LOCAL NEWS | MAY 29, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 29, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 29, 2019

Authorities are investigating an alleged rape that took place earlier this month in Huntingdon County.  According to State Police, an eleven-year-old female had been sexually active with an unknown 20-year-old male.  The incident took place May 10th in Dudley.  The investigation is ongoing.


Suspicious activity near an area school is under investigation by authorities.  On May 20th at approximately 9:45 pm, members of the Mifflin County custodial staff noticed a man on the grounds of the Lewistown Intermediate School on Green Avenue.  When confronted, the man displayed a badge and claimed to work for school district security.  He got into a black pick-up truck and drove from the scene.  He is described as a short, white male last seen wearing blue jeans and a t-shirt.  Anyone with information should contact Officer Snyder of the Lewistown Police Department.


Area residents can make their homes more energy efficient with free weatherization services from SEDA-Council of Governments (SEDA-COG).  The service is available to income-qualifying homeowners and renters in Mifflin, Juniata, Snyder and Perry Counties, as well as Union, Montour, and Columbia Counties.  For more information, call SEDA-COG at 1-800-332-6701 and ask for the Weatherization program.


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