BACKYARD BROADCASTING LOCAL NEWS JULY 11TH, 2020

DUNNSTOWN FIRE COMPANY CONTINUES FUNDRAISING, DESPITE CANCELLATION.

After river fest was canceled this year in Lock Haven, Dunnstown fire company is still going on with a tamed down version of the summer festival to keep up the fundraising for the fire department there,  According to Mike Setzer, of the Fire company (put his title in here)  they will still hold a modified event and  duck derby fundraiser – just  no floating the ducks this year, The festival begins today at 11 and continues into the evening with the duck derby drawing at 5pm today for $100 grand prize and several lesser prizes. Acccoring to Mike Setzer they decided to hold a modified carnival so that they could get in a little fund raising this year.

BUFFALO WILD WINGS SHOOTING

A shooting at a buffalo Wild Wings in Monroe Township was recently dealt with by law enforcement. A suspect whose name has not been released as of yet has been taken into custody. 2 victims, 46 year old Heather Campbell of Trevorton, and 52 year old Matthew Bowersox of Mifflinburg, have been pronounced dead at the scene. It is unknown if there are more victims at this time. Media outlets say that police arrested the suspect at the restaurant and released a statement stating that thankfully “the danger never left the parking lot.” At this time, the District Attorney of Snyder County says that it is to early to determine if charges will be filed.

STANDOFF PEACEFULLY ENDED BY STATE POLICE

Last Wednesday Justin Winnie, a 29 year old man from Rutland township, was engaged in a stand-off with police. He had made a call to his father several hours before the incident threatening to harm himself and others if he had to. Police soon established a parameter where the standoff took place for 4 hours. At 10:39 PM state police were successful in getting Justin to stand down and surrender himself peacefully. He was arraigned in Mansfield by District Magistrate Tiffany Cummings, where he  was denied bail because of the danger he posed to both himself and others. He is currently being held at a Wellsboro correctional facility.

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT HIGH SPEED PURSUIT

Shiloh Flanigan, a 21 year old male of 16 Water St has recently been charged with felony fleeing and reckless endangering amoung other related offenses after a 15 mile high speed pursuit. Police began the pursuit in South Williamsport chasing him all the way to main street in Salladasburg where Flanigan crashed in the corner of a home at 8:35 pm. An ambulance transported him to UPMC for a medical evaluation after the crash. After being discharged he was arraigned by District judge Christian Frey and committed to Lycoming county prison with a bail of $150,000 dollars.

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