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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Ulysses Improvement


Oswayo Valley Memorial Library Fundraisers.doc Oswayo Valley Memorial Library Fundraisers


Friday, April 27, 2012

4-29 Soup Luncheon St. Pauls Lutheran Church


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Art Classes

5-5,25,&26 Cherry Springs


Cherry Springs State Park Programs


Thursday, April 26, 2012

PITT-BRADFORD TO GRADUATE ITS LARGEST CLASS SUNDAY

PITT-BRADFORD TO GRADUATE ITS LARGEST CLASS SUNDAY

  BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will graduate its largest class – 342 students – during commencement exercises Sunday, April 29.
 

John Schlimm, internationally award-winning author of 12 books on cooking/entertaining, history, how-to and fiction, will speak to the graduating class.

            The commencement will also be broadcast live at www.upb.pitt.edu/commencement.aspx.

            Those graduates from Bradford expected to receive an Associate of Science degree are Andrew M. Flynn, Samantha McGriff, Nathan M. O’Lay and Nathan Alan Rees, all nursing majors, and Beth Christman and Burton Markert, both petroleum technology majors.

            Other students from McKean County expected to receive associate degrees are Richard Edward Castina, a liberal studies major, and Stephanie Denise Hungiville, a nursing major, both of Mount Jewett; Marklyn Dawn Simms, a liberal studies major from Smethport; Steven Paul Kriner and Hazen E. Robson, both nursing majors from Eldred; Sara Hyde and Kelly Elizabeth McKinney, both nursing majors, and Kyle A. Engelken, a petroleum technology major, all from Kane; Kabel Kellogg, an information systems major, and James Lyon Anderson, a nursing major, both from Port Allegany.

            Students from Elk County expected to receive associate degrees are Heather Rose Wendel, a liberal studies major from St. Marys; Diane M. Baumgratz, Anne Marie Jackson, Deanna Denio, Mark Joseph Schaut and Karen A. Squires, all nursing majors from St. Marys; Rachel M. Pavlock and Leah Marie Sample, both nursing majors from Johnsonburg; Kristie Marie Beaver and Jennifer R. Wonderly, both nursing majors, and Cody J. Sheasley, a petroleum technology major, all of Ridgway; and Edward J. Murray, a nursing major from Wilcox.

            Students from Warren County expected to receive associate degrees are Jon Nagurney, a petroleum technology major from North Warren; Teddy R. Babcock, a petroleum technology major from Russell; Nancy S. Scott, a nursing major, and Ronald E. Peat and Jonathan Charles Welch, both petroleum technology majors, all from Warren.

            Other students expected to receive associate degrees are Heidi Heatherdale, a liberal studies major from Brockway; Emmitt N. McNaughton, a liberal studies major from Mount Joy; Ian Kolb, a nursing major from Pittsburgh; Karen L. McManigle, an information systems major from Emporium; Kyle James Baker, a petroleum technology major from Titusville; Gary W. Hyde, an information systems major from East Springfield; Link R. Green, a nursing major from Coudersport; Brandon Meacham, a petroleum technology major from Shinglehouse; Dakota Z. Roller, a petroleum technology major from Clintonville; Brenda Stover, a nursing major from New Kensington; Lauren Moss, a nursing student from York; and Emmanuel I. Eboweme, a petroleum technology major from Washington, D.C.

            Students from Bradford expected to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree are Stefan Arlington, a broadcast communications major; Jacob M. Karrasch and Danielle Lynn Persing, both criminal justice majors; Amanda Allison Caldwell, an English major; Maddi Shea Smith, an English and English education 7-12 major; Joshua Nathaniel Poorman, Sameer Neil Pradhan, Jack Arthur Spring and Katie S. Vecellio, all environmental studies majors; Ryan Matthew Crowley and Andrea Marie Herzog, both history-political science majors; Kimberly Dianne Lindquist and Kaitlin Marie Zapel, both human relations majors; Cara Danielle Huff, Corey Meyer and Edmund David Thornton, all social sciences majors; Sarah Marie Randolph, a sociology major; and Andrew Michael Cauley and Bethany Lynn Kapp, both writing majors.

            Students from Bradford expected to receive a Bachelor of Science degree are Bryan Thomas Deloe, an applied mathematics major; Michael Thomas DeCasper and Arpad N. Hervanek, both biology majors; Valerie K. Couch, a biology education 7-12 major; Jake Colosimo, Dianna M. Lewis, James Robert Stevens, Thomas Robert Taylor and Matthew A. Teribery, all business management majors; Robert Colts, a chemistry major; Lewis Pon Keller Jr., a computer information systems and technology major; Shea Ann Miller and Krista Perkins, both elementary education and sociology majors; Richille Vela Denora, Diana Lyn Lawton, Tarah Marie Lipps, Samantha Pascarella, Christy Sherk, Lindsay M. Sherman and Stephanie L. Smith, all elementary education majors; Jordan V. Huestis, an entrepreneurship major; Steven E. Butler, a hospitality management major; Emily J. Wilton and Echo R. Zandy, both psychology majors; Zachary D. Foster, a sport and recreation management major; Brittany Danielle Gilmore, Sarah Ann Lonzi and Katelyn N. Sherwin, all sports medicine majors; and Brandon Matthew Wyche, a nursing major.

            Students from McKean County expected to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree are Jeremy Scott Freer, a broadcast communications major from Cyclone; Kelly O’Brien, a broadcast communications, Melissa Ann Hickey, a history-political science major and Cassandra Ludwig, a social sciences major, all from Derrick City; Erik Austin, a broadcast communications major from Duke Center; Heather Kathleen Aul, a broadcast communications major, Kalli Rae Baker, Katelyn E. Forquer and Jennifer Lynn Moore, all criminal justice majors, Keith Anderson, a history-political science and social studies education 7-12 major, Jenna D. Oyler and Sherri L. Sweeney, both human relations majors, and Jessica Adamski, a social sciences major, all from Kane; Cheyenne Autumn Vecellio, a communications major from Lewis Run; Cynthia Remington, a criminal justice major, and Jeffrey S. Pinchock, an environmental studies major, both from Port Allegany; Jeremy Bennett, a criminal justice major, and Samantha L. Aaron, a social sciences major, both from Rixford; Charles E. Vandever, an environmental studies major, and Megan Danielle Woods, a social sciences major, both from Smethport; and Philip Causer, a criminal justice major from Turtlepoint.

            Students from McKean County expected to receive a Bachelor of Science degree are Brian C. Schneider, an accounting and business management major, and Stevy Crawford, a health and physical education major, both from Eldred; Tyler Labesky, a business management major, and Jodie L. Nelson, a chemistry major, both of Kane; Kayla D. Swartz, a radiological science major, and Diana Rankin, a computer information systems and technology major, both from Mount Jewett; and Lauren E. Kinniburgh, an athletic training major, Kathy Lynn Donovan and Ronald C. Tanner Jr., both business management majors, Russell Nelson Tanner, a computer information systems and technology major, and Kristine Noel Ball, a nursing major, all of Smethport.

            Students from Elk County expected to receive a bachelor’s degree are Nicholas Tyler, a computer information systems and technology major from Brockport; Zachary A. Karenchak, a history-political science major, Kathryn Theresa Cherry, a sociology major, Rebecca Marie Mahoney, an English education 7-12 major, Alida I. Leslie, a hospitality management major, and Andrew James Leslie, a nursing major, all of Johnsonburg; Kaylee Rae Mitcheltree, an applied mathematics major from Kersey; John Michael Urmann III, a criminal justice major, Katherine M. Gerber, a human relations major, Meghan Gabrielle Rutigliano, a business management major, Chang Ping Jiang, a computer information systems and technology major, Shea Ann McKnight, an elementary education major, Kendall Klawuhn, a health and physical education major, Kelsey Klawuhn and Kara Lynn Morelli, both mathematics education 7-12 majors, and Megan L. Delhunty, a nursing major, all of Ridgway; Francis X. Straub IV, a history-political science major, Scott R. Neil and Kimberly Saline, both accounting majors, and Jessica R. Catalano, a nursing major, all from St. Marys; and Jesica E. Brendel, a hospitality management major from Wilcox.

            Students from Warren County expected to receive a bachelor’s degree are Christina Briggs, a business management and computer information systems and technology major from Bear Lake; Kayloni Leigh Smith, a broadcast communications major, and Harmonie J. Kibbey, an English and English education 7-12 major, both from Clarendon; Tawny Lee Crocker, a broadcast communications major, and Laura Lee Long, a sports medicine major, both from Pittsfield; Dane Kinsman, a history-political science major, Nichole Neall, a psychology major, and Kristina Lyn Fithian, a radiological science major, all from Russell; Kamie Laih, a human relations major, Ryan Michael Rizzardi, a public relations major, Kimberly Truhlik, an accounting major, Courtney M. Baughman, an athletic training major, Mitchell Ellsworth Boston, Samantha Jo Harris and Regina Marie Ransom, all business management majors, Matthew James Abplanalp, a chemistry major, Jason M. Halle, John David Lewis and Devin R. Ruhlman, all elementary education majors, Joshua Shepherd, a psychology major, and Ashley D. Zaffino, a sports medicine major, all from Warren; and Kevin James Blackwell, a criminal justice major, and Danielle Kenney, a sociology major, both from Youngsville.

            Students from Allegheny County expected to receive a bachelor’s degree are Stephen Michael Hornyak Jr., a history-political science major from Brentwood; Kevin M. Erdelack, a public relations major from Cheswick; Brigit Elizabeth Kelly, an environmental studies major, and Vaughn R. Maraccini, a sports medicine major, both from Imperial; Clarice D. Rutledge, a public relations and writing major from Monroeville; Maria Grace Costanza and Kaizhi Jason Chen, both public relations majors, Tyler P. Collins, a criminal justice major, Gavin Byrum, a psychology major, Sean Michael Eiszler, an accounting and business management major, Aaron Joseph Smigielski, a business management major, and Morgan Rhianna Locher, an athletic training major, all from Pittsburgh; Bradley C. Reed, an environmental studies major from Turtle Creek; John Bevan and Ashley Marie Cooper, both criminal justice majors from Wexford; Caitlin E. Jordan, a sports medicine major from Gibsonia; and Nicholas William Eckhardt, a mathematics education 7-12 major from Springdale.

            Students from Crawford County expected to receive a bachelor’s degree are Robbie Watson, a human relations major, and Aaron Bryant, a computer information systems and technology major, both from Centerville; Mathew P. Molke, a business management major from Conneaut Lake; Stephanie Nicole Vetterly, a chemistry major from Guys Mills; Cory Hochschild, a business management major from Linesville; Amanda Leigh Cribbs, a business management major, Paul Bourgeois, a computer information systems and technology major, and Jared Scott Olsen, a health and physical education major, all from Meadville; Todd Smith, a business management major from Saegertown; Heather Capela, an elementary education major from Spartansburg; and Patricia Klock, a human relations major, and Krysty Ann Bunce, Nathan M. Lytle, Kimberly Anne Salvatore, David T. Stewart and Tia Weagraff, all business management majors from Titusville.

            Other students from Pennsylvania expected to receive a bachelor’s degree are Kenneth Daniel Berkopec, a history-political science major from Mars; Lesley A. Bickford, a public relations major from Emporium; Joselynn Ann Hackman, an English and English education 7-12 major from Lehighton; Emily Maciag, a history-political science major from Landenberg; Brittany N. Thomas, a public relations and writing major from Parkesburg; Katherine Yeagle, a broadcast communications major from Newville; Carnell Lawson, a broadcast communications major from Trainer; Thomas Raymond Skelton, an economics major, and Jada Kelsey Swart, a social sciences and sociology major, both from Corry; Erika Louise Braeger, a broadcast communications major from Harborcreek; Erin Joy Lynn, an English major, and Kyle Allen Lewis, a history-political science major, both from North East;

Sarah Margaret Johnson, a biology major, and Ashley A. Bissell, a business management major, both from Erie; Seth Jacob Everett, an economics major from Marienville; Joseph John DeVito, an environmental studies major, Brittney Nicole Wagner, a sociology major, and Bethany Ann Beichner, a radiological science major, all from Tionesta; Ankush Verma, a biology major from Archbald; Tina Lee, an accounting major from Ephrata; Ashley M. Wenger, an athletic training major, Audrey J. Wenger, a radiological science major, and Lee T. Atkins, an English major, all from Lancaster; Scott J. Burton, a criminal justice major from Ellwood City; Matthew Ryan Houp, a history-political science major from Emmaus; Cassandra Jaillet, a sociology major from Grove City; Jasmine Rebecca Iddings, a broadcast communications major from Locust Gap; Sara Ann Gligora, a sociology major from Milton;

John R. Olearnick Jr., a history-political science major from Mount Carmel; John Garvin Jr., a criminal justice major, and Intisar E. Wilson, a biology major, both from Philadelphia; Desiree Lamer, a criminal justice major from Austin; Michael J. Spong, a radiological science major from Coudersport; Joanne Bokan, a social sciences major, and Scott Andrew Luce, a business management major, both from Genesee; Melinda Becker, a public relations major, and Shadow L. Kirkman, an accounting major, both from Roulette; Courtney Ann Shroyer, a human relations major from Berlin; Christie Lee Marcho, a human relations major from Clifford; Megan Elizabeth Hall, a radiological science major from Franklin; Matthew Lawrence Daugherty, a human relations major, and Karl Gesing, an elementary education major, both from Oil City; Christine Maria Presto, a business management major from Pleasantville;

David James Kunkle, a criminal justice major from Lower Burrell; Emily Lyon Angel, a social sciences major from Stewartstown; Mary Gross, a sports medicine major from Ford City; Rebecca Helen Carlson, an elementary education major from Kittanning; Kaylynne Piper, a psychology major from Sinking Spring; Brian C. Roberts, an athletic training major from New Albany; Jeremy C. Grove, a sport and recreation management major from Sayre; Thomas LaLicata, a business management major from Doylestown; Kyle E. Lange, a psychology major from Pipersville; Rahul Jangiti, a chemistry major from Quakertown; Charles Everett Holjencin, a biology and chemistry major from Emporium; Casey Jay Hoffman, a radiological science major from Frenchville; Kelly Lynel DeRolf, a biology major from Carlisle; Patrick Fegan, an applied mathematics and engineering science major from Harrisburg;

Avinash Shrikantia, a biology major from Hummelstown; Holly Harris, a biology major from Huntingdon; Tess L. Domaracki, an elementary education major from Indiana; Jill K. Northey, a health and physical education major from Brookville; Sara Jean McFadden, a radiological science major from Falls Creek; AnnaMarie DeFrank, a biology major, and Rebecca Alborn, a sports medicine major, both from New Castle; Ashley Marie DeLong, an accounting and business management major from Allentown; Cory Malantonio, a computer science major from Fogelsville; Thang Tran, a biology major from Northampton; Nicole Povilitus, a sport and recreation management major from Wilkes-Barre; John Donald Setzer, an accounting and business management major from Hughesville; Thomas Dekmar, a sport and recreation management major from Effort; Tracy Le, a biology major from Bethlehem;

Emily Lewellin, a business management and economics major from Northampton; and Chisé Catherine Diacik, a sports medicine major from Wind Gap; Kyle Robert Gleockler, a sport and recreation management major from Dushore; Amanda Kessler, a psychology and social sciences major from Millerton; Gabrielle Ann Stephens, a psychology major from Westfield; Sadler Wesley Rogers, a sports medicine major from Lewisburg; Joshua Wade Flowers, a chemistry and chemistry education 7-12 major, and Ashleigh Mae Permar Hauck, both of New Columbia; Sierra June Kelly, a psychology major from Claystown; Rebecca Marie Thorpe, a chemistry major from Lake Ariel; Elizabeth R. Dick, a psychology major from Latrobe; Ashley L. Seidenstricker, a sports medicine major from York; Kristine Nicole Zubler, a nursing major from Churchville; and Christopher Bruce Finke, a nursing major from Prospect.

Students from New York expected to receive a bachelor’s degree are, from Cattaraugus County, Charles Fitzpatrick, a criminal justice major from Ellicottville; Jennifer Crowley, a history-political science major, and Erika Jean Davis, an elementary education major, both from Great Valley; Kylie Alexa Luzier, a hospitality management major from Kill Buck; Ashley L. Andrews, a business management and computer information systems and technology major from Little Valley; Joshua Jay Brooks, a health and physical education major from Machias; Matthew R. Flick, a criminal justice major, Brody J. Childs, a history-political science major, Deborah Easley, a human relations major, Ryan Andrew Marzec, a business management major, Trisha Fridman, an elementary education major, Melissa Moore, a radiological science major, and Hannah E. Penman, a sport and recreation management major, all from Olean; Paul Anthony Wallace, an applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12 major from Portville; Emma A. Roosa, a human relations major, and Erica E. Adams, an elementary education major, both from Randolph; Marnie J. Lounsbury-Bill, a social sciences major from Salamanca; Jacob Lincoln Woodarek, a health and physical education major from Allegany; and Kyle N. Sutton, a sport and recreation management major from West Valley.

Other students from New York expected to receive a bachelor’s degree are Beverly A. Auerbach, a human relations major from Montgomery; Morgan Kinville, a sociology major from Fulton; Kyle J. Renwick, a public relations major from Mount Vernon; Mackenzie Miller, an English and writing major from Attica; Caitlin Maria Garcia Cutting, a hospitality management major from Fillmore; Megan Carpenter, an elementary education major from Wellsville; Margaret Elizabeth Dalton, a health and physical education major from Jamestown; Samantha R. Marsh, a biology major from Kennedy; Taylor Grey Lubi, a health and physical education major from Panama; Cameron Lee Lanich, a health and physical education major, and Michael Benjamin Teresi, a hospitality management major, both from Batavia; Sarah Bush, an elementary education major from Turin; Amanda Jean Pfeil, a business management and hospitality management major, and Jess Daniel Holtje, a sports medicine major, both from Lima; Kimberly G. Jackson, a biology major from Henrietta; and Alex VanDeusen, an athletic training major from Oneonta.

Other students expected to receive a bachelor’s degree are Javier Nicholas Patino, a history-political science major from Rio Rico, Ariz.; Marisha C. McCormick, a broadcast communications major from Naples, Fla.; Joshua Gray, a broadcast communications major from St. Charles, Ill.; Thomas Gibbons, an economics major from Basking Ridge, N.J.; Michael J. Morrison, a history-political science major from Plainfield, N.J.; John F. Palus, a broadcast communications major from Great Falls, Va.; Nuwangi Dias, a biology major from Kanata, Ont., Canada; Marco Manansala Dominguez, a sports medicine major from Norwalk, Calif.; Kristin Fiore, a biology major from Trabuco Canyon, Calif.; Amirah Naja Sabir, a sports medicine major, and Alicia J. Hooks, a business management major, both from Washington, D.C.; Donald Chester Cox, a sport and recreation management major from Bear, Del.; Clay Halpin, a business management major from Key West, Fla.; Ahmed Shalom Hooper Jr., a sport and recreation management major from Baltimore, Md.; Stephanie Pico Anzola, an accounting and business management major from Brandywine, Md.; Christina Marie McClarren, a psychology major from Ocean City, Md.; Jasmine Alexandria Grace McEwen, a psychology major from Lawrenceville, N.J.; Joseph F. Kelly, a computer information systems and technology major from Cleveland Heights, Ohio; Roland B. Cross III, a computer information systems and technology major from South Euclid, Ohio; and Jordan Matthew Wilhite, a business management major from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.

In addition to the students who will receive degrees, a posthumous bachelor’s degree in broadcast communications will be awarded to Natasha Mattis, formerly of Kane, who died in November.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

May 4th Used Book Sale


Tire Studs Are Duds

4th Annual DEA National Take Back Day, A Step In The Right Direction

Its time again for the DEA national Take Back Day. 

This will be the 4th Annual DEA National Take Back Day which gives the public the opportunity to surrender any expired, unwanted, or unused pharmaceutical controlled substances to law enforcement officers for destruction.


The Pennsylvania State Police Station at Emporium is designated as a collection site. Drop off hours will be Saturday, April 28th, from 10 AM to 2 PM. Remember just a short drive can help prevent the misuse and sale of illegal pharmaceutical narcotics.

Driving While Dumb

Emporium State Police came in contact with Terry Lee Leightley 58,of Hunts Run Road Emporium PA on April 22nd at appoximately 9:00 pm in the area of Tannery Heights Road of Shippen Township, Cameron County PA. He was operating a motor vehicle a 2001 Ford Explorer and it was determined that he was under the influence of alcohol.


He was subsequently placed under arrest for DUI by Trooper Chris Bock, investigation remains open.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

4-24 coudy theatre

Monday, April 23, 2012

5-11 Dance And Ice Cream Social Roulette Fire Hall

Thursday, April 19, 2012

May 12 Comprehensive Blood Analysis

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Highlight Post & Save Before Printing Form

Monday, April 16, 2012

Coudy theatre 4-17

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

4-14 Annual Potter County Fair Chicken BBQ

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

4-13 Dare To Be Square

5-5 Spring Craft Show Elkland Fire Hall

4-28 DYNAMITE OV Vocal Adrenaline

coudy theatre 4-10




Sunday, April 8, 2012

4-22 Lucas Family Will Appear At First Church Of God


Thursday, April 5, 2012

kCasino Bus Trip

4-18 Free Symposium


Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Gun Incident In Olean Leads To Arrest In Coudersport & Port Allegany Burglaries

Police Chase After Gun Incident
 Leads To Burglary Arrests
By James Jones
Solomon's words

A BOLO, after a report of shots fired at Country Fair, from the Olean Police Department to all area police agencies last Saturday night and a resulting police pursuit through Portville to the Pennsylvania state line, resulted in the arrest of a Coudersport man for a burglary spree in Port Allegany and Coudersport. 

Port Allegany Officer Adam Dickerson spotted the vehicle matching the Olean PD's description in Port Allegany and followed it eastward on Route 6, calling ahead to Potter County law enforcement. That resulted in a 19 year old Coudersport resident and a 16 year old unnamed juvenile who accompanied him, surrendering to police at the Coudersport Borough Police Department.

Aaron David Trowbridge, 19, of Coudersport, PA, was arraigned before District Judge Richard Engman in McKean County where he was charged with three burglaries in Port Allegany. He remains jailed in lieu of $25,000.00 bail at the McKean County Jail, facing charges for the burglaries at Abbott's Barber Shop, Port Allegany Moose Lodge, and Johnston's Tools that occurred on March 29th in the area of 2:00 AM. Cash and two handguns were stolen at those locations.

Trowbridge has also been charged in District Court in Potter County with three burglaries in Coudersport at Seal's Pro Home Center, Buchsen's Car Wash, and the Coudersport Public Library, where in addition to burglary, a motor vehicle was stolen and driven onto the flood control dike where it got stuck.

Olean Police who received a 911 report of  a man pointing a gun at another person, attempted to stop the blue pickup truck that Trowbridge was driving, but Trowbridge sped away on Route 417 through Portville and down Route 305 past the state line. Olean Police abandoned the pursuit at the state line and issued a BOLO for Pennsylvania police agencies with a description of the truck and it's license number.. 

Trowbridge is facing charges in NY to include Reckless Driving and 6 other traffic violations according to a report published on WESB's website today.

Officer Dickerson of the Port Allegany Police Department spotted the vehicle described in the BOLO driving through Port Allegany and followed it toward Coudersport, calling ahead to get backup before attempting to stop the vehicle.  Dickerson was near the county line when he was advised to follow the vehicle non-emergency.  

Sergeant Jim Collins, of the Coudersport Police Department, had made contact with Trowbridge by cell phone and arrangements had been made for Trowbridge and the unnamed 16 year old juvenile who accompanied him, to turn themselves in at the Coudersport Boro Police Station where Coudersport and Sweden Valley officers were waiting. Sweden Valley Police also assisted Coudersport Police on Tuesday with a search warrant of an apartment in connection with the burglaries.

The PCO at the Coudersport State Police barracks did not know if State Police were involved in the arrest.

 In the Port Allegany burglaries, Officer Dickerson wrote in his Affidavitt of Probable Cause, filed in District Judge William Todd's court, that in the area of  2:00 am on March 29, 2012, the named defendant, Aaron Trowbridge, 19, of Coudersport, along with a 16 year old unnamed male juvenile male, also from Coudersport, went on a crime spree, burglarizing three separate businesses  in the Port Allegany Borough in McKean County.


The first business was Abbott's Barber Shop, located on North Main Street. The actors broke out a side window at the business in which the two entered. Money in paper and change was taken. Approximately $25.00 and an undetermined amount of antique change currency were removed.


After leaving the Barber Shop, the two proceeded in a southerly direction to the Moose Lodge on Pearl Street where they broke a front window and entered the Lodge, where they destroyed a video camera surveillance system and took several Slim Jim meat sticks.


They then walked to Johnston's Hardware on South Main Street where they broke a window at the rear of the business and entered the building.


Once inside, they removed without permission, two coin sacks containing roughly $120.00 worth of quarters and roughly $1,000.00 in paper currency.


Also taken at Johnston's was a 40 caliber high point handgun and a 9mm handgun.


An alarm sounded and the pair left out the back door and proceeded to their truck which was parked on Arnold Avenue.


Trowbridge is facing the charges below in District Court 48-3-02 for the Port Allegany incidents:
Police did not list the charges against the juvenile.


In an affidavit filed Monday, along with charges in District  Judge Annette Easton's courtroom, Coudersport Officer Curt McClain described the events that took place in the Coudersport burglaries. 

On March 29th, 2012 at approximately 8:00 am, Coudersport Boro Police were notified that three burglaries had taken place within the boro sometime between midnight and 5:00 am. Aaron Trowbridge, along with a known male juvenile, had committed all three burglaries.

Seal's Pro Home Center, at 262 Route 6 West, was entered first by the actors smashing a window in a rear door with a hammer that they left at the scene. 

Once inside, the put on gloves from a display inside the store, then breaking open several desk drawers in the office, removing $75.00 in one dollar bills and $25.00 in rolled coins.

Also taken from the store, to be used at other locations, were a Roto-Zip Multi Tool with storage bag, a Stanley Fat Max utility bar, 2 Stanley pry bars, a Vaughn masonry hammer, a set of 3 Stanley wood chisels, a Fuller 24 inch bolt cutter, a True Temper splitting maul, 4 pairs of gloves, 2 pair of DeWalt safety glasses, a Mini Mag flashlight, a Sheffield utility knife, and several sets of keys.


The actors then drove to Buchsen's Car Wash located at 91 Route 6 West where they smashed open the back door to the car wash and attempted to break open the coin changer. They did not get any money, but did destroy the coin changer and cause other damage including a security camera.


They then drove to the Potter-Tioga Library located at 502 Park Avenue where they broke a window to gain entry to the building. Once inside, they removed approximately $40.00 in cash , a Canon Digital Camera, a metal cash box, a Chase Mastercard and several sets of keys, including a key to the Library's Jeep Liberty. They then entered the Jeep and drove it into Mitchell Park and onto the flood control dike where it became stuck.


Officer McClain continued, On March 30, 2012, most of the tools taken from Seal's were recovered by the Pennsylvania State Police along a secluded road in the area of Roulette, PA.


Also found at the scene were 4 Money Vault scratch off lottery tickets. The tickets were numbered 029, 030, 032, and 033. The Sheetz store in Coudersport  was contacted to see if these tickets were sold there. Employees at the store confirmed that they were bought at the store at 2:10 am on March 29, 2012. Video footage was viewed and it showed that the tickets were bought by Aaron Trowbridge.

On March 31st, 2012 or early April 1st, 2012, Aaron Trowbridge and the known male juvenile were in high speed chase with Olean, NY, Police Department from Olean to the New York/Pennsylvania state line. Contact was made via cell phone with Trowbridge by Sgt. Jim Collins of the Coudersport Police Department and the actors agreed to turn themselves in to the Coudersport Police Department.

Written statements were given to this police department on April 1, 2012 describing and admitting to all incidents. 


The following charges have been filed in Potter County District Court 55-3-01. Trowbridge has not yet been arraigned on these charges from the Coudersport incidents.




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