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Monday, March 16, 2009

Recap Of Today's News From Gerri Miller.com

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Family Members Hurt in Hebron Township Collision
Charges are also being filed against a Coudersport man for a collision taking place Sunday morning on Whitney Creek Road in Hebron Township. Coudersport-based state police said the collision occurred when Brett Haskin pulled his Chevrolet Cavalier from his driveway, intending to head north, onto Whitney Creek Road into the path of a Dodge Truck driven by Lavern Bova of Coudersport. Bova and his son, Toby were taken by ambulance to Charles Cole Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries. Haskin was not hurt but is being charged with improperly entering a highway.

ATV Operator Refuses Treatment
Austin Volunteer emergency services were called to an ATV mishap Sunday evening near the intersection of Jones Run Road and Route 872 in Keating Township but were recalled when the operator refused medical attention.

Assault by Air Rifle Investigated
Coudersport-based state police say they have a suspect and charges are expected soon in connection to an incident taking place last Wednesday morning between 8:30 and 9:00 am on Main Street in Austin in front of the Cock-Eyed Cricket. The suspect is accused of discharging a pellet from an air rifle hitting Kyle Gledhill in the upper thigh and striking a 1996 Pontiac Sunfire owned by Berna Walker. Gledhill was standing by the car. Two passengers, Zachary Jeffers and Michael Dieffenderfer were not hurt.

Shinglehouse Resident Charged with Criminal Mischief

Criminal mischief charges are being filed against 18 year old Scott Blauvelt in connection to an incident taking place last Thursday afternoon at a residence on Kelleytown Road in Sharon Township. State police allege Blauvelt kicked off the passenger side mirror on a 1996 Pontiac Bonneville owned by Douglas Blauvelt during an argument and then rammed the victim’s garage door with his car before departing the scene.

Adelphoi Village Resident Charged With Harassment

James Dunn, 19, of Philadelphia has been charged with harassment for a fight taking place at lunchtime last Thrusday at the home located on Rote 49 in Harrison Township. State police say Dunn punched a 16 year old boy in the face with a closed fist before the fight was broken up by counselors.

Harassment Charges Filed for Phone Calls
Mansfield-based state police have charged 25 year old Joseph Boyskey of Tioga County with harassment for allegedly making 9 harassing phone calls to the Mansfield home of Annette Dewitt between 11:00 and 11:30 pm last Thursday night.

Dog Theft Probed
An investigation into the probable theft of a couple of dogs in Roulette Township on February 19 is continuing. State police say a known suspect took two male AKC English Toy Spaniels from the home of Eddie Graham on the West Branch of Fishing Creek. The canines are valued at $600 each.

Unauthorized Use of Cell Phone Investigated
Mansfield-based state police say they know who took a cell phone belonging to Michael Smith of Gaines and made 37 calls without his permission between February 26 and March 10. The investigation is continuing.

Police in Two Counties Investigate Scattering of Rubbish

Unknown person dumped five bags of garbage on the South Branch Road, just east of Route 44, in Hebron Township between 5:00 pm Thursday and 8:30 am Friday. And, someone recently left a quantity of trash in a wooded area off of Birch Run Road in Liberty Township, McKean County. The land is owned by Scott Cornell of Port Allegany.

Spring Means Highway Projects Resume
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has issued an update for the Route 219, McKean County/Bradford Bypass project which extends from just north of the city of Bradford in Pennsylvania to the New York State line. Contractor on the $28.1 million project is Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. All work is weather and schedule dependent. The contractor anticipates beginning full-scale operations on the project the week of March 23. The work schedule for that week includes the following:

· Setting traffic control signs and erosion control measures from the Forman Street on-ramp to Hillside Drive in New York State.

· Route 219 northbound will be restricted to one lane from the Forman Street on-ramp to Hillside Drive.

· Motorists are advised to watch for slow moving and stopped vehicles through the entire work zone. Motorists are reminded to drive with caution, obey the posted speed limit, and always buckle up.

All ramps will remain open.

For more information on roadway construction and maintenance operations, visit PennDOT’s website at www.dot.state.pa.us. More news...

10 comments :

Anonymous said...

I wish someone would steal my dog. I hate my dog !

Anonymous said...

Then why do have a dog a--hole.

Anonymous said...

People say dogs are a mans best friend. And I agree because I got a jackrussel and he chases cows that get out for me. He is a awesome dog. He loves to go woodchuck hunting.

Anonymous said...

My dog is stupid !

Anonymous said...

If your dog is stupid, must be so is the owner for never teaching him anything.

Anonymous said...

i agree w. poster 8:19, they are only what you teach them or how much time you spend w/ them, kinda like kids... they only learn as they see. & we wonder why kids act as they do.

Anonymous said...

don't put too much value in what you teach. it's what you don't teach that'll get you every time.
now ... let's cut the commentary and start looking ofr those dogs.

Anonymous said...

what brought this on?

Anonymous said...

nothing, I apologize if it seemed sarcastic. I was just trying to say that sometimes we can overlook the little things too.
the comment about looking for the dogs was candid. I have 2 dogs it would be heartbreaking if they were ever stolen.
I'm sorry for the confusion.

I hope the dogs are returned and those involved are punished.
let's keep our fingers crossed.

Anonymous said...

The atv wreck was not even at Jones run.