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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Recap Of Today's News From Gerri

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Driver Cited for Speeding Following Crash
Coudersport-based state police have charged 19 year old Amanda Stevens of Galeton with speeding after her Ford Focus wrecked Monday night on the Loucks Mills Road in Hector Township. Troopers say Stevens was headed north when her car went off the road, struck a culvert and an embankment coming to rest on its roof in the road. She was wearing a seatbelt and escaped injury.

Local Departments Respond to Mutual Aid Call

Galeton Volunteer Firefighters were summoned to assist Clymer Township Fire Department Tuesday afternoon for a working structure fire in Tioga County. Coudersport volunteers transferred an engine and some personnel to stand by in Galeton.

Shinglehouse Man to Be Sentenced for Two DUI’s
Jeffrey Goodliff, 43 will be sentenced May 6 in Potter County Court after pleading guilty this week to DUI for two separate cases. According to Potter County District Attorney Dawn Fink, Goodliff was arrested last June 14 by Shinglehouse Borough Police who pulled him over when the taillights on his vehicle were out. Upon questioning him, officers determined he was driving under the influence of alcohol. Goodliff was stopped again on September 14 in Shinglehouse, this time by State Police when he was observed driving erratically and failing to stop at a stop sign. He again exhibited signs of intoxication. Goodliff refused to do a field sobriety test and to have blood drawn in both instances. He is being represented by Attorney Brian Manchester.

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