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May 9th, 2013
PITTSBURGH â€“ A detention hearing is set for the man charged with kidnapping a Clarion teen and driving her across state lines "for the purpose of engaging in unlawful sexual activity with her."
The 9th Annual Trout Derby and Geocaching "Fish" Run will be held Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12.
After over seven months on the run, a Benezette man wanted in Ohio for felony drug possession walked into a local state police barracks a free man and left a prisoner, charged as a fugitive from justice.
BROCKPORT â€“ The Horton Township Board of Supervisors are applying for a grant with the Department of Environmental Protection [DEP] to upgrade their recycling center.
KERSEY â€“ A record crowd was on hand during the annual Pennsylvania Wilds Spring Briefing event held at the Red Fern in Kersey, during which time 13 local organizations and individuals were honored for their outstanding work in conservation and sustainable tourism development.
A Johnsonburg man charged with sexually assaulting a female neighbor on two separate occasions, within days of each other, accepted a plea bargain in Elk County Court that saw felony charges of rape, sexual assault, burglary, and aggravated indecent assault dropped in exchange for his pleading guilty to a reduced charge of misdemeanor indecent assault.
ST. MARYS â€“ A Kersey couple charged with taking their own 11-month-old child from a relative's custody waived hearings in District Court Tuesday on charges stemming from the April 22 incident in which the two allegedly burglarized the legal guardian's home and snatched the child before leading cops on a chase that ended in downtown St. Marys.
Three St. Marys residents charged with killing four whitetail deer outside of hunting season and processing the animals in a St. Marys garage, pled guilty in Elk County Court Monday to various counts of unlawful killing of big game.
Through the efforts of multiple groups throughout the area, education signage will be unveiled to the public at 9:30 a.m. Thursday morning at the Ridgway Reservoir as part of a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The public is encouraged to attend the event.
Officials of the Ridgway Township Municipal Authority voted in favor of accepting ownership of a waterline within the township, pending approval from a third party, during a regular meeting Thursday night.