January 23, 2019
Fatal Crash Update – PSP
Tpr. Wallace 0747 Hours – 01/23/19
This crash occurred as Unit 1 (operator 1 Arianna Northcraft 29/passenger of unit 1 – 5 yr old) was traveling north along Letterkenny Road and Unit 2 (operator 2 Roshun Dunn, 27) attempted to make a left turn onto Letterkenny Road West as unit 2 was entering the intersection. The front of Unit 2 struck the front of Unit 1. Unit 1 & 2 both traveled off the west berm of the roadway. Operator 1 was entrapped inside the vehicle. Unit 2 rolled onto its driver’s side and became engulfed in flames. The child of unit 1 was extricated from the vehicle by witnesses at the scene. Operator 1 & the child passenger were flow from the scene by helicopter to be treated for their injuries. Operator 2 was pronounced dead at the scene.
Colonel Douglas Mastriano Tuesday on the Drive at Five – hear the full interview HERE… Mastriano will run for the seat vacated by Rich Alloway. Announced his retirement last week.
Problems at Cumberland Valley Christian School Tuesday. Hear the interview HERE. Pastor Mike Sanders says the threat was posted on Snapchat. Students tipped off their parents, parents tipped off police. The school was closed on Tuesday. Police continue to investigate. Sanders says there is no currently no threat to students or staff at the school.
Bad scene in Hagerstown Tuesday. Police say 40-year-old Ingrid Collazos died when the car she was driving was struck by a bus early Tuesday at U.S. 40 and Garland Groh Boulevard. Collazos trapped in her car, taken to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
49-year-old Robert Brooks of Chambersburg faces charges for screaming racial slurs at and assaulting a Pennsylvania State Police trooper recently during a domestic disturbance in Guilford Township. Brooks punched the trooper several times.
Congressman Dr. John Joyce signs on and co-sponsors The Ending Sanctuary Cities Act. The measure seeks to curb sanctuary cities and counties by making them ineligible to receive federal grants. “Sanctuary cities” sport policies designed to limit cooperation with, or involvement in, federal immigration enforcement actions.
A new state law that allows school buses to have cameras for recording drivers who illegally pass at bus stops went into effect this month. Drivers who illegally pass a stopped bus face a $250 dollar fine plus a $35-dollar surcharge that goes into a fund for buying more cameras. They also lose their license.