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Kayla Handy

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Inmate’s case moved to higher court

   An SCI Huntingdon inmate previously incarcerated on terroristic threat charges and unable to make bail will face several criminal attempt charges, including criminal attempt homicide, aggravated assault, simple assault and criminal mischief. Full Story

DUI cases stayed in criminal court

   In light of the recent DUI law controversy regarding the constitutionality of warrantless blood draws, additional DUI cases were stayed during criminal court Feb. 15 by Huntingdon County President Judge George Zanic.  Full Story

PennDOT, PSP promote safety law awareness

   PennDOT and the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) are joining efforts this week to promote lesser-known highway law safety, an opportunity for both organizations to encourage safe driving.  Full Story

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Officials stress awareness in work zones

   In light of the recent tragedy involving the death of a PennDOT worker in Logan Township, Blair County, local PennDOT officials and state police emphasize work zone safety as spring weather, and work zone areas, begin to pop up within the county. Full Story

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Police expose pot operation

   A search warrant executed Monday afternoon led to the arrest of a 70-year-old man in what was one of the county’s most elaborate marijuana grow operation. Full Story

Judge hears assault cases

   A 70-year-old Huntingdon man plans to enter a guilty plea to felony aggravated indecent assault of a child charges pending his attorney’s review of his case. Full Story

Defendants plead to assault, possession

   Several simple assault and drug possession defendants entered guilty pleas Feb. Full Story

Defendants waive preliminary hearings

   Several criminal use of a communication facility cases entered through central court Wednesday, all being waived on to the higher court by presiding magisterial district judge Rufus Brenneman. One such case was the case of Donald E. Full Story

Judge issues bench warrant in retail theft case

   Only one preliminary hearing took place during Huntingdon County Central Court Wednesday, resulting in a bench warrant and moving the defendant’s case to the higher courts.  Full Story

Child endangerment cases waived, continued in court

   A Huntingdon woman and Shirleysburg man facing child endangerment charges in two separate incidents appeared in central court Wednesday for their preliminary hearings.  Elizabeth M. Holland, 27 and David B. Full Story

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