Monday September 16 2013

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monDAY, september 16, 2013

body pulled from creek

A MURDER INVESTIGATION BEGAN YESTERDAY IN JEFFERSON COUNTY. State Police AT Punxsutawney SAY the remains of a man WERE PULLED from a creek in the Village of Hamilton, just outside Punxsy. the victim is an unknown white malE. anyone with information SHOULD call TROOPERS AT 814-938-0510.

crash victims injured

A PORT MATILDA MAN WAS LIFE-FLIGHTED TO THE HOSPITAL AFTER A crash in Huston Township, Centre County JUST BEFORE 6 SATURDAY EVENING. State Police at Philipsburg say andrew tressler LOST CONTROL OF HIS PICKUP ON Silverdale Road AND SLAMMED INTO a tree WITH the driver’s side door. His passenger, COTY JOHNSON, only had minor injuries. Police say Tressler was not wearing a seatbelt AND Charges are pending.

RONALD DEVLIN OF SHADE GAP AND HIS PASSENGER, LILA DEVLIN, WERE THROWN FROM THEIR VEHICLE AFTER AN ACCIDENT YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROUTES 22 AND 829 IN MILL CREEK, HUNTINGDON COUNTY. STATE POLICE SAY GAIUS ISETT OF HUNTINGDON PULLED INTO THE INTERSECTION AND DEVLIN COULD NOT STOP. THE DEVLINS WERE TAKEN TO UPMC ALTOONA FOR EVALUATION. ISETT AND HIS PASSENGER, MARY ISETT, HAD ONLY MINOR INJURIES.

gun pointed at cops

31 year-old James Scholl OF THE STATE COLLEGE AREA HAS BEEN IN THE CENTRE COUNTY PRISON SINCE SATURDAY NIGHT WHEN HE ALLEGEDLY pointED a handgun at police. Ferguson Township Police were called to a home on Zorich Road for a domestic dispute…Scholl answered the door with a Gun. Officers grabbed the WEAPON, but Scholl would not let go and STRUGGLED. CHARGES INCLUDE aggravated and simple assault and resisting arrest. BAIL IS SET AT 250-THOUSAND DOLLARS straight CASH.

more guns stolen

Clearfield BORO POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING a second burglary and theft of guns FROM the Bob's Army and Navy Store...AND CRIMESTOPPERS IS NOW OFFERING A 2-THOUSAND DOLLAR REWARD FOR INFORMATION. JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT Thursday, SOMEONE SMASHED OUT THE FRONT WINDOW…THEN BROKE INTO A GLASS DISPLAY CASE AND STOLE A NUMBER OF HANDGUNS. POLICE ARE CURRENTLY CHECKING OUT THE Video surveillance. BURGLARS STRUCK THE SAME STORE ON SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH. YOU CAN CALL CLEARFIELD County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-376-47-HUNDRED.

penn state still paying

penn state’s costs associated with the jerry sandusky scandal continue climbing. as of the end of june, the university spent 49-point-4 million dollars on legal feeds and consulting services. updates are provided on penn stat’s progress website. according to the centre daily times, total expenses could be as high as 157-million dollars.

Beaver stadium attendance is down

penn State SAYS ATTENDANCE IS FALLING AT FOOTBALL GAMES. THE total NUMBER for SATURDAY’S SURPRISING LOSS TO CENTRAL FLORIDA was 92-THOUSAND-855, about 800 fewer people when compared to the second home game of LaST YEAR. OFFICIALS SAY average attendance at Beaver Stadium has been slipping since 2007 WITH MAXIMUM capacity at approximately 106-THOUSAND-500. Many THINK PART OF the PROBLEM IS THE “STEP” ticket program WHICH started in 2011. IT helps determine seat selection and location based on donations to the Nittany Lion Club.