|Anonymous Tip Leads to FOW Capture|
– On March 6th Police apprehended a fugitive, 30 year old James Casey Lockett,
of Ramey, who was added to the Clearfield County Fugitive of the Week list in
October. He failed to appear for court after being charged with stealing an
ATV. An anonymous tip to the Clearfield County Crime Stoppers provided police
with Lockett’s location at a residence in Madera. Lockett attempted to flee the
residence. Police were able to apprehended Lockett, and he was taken into
|Report: Three-Year PA Job Growth Lags|
HARRISBURG- While many states have watched their economies improve since the
recession ended, a new report reveals a different story in Pennsylvania - one
in which the state has watched job growth plummet to among the worst in the
|Three Hopefuls file for Governor Ballot|
HARRISBURG(AP) — The first candidates for Governor to file petitions to get on the
May 20 primary ballot are Democrats John Hanger and Jack Wagner and Republican
|Penn State Board of Trustees Reform|
HERSHEY- A state
lawmaker from Luzerne County says while Penn State University’s Board of
Trustees has adopted a series of reforms, the board hasn’t gone far enough and
the state legislature needs to step in and make the necessary changes.
|FOW- Paul Ulrich|
CLEARFIELD- The Fugitive of the Week is Paul
Eugene Ulrich of Grove Avenue, Johnston. A warrant
was issued for Ulrich after he failed to appear for court February 20.
Police say Ulrich and two other individuals unlawfully
removed items from a store on Plaza Drive in Clearfield in September and they previously took items from another Clearfield
|Competition for Governor|
HARRISBURG (AP) — Candidates for Pennsylvania governor and lieutenant governor who are
seeking to compete in the state's May 20 primary must turn in their nomination
petitions by Tuesday.
|Teenager Reported Missing Sunday|
Clearfield State Police are looking for a missing 16-year-old boy from
Woodland. Police say Philip Brown Jr. was last seen in the area of Madera
around 3 pm yesterday, in a residence on Shiloh road in Bradford Township.
|State College Apartments Robbed|
COLLEGE- Police are investigating the connection between burglaries at
apartment complexes in downtown State College. State College Police say unknown
suspects entered the Meridian Apartments Friday morning during a fire alarm and
stole an unknown amount of items.