News 9-1-22

The Richland Township Police Department is looking for two people they’re alleging used counterfeit money in stores throughout the area. The suspects are reported to be driving a dark-colored sedan. The alleged incidents happened on Thursday, Aug. 25, in the Richland Township area. If you have any information, please call the Cambria County 911 at 814-472-2100.

Troop G of the Huntingdon State Police will be hosting a car seat event this September.

The event will take place on Monday, Sept. 19 from 2 – 8 p.m. in the Walmart parking lot. It will feature a free child passenger seat check for caregivers. The event is free to the public and no appointments are necessary to participate.

Two Hollidaysburg Little Leaguers were named to the 2022 All-Star team. Chase Link and Beau Rabel were selected in their positions of infielder and outfielder. The two were noted for their offensive efforts throughout the Little League World series. Link recorded three home runs in the series and had a .462 hit and .562 on-base percentage. Rabel had a higher hit percentage with .533 and the same on-base percentage as Link.

A Roaring Spring man was arrested after police said he was caught on camera burglarizing a garage on Oakmont Place in the borough. Brett Pozgar was taken into custody and charged with burglary, criminal trespassing, theft, receiving stolen property, and loitering. He was placed in Blair County Prison on $20,000 cash bail. 

The case against Johnstown man Brian Giles, who was charged in May in the death of his wife Nancy, will head to trial. Giles appeared in Cambria County court Wednesday afternoon for the first time, after a three-and-a-half-year investigation. Giles also faces harassment and assault charges against another missing woman, Jilly Todaro, who has been missing since December of 2020.

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman says he won’t debate opponent Dr. Mehmet Oz. In a statement last night, the Lieutenant Governor said Oz’s campaign thinks it funny to mock his recovery from a stroke. Oz offered to pay for medical personnel Fetterman might need on standby in addition to allowing him to have all of his notes on hand and an earpiece to get answers from his staff.