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  1. Reported structure fire (possible electric ) on S.White Street (Choice) in Brookville. Time 12 PM. St.2, 10, 6, DuBois 73 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area.
  2. $2,500 worth of hunting/camping items stolen in Clearfield County Posted on January 19, 2021 by wcednews Bradford Township, PA – A Clearfield County man found that about $2,500 worth of hunting equipment had been stolen from his camp recently. The 62-year-old Coal Township man says he believes someone broke into the building along Graham Road in Bradford Township sometime between Dec. 7 and Jan. 1. The police report does not list exactly what was taken, only saying that it was hunting and camping gear worth about $2,500. If you know anything about the theft, please call State Police in Clearfield at 814-857-3800. Click Here to read the online police report. (You will need to scroll down to page 2 to see this specific report.)
  3. Pa. Woman Sought for Pelosi Laptop Plot Taken into Custody January 19, 2021 12:36 am· Author: Aly Delp HARRISBURG, Pa. (EYT) – A Pennsylvania woman accused of illegally entering the US Capitol Building on January 6 and under investigation based on a tip that she may have stolen a laptop computer from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office has been arrested. According to information from the U.S. Department of Justice, Pennsylvania resident Riley June Williams was taken into custody on Monday, January 18, in the Middle District of Pennsylvania. Based on information from a criminal complaint filed by an FBI Special Agent, Williams was wanted on charges of entering a restricted building, disrupting the orderly conduct of government, and engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct in relation to the breach of the Capitol Building on January 6. Along with evidence that Williams illegally entered the Capitol Building that day, the complaint also notes the FBI is investigating a tip that Williams stole either a laptop or a hard drive from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office during the incident. According to the complaint, an individual claiming to be an ex of Williams reported that he was shown a video of her taking a laptop computer or hard drive from Pelosi’s office. The caller told officials that Williams intended to send the device to a friend in Russia who planned to sell it to that country’s foreign intelligence service, but the plan fell through somehow, and Williams either still had the device or had destroyed it. The complaint does not expressly indicate whether or not a laptop was reported missing from Pelosi’s office. However, on January 8, Pelosi’s deputy chief of staff, Drew Hammill, tweeted that a laptop used for presentations was stolen from a conference room during the incident on January 6. While Williams is not officially accused of theft, according to the complaint, the possible theft “remains under investigation. SEE TWEET ; https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/pa-woman-sought-for-pelosi-laptop-plot-taken-into-custody/
  4. Reported accident on Winslow Road - Gaskill Twp. - Big Run Area.. Time10:22 AM. St.17 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area.
  5. Man Behind Bars for Requesting, Receiving Inappropriate Photos from Underage Girl January 19, 2021 12:33 am· Author: Aly Delp YOUNG TWP., Pa. (EYT) – A North Carolina man is behind bars in the Jefferson County Jail for reportedly requesting and receiving inappropriate photos and videos from an underage girl in Young Township. Court documents indicate State Police in Punxsutawney filed criminal charges against 42-year-old Terry Lee Harris Jr., of China Grove, North Carolina. The charges stem from an investigation that began in February of 2017 regarding a report of inappropriate communication between a juvenile victim and an adult. According to a criminal complaint, Punxsutawney-based State Police were contacted on February 24, 2017, by the parent of a known 17-year-old female juvenile victim who reportedly had been communicating with Terry Lee Harris Jr. via Facebook on her phone and computer. The juvenile had allegedly sent Harris “naked photos and videos” of herself. In the messages between Harris and the victim, Harris had reportedly asked the victim to send him a “bunch” of photos and videos and to “make them special,” the complaint states. The victim’s parent provided police with information about the victim’s and Harris’s Facebook identities and explained how the victim and Harris may have met the year prior. On February 27, 2017, the victim was interviewed in the presence of a guardian. According to the complaint, the victim told police she met Harris in the summer of 2016 and said there was no physical contact of any kind between them during that time. She said they had no further communication until a couple of months before the interview when she contacted him via Facebook. She noted that they had been communicating on a consistent basis ever since through phone calls, video chats, text messages, and Facebook messages. The victim said she “didn’t see anything wrong with anything they were doing,” because she felt she and Harris were “in a relationship,” the complaint states. According to the complaint, the victim confirmed she sent multiple photos and videos to Harris with her in various stages of undress, including many in which she was completely nude and touching herself in a sexual manner. On February 28, 2017, the victim’s parent forwarded police screenshots from the victim’s Facebook that included an open Messenger window showing a partial conversation between the victim and Harris, where Harris asked the victim to send “a bunch of pics” or a video and to “make them very special.” Police also received screenshots from the victim’s Google Photos page containing over 60 images and several videos of the victim either nude or partially nude. On March 3, 2017, a search warrant was served on Facebook for records pertaining to Harris’ and the victim’s accounts, and police received the requested records from Facebook on March 8, 2017. The complaint states the records confirmed that the victim and Harris had significant communication via messages and phone calls through Facebook, including messages in which Harris requested specific types of images, and messages where the victim complied by sending nude images and/or videos. On May 9, 2017, the victim’s cell phone and laptop were submitted, along with a valid search warrant, to the PSP Northwest Computer Crime Unit for forensic analysis, and the results of the analysis were received on October 30, 2017. According to the complaint, a review of the extracted information further confirmed the victim and Harris had significant communication via messages, video chats, and phone calls, mainly through Facebook. The information also showed that on at least one occasion, Harris suggested the victim get “naked” and a video chat occurred shortly thereafter. Included in the extraction were also hundreds of photos of the victim in various states of nudity with multiple photos and several videos of her touching herself, the complaint notes. The following charges against Harris were initially filed through Magisterial District Judge Jacqueline J. Mizerock’s office on November 18, 2019: – Photograph/Film/Depict on Computer Sex Act – Knowingly or Permitting Child, Felony 2 – Contact/Communication With Minor – Sexual Abuse, Felony 2 – Child Pornography, Felony 3 – Criminal Use of Communication Facility, Felony 3 – Corruption of Minors, Misdemeanor 1 He was arraigned in front of Magisterial District Judge Douglas Robert Chambers at 11:06 p.m. on January 2, 2021. Unable to post $70,000.00 (10%), he was lodged in the Jefferson County Jail on January 2, 2021. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 9:45 a.m. on February 9, 2021, with Judge Mizerock 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. https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/brookville-man-behind-bars-for-requesting-receiving-inappropriate-photos-from-underage-girl/
  6. FBI Investigating Tip That Pa. Woman May Have Stolen Pelosi’s Laptop, Plotted to Sell it to Russia January 18, 2021 1:30 pm· Author: Aly Delp HARRISBURG, Pa. (EYT) – In a criminal case filed against a Pennsylvania woman accused of illegally entering the US Capitol Building on January 6, FBI officials also noted the woman is currently under investigation based on a tip that she may have stolen a laptop computer from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office with the express intent of selling the device to Russian foreign intelligence. According to a criminal complaint filed by an FBI Special Agent, Pennsylvania resident Riley June Williams is wanted on charges of entering a restricted building, disrupting the orderly conduct of government, and engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct in relation to the breach of the Capitol Building on January 6. Along with evidence that Williams illegally entered the Capitol Building that day, the complaint also notes the FBI is investigating a tip that Williams stole either a laptop or a hard drive from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office during the incident. The complaint does not expressly indicate whether or not a laptop was reported missing from Pelosi’s office. However, on January 8, Pelosi’s deputy chief of staff, Drew Hammill, tweeted that a laptop used for presentations was stolen from a conference room during the incident on January 6. The complaint indicates that a witness, described as Williams’ “former romantic partner,” contacted the FBI to report seeing Williams in video footage taken inside the Capitol Building on January 6. The witness noted Williams could be seen directing crowds up a staircase and into the building and provided investigators with the URL to a specific YouTube video. The witness also told the investigators that other friends of Williams had a video of Williams taking a laptop computer or hard drive from Speaker Pelosi’s office. According to the witness, Williams planned to send the device to “a friend” in Russia, who in turn intended to sell it to SVR, Russia’s foreign intelligence service. However, the witness allegedly told investigators the transfer of the device to Russia “fell through for unknown reasons,” and Williams was either still in possession of it or had destroyed it. Following the initial tip, investigators reviewed the YouTube video and found the footage of a caucasian woman in a green t-shirt and a brown trench coat carrying a zebra-striped bag that is believed to be Williams. The complaint notes the woman can be heard in the video repeatedly yelling, “Upstairs, upstairs, upstairs,” while directing other people up a staircase. The complaint notes the investigators then confirmed with Capitol Police that the staircase depicted in the video leads to Speaker Pelosi’s office and also reviewed maps of the interior of the building to confirm the location. Investigators also reviewed other photos and video footage of the incident on January 6 and found Williams pictured in several places. According to the complaint, investigators also made contact with Williams’s mother, who used her cell phone to place a video call to Williams with officers present. The officers noted that Williams appeared in the video call wearing a brown jacket consistent with the jacket in the photos and video footage from January 6. Investigators also contacted Williams’s father, who allegedly reported he drove to Washington, D.C. with Williams for the protests on January 6, but they did not stay together through the day and only later met up to return to Harrisburg. On January 16, ITV posted a news clip to YouTube in which the reporter interviewed Williams’s mother, and Williams’s mother positively identified the woman in the video footage in the Capitol Building as her daughter, according to the complaint. When questioned further, Williams’s mother told investigators that Williams had packed a bag and left, saying she would “be gone for a couple of weeks,” and had not provided any information about her intended destination. The complaint notes that sometime after January 6, Williams also changed her phone number and deleted her social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, Telegram, and Parler. Investigators believe Williams has fled. While Williams is not officials accused of theft, according to the complaint, the possible theft “remains under investigation.” SEE PICTURES, VIDEO, TWEETS ; https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/fbi-investigating-tip-that-pa-woman-may-have-stolen-pelosis-laptop-plotted-to-sell-it-to-russia/
  7. Reported accident (car-fire hydrant) on Knox Dale Rd. -Knox Twp. Time 10:40 PM. St.13, 10 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area. Sounds like close to Knox Dale. Report roads are bad.. --- UPDATE - St.10 cancelled.- 10:53 PM 1/18/21 22:39 Box 13-A MVA Area 7799 Knoxdale Rd Knox Twp Stations 13,10
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    The last graduating class has no new troopers for this area. Troop C-from Punxsy covers Jefferson, Clearfield counties and others.
  9. Ja.18 - Since Saturday -- cases are now 2,294, deaths at 62 now in Jefferson.
  10. Reported accident (car on side ) on Clay Plant Rd. - Snyder Twp. - Brockway. Time 9:30 PM. St.1 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area. Sounds like in area of the S curves.
  11. Three businesses set to close at Nittany Mall LOCAL NEWS by: Peyton Kennedy Posted: Jan 18, 2021 / 04:41 PM EST / Updated: Jan 18, 2021 / 05:59 PM EST CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Three storefronts at the Nittany Mall in State College will be closing their doors for good. Hot Topic, Kozee`s Sports Emporium, and Christopher & Banks have announced their departure from the College Township mall and are each offering storewide closing sales. In a social media post, Christopher & Banks says the pandemic proved impossible to overcome and they must close all brick and mortar locations. In 2020, eight other business in the mall closed their doors. Additionally, three of the four anchor spots at the mall are currently empty. One anchor spot, formerly the Bon-Ton storefront, is housing free COVID-19 testing through the end of January. SEE VIDEO REPORT ; https://www.wearecentralpa.com/news/local-news/three-businesses-set-to-close-at-nittany-mall/
  12. Reported fire alarm on Jenks Street in Brookville. Time 1:35 PM. St.2 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area.
  13. 2 Area Men Charged for Alleged Involvement in Clearfield Shooting, Attempted Robbery Incident by Jessica Shirey Monday, January 18, 2021 in Crime, Local News, Top Stories 0 0 Share on Fa CLEARFIELD – Richard Allen Demko Jr., 26, of Northern Cambria and Anthony D. Guy, 48, of West Decatur have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a shooting incident Saturday in Clearfield Borough. At approximately 9:23 p.m., police responded to a reported shooting incident at a South Second Street address. Upon arrival on-scene, it was learned a 49-year-old male had sustained a gunshot wound to his lower left leg, which required medical treatment. SkipDemko has been charged with aggravated assault with a firearm and attempted robbery while Guy has been charged with conspiracy to commit robbery. Both are in Clearfield County Jail in lieu of $200,000 bail. The investigation is still ongoing and more charges and or arrests may follow. Police were assisted by members of the Pennsylvania State Police, Lawrence Township Police and Curwensville Borough Police Departments. Anyone with additional information regarding the incident is asked to contact the Clearfield Borough Police Department at 814-765-1533 https://gantdaily.com/2021/01/18/2-area-men-charged-for-alleged-involvement-in-clearfield-shooting-attempted-robbery-incident/
  14. Charges Filed Against Area Man Accused of Assaulting Woman During Domestic Dispute January 18, 2021 12:30 am· Author: Aly Delp YOUNG TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Charges have been filed against an area man accused of grabbing, pushing, and throwing a woman during two domestic incidents that occurred last year. Court documents indicate the Punxsutawney-based State Police filed criminal charges against 43-year-old Damian Edward Foster, of Walston. According to a criminal complaint, on December 18, Punxsutawney-based State Police interviewed a known victim regarding an alleged theft, and during the interview, the victim reported physical domestic abuse where she allegedly received visible injuries from Damian Foster. According to the complaint, the alleged abuse began in the middle of June 2020 and had continued through December 9, 2020. The victim told police that Foster had been accusing her of stealing from him since June and became physically abusive about it. She reported that in June, she drove him to his residence, and Foster told her someone had broken into his basement and was upset about it. The victim said she and Foster were in the basement, and she went upstairs to get a drink. Then when she returned to the basement, Foster allegedly began yelling at her about stealing from him. She told him she’d never stolen anything, but Foster said “if she did not steal from him, then he was going to take it out on her anyway,” the complaint states. According to the complaint, the victim told police that Foster then grabbed her and threw her onto a pile of metal and pipes, causing a severe bruise on her right lower back. She also allegedly ended up with a bruise on her right shoulder during the same incident but wasn’t sure exactly when it occurred. The victim reported a second incident on December 9. She told police she had driven Foster to his house, and they got into a verbal altercation in the driveway. She reported that Foster yanked her car keys out of her hands, then went into his residence. The complaint states the victim went on to report that she honked her horn until Foster threw her keys in the alley just off the road. Foster then allegedly picked up the keys and put them on the victim’s car, at which point the victim noticed her house key was missing and began honking again. The victim told police Foster then came into the front passenger seat of her vehicle, grabbed her head, and was pushing and pulling against her before getting out of the car. Although the victim left, she returned later to try to get her house key. According to the complaint, the victim reported she went into Foster’s residence and they then got into a physical altercation in his living room during which Foster grabbed her and threw her on the couch, causing bruises to her chest. She provided police with photographs of her injuries from both incidents, the complaint notes. Foster was also interviewed about the incidents and reportedly denied all of the allegations. He also told police that on December 9, when the victim came to his residence, she pushed him and he “put his arms out to keep her from hitting him,” the complaint indicates. The following charges were filed against Foster on December 31, 2020: – Simple Assault, Misdemeanor 2 – Harassment – Subject Other to Physical Contact, Summary A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on February 1, with Judge Mizerock presiding.
  15. Four People Transported to Punxsy Hospital After Vehicle Slams into Utility Pole January 18, 2021 8:30 am· Author: Aly Delp MCCALMONT TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Police say four people were transported to Punxsutawney Hospital after a vehicle struck a utility pole in McCalmont Township on Saturday evening. According to Punxsutawney-based State Police, the accident happened around 6:02 p.m. on January 16, on Graffius Avenue Extension near its intersection with State Route 310, In McCalmont Township, Jefferson County. Police say 55-year-old Karen A. Arrington, of Big Run, was operating a 2005 Toyota Tacoma, traveling south on Graffius Avenue Extension traveling around a slight left curve when the vehicle began to slide due to the snowy road conditions. The vehicle then slid off the right side of the roadway and struck a utility pole. Arrington and her three passengers, whose identities were not released, were all using seat belts. No injuries were reported at the scene. However, all of the occupants were transported to Punxsutawney Hospital by Jefferson County EMS as a precautionary measure. Punxsutawney Fire Department
  16. Reported accident (truck/pole-lines) on Rt.36 In area of Cloe/Rossister Rd. - Bell Twp. - Punxsy area. Time 7:52 AM. St.30, 20, 40 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area.
  17. AP: Jailed kids-for-cash judge loses bid for pandemic release by The Associated Press Saturday, January 16th 2021 AA Mark Ciavarella (AP images) WILKES-BARRE, Pa (AP) — A disgraced Pennsylvania judge who locked up thousands of juvenile offenders while he was taking kickbacks from the owner and builder of for-profit detention centers has lost his bid to be released from prison because of the coronavirus pandemic. Mark Ciavarella, a former Luzerne County juvenile court judge, had requested compassionate release from a federal lockup in Kentucky. The 70-year-old cited his age, his underlying medical conditions, and the virus outbreaks that have swept through the prison. A federal judge ruled this week that Ciavarella, who is serving a 28-year prison sentence, should remain behind bars. SEE PICTURE ; https://wjactv.com/news/local/ap-jailed-kids-for-cash-judge-loses-bid-for-pandemic-release
  18. DuBois Man Charged in Sexual Assault Case by Julie Rae Rickard Monday, January 18, 2021 in Crime, Local News, Top Stories 0 Share on FacebookShare on Twitter ADVERTISEMENT DUBOIS – A DuBois man is facing felony charges for allegedly touching a woman inappropriately while she was asleep. Harvey Wolverton Sr., 59, was charged by DuBois City police with aggravated indecent assault, a felony and indecent assault, a misdemeanor in connection to an incident on Sept. 9. According to the affidavit of probable cause, on Oct. 7, the victim contacted police to report the assault. She explained it happened a few weeks prior while she was staying at a friend’s home. The victim reported that while she was asleep, Wolverton began to rub her private area and inserted his finger inside her. She also stated that Wolverton had actually confessed to her friend what he had done and told her he was afraid he was going to jail. When the friend was questioned, she confirmed this story. In an interview with police, Wolverton admitted to the act. Wolverton waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Friday during centralized court, sending the case on to the court of common pleas. He is free on $50,000, unsecured bail. https://gantdaily.com/2021/01/18/dubois-man-charged-in-sexual-assault-case/
  19. New Navy ship will be named after Pittsburgh A new warship will be named after Pittsburgh. The vessel will serve the U.S. Navy. (US Navy) By: WPXI.com News Staff Updated: January 17, 2021 - 10:54 PM PITTSBURGH — A new warship will be named after Pittsburgh and will serve the U.S. Navy. The USS Pittsburgh will be the fifth to be named after the Steel City. The first was an ironclad gunboat used during the American Civil War, and the most recent was decommissioned in 2019. Officials said Pittsburgh is a proud city with a strong legacy of service.
  20. Two cell phones stolen and found in Jefferson County Posted on January 18, 2021 by wcednews Winslow Township, PA – After a man stole two cell phones in Jefferson County, police were able to find the thief and locate not just the phones, but other stolen items. The two cell phones, a iPhone 10R worth $1,000 and an iPhone 7 worth $1,000, were reported as stolen from the pickup truck of a 40-year-old Brookville man while the truck had been parked along Reynlow Park Road, Winslow Township, just south of Reynoldsville on Jan. 13. Police were able to connect the crime to 27-year-old Steven Frampton from Worthville, PA, who has also been linked to several other theft investigations. Two days after the theft, on Jan. 15, police got a search warrant for Frampton’s pickup truck. They found the two phones inside the truck, along with other stolen items, like a Canon camera and camera case. This is still an active investigation. Click Here to read the online police report.
  21. Jan.17 -11 new cases now 2,272 -- 1 new death now at 61 deaths in Jefferson.
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