which took approximately 4 hours to extinguish, according to the fire company's Facebook. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time.
  13. Report of lines down due to lightening strike in area of Keystone Rd. and Rattlesnake Rd. of Rt.219- Horton Twp. - Elk County. Time 2:57 PM. Elk St.7 to respond. Use caution in the area. St.7 block off Keystone Road in area of Elk County/Horton Twp. line. Jefferson St.1 request to block off Rattlesnake Rd. At Rt.219 in Snyder Twp. - 3:07 PM. Electric Company notified.
  14. Reynoldsville Man Accused of Exposing Himself, Showing Nude Photos to 15-Year-Old March 28, 2020 12:35 am· Author: Aly Delp REYNOLDSVILLE BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) – A Reynoldsville man is facing criminal charges related to an incident in which he allegedly exposed his genitals to a 15-year-old girl, then showed her photos of a nude woman on his phone. Court documents indicate the DuBois-based State Police filed criminal charges against 25-year-old Eric Martin Guthridge, of Reynoldsville. According to a criminal complaint, on September 14, 2019, DuBois-based State Police received a report that Eric Martin Guthridge exposed his genitals to a known juvenile female victim at a known establishment in Main Street in Reynoldsville Borough. It was also reported Guthridge showed the victim nude photographs of a known female. The victim was interviewed on November 13, 2019. According to the complaint, the victim reported that sometime between November 1, 2018, and December 30, 2018, shortly before she turned 16, she was alone with Guthridge at the location in Reynoldsville. She stated Guthridge began talking to her about Hentai porn and told her he was getting “hard” from talking about porn with her. She told police he then pulled out his penis and exposed it to her. She reported he made her uncomfortable, and she walked away and said he then put his penis back in his pants and showed her nude pictures of a known female on his phone. Guthridge was interviewed on December 2, 2019. According to the complaint, Guthridge admitted he knew the victim and said they had worked together previously. He allegedly admitted to showing her nude photographs of the known female and also admitted that he exposed himself to the victim on the same night he showed her the photographs. The complaint states he explained that he and the victim were “talking about sex and flirting,” at the time. The following charges were filed through Magisterial District Judge David B. Inzana’s office on February 12: – Indecent Exposure, Misdemeanor 1 – Corruption of Minors, Misdemeanor 1 (three counts) A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 10:15 a.m. on May 19, with Judge Inzana presiding. https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/reynoldsville-man-accused-of-exposing-himself-showing-nude-photos-to-15-year-old/
  15. State Police Searching for Jefferson County Jail Escapee March 28, 2020 2:20 pm· Author: exploreJefferson PINE CREEK TOWNSHIP, Pa. (EYT) – State Police are searching for an inmate who failed to return to the Jefferson County Jail from his work-release program in late January. In a release issued Saturday afternoon, Punxsutawney-based State Police Trooper Hoover said 40-year-old Herbert D. Murray III, of Falls Creek, failed to sign back into the Jefferson County Jail from his work-release program on January 31. According to a criminal complaint, Murray is currently serving an intermediate punishment at the Jefferson County Jail, which began on January 22, 2020. Court documents indicate President Judge John H. Foradora sentenced Murray to six months in the intermediate punishment program on one misdemeanor count of DUI: General impairment/incapable of driving safely – second offense, on December 18, 2019. The complaint states Murray was scheduled to be picked up by Jefferson County Probation on January 30, at 5:00 p.m. According to the complaint, Murray was seen running out of his back door by the probation officers. He then failed to report back to the Jefferson County Jail by 7:00 a.m. on January 31 as required. One second-degree misdemeanor count of escape was filed against Murray through Magisterial District Judge Gregory M. Bazylak’s office on Tuesday, March 10. Murray has a lengthy criminal history that includes multiple DUIs, simple assault, terroristic threats, and intimidating a witness. Anyone with information on Murray’s whereabouts or information regarding the incident is asked to contact Punxsutawney-based State Police at 814-938-0510. https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/state-police-searching-for-jefferson-county-jail-escapee/#more-265461
  16. Some really loud thunder here and it has been raining since before daylight. Sometimes heavy rain.
  17. AMERICA TOGETHER Published 1 day ago Jo-Ann craft stores are giving away free kits to make face masks, gowns By Janine Puhak | Fox News Facebook Twitter Flipboard Comments Print Email Dr. Marc Siegel on developments in the fight against COVID-19 Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel tells 'Fox & Friends Weekend' hosts that the American health care system can beat this virus Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts stores are mobilizing customers to pitch in with coronavirus relief by distributing free kits to sew face masks and gowns for hospitals and healthcare facilities. Personal protective equipment is in alarmingly short supply for medical professionals across the country during the global outbreak of COVID-19. As of March 23, all 860 locations of the craft store are offering curbside pickup and home delivery of free kits to make masks, gowns and "other essential items" to be donated to American hospitals. All open stores are carrying face mask kits in adult and youth sizes, a spokesperson for Jo-Ann told Fox News, and the materials are replenished daily. In addition, Jo-Ann is offering its store classrooms, sewing machines and professional instruction for people to produce the personal protective equipment with the free supplies there. Social distancing guidelines will be followed during this effort, the company said in a statement. HOW DANGEROUS IS CORONAVIRUS? “The amazing thing about the crafting community is that, especially in difficult times, they are always looking for ways to help,” said Wade Miquelon, President and CEO of Jo-Ann. “We are seeing hospital workers, organizations and individuals coming into our stores for supplies to make these essential items, and our customers are asking us how they can help. So many are spending their time and money to help in this tragic situation, and we want to step in to do our part to protect the amazing people who are helping the communities we serve. “It is a frightening time for many, but we have a generous community who can make a big difference as our healthcare system faces this crisis,” Miquelon continued. “We’re here to support them, and all who make to give year-round. We are all in this together.” After obtaining the materials, crafters can follow online instructions from Jo-Ann to make the face masks and gowns. They are then encouraged to bring the completed projects back to their local branch of the craft store. Jo-Ann will then donate the homemade personal protective equipment to local hospitals near its stores, for the medical facilities to use at their discretion. Though the face masks are not technically medical grade, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has approved the homemade fabric masks as a crisis response option, according to the craft store. (iStock) Though the face masks are not technically medical grade, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has approved the homemade fabric masks as a crisis response option, the Jo-Ann spokesperson said. "Due to the critical shortage, health authorities and hospitals have changed their guidelines for what level of protection is recommended. The CDC has stated that homemade fabric masks are a crisis response option when other supplies have been exhausted," they explained. "While these materials are not medical grade, they have been made based on patterns and using fabric and materials recommended for medical settings, including the guidelines provided by the Providence Hospital System in Washington. These materials should only be used in accordance with current CDC guidelines." CLICK HERE FOR FOX NEWS' CONTINUING CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE The company is also working with larger hospitals and healthcare facilities to help secure fabric, elastic and clear vinyl – “all materials that we understand to be in short supply.” SEE VIDEOS ; https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/coronavirus-joann-stores-craft-face-mask-free-kits
  18. Bedford PSP looking for person who chopped lamb’s head off LOCAL NEWS by: Darby Sparks Posted: Mar 27, 2020 / 03:19 PM EDT / Updated: Mar 27, 2020 / 03:20 PM EDT BREEZEWOOD, Pa. (WTAJ) — State Police at Bedford are searching for a person who cut the head off of a Yearling Lamb. Officials say the animal cruelty incident, which took place on a property on Fletcher Road in East Providence Township, happened overnight between March 12 and 13. “The body was left at the scene and the head was removed from the lamb,” said Trooper Christopher Fox, public information officer for State Police Troop G, ” so they did take the head with them from the scene of the crime.” If you know any information regarding the suspect or the incident, you are asked to call police at (814) 623-6133. https://www.wearecentralpa.com/news/local-news/bedford-psp-looking-for-person-who-chopped-lambs-head-off/
  19. PA Attorney General issues consumer alert: Watch out for federal stimulus check scams by CBS 21 News Friday, March 27th 2020 AA Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, right, speaks alongside Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub, Friday Oct. 12, 2018 in Norristown, Pa. Shapiro is appealing to legislators to change state law so that civil cases can be pursued in court in decades-old clergy abuse cases. Shapiro also wants the Legislature to lift the statute of limitations for criminal prosecutions going forward. (AP Photo/Jacqueline Larma) HARRISBURG, Pa. — Attorney General Josh Shapiro is warning consumers that scammers may try to take advantage of the news about a federal stimulus check, to steal personal information from Pennsylvanians. Shapiro assured people that, while scammers love this time of uncertainty, he and his staff are, “doubling down to stop them and protect Pennsylvanians during this public health emergency.” Shapiro is reminding citizens not to take unsolicited calls that claim to be about the COVID-19 pandemic or the federal stimulus. People should report any suspicious calls or emails to the Office of the Attorney General. "To anyone foolish, selfish and sick enough to prey on their fellow Americans at this time: we are watching, and you will be caught," said Rep. Conor Lamb (D), 17th District. The Office of the Attorney General also encourages consumers to follow the following tips to protect themselves: Check the websites and email addresses offering information, products, or services related to COVID-19. Be aware that scammers often employ addresses that differ only slightly from those belonging to the entities they are impersonating. For example, they might use “cdc.com” or “cdc.org” instead of “cdc.gov.” Be wary of unsolicited emails offering information, supplies, or treatment for COVID-19 or requesting your personal information for other purposes. Do not click on links or open email attachments from unknown or unverified sources. Doing so could download a virus onto your computer or device. Consumers can sign up for text scam alerts, which offer tips for consumers to avoid becoming a victim of a scam, warn about new scams or update subscribers on consumer protection issues. Pennsylvanians can sign up for these tips here. You can also file a complaint about an active or potential scam with the department email, scams@attorneygeneral.gov. https://wjactv.com/news/local/ag-shapiro-issues-consumer-alert-watch-out-for-covid19-federal-stimulus-check-scams
  20. PennDOT Reopens Five Additional Rest Areas March 28, 2020 12:25 am· Author: Joanne Bauer HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is reopening indoor facilities at five additional rest areas statewide. PennDOT’s 30 rest areas were temporarily closed statewide on March 17 in response to Governor Tom Wolf’s mitigation guidance regarding COVID-19 to ensure that proper safety and sanitation protocols were in place. On March 24, 23 select rest areas across Pennsylvania to all motorists, including the 13 facilities in critical locations that were reopened March 18 with portable restrooms and handwashing facilities. Additional cleaning and maintenance will be performed at all reopened locations. The following five locations have reopened: Interstate 79 northbound in Greene County, 5 miles north of Exit 1; Interstate 80 eastbound in Luzerne County, 8.5 miles east of Exit 262; Interstate 80 eastbound in Monroe County, 1 mile east of I-80/I-380; Interstate 83 northbound in York County, 2.5 miles north of the Maryland state line; and Interstate 90 eastbound in Erie County, 3 miles east of the Ohio state line. The below locations were previously reopened: Interstate 79 northbound in Allegheny County, 8 miles north of Exit 45; Interstate 79 northbound in Crawford County, 8 miles north of Exit 154; Interstate 79 southbound in Crawford County, 3 miles south of Exit 166; Interstate 79 northbound in Lawrence County, 3.5 miles north of Exit 105; Interstate 79 southbound in Lawrence County, 3.5 miles south of Exit 113 Interstate 79 northbound in Mercer County, 5 miles south of Exit 141; Interstate 79 southbound in Mercer County, 6 miles north of Exit 130; Interstate 80 eastbound in Centre County, 13 miles east of Exit 133; Interstate 80 westbound in Centre County, .5 miles west of Exit 147; Interstate 80 eastbound in Jefferson County, 1 mile east of Exit 86; Interstate 80 westbound in Jefferson County, 10 miles west of Exit 97; Interstate 80 eastbound in Montour County, 4.5 miles east of Exit 215; Interstate 80 westbound in Montour County, 4.5 miles west of Exit 224; Interstate 80 eastbound in Venango County, .5 miles east of Exit 29; Interstate 80 westbound in Venango County, 4 miles west of Exit 35; Interstate 81 northbound in Cumberland County, .5 miles north of Exit 37; Interstate 81 southbound in Cumberland County, 5.5 miles south of Exit 44; Interstate 81 northbound in Lackawanna County, .5 miles north of Exit 202; Interstate 81 northbound in Luzerne County, 1.5 miles north of Exit 155; Interstate 81 southbound in Luzerne County, 1.5 miles south of Exit 159; Interstate 81 southbound in Susquehanna County, 4 miles south of Exit 211; Interstate 84 eastbound in Pike County, 6 miles east of Exit 20; and Interstate 84 westbound in Pike County, 1 mile west of Exit 26. The department will continue to evaluate and will determine whether additional rest areas can be reopened. More COVID-19 information is available at www.health.pa.gov. For more information, visit www.dmv.pa.gov or www.PennDOT.gov.
  21. After the alert to exit structure PAR (Personal Accountability Report -Responce) was called out to assure everyone was out.
  22. Reported Rekindle of structure St.41, Elk Co.St.5 to respond -3:29 AM. Second alarm -St.37, 39, Elk St.7 to respond - 3:33 AM. Use caution in the area. Rt.255 shut down at light at Rt.255 and Rt.153. St.38 to scene. An alert given to personal to exit structure.
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