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November 2017 Archives

Buffalo Twp couple arrested when hibiscus mistaken as marijuana

Their insurance agent came to their house to investigate a fallen tree. It seems that agent took it upon himself to perform a more serious investigation. After noticing some unusual plants in the back yard of his clients' Buffalo Township home, he sent pictures to the police.

Woman wins a gun, paperwork error gets her charged with a felony

A 46-year old Tyrone woman probably thought she had gotten lucky when she won a drawing for a gun. She had entered the raffle at a Rush Township business, and the prize was a Remington 597 .22 caliber long rifle. She went to pick up the gun in January of last year.

2 facing felonies, 'defiant trespassing' charge for bar break-in

Two young men have been charged with felony burglary and several misdemeanor charges after allegedly breaking into The Saloon bar on Hiester Street early Sunday. The misdemeanor charges included theft, possession of controlled substances and "defiant trespassing," which involves continuing to trespass after being given notice to leave.

Pennsylvania government highlighting the 'Pathway to Pardons'

When people think of pardons, they often think about the president or a governor pardoning someone facing the death penalty or some other serious offense. People don't often think about the millions of people out there - in Pennsylvania and across the country - who spend every day dealing with the effects of having a criminal conviction on their records.

2 more Penn State fraternities suspended due to alcohol violations

University officials announced over the weekend that two more fraternities will be suspended. That brings the total to six fraternities suspended this year. The university suspended three others in 2015.