Police Arrest Man After He Allegedly Fires Rounds From A Shotgun At Person’s Residence – CBS Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania State Police arrested a man in Lawrence County after he allegedly fired two rounds from a shotgun at a person’s home.

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Christopher Rodgers, 40, of Volant, Pennsylvania is now facing multiple charges.

The incident is one of reportedly many disturbances in the area police are attributing to Rodgers.

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Police accuse Rodgers of setting off fireworks and making loud noises in the past, requiring police to show up four times in the last 10 days.

On Saturday, police cited Rodgers for summary disorderly conduct and harassment in relation to the prior incidents.

State Police returned Sunday for the alleged shotgun incident to arrest Rodgers, who is now facing charges of Recklessly Endangering Another Person and Disorderly Conduct.

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He is currently in the Lawrence County Jail.

Source: Police Arrest Man After He Allegedly Fires Rounds From A Shotgun At Person’s Residence – CBS Pittsburgh

Drug bust in New Castle reveals large amount of cocaine and heroin | WKBN.com

NEW CASTLE, Pa. (WKBN) – Charges are pending after police found a large amount of drugs and cash inside a New Castle home on Monday.

The Lawrence County District Attorney’s Office along with several law enforcement agencies served a search warrant at a home on Park Avenue.

During the search, officers found nearly 300 grams of cocaine, 68 grams of heroin and 57 grams of crack cocaine.

They also found several firearms and $27,000 in cash.

Source: Drug bust in New Castle reveals large amount of cocaine and heroin | WKBN.com

Lawrence County Action Group Announces Get-Out-The-Vote Rally – Ellwood City, PA news

Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 24th for a series of Lawrence County Blue Splash rallies.

The Lawrence County Action is hosting a day of Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) rallies in Ellwood City & New Castle. The event is set to begin on Saturday at noon and last until 5:00 p.m.  Space is plenty for social distancing and masks will be required to enter and can be provided to attendees.

The day of rallies starts in Ewing Park in Ellwood City for a ‘Splash at Ewing’ rally that will include music with introductions of local leaders, recorded speeches from Joe Biden, and others from Angela Valvano. Materials will be provided for supporters and important election day information will be provided. A ‘Ridin’ with Biden caravan will leave Ewing Park and travel throughout Lawrence County.

At 2:00 p.m., a ‘Revved Up at the Riverwalk’ rally is planned in Downtown New Castle with important up-to-date information and marketing items to help GOTV. The caravan of decorated vehicles is expected to arrive at the Riverwalk. The rally event, scheduled to last until 4:00 p.m., will offer music, face painting, photo ops, and speakers from local, state and national levels with Lawrence County Commissioner Loretta Spielvogel making introductions.

At 4:00 p.m., a third and final rally will take place at the Street of Lawrence County as the ‘Ridin’ With Biden’ caravan will continue throughout the street of downtown New Castle. Attendees will be asked to look for the lead truck and line the streets, while social distancing, to enjoy the decorated caravan as it concludes its journey through Lawrence County.

For more details and discussion on this planned event, please visit the Lawrence County Action Facebook.com EVENT PAGE

Source: Lawrence County Action Group Announces Get-Out-The-Vote Rally – Ellwood City, PA news

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