Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 28, 2002 · Page 2
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Page 2 WEATHER Monday, October 28,2002 National Temperatures The AccuWeather.com forecast for noon.Tuesday, Oct. 29. 30s 40s Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. .Albuquerque 50s 50s © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. 90s FRONTS: m COLD WAfOt StAJTOMAHy Aiiinia AiiaaQcGrv Bahiroore Boston Bufelo Chaiteston3-C. Charleston, W.Ya. Chicago Oereiand 50 29 59 39 40 38 71 63 53 44 53 42 39 DaSas-Fi Worth Dayton Dawer HoocAdu Houston jxsdianapofis JadsooJJiss. Louisvi&e ]. 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R a • n f a 1 I Amount for 24- hour period ending at 7 a.m. today provided by Two Lick filtration plant of Pennsylvania- American Water Co. 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Low MoodHv 18 ai Grand Marals aod Ely. MiniL Business Bankin At Its Best Police log Tne Indiana Gazette Homer City area Indiana Fight leads to chase \ 7 eMcles vandalized Five people face criminal chaiges asaresultof a fight and car chase in Homer City and Center Tcnvnship Sunday ai 11 pjn.. saw poiice reported. JacqueEne Enriquez, 18. of Gymer; invited Dre\v Baney, 18, of Luceme- mines and nvo juveniles to meet her at Floodway Park, \vnere Enriquez's niends Bryan Norwood. 30, of Lancaster and Eric Sinclair. 21, of Ment- de started a fight with Baney and his companions. According to troopers at Indiana, one of Baney's friends drew a knife, cut Nor\«xxl and Sindair and fied onfboL \Mien Baney drove away to the CoGo's convenience store along Route 119, the others fbflowBQ in a car driven by Mike Sindair, 18, of Mentde and blocked Banev's ^'ehi- de, police reported. Eric Sindair then smashed a window of Baney s car and assaulted him. The youth who carried the knife win be charged with asgra\-ated assault, according to a report filed by Trooper Chris op de Beeck. Norwood will be charged with simple assault, Eric .^nriai- wiih simple assault and criminal mischief. KCke Sinclair wiih disorderly conduct, and Enriquez with conspiracy, according tooolice. At about 3:15 am Sunday, somebody used a chunk of concrete to shatter die windshield of a tow truck belonging ro Mohney s Towing Service while it \vcts at the Carriage House Apartments along Oakland Avenue, Indiana Borough Police reported. Someone caused about SI,000 damage to a 2000 Jeep Wrangler, which belongs to Jason Cook of Kittanning, early Sunday \vhile me vehi- de was parked behind The Coney, 642 Philadelphia Su. borough police reported- Investigators gai-e no description of the damage, which was done be- rween 12^0 and 1 a_m. Mobile phone goes mobile Erica Falk of 7S9 Wayne Ave_ reported Sunday that a cellular telephone was stolen from her horne at about 1 s m . borough police reported. Campus thefts Someone stole property from a dormitory room in EQan Hafl at Indiana University of Pennsylvania between 9 pan. Sarurday and 1:15 p-m. Suaday, campus police reponed. A laptop computer was taken Sunday from a study room in the Stapleton Library ben veen 5 and 8:40 p-m. Campus police did not identify the people who filed me theft reports. Vandalism probed Someone discharged a fire extinguisher in a lounge on the first floor of Eseh Hafl at 1:27 am Friday.The release activated a fire alarm and prompted an evacuation of the building. Wh tte Township Prankster pictured A surveillance video system at the Indiana Area Senior High School showed a 16-year-old bov making a hang-up phone cafl to the Indiana Counn- 911 center at 11:49 a.m. Tuesday, state police reponed. Police died the boy for disorderly conduct and school officials suspended birn according to troopers in Indiana, Shopping cart missing Sometime between OCL 12 and 22, someone look a modified shopping cart from the BiLo supermarket along \Vayne Avenue state poKee hi Indiana reponed. Ana died to the from end of rhe missing can is a large red-and-vel- low vehicle for seanns children. iroopers ask Thar anyone who has seen the cart contact die Indiana station at (724} 357-1960. Armstrong Township CDs missing Verner McKendridc 22, reported that someone took about 2OO music compact disks Saturday from his home at the Pine Tree mobile home park, according to state police at Indiana A suspect is under investigation but has not been charged, police re- poned. Litterbugs charged State police have charged Wayne Hehnan Jr., Arvilla Helman and Linda Gardner with scattering rubbish on property owned by Peggy Bamhart along North Ridge Road. Tbe rubbish was dumped OCL 11 between 4 and 4:30 pan., according to Indiana-based troopers. Police withheld the suspects" addresses. Rayne Township Home targeted Someone shot a paintball at Tiroo- thy Siadrmiller's residence along Ruth Drive, in Home, at 8:15 Sunday evening, state police in Indiana re- Dorted. Accidents The Indiana Gazette Sattsburg One-vehicle crash A vehicle driven bv Jennie Pistin- inzi of Saltsburg hit a po)e Saturday afternoon along Indiana Avenue. Indiana-based state police reported. Tne report did not indicate •whether Pisrinniz» w^as injured. Va i I ey To wnsh 5 p Car struck pole A Dayton teenager who was in a one-vehicle accident Sunday was snE in .\rmsirong County Memorial Hospital in Jurtanning ihis morning, according ro a hospital spokesman- Trie vehide drnien by hGcfaael S, Baker, 17, struck a unEry poie along state Rome 85 in Valley Towiisiiip. Armstrong County, shortly before 9 a.m., state police from Mttanning re- portedL The hosniral declined :o reoon Bakers condinon- The Rarbiirn Township Volunteer Fire Department helped at the scene. Wh rte Town sh i p "\ ehicle ditched A Penri Run ivoinaii W~BS taken to the iacfiana Regional S4edical Center after the vehicle she ->vas driving crossed Geese;,- Road and fan a ditch Sanirdsy. siate police from Indians reponed. Valerie Crcn^'e ^-as rreaied 21 the hospital asc released, a hospital spokeswoman said. Tne accident happened near Airport Road 21 8:50 pm . according 10 police. Hit and run reported An unknown vehide hit a silver Sobaru that was parked along Lisa Drive HI the Westgate Terrace apartment comples Sunday in \Miite Township, stare poiice reported. The Subaru is owned br Krvstal -\GDer. 24, ponce said- Westover Jeep hit trees A Jeep Cherokee driven by John L Phillips, 50. of Gen CamDbell bit TWO Trees Thursdav ai 10 p.m. along state Route 3005 in Hfesiover. Qearfield County, state police from the Punx- smswney barracks reponed. Phuiips was taken to IvGners Hos- piral for treatment, according ID police, but a hospital spokeswoman said she bad no report rh^i Phillips was treated there. Loyalhanna Township Car rear-ended A car driven by Donna Badick, 30, of ApoBo was rear-ended Thursday az 12:15 a.m. while she was stopped at Routes 931 and 285 in Lovalhanna Township, Yi'esrmoreland County. state DoEce from loski \aDe\ T repon- ed The driver of the vehicle that struck Bedicks car did not stop to provide any information, police said. The re- pan did not mention injuries. Salem Township Rear-end crash A vehide driven by a Blairsville woman smick rhe bark of one driven by a Monroevflle woman on Route 22 in Satem Township, \\estmorelaiHi County, state police from KisM VaHey reported- Police reported Stephanie John was traveling behind Betty Green in a fine of traffic when the accident occurred about5:05pm Saturday. Neither Green nor John was injured, according to police. Rhonda W3sarL a passenger in Greens car. was bun, police said, but they did not repon whether she sough: medical care. Pennsylvania Tuesday, Oct. 29 ACGUWeather.com forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures | State College J33"/41° | <| • Pittsburgh ;38°/42 Philadelphia !42 6 /50° T © 2002 AccuWealher, Inc. /V j-rry PL Cloudy Ctoucty Showers T-slorms flain Rurries Snow Ice l^£ .A555CSS3 PteSS Four-day forecast Tuesday: Occasional rain; low 35, high 42. Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers; low 37, high 43. Thursday: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers; low 30, high 37. Friday: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers'; low 25, high 38. INDIANA : IRSlBANK Hospital notes Mrmher FDIC INDIANA Birth Oct. 26,2002 Matthew S. Hill and Brigette LeeAnn Smith, Northern Cambria, a boy Birth Oct. 27,2002 James L. and Tern Lynn Sisitki, Blairsvflle, a girl Admissions Oct. 26 Juliano Donatelli, Indiana; Breanna Lynn Novosel, Indiana; Elijah Michael Petrill, Clymer; Brigette LeeAnn Smith, Northern Cambria Admissions Oct. 27 John Fletcher Hudak, Aivetda; Elijah Michael Petrill, Clymer; Terri Lynn Sisitki, Blairsville Discharges Oct. 26 Noah Eugene Bennett, Ernest; Susan Bennett, Ernest; Parker Ryan Fritz, Indiana; Cheryl Lou Livingston. Home; KLmberiy Jean Mom- ingstar, Blairsville; Curtis Wayne Ruddock Home; Melissa M. Tagala, Indiana; Trinity Ann Tagala, Indiana; Patrick M. Yurky, Homer City Discharges Oct. 27 _ Hannah Rayne Baird, Black Lick; Tanya Ann Fekon, Black Lick; Tina A. Mxanmllby, Shelocta LATROBE Birth OCL 27,2002 Ed\\-ard and Amy ^\ ^ llson, BLairsville, a bov Admissions Oct. 27,2002 Rebecca L. Hanzes, Saltsburg; Amy Wilson, Blairsville Discharge Oct. 26,2002 Joan E. 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