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CARROLL TOWNSHIP, Pa. – A woman is now sitting in jail, after admitting to intentionally giving her step-daughter marijuana gummies.
Police say Lisa Recaldini confessed to giving the 14-year-old about 10 THC gummies straight from the package.
Once at school, she was bragging and gave two gummies to a classmate.
The gummies were confiscated and sent to the state police crime lab where they tested positive for THC.
More than 50 total felony charges were filed against these 14 suspects:
Christopher Adams, 34, New Florence
Freddie Barker, 46, Vintondale
Chad Cahill, 36, Armagh
Derek Colberg, 30, Marion Center
Andrew Elliott, 29, Homer City
Amy Hillegas, 36, Seward
Amanda Malloy, 31, Robinson
Melvin McCloskey, 57, Homer City
William Meagher, 45, Homer City
Christie Ray, 46, New Florence
Christopher Ray, 40, New Florence
Tammy Ressler, 42, Vintondale
Charles Waddell Jr., 51, Armagh
State police said it can be easy to spot if someone is purchasing the ingredients needed to make methamphetamine. Police continue to urge anyone with information to take advantage of the state’s anonymous drug tip line by calling 1-877-PA-NODRUGS.
Ascena Retail Group said Monday it’s winding down its Dressbarn business and plans to shut all 650 or so of the women’s clothing stores in order to focus on its more profitable brands.
Ascena, which also owns apparel chains Ann Taylor and Loft, said the decision wasn’t an easy one. But the “Dressbarn chain has not been operating at an acceptable level of profitability in today’s retail environment,” Dressbarn CFO Steven Taylor said in a press release.
Hepatitis A is a liver infection, caused by the virus and it spreads from person-to-person after someone puts something in their mouth that has been contaminated with the fecal matter of a person infected with the virus.
People at risk for contracting the virus are:
- A person that has encountered a person with hepatitis A
- People who use intravenous drugs
- Men that have sex with other men
Symptoms are mild and can last several weeks. More severe infections could last several months and many people infected do not experience any symptoms.
zon ()-owned company announced Monday that will stop offering plastic straws across all of its 500 stores in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. Whole Foods claims it’s the first national grocery chain to make the environmentally friendly move.The company currently offers plastic straws to customers at its juice and coffee bars, as well at its cafes. It will start offering paper straws beginning in July. Plastic straws will still be available for customers with disabilities, upon request.Whole Foods will also reduce its plastic usage in other parts of the store. It will also offer smaller plastic bags in the produce department and will start using new bags for its rotisserie chickens that use 70% less plastic than the hard plastic cases they will replace.
After eight seasons of watching Game of Thrones, last night’s series finale left many thirsting for resolution. Including some cast members.
The goof occurs about halfway through the episode in a scene where Peter Dinklage’s crafty imp Tyrion Lannister makes a case for the future of Westeros, some eagle-eyed viewers spotted not one but two plastic water bottles. The first was spotted at 46:19 minutes into the episode, behind the foot of one Samwell Tarly.
Fox Business: Ford sees twisting road ahead, cuts 7K white-collar jobs.
The lists, first reported on Friday by Military.com, were uncovered through a Freedom of Information Act request.
The 74-page investigative report reveals two lists – one with Yelp-like star ratings on the women and another containing “lewd and sexist comments” beside each woman’s name, according to Military.com.
In February 2018, the guided-missile submarine USS Florida became the second to integrate female members.
The misconduct came to light four months later, when two sailors aboard the Florida brought the lists to a superior officer, reporting that they were stored on an internal computer network and updated regularly, Military.com reported.