Waleed Edens, 35, allegedly kicked another inmate with steel toed boots, which left the man with a broken left shoulder and nose. He also had a toothbrush with razor blades melted into it, according to state police at Rockview.
Philipsburg-Osceola is introducing a new agriculture program starting with hydroponics at the high school, part of a push toward career and technical education. The new program is in line with CTE and FFA programs supported by U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson.
Derek Henry, 18, had a felony charge dismissed and one charge bound over for trial on April 25, 2018. Henry is accused of threatening to "shoot up" Bald Eagle Area High School. Henry is committed to play football at Lock Haven University.
Brian Stauffer, 44, and Samantha Hazel, 27, were involved in a bloody fight after he strangled her and she threw paint cans at him on April 21, 2018. Ferguson Township police arrived during the fight and were able to separate the two.
Charles Buday, 43, of Lock Haven, stole a dump truck, caused $15,000 in damage, headbutted a nurse and displayed his butt crack, police say. He is being detained at Centre County Correctional Facility in lieu of $75,000 bail.
Lane closures on North Atherton Street will likely persist until the construction project finishes up in 2019, which means continued traffic congestion and travel delays. The zipper merge can help with traffic flow.
A lawsuit brought against Penn State’s board of trustees and President Eric Barron by Cameron Padgett, a supporter of alt-right leader Richard Spencer, for the university’s denial of Spencer's request to speak on campus in August, has been dismissed, April 24, 2018.
Vincent Winkler, 23, and Troy Todd, 23, both from Norfolk, Va., allegedly stole a golf cart during Blue-White weekend on April 22, 2018. Todd allegedly told police the golf cart was left at his Airbnb apartment and assumed it was for occupant use.
Former Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller testified April 23, 2018, before a state judicial disciplinary board regarding ex parte communications made between herself and a former judge.