LOCAL NEWS & SPORTS - Saturday, December 17, 2022
FERMANAGH TOWNSHIP VEHICLE THEFT
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the theft of a motor vehicle at Parkside Court in Fermanagh Township, Juniata County.
A 20 year old Mifflin male reported to police that his 2003 Ram 2500 was stolen from the Parkside Court location on December 15 at around 11pm. The incident remains under investigation.
ARMAGH TOWNSHIP DOMESTIC DISPUTE
On December 11 at approximately 2:12pm Pennsylvania State Police at Lewistown responded to a residents on Broad Street in Armagh Township, Mifflin County for a reported domestic dispute.
Lauren Imler, 33 of Lewistown and Andrew Imler, 37 of Lewistown are arrested for their actions. Charges have been filed through Magisterial District Court.
FERMANAGH TOWNSHIP CRASH
Pennsylvania State Police at Lewistown responded to a one vehicle crash on Arch Rock Road in Fermanagh Township, Juniata County on December 15 at approximately 3:41pm.
A tree had fallen over the power lines and was hanging over the roadway. A 2007 Nissan Rogue began to slide on the slippery roadway and crashed through the tree before sliding down an embankment.
No injuries were reported in the incident.
TURBETT TOWNSHIP CRASH
Pennsylvania State Police at Lewistown also responded to a single vehicle crash on Route 74 in Turbett Township, Juniata County.
At just after 7pm on December 15 a 2005 Freightliner tractor was unable to make it up the mountain on the slippery roadway and slid into the guide rail. No injuries were reported.
EAST JUNIATA 39, NEWPORT 17 (JAKE BRACKBILL, EJHS – 15 POINTS)
SAINT JOSEPH’S CATHOLIC ACADEMY 67, JUNIATA 51 (MICHAEL LOWER, SJCA – 19 POINTS; CALEB SMITH, JHS – 17 POINTS)
LINE MOUNTAIN @ MUNCY – NO SCORE REPORTED
JUNIATA 41, SAINT JOSEPH’S CATHOLIC ACADEMY 12
SATURDAY ON JUNIATA COUNTY RADIO SPORTS:
Juniata @ Southern Huntingdon Girls - 6:30pm