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Police seek five most wanted fugitives
A monthly list of five most wanted fugitives has been issued by state police at Indiana. • Anthony Michael Cocco, 42, whose last known address was in Windber, Somerset County, but who last was seen in Indiana, where he is wanted for a Feb. 28 felony retail theft. Charges have been pending since Marc
Indiana Pacers defeat Milwaukee Bucks in Victor Oladipo’s return
The Indiana Pacers (18-10) defeated the Milwaukee Bucks (18-9) during Victor Oladipo’s return from an 11 game absence with 113-97 being the final score. They have now won five consecutive games and rank fourth in the Eastern Conference standings.
Homer City man faces drug charges
HOMER CITY — Charges mounted this week against a Homer City man who was accused earlier this month of pillaging several cars in Center Township. Indiana Borough police charged Benjamin Mains, 28, with a felony count of possession with intent to deliver drugs and a misdemeanor count of possession of
Police: Teen, officers exchange gunfire at Indiana middle school
RICHMOND, Ind. (WISH) - A teenage suspect is dead after a shooting at a school in eastern Indiana. Indiana State Police said that a shooting at David W. Dennis Intermediate School in Richmond has resulted in the death of the suspect. Police say the situation began around 8 a.m.
Charges pending against 3 individuals making meth in Indiana Co.
West Wheatfield Twp., Indiana Co., Pa. - Indiana Police executed a search warrant Tuesday at 642 Shady Grove Road in West Wheatfield Township after receiving a tip that methamphetamine was being manufactured there.
Indiana County surges past yearly rainfall record
This year has been the wettest on record in Indiana County, shattering the old mark for rainfall by more than 4 inches. With more than two weeks remaining in 2018, the county has received 66.33 inches of precipitation, according to records compiled by State College-based AccuWeather.
Teen suspect dead in Richmond, IN school shooting
According to CBS News, a shooting at a middle school in Richmond, Indiana left a teenage suspect dead Thursday morning. The school district in Richmond, Indiana, said that all students were safe at Dennis Intermediate School.
Narcan Saves the Life of Ford City Man
Overdose deaths have been on the rise the last few years. In the four-county area of Armstrong, Clarion, Indiana, and Butler, a total of 705 reported overdose deaths occurred from 2011-2017. Of that number, 227 were individuals from Armstrong County.
Pennsylvania woman attacked by black bear
MONTGOMERY, Pa. (WHTM) - Pennsylvania game wardens are trying to capture a black bear that attacked and seriously injured a woman in Lycoming County. Officials told WNEP-TV the woman was outside her home with her dog when the bear grabbed her leg and dragged her more than 80 yards Wednesday night.
Paranormal in Pennsylvania! Historic Charming Forge Mansion Up for Sale
Thrill-seekers with a love for old homes can now live in the residence of a historical master craftsman and perhaps meet a few ghosts. The Charming Forge Mansion in Womelsdorf, PA, is available for $825,000.
PA State Police update list of 5 most wanted in Indiana County
Joseph Benko, 44, is wanted for a 2017 felony sale or transfer of firearms violation in Homer City. He was last seen in Clymer. Anthony Cocco, 42, is wanted for a 2018 felony retail theft in Indiana.
Cherry Tree chief quits deputy job
A law enforcement officer caught in the middle of a moonlighting policy enforcement dispute has opted out of his full-time employment in favor of his part-time job. John Blake, one of several deputies of the Indiana County sheriff’s office who were required to give up their weekend work with several
One Christmas light returned, but another goes missing
The good news is that Downtown Indiana Inc. organization has its tree-shaped Christmas light back after it went missing Monday night. The bad news is that another downtown display is missing, with the disappearance of a snowflake-shaped light that had been in front of the Community Center along Phil
Drug suspect arrested, to face additional charges
WHITE TOWNSHIP — A White Township man accused of having 217 stamp bags of heroin in his possession in October is facing more drug charges after being taken into custody Tuesday, police said.
York man charged in fraud spree
HOMER CITY — State police have charged an eastern Pennsylvania man in connection with a months-long spree of shopping on other peoples’ credit cards and phony bank cards early last year in western Pennsylvania.
IRMC honors three doctors at annual meeting
The Indiana Physicians Group recently honored three doctors for their work at Indiana Regional Medical Center. • Dr. Jongwon Lee has attained 20 years of service at IRMC. Initially appointed to the medical staff in 1998, Lee obtained his medical degree at the State University of New York (SUNY) Syra
Indiana teen charged with killing pregnant schoolmate
MISHAWAKA, Ind. (AP) - An Indiana high school football player told investigators that he killed a 17-year-old schoolmate because he was angry that she waited so long to tell him she was pregnant with his child that it was too late to get an abortion, authorities said Monday.
Six arrested in 2011 killing of former Indianapolis banker
Federal authorities announced Wednesday that they have solved the high-profile killing of a former Indiana banking executive slain more than seven years ago in a drive-by shooting on one of Puerto Rico's busiest highways.
Downtown Indiana looking for missing Christmas light
The Downtown Indiana Inc. organization is asking for the public’s help in finding a tree-shaped Christmas light that was taken from in front of the Supinka & Supinka law firm along the 900 block of Philadelphia Street.
Indiana Hitchhiker Admits To Abducting Girls at Gunpoint in Martins Ferry
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — One of two people charged with taking a car at gunpoint while hitchhiking entered a guilty plea Monday. Jayden T. Baker, 19, of Indianapolis, Indiana, pleaded guilty to robbery, a felony of the second degree, and abduction, a felony of the third degree before Belmont County Common