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Friday, October 23, 2009

Recap Of Today's News From Gerri Miller.com

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ADMITTED TO ARD PROGRAM FOR AIR GUN SHOOTING
Edwin Vossler, Jr. 22 of Austin was admitted to the Potter County ARD program for 12 months on Simple Assault (M2), Recklessly Endangering Another Person (M2) (3 counts), Criminal Mischief (S), and Disorderly Conduct (S). Vossler was arrested for an incident taking place March 11 between 8:30 and 9:00 am on Main Street in Austin in front of the Cock-Eyed Cricket in Austin. Vossler admitted to police he had discharged a pellet from an air rifle hitting Kyle Gledhill in the upper thigh and striking a 1996 Pontiac Sunfire owned by Berna Walker while Gledhill was standing by the car. Two passengers, Zachary Jeffers and Michael Dieffenderfer were not hurt. Vossler was also ordered to perform 25 hours of community service and to pay a $525 fee.
JAIL TIME FOR GUN THIEF
In other Potter County Court action, 33 year old James Leach of Knoxville was sentenced four -23 ½ months in jail for each of three theft charge to run concurrent. He was also ordered to perform 20 hours of community service, undergo mandatory DNA testing, pay a $300 fine and make restitution of $800. According to District Attorney Dawn Fink, between January and April of 2008, Leach took a number of guns from the residence of the victim in Harrison Twp, Potter County, where he was staying, and then sold the guns. More news....

9 comments :

Anonymous said...

standing next to the car, more like being drug down the road with his lower half of his body hanging out of the car window!

Anonymous said...

None of your buisness

Anonymous said...

WOW,What's the juicy story on this? I do beleive this coud put Austin in the lead over Roulette.

Anonymous said...

This is older but rehashing it could give austin the lead. I dont know, all the drugs and delinquents in roulette would be hard to beat

Anonymous said...

Austin could very well take the lead. They have just as much drug and delinquents. I believe we should start going name by name idiot to idiot ratio!

Anonymous said...

Do you people think of what you say before you say it? If you haven't relized yet, we are all from small towns around here and the slightest thing is "BIG" news. Being from Austin, or Roulette, just because they are most likely the smallest does not make you and idot. You have people from Coudersport, or Port, or Eldred, and the other surrounding areas that have just as many "stupid" things happen. I love how people are so quick to judge when you don't truely even know the people involed. Some of you people really need to get out of the small areas and find out what real life and what real concerns are, and before I am badgered for defending the towns, yes I grew up in Austin, and I honestly wouldn't have wanted to grow up anywhere else, and this comes from someone who moved away, to a Large city for some time and found out what the "REAL" world was all about. Grow up...

Anonymous said...

9:47

That was a nice story.

Anonymous said...

LMAO
tooooooo funny welcome to potter county

would someone please tell me the closest BIG city???

Anonymous said...

They went to Coudy for lunch at the Mac Donalds!