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Pennsylvania man who allegedly threatened to kill President Trump arrested in Ohio
Law EnforcementFugitivesSource/U.S. Marshals ServiceShawn Richard Christy, 27, of McAdoo, Schuylkill County, has multiple state arrest warrants in Pennsylvania for burglary, probation violation, and failure to appear for an aggravated assault case, according to authorities. He is a fugitive.
Person injured in 4-car crash in Brookfield
The 1:17 p.m. crash closed down the westbound lanes, but they reopened at 2:38 p.m., the Ohio State Highway Patrol reports.
Witches Night Out returns to Volant
Beginning at dusk, the event offers free wicked night of fun with shopping, good sales, tasty concoctions, tantalizing treats, music, contests — costume, dance and cackle — a bonfire and witches parade.
Person found dead on I-70 in Clark County
The caller reported a person lying in the eastbound lanes of I-70, just west of S.R. 54, near South Vienna.
Titusville man to trial for alleged theft of motorcycle
Trevor Allen McGarvie, 21, of Titusville faces three felony charges related to the Aug. 7 incident.
Dog the Bounty Hunter is tracking Pennsylvania man who threatened Trump
Dog the Bounty Hunter might not have a hit television show anymore, but he’s still hunting down the bad guys. His focus right now? A Pennsylvania man who threatened to shoot President Donald Trump.
New Castle officers arrest robbery suspect on roof of building
Noah Hazy is charged with two counts of robbery, two counts of theft by unlawful taking, two counts of receiving stolen property and one count of terroristic threats.
Man dies after crash with truck on U.S. 62
Blane Tinelli, 80, of Hubbard, sustained serious injuries in the accident, which happened just after 9 a.m., according to a press release from the Ohio Highway Patrol. Tinelli was a passenger in a minivan driven by his wife, Linda, 75.
FULL STORY: More charges filed against pursuit suspect accused of shooting at police
James D. Rainey, 35, 1080 1/2 Liberty St., now faces preliminary hearings Oct. 9 on a total of two dozen counts filed against him by Pennsylvania State Police in two separate but related incidents on Sept. 3 and 4.
Pemberley Woolf’s Newly Released “A Tale Of Paddlewick” is an Insightful Tale of Two Willful Mice and Their Misadventures in a Dangerous Place
“A Tale of Paddlewick”: a defining story of Paddlewick and Prim’s perilous journey and the life lessons they learn along the way. “A Tale of Paddlewick” is the creation of published author, Pemberley Woolf, a wife, mother, grandmother, and devout follower of Jesus Christ.
City man caught on roof accused in two city robberies
New Castle police arrested Noah Elijah-Ryhal Hazy, 22, who has addresses at 319 S. Croton Ave. and 1147 Pin Oak Drive, after he reportedly had climbed onto the roof of the Barkan pawn shop on South Mill Street.
Victim of fatal State Route 7 crash identified
According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Thomas Stefek Jr., age 48, of Poland, Ohio, was pronounced dead at the scene.
GC man dies from motorcycle crash injuries
GROVE CITY – A Grove City man injured in a motorcycle crash Wednesday night in Butler County has passed away.John W. Ficca, 23, died Thursday night at Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Lt. Matthew Pearson of the Butler Township Police Department confirmed on Friday.Ficca had been heading south
Bank robbery suspect indicted on federal charges
Joshua Allen Duncan, 32, is charged with robbing the banks within a five-week period that began July 17 and ended with his arrest by Ashtabula County sheriff’s deputies Aug. 21.
Levin Furniture set to open Saturday in Hermitage
As the executive vice president and general manager of Levin Furniture, Pelcher is responsible for the opening of Levin Furniture’s new Hermitage location. The 44,000-square-foot store will have a soft opening on Friday, with the formal ribbon-cutting ceremony set for Saturday morning.
Local groups organize hurricane relief
Patrolman Dan McCloskey, with the Hempfield Police Department and president of the Lakeland Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 88, prepares a box with Brian Albaugh, president of the International Association of Firefighters Local 1976, Monday evening at the Greenville Fire Department.CORY BYKNISH | He
Jackson Center sinkhole closes road
The sinkhole was discovered on Route 2007, also known as Cranberry and Springfield Township roads, Jill Harry, a PennDOT spokeswoman, said Monday morning. The road was closed from the intersection with Main Street and Franklin Road to Bradley Road.
Author Mac Camus’s Newly Released “God’s Voice: Love and Power” is a Personal Memoir of Complete Trust in the Power of God’s Grace in the Lives of the Faithful
“God’s Voice: Love and Power”: a true story of absolute faith. “God’s Voice: Love and Power” is the creation of published author Mac Camus, a southern Colorado native and drag racing enthusiast who enjoys cycling, walks in the park and building motors and race cars.
Drug, assault charges for man who allegedly pointed airsoft pistol at someone in downtown Meadville
Dylan William Schoonover, 18, aimed an airsoft pistol out the driver’s window as the silver Mercury he was in traveled on Arch Street near the intersection with Park Avenue at approximately 6:55 a.m. Friday. The toy pistol was taken for a handgun by the person it was aimed at, according to Meadville
Bridget Cutair’s Newly Released “Frog's Family of Friends: Promises Kept” is a Colorful Story About a Frog and His Family of Endearing, Loving Friends
“Frog's Family of Friends: Promises Kept” from Christian Faith Publishing author Bridget Cutair is a vividly illustrated tale that teaches lessons on kindness, thoughtfulness, and faith in God.