Custer City, PA

Bradford Woman Arrested for Disturbances

A Bradford woman was arrested on Monday for causing disturbances. According to City Police, 19 year old Faith Ann Miller was screaming and yelling near the intersection of Kennedy and Williams Streets Monday afternoon. Miller reportedly left the scene when police arrived. Later, officers were dispatched to the Best Western...
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Fugitive Arrested in Bradford Tops

A fugitive was arrested in Bradford. Around noon Sunday, City Police located 50 year old John Hallock of Bradford, who they knew to have a warrant out for his arrest, on a bicycle near Tops on Main Street. Officers lost sight of Hallock, but surveillance cameras allowed officers to track...
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Bradford Man Arrested for Terroristic Threats

A Bradford man is in McKean County Jail for alleged terroristic threats. According to the City of Bradford Police, 61-year-old William J. Brooks threatened to kill another man without provocation. Brooks, who was out on bail at the time for another terroristic treats case and an unconnected disorderly conduct case,...

Duke Center Man Arrested in Bradford

A Duke Center man was arrested on warrants in Bradford on Tuesday. City of Bradford Police stopped a vehicle on Longfellow Avenue shortly after 12:30 Tuesday afternoon, and found that the driver, 39-year-old Brad Lee Taylor, was allegedly driving on a suspended license, and had administrative warrants out for his arrest.

219 Northbound Detour Coming Monday

The following is the text of a press release from PennDOT:. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that the contractor for its highway restoration project along Route 219 near Bradford plans to implement a detour on Monday, August 15. PennDOT anticipates the detour being in place for six days while the contractor restores the pavement surface at the Owens Way overpass.

Council Hears Complaint About Yard Signs

A resident of Abbot Road submitted a complaint and a petition to the Bradford City Council Tuesday against a fellow resident on the street with a vulgar sign on their property and its possible effect on passing children. The sign, one of many on the yard, consisted of a single...

Council Hears Request to Name Elm Street Bridge After Veteran

A man submitted a request to memorialize a veteran with the Elm Street bridge at Tuesday’s Bradford City Council meeting. Ken DuBois, the man presenting the petition, was the next-door neighbor of James Oxley who gave his life in the battle of Quang Tri Provence in the Vietnam War and requested that Oxley be memorialized through signage and poles on the bridge with the 55th anniversary of his passing approaching.

High-Speed Police Pursuit Ends Near Frewsburg

JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) – A high-speed vehicle chase in the Jamestown area has come to an end near Frewsburg. Around noon on Tuesday, officers with the Jamestown Police Department attempted to stop a vehicle in the Willard Street area on the city’s eastside. The car however...

Hydrating by IV Infusions and Nourishing with Vitamin Supplements

Thrive IV Lounge is one of the newest faces on the streets of the village. Located at 5 E Washington Street, Suite 3, they opened just a few weeks ago on July 23. Thrive IV Lounge offers a relaxing spa-like environment for guests to get hydrated via IV infusion or receive vitamin supplementation by intramuscular injection. They exclusively offer private rooms that include comfortable recliners, with TV’s and soft blankets so you can truly kick back and relax while you are being infused.

Bradford Township Sells Old Police Vehicle

Bradford Township sold their old police vehicle at last night’s Township Commission meeting. The board voted to accept a bid of $5,300 for their 2013 Dodge Charger. The Charger was recently replaced with a 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe. Commissioner Laree Sue Behan said the funds from the sale of the...

The Warren County Fair Is Underway

WARREN, Pa. (Erie News Now) – The first full day of the Warren County Fair kicked off on Tuesday, with all sorts of activities and food to enjoy. At the fairgrounds last night, there was ATV and drag races, tractor trivia, and a milk chugging contest. The fair continues...

Lewis Run Man Accused of Cashing Forged Checks

A Lewis Run man has been accused of cashing forged checks. According to court filings, 29 year old Justin Hillard entered the drive-through at Northwest Bank on East Main Street, trying to cash a check that appeared to be from Metalico. Foster Township Police detained Hillard. The bank presented police...

Four arrested after Jamestown police chase, search warrant

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (WIVB) — Jamestown Police arrested four people on Tuesday, following a high-speed vehicle pursuit, which started in Jamestown just before noon and ended in Frewsburg. The pursuit began after police attempted to conduct a traffic stop near the intersection of Allen Street and Willard Street, as police reportedly observed Samuel Pointer, a wanted […]

Goodmote-Miller Apprehended

One of the suspects in the robbery of the Universal Pressure Pumping Well facility last July is back in custody. 25-year-old Joshua Goodmote-Miller is one of two people accused of stealing copper and car batteries from the facility and taking them to Weitsman recycling in Allegany to exchange the items for cash.