Local News 3/8/22

News 3-8-22 AK

An arrest warrant has been issued for a Clearfield man after police said he fractured a man’s skull. Michael Warrick is accused of hitting a man several times and fracturing his skull on March 3. State police said Warrick went to the man’s home in Woodland to retrieve money from him between 9 and 9:30 p.m. Witnesses told police Warrick left the area in a white SUV. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police in Clearfield at 814-857-3800.

A Johnstown man is behind bars after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend and dragging her back into the house when she tried to flee. Roy Paul Hillegass is reported to have assaulted the woman after coming home from the bar. Police noted there were visible injuries on the woman consistent with the story she provided. There were also still bleeding cuts on her feet that she told police were from being drug on the ground back into the house.Hillegass is confined to Cambria County Prison.

According to today’s data from Triple-A, the average price for a gallon of regular-grade gasoline in Pennsylvania is four-dollars-and-23-cents, which is above the national average of four-dollars-and six-cents.

Pennsylvania State Police in Ebensburg have charged a man after investigators said they found videos of naked girls he allegedly recorded on his phone. A woman came forward to police and told them she found an old cell phone that belonged to Daniel Paul Belleau at her home in Patton Borough. State police received a search warrant to access the SD card. On it, they reported there were videos of the girls that had been taken in the bathroom as well as through a partially closed bedroom door. Belleau admitted to recording the girls.

A Walmart employee faces charges after police said he stole money from a woman’s wallet in Clearfield County on March 5. Travis Dixon was working as a cart-pusher when he found a wallet in one of the carts and took around $800 in cash. Police found the money on Dixon, along with a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. Dixon faces theft and drug-related charges.

Three Altoona residences are charged with child endangerment after police observed multiple hazards and filth throughout a home. Bobby Hines, Wendy Hoover, and Laushawnda Jackson have been charged with multiple counts of child endangerment. All three children were under the age of three years old.