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					8 • News                                                                         Endeavor News                                                          Saturday, October 16, 2010


Police investigate shooting, car-bicycle crash
  State police from the Em-     He was flown by medical           charged with driving under        pickup truck being driven
porium barracks continue        helicopter to Sayre due to       the influence of alcohol,          by Dennis L. Moshier, 39,
to investigate an incident      potential head injuries and      resisting arrest and related      of Hinsdale, N.Y. Both
that was reported last Friday   fractures.                       counts following an incident      operators and a passenger in
shortly after 1 am. Accord-        According to troopers,        shortly before 8 pm Sunday.       Moshier’s truck were wear-
ing to police, two employ-      Elliott was westbound along        Gary R. Fessenden, 69,          ing seat belts and there were
ees of the GKN Plant 1 in       the highway at the intersec-     was pulled over by police         no injuries.
Emporium were outside of        tion of Olmstead Road when       while driving on Rt. 6 in
the building on break when      his bike was struck by a car     Roulette Township.                  Camp burglary
someone riding in an east-      being driven by Tommie                                               Another burglary at a sea-
bound vehicle on Rt. 120        A. Watkins, 67, of Helena,         Generator stolen                sonal residence on Wykoff
fired multiple shots from a      Ohio, who was also travel-         State police at Emporium        Run Road in Gibson Town-
firearm.                         ing westbound.                   are investigating a burglary      ship is being investigated by
  Police did find evidence          Elliott was ejected from      at Johnson Run Camp-              state police from Emporium.
that the shots were fired, but   the bike onto the hood of        ground in Gibson Township,          Frank A. Wolfe of North
said they had no evidence to    the car and fell off, striking   Cameron County.                   Huntingdon told police
suggest that the employees      the roadway. He suffered           Someone broke into a            someone forcibly entered his
or the building were intend-    multiple abrasions and was       shed located on a site leased     camp and removed numer-
ed targets. The eyewitnesses    treated at the scene by Cou-     by Christopher H. Engel of        ous items, including hand-
said the shots appeared to      dersport Ambulance person-       Mill Hall and stole a genera-     gun ammunition.
come from the right front       nel and a paramedic.             tor. The cost of the generator
passenger’s seat.                                                and damages to the property         Drug charges filed
                                  Fled from police               are estimated at $220.              A Coudersport area
  Bicyclist struck                State police at Denton Hill                                      woman has been charged by
  A Coudersport teenager        are filing charges against Jo-      Two-vehicle collision           state police with possession
was held overnight at Robert    seph Spader III of Roulette        A Coudersport man was           of a controlled substance
Packer Memorial Hospi-          for failing to stop as officers   cited for speeding and a          and paraphernalia.
tal in Sayre after he was       attempted to pull him over       related charge following            Acting on a report from
struck by a car while riding    for a traffic check on Rt. 6.     a two-vehicle collision at        the Potter County Probation
a bicycle on Rt. 6, west of       Officers say Spader fled         11:30 pm on Sept. 29 in He-       Department, state police
Coudersport in the village of   on Main Street through Rou-      bron Township on Rt. 44.          filed charges against Mi-
Olmstead.                       lette, parked and exited the       State police said 21-year-      chelle Nelson, 32, of Eulalia
  Benjamin J. Elliott, 19,      vehicle, and fled on foot.        old Robert L. Harpur took         Township as a result of an
escaped serious injury in                                        a curve too widely while          incident that took place on
a collision that could have          DUI, other charges          driving south and his vehicle     the afternoon of Sept. 22.
been tragic, police said.            A Roulette man has been     collided with a northbound


                                                                                                                                         Potter County Showstoppers 4H Club recent-
                                                                                                    Kids from Northern Tier              ly elected officers for the new membership
                                                                                                    Community Action Corp.               year including, Summer Lauber, scrapbook;
                                                                                                    Head Start enjoyed a trip            Rachel Eller, treasurer; Heather Supplee, sec-
                                                                                                    to Mason’s Farm, where               retary; Bryan Supplee, activity coordinator;
                                                                                                    they saw cows, enjoyed               Jenna Gabreski, vice president; Allyson El-
                                                                                                    a hay ride and picked                liott, president; and Madison Smith, news re-
                                                                                                    out a pumpkin. Organiz-              porter. Group leaders continue to be Rose
                                                                                                    ers expressed their appre-           Hershey and Sheila Gabreski. During the re-
                                                                                                    ciation to the Mason fam-            cent County-Wide Fall Harvest Awards Cer-
                                                                                                    ily for accommodating.               emony, winners included Heather Supplee,
                                                                                                    Shown are Jason Doud,                Green Merit Award; Garrett Lauber, Spirit
                                                                                                    Ivon Nichols, Karlee Reid,           Award; and Madison Smith, Best Scrapbook.
                                                                                                    Kiersten Uber, Mackenzie             Also recognized were Rachel Eller, for par-
                                                                                                    Uber, Clayton Geist, Kier-           ticipation in the Farm Safety Quiz Bowl, State
                                                                                                    styn Smith, Nevaeh Foley,            Horse Show, as a camp counselor, and for
                                                                                                    Navaeh Spaeth, Kristin               her State Farm Show 4H booth; Jenna Ga-
                                                                                                    Quinn, Suzy Haynes, Sabi-            breski, for participation in the Farm Safety
                                                                                                    na Hoffower, Cole Szuba,             Quiz Bowl and the State Horse Show; Bryan
                                                                                                    Alexis Quinn, Emilie Rich-           Supplee and Heather Supplee, Farm Safety
                                                                                                    ardson and Kitara Lapolt.            Quiz Bowl; and Hailey Brown and Megan Sis-
                                                                                                                                         ka, State Horse Show.


                                                                 Pheasant hunt for seniors planned
                                                                   A senior pheasant hunt is being organized for the week of Oct. 25
                                                                 in Cameron County. Persons ages 70 and older are eligible for the
                                                                 event, which will be held at the Russell Andrews farm on Nickler
                                                                                                                                       Senior Center bingo Sunday
                                                                 Road. Dog handlers and dogs are being recruited for hunting.            A fund-raising bingo game will be held on Sunday from
                                                                   All eligible seniors are asked to contact the Emporium Water        1:30 to 4:30 pm at the Emporium Senior Center. Refresh-
                                                                 Company at 486-3363 to register and for additional information.       ments will be available and the game is open to all.




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