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67-year-old woman struck by vehicle while walking across the street, now in critical condition
Around seven o'clock this morning, a 67-year old woman was walking in the 2500 block of West 12th Street, attempting to cross the road when she was struck by a black Nissan Altima driven by 47-year-old Angel Burgos of Millcreek Township. The victim was transported via ambulance to an Erie hospital
Coroner Lyell Cook says he doesn't think 'opioid crisis' is the right term anymore...
Lyell Cook spoke to a group at Lifeworks Erie giving them an overview of what the coroner's office dealt with last year. He also spoke about positive and negative trends he's seeing in regards to Erie County deaths. For example, he says last year was the biggest year in drug deaths Erie County has
12:45 PM: Bank Robbery Reported In Falconer
The robbery occurred at Community Bank, NA, located at 1982 East Main St. The area was quickly cordoned off to the public, and police began searching for the suspect.
More than a Dozen Charged in ‘Operation Meltdown’ Federal Methamphetamine Bust
JAMESTOWN – A joint effort by local, state, and federal authorities has led to the arrest of 18 individuals involved with allegedly trafficking and selling methamphetamine.
Cambridge Springs police officer honored for heroics
When Woodworth arrived at the scene of the fire, he went to the second floor of the building, where the fire was reported, to assist in evacuating residents, according to the commendation.
Fire & police remind city dwellers they still, in most cases, aren't permitted to set off fireworks
Officials say without a permit, those rules would make the majority of the city off-limits. Erie Fire Chief Guy Santone says they're concerned about the potential for injuries and fires. "Anything that goes up must come down. And remember, we've had issues before with fireworks when they weren't so
Meadville police seek man tied to alleged armed robbery
Amos J. Wilson of Meadville was committed to Crawford County jail in lieu of $200,000 bond Wednesday. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Marquelle Dupree Daniels, who allegedly was part of an armed robbery with Wilson early Wednesday morning in Meadville.Contributed photo
Aide pleads guilty to pouring scalding water on disabled patient
Akeem Nixon, 27, of Erie, pleaded guilty this week to felony counts of neglect of a care-dependent person and aggravated assault.
Dunkirk Woman Acquitted of Murder Sentenced to 6 Years in Prison on Illegal Weapon Conviction
MAYVILLE – The Dunkirk Woman who was found not guilty of murdering her boyfriend last summer will still have to spend time in prison on an illegal weapon possession charge.Chautauqua County District AttorneyPatrick Swansonsaid 29-year-oldRebecca Ruizwas sentenced Tuesday in County Court to a 6 years
16 busted for drug trafficking in Jamestown
Federal, state, and Jamestown law enforcement agencies have been investigating them since November of 2017. They intercepted a package containing more than 2 pounds of meth. Postal investigators say the drug was sent to California from Mexico, repackaged and sent to Jamestown.
Jamestown Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Child Pornography Charges
The charge stems from an investigation the culminated with an arrest on November 19, 2015. The investigation found Fetterman in possession of 1,720 videos and 13,838 images of child pornography.
Erie shooting injures one man
Erie, PA - A shooting in the city of Erie sends one man to the hospital, but police aren't getting much help from him.
One person airlifted to the hospital following two-vehicle crash in Edinboro
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Man dies after ATV strikes car
The HeraldROME TOWNSHIP — A 32-year-old Centerville man was killed after a car turned in front of his ATV, causing a crash along Fink Road on Sunday, at 3:45 p.m.
City Council Approves Plans For Erie Insurance Pedestrian Bridges
"Anytime you have a fortune 500 company in your community, Erie county's largest employer, and we want to co-operate with them so that we drive business into the city and drive their employment up, " said councilman Bob Merski.
Sex offender pleads guilty for child rape
QUEENSBURY -- A convicted sex offender who was arrested in January for raping a young girl has pleaded guilty to a rape charge and is headed to prison for at least 10 years.Joseph M. Slingerland, 35, of Whitehall, pleaded guilty to first-degree rape, a felony, for the sexual assault of an 11-year-ol
Ripley Looking At Program, Staff Cuts In Failed School Budget Vote
Voters in the district, however, soundly rejected that plea, forcing the district to use a contingency budget that mirros one from the current 2017-18 school year that includes $200,000 less in funding.
Federal Charges Filed Against Two Men Involved in Recent Drug, Gun Investigation
On March 9, officers executed a search warrant on Anderson’s home and reportedly recovered cocaine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, 14 firearms and ammunition.
Suspended police officer found guilty in fatal DUI crash
Frey, who earlier this year withdrew from a plea deal, faces a mandatory minimum three-year term when she is sentenced Aug. 1.
10:45 AM: ‘Narcotics Conspiracy’ In City To Be Discussed At Press Conference
At the press conference, scheduled for 1 p.m., will be Joseph Karaszewski, criminal chief for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, as well as representatives from the Jamestown Police Department, New York State Police, FBI, DEA, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and United State Postal Insp