News 2-9-22 AK
State Police are searching for a Jeep they say was stolen from a home over the weekend.
The theft of the black Jeep Compass happened sometime between 4 p.m. Feb. 5 and 10 a.m. Feb. 6. from a home along Shady Lane in Cooper Township, Clearfield County. The black Jeep Compass has plates reading JZS5317. Anyone with any information is asked to call state police out of Clearfield at 814-857-3800.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission has put out its 2022 adult trout stocking schedule. Brian Wisner, Director of Hatcheries, says the schedule is a roadmap for stocking millions of trout into hundreds of waterways across the state before and during trout season. The Commission is also asking for volunteers to help with the stocking efforts. The 2022 adult trout stocking schedule is now available on the FishBoatPA app.
State police are searching for an Altoona man after receiving a warrant for his arrest for violating a protection from abuse (PFA) order. Robert Noren of Altoona is being sought after violating the PFA on Feb. 5 in Antis Township in the area of Lower Riggles Gap Road. Noren may be driving a 2015 Dodge Caravan. Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of Robert Noren is asked to call state police out of Hollidaysburg at 814-696-6100.
A Johnstown man that was caught drunk and naked in the middle of the street faces charges after he assaulted an ER nurse. Johnstown police responded to a report of a naked man that was screaming in the street and punching vehicles. When they arrived, they found Cameron M. Cinko standing in the middle of the road. Police were able to place him in handcuffs and requested EMS come to evaluate Cinko. Cinko was then transported to the Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center Emergency Room and became aggressive. Police said he assaulted a nurse by kicking her in the stomach before being sedated.
State police are investigating after someone broke into a home that previously caught fire and stole jewelry and two television sets. An unknown suspect broke into the residence home on Pogue Road in Cromwell Township on Jan. 18 or 19 and took a $200 wedding ring and two flatscreen TVs. Both TVs are TLC models. A 55 inch and a 33 inch. Anyone with any information is asked to contact the state police out of Huntingdon at 814-627-6131.
Gas prices are on the rise again across the state. The American Automobile Association says right now, the average price for gas in the commonwealth is three-dollars-and-61-cents per gallon for regular unleaded fuel. That’s eight cents more compared to this day last week.