Hunny News for May 18th

Hunny News for May 18th

Hunny News for May 18th

39-YEAR OLD MATTHEW STARR THE ALTOONA POLICE SERGEANT CHARGED WITH PADDING OVERTIME AND STEALING FUNDS FROM THE ALTOONA POLICE DEPARTMENT WAIVED HIS PRELIMINARY HEARING WEDNESDAY. STARR’S BAIL WAS ALSO MODIFIED AND HE WAS RELEASED FROM JAIL.

BOATERS AT THE PRINCE GALLITZEN STATE PARK FOUND THE BODY OF AN ELDERLY MALE FLOATING ON THE WATER OF THE LAKE ABOUT 10 FEET FROM SHORE. THE CAMBRIA COUNTY CORONER JEFF LEES SAYS AT THIS POINT THERE IS NOTHING SUSPICIOUS ABOUT THE DEATH.

A JUDGE IS EXPECTED TO RULE TODAY IF CIVIL CHARGES AGAINST THE ALTOONA-JOHNSTOWN CATHOLIC DIOCESE CAN PROCEED. TWO SISTERS WHO CLAIMED THEY WERE MOLESTED BY A PRIEST IN THE DIOCESES FILED THE SUIT LAST JUNE.

GOVERNOR TOM WOLF SIGNED LEGISLATION WHICH WOULD ALLOW BUS DRIVERS AND CROSSING GUARDS TO ADMINISTER EPIPEN INJECTIONS TO STUDENTS SUFFERING FROM AN ALLERGIC REACTION. THE GUARDS AND BUS DRIVERS WOULD HAVE TO COMPLETE TRAINING. THE LAW DOES NOT MANDATE SCHOOL DISTRICTS OR BUS COMPANIES TO ENACT THE EPIPEN POLICY

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