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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Recap Of Today's News From Gerri Miller.com

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Drug Charges Filed in Connection To Tioga County Collision
Mansfield-based state police have charged 21 year old Nathan Cobb of Knoxville with possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug in connection to a rear-end collision taking place on the morning of March 9 on Route 249 in Chatham Township. Troopers said the collision occurred when Lana Karchner of Little Marsh slowed her Chevy S-10 down to make a right turn into the driveway and Cobb drove his Jeep Cherokee into the back of the pickup. Karchner was taken by Sabinsville ambulance to Soldiers and Sailors Hospital in Wellsboro for treatment of moderate injuries and police claim Cobb attempted to hide the pot by throwing it to the ground after the collision. He escaped injury.

Elderly Man Victimized by Phone Scam
An elderly Ulysses man has been victimized by a phone scam. Coudersport based state police say an unknown person phoned an 80 year man sometime over the past week or so and claimed he had won the Clearing House Sweepstakes. Police say the man suffered a monetary loss of $15,400.

Tioga County Thefts Probed Mansfield-based state police have investigated a number of thefts in their area recently.

They say they have a teenage suspect in the theft of some klonopin tablets from the home of Ambrosia Crable on Triple D Lane in Covington Friday night or Saturday.

Thieves took a gold toolbox filled with various tools and a Craftsman air compressor from a house construction site at the intersection of East Hill and Tally Road in Covington Township over the past month. The items belonged to Keith Guerrra of Pottstown.

Someone made off with a white gold wedding band from the Country Terrace Apartment of 93 year old Nell Clark over the past several months.

And, troopers are looking for the woman who made have mistakenly taken the wrong walker upon leaving Wal-Mart in Richmond Township Tuesday between 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. A walker belonging to Christine Brooks of Tioga, PA was taken by a woman in her 50’s who left the parking lot in a red Dodge truck along with another woman and man. Another walker was left in its place and police say if a mistake was made it can be corrected by calling the Mansfield Barracks at 570-662-2151.


Criminal Mischief in Roulette Investigated
Coudersport-based state police are looking for vandals who cut a tv cable at the rear Marcie Gutgsell’s mobile home on Ash Lane Sunday night or Monday. The cable was cut where it was connected to the house.

Watch for Flying Debris
State police at the Coudersport Barracks say they have received numerous reports of “untarped” loads being hauled to the Potter County Solid Waste Authority in Gold. Some of the loads are falling onto the highway. Troopers remind haulers that a fine for having an unsecured load can be as much as $1000 and if any load leaks, sifts or falls out of a vehicle, there is an additional penalty of $300 plus costs. Authorities say they have also noticed an increase in littering and remind motorists fines of up to $900 can be imposed by the District Judge hearing the case. More news...

12 comments :

Anonymous said...

Some of the top business people in Coudersport have been seen hauling “untarped” trash which was blowing off their truck, this is more than once. Just look at the trash between Gold and Coudersport. Not only fined, but made to clean up ten miles of road.

Anonymous said...

I have never seen as much GARBAGE along the roads as I have seen this year. Rather than fine them $$$, lets catch them and make them pick-up their own garbage along the highways in broad daylight so we can all see who they are. This mentality that "someone will take care of it" has got to be stopped or eventually the entire state is going to be "One BIG Landfill". If you insist on using your cell phone while you drive, put it to good use and call to report somebody littering.

Anonymous said...

See what happens when you take away the townwide cleanup days...

Anonymous said...

maybe potter county solid waste should bring back clean up days this year.................They say they have no funding....I see the commissioners just approved $98,000 for and upgrade to register and recorder...

Anonymous said...

maybe all of you should join rotary or the lion's club and VOLUNTEER to do trash pick-up! you get a real sense of pride doing this.

Anonymous said...

littering has always been a problem. until it is strictly enforced, it will continue.
I agree with the suggestion, volunteer. it's one way to battle the problem. it's not the total solution, but it's a start.

Anonymous said...

Why should I volunteer to pick up yours or someone else's trash.......

Anonymous said...

They need to start enforcing the litter laws on people throwing cigarette butts out of their windows too. I had a cigarette hit the windshield on my motorcycle last fall from the car in front of me.....right in front of the dump.

Anonymous said...

I believe that each of you complaining should join the adopt a highway program. It is a nice walk, muscles are used in bending up and down to pick up the trash and when you are all done the roadway looks nice for about 1 day and then it is littered again. TRY IT AND SEE HOW IT WORKS...that is the only way we can keep our road sides halfway clean.

Please stop complaining and simply help out your communities.

P.S. Quit slamming the County they all actually work for a living unlike some of you welfare rats...they are paying for your monthly check.

Anonymous said...

How about people receiving cash assistance,community service or work release programs? Brad

Anonymous said...

Gee, John Rigas always had his workers pick up the trash that people threw on the road. Can't we do anything without Rigas?

Anonymous said...

Brad has a great idea. Make the bums that get free money pick up the trash I will even give them the bags.