Pennsylvania Tyrone Daily Herald in Tyrone, Pennsylvania 15 Apr 2011
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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 2011, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
4 in sp9f1s shutout see Page 9 the Best in local news amp sports vtl145-nt.1ioprtllay.liirfl1i.2ini 50 cents Tyrone Man charged with rape sexual assault of a minor by Amanda Golden editor a 20-year-old Tyrone Man was charged with rape unlawful Contact with a minor statutory sexual assault sexual assault corruption of minors and other felony sexual assault related charges. Aaron Dewey Summers jr., of 1405 Lincoln Avenue Tyrone was arrested and arraigned before magisterial District judge Fred Miller yesterday morning. The defendant is accused of having sex with a 13-year-old girl at an abandoned garage located on South Logan Avenue in Tyrone Borough. The complaint against Summers states he went with the teen to the vacant building where they were kissing. She told police they had been Quot dating Quot and they Quot had sex Quot. The victim said she told Summers Quot no Quot but he then forced himself on her. The defendant was unable to Post bail and a preliminary hearing is slated for tuesday in Tyrone. Tyrone police chief John Romeo said Summers is a possible suspect in another similar Case. Charges have not been filed for that incident at this time. Spring cleanup in Antis Megan Molnar staff writer with this Winter seemingly never ending and residents Are weary to say Quot Spring has sprung Quot but with temperatures rising and Snow flurries turning to rain showers it might be Safe to assume that warmers Days Are Here to stay. Warmer weather does t come without a Price however with locals scrambling to prepare their Lawn for the summer months. Pulling weeds cleaning debris and raking leaves hiding beneath a pile a Snow for the past several months is a daunting tasks but Antis township has a few guidelines to hopefully make your Spring cleanup run More smoothly. The township asks that All residents remember to sweep or Rake up All leaves litter grass clippings and Yard debris from township roads to prevent flooding of township roads due to clogged storm drains. The township will be conducting an annual limb collection this Spring for debris that has naturally fallen Over the Winter season. This collection will be happening in May with the approximate schedule of monday for Bellemeade and pin Croft wednesday for Tipton and Friday for Bell Wood area and Riggles Gap. For All residents who wish to take advantage of this debris pickup there Are a few guidelines that must be met. Residents Are asked to leave the limbs As Long As possible preferably five to eight feet in length. Nothing Over four inches in diameter will be accepted As anything larger will not fit in the Chipper. Branches should be placed along the Roadside in an orderly pile with the trunk ends facing toward the Road. Please note that tree stumps billets and branches with thorns will not be collected. In order to continue to offer this service to residents the township asks that you do not Call the township office regarding collections continued on Page 2 inside today classified.13 horcopes.10 comics.12 Community.6 hints from heloise.10 crossword.10 cryptoquote.10 sports.7-8-9 going to the circus the second graders of Tyrone area elementary school travelled to the Jaffa shrine on wednesday april 13 to see the 70th annual Jaffa shrine circus. Fro left to right students Michael Buck Kay a Thomas Colby Reed Brandon Lucas Jacob Taylor and Kendall Markley with shrines Bill Gilliland Robert Fink and Dick Chronister the daily Herald Megan Molnar Taco now accepting award nominations by Amanda Golden editor thursday May 5 is the deadline for the Tyrone area Community organization s Quot Boss of the year Quot Quot distinguished service Quot and Quot humanitarian Quot award nominations. If you want to nominate someone now is the time to do it. Criteria for Quot Boss of the year Quot is Plain and simple. Individuals should nominate the Boss they feel treats his or her employees with respect and gratitude. Other qualities from a potential Quot Boss of the year Quot include someone who is easy to talk to or work alongside. Individuals can show his or her Boss what they really think of him or her by nominating them for Quot Boss of the year Quot. Also the Quot distinguished service award Quot is just that someone who has done a service a service for their Community neighbor family or Friend or for a group of people. Everyone knows someone who helps others just because the need is there or just because they Are a very special person. Send nomination letters for awards to continued on Page 2
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