Saturday, July 23, 2016
A female motorcyclist was injured Saturday afternoon when involved in a crash in West Penn township. The crash occurred as the biker was traveling west on Golf road and failed to negotiate a left curve in the roadway. Her bike entered the right berm where she laid it down in the brush. She then walked to a home on Archery Lane for help. The woman was treated at the scene by members of the Penn Mahoning ambulance and transported to an area hospital. West Penn township police Sgt Jason Lorah...
Gregory Michael Muffley, 32, of 286 Lofty Road, McAdoo was cited by Tamaqua police after an incident on June 29. Officers were dispatched to Patterson Street for a disturbance at 3:11 p.m. They spoke with two women who said Muffley came to the home in a rage, yelling and screaming, kicking and pounding the front door. He left when police were called. He received citations for criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zickler
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