A Greensburg chiropractor and fitness center operator charged with inappropriately touching a female client and harassing another woman has been accused by two teenage girls of groping and harassing them while receiving chiropractic treatments, according to court documents.
Moses M. Jevicky, 36, was charged by Westmoreland County Detective Nicholas Caesar with two counts each of harassment, indecent assault and indecent assault on a person under the age of 16 in connection with the alleged incidents that occurred on multiple occasion since 2015.
A busy section of Route 30, the Lincoln Highway, between Skellytown Road and Colonial Manor Road in North Huntington was shut down to traffic in both directions for several hours Thursday night after a fatal crash.
They have identified the victim as 57-year-old Michael Iannace of North Huntingdon. He was driving the 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee involved in the crash, and had a passenger with him.
Iannace died at the scene. His passenger went to the hospital with serious injuries.
According to officials, a Hyundai Elantra, headed east, hit a Jeep Wrangler Sport while moving into the left lane, the Jeep Wrangler ended up in the westbound lanes where it it the victim’s Jeep Grand Cherokee head-on.
A Philadelphia man’s freedom from the Westmoreland County Prison on Tuesday was short-lived.
Moments after Thomas Lee Williams, 36, was released from the Hempfield jail at about 6:15 p.m., police said he attacked a West Leechburg woman in the parking lot, took her sport-utility vehicle and fled with her 1-year-old grandson in the back seat.
Williams crashed 2 miles away in Youngwood about 15 minutes later, ran into a wooded area and was eventually apprehended, according to county Park Police Chief Kirk Nolan.
Williams was back behind bars Wednesday on $250,000 bail.
A Greensburg woman punched a state trooper at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport after driving past a security gate onto the airfield and telling the trooper she was an FBI agent, according to court documents.
Dakota J. Jones, 24, was arraigned before District Judge Michael Mahady on charges of aggravated assault, impersonating a police officer, harassment and driving without a license. She was ordered held in the Westmoreland County Prison after failing to post $5,000 bail.
Investigators said the attempted burglary happened sometime between Thursday evening and early Friday morning. A window was shattered in the rear of the building at the intersection of North Main and Cabin Hill Drive.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 724-834-3800.