Two-vehicle crash. 12:40 p.m Wednesday. Route 54 at Hillside Avenue, Elysburg. Drivers: John Todd, Elysburg, and Kathy Leonovich, Elysburg, Police said Todd was operating a motorcycle east on Route 54 when his cycle collided with Lenovich’s car as he made a right turn onto Hillside Avenue. Injuries: Todd was treated and released from Geisinger Medical Center, Danville.
STATE POLICE, SELINSGROVE
Cited. Linda Buckles, 53, and Steven Walters, 54, both of Middleburg, were both cited with harassment for allegedly fighting with each other at 6:50 p.m. Wednesday at JC Mobile Home Court in Franklin Township, Snyder County.
STATE POLICE, LYKENS
Charged. Heather Rozycki, 39, Dalmatia, charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol, reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child and multiple traffic violations following a one-vehicle crash at noon June 7 on Route 147 at Tarry Hall Road, Upper Paxton Township, Dauphin County. Police said Rozycki was allegedly intoxicated as she was driving south on Route 147. Her vehicle went off the road and overturned several times before coming to rest on railroad tracks. A 5-year-old passenger was in a booster seat, but it was improperly buckled in the vehicle, police said. Rozycki and the child were both injured and transported to the Hershey Medical Center by helicopter, police said.
STATE POLICE, LEWISTOWN
One-vehicle crash. 5:10 p.m. Monday. Pine Street, Delaware Twonship, Northumberland County. Driver: Russell A. Trego, 34, Thompsontown. Police said Trego was driving south on Pine Street when his Plymouth Neon went off the road, struck and embankment and overturned. Injuries: Trego and two passengers, Michaekl D. Graybill, 30, and Sabrina R. Moyer, both of Thompsontown, were all injured. Reports on their medical conditions were not available.
New warden returning to Lewisburg penitentiary
David J. Ebbert has been tapped to replace Jeff Thomas as warden at United States Penitentiary in Lewisburg.
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Fast food workers to escalate wage demands
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The historic influx of illegal immigrants from Central America is caused primarily by the high demand for illicit drugs in the United States, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez said Thursday.
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Budd fundraising run to pass Geisinger
MILTON — It’s “kickstands up” tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. from LT’s Tavern on Route 405 in Milton where hundreds of motorcycles will take off on a run to raise funds for the Budds, the Ohio family whose matriarch, Sharon, recovers at Geisinger Medical Center from grave injuries suffered in a rock-throwing incident two weeks ago.
Attorneys seek $28G more from Line Mountain in wrestling case
WILLIAMSPORT — The legal fee issue between the Line Mountain School District and the Beattie family, which successfully sued the district to allow seventh-grader Audriana Beattie to participate on the all-male wrestling team, is not over.
Driver to police: 'Just shoot me'
WATSONTOWN — A Turbotville man has been charged with making terroristic threats and disturbing the peace after he allegedly threatened to shoot people in a bar and said he had a weapon.
New panel of officers installed by CSIU directors
MONTANDON — A new executive team was installed at Wednesday night’s Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit meeting, as the terms of the present leadership expired this month. Act 102 of 1970, which first created 29 IUs in Pennsylvania, requires intermediate unit directors to elect board of director officers annually in July.
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