Local News 4/21/22

News 4-21-22 AK

State police are looking for information on the whereabouts of a Huntingdon County man they say got into a physical altercation with a woman and a 14-year-old boy. Charges were filed against Thomas William Lee Boozer after the physical altercation on April 15. Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of Thomas Boozer is asked to call PSP out of Huntingdon at 814-627-3161.

Ferguson Township Police are looking for a man who stole three drones from a Best Buy.

Police say that the retail theft took place on April 9, at the Best Buy located in State College. The unknown suspect walked in on foot around 3 p.m., broke a cabinet display and put a drone in a Best Buy bag, and left. About five minutes later, he walked back in and stole a second drone. He then returned again around 6:30 p.m. and stole a third drone. Anyone with information is asked to anonymously contact Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers at 1-800-472-8477.

A report from the national Pest Management Association says bugs will be especially bad in Pennsylvania this year. The group says high temperatures, combined with an early season rain will contribute to an increase in tick and mosquito activity. They say termites like the same condition, so you can see increased activity from them, as well.

An Altoona woman is facing charges after police found her with various items she reportedly tried to steal from a FeFi store. Amber DeLeo was reportedly in the FeFi’s on 6th Avenue and trying to walk behind the counter to take packs of cigarettes when the police were called. Inside DeLeo’s handbag, police said she had three cans of soda, a YoCrunch strawberry yogurt, $3.99 in white meat chicken and a package of Hershey’s chocolate chip cookie dough. he was taken into custody and placed in Blair County Prison.

The coroner has been called to the scene of a train and car crash that happened in Cambria County. The accident occurred at 100 Carneys Crossing Road in Lilly and emergency crews were called out at about 9:20 p.m.

May 2nd is the deadline to register to vote in the May primary. Officials with the Department of State urge everyone  who wants to vote in the May 17th primary to register or update their information by that Tuesday.  Residents also can use the state’s online voter site to apply for a new registration, or make changes to your name, address or party affiliation.