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State Police Search for Suspect in Stabbing

Saturday, May 12th, 2012
 

HAWK RUN - Clearfield-based State Police are looking for the man who stabbed another earlier this morning in Decatur Township, Clearfield County. The incident occurred just after midnight when a man, in his early 20's, became confrontational with patrons of Sutton's Bar in Hawk Run. A 52 year old man from Hawk Run engaged the suspect outside the bar and was stabbed in the head with a knife. A woman from Philipsburg was also injured in an attempt to stop the fight. The suspect fled the scene with two others prior to police arriving. He is described as a white male in his early 20's, roughly 6 feet tall, 200 pounds with light colored hair cut in a Mohawk, possibly named "Vito" but answering to the nickname "Bulldog". Anyone with information should contact police.


83 Year Old Home City Man Accused of Rape
Saturday, May 12th, 2012

HOMER CITY - A Homer City man and wife have been arrested in connection to a rape. State police say 83-year-old Ralph Duncan allegedly sexually assaulted a girl who was 13 years old in May of 2009.  The assaults escalated to rape in the spring of 2011 until the girl was able to disclose the incidents to a friend via the internet and Facebook.  The friend reported the concern to state police who conducted a welfare check on the girl.  Duncanís wife, 34-year-old Katherine Duncan, allegedly knew about the incidents and aided her husband in committing them.

The incidents happened at a home in Brush Valley, Indiana County.


A Winburne Teen Charged With Statutory Sexual Assault

Saturday, May 12th, 2012


WINBURNE - A 17 year-old from Winburne is being investigated for statutory sexual assault in Cooper Township, Clearfield County.  State police report a 13 year-old girl from Grassflat had consensual sex with a known 17-year-old from Winburne. An investigation continues.

Two in Sandusky Case Argue Charges Should be Dismissed

Saturday, May 12th, 2012


BELLFONTE - Two Penn State administrators trying to get their charges thrown out may be helped by a decision from the judge in Jerry Sandusky's child sexual-abuse case to change the date of an alleged attack on a boy in the Penn State football team showers.   Attorneys for Gary Schultz and Tim Curley argue that the new date of the incident involving "Victim 2" means the statute of limitations expired by the time they were charged with failure to report suspected child abuse in November . Prosecutors had said the shower incident occurred in 2002, but on Tuesday the judge agreed to amend the offense date to February of 2001--- more than 10 years before Schultz and Curley were charged. The issue doesn't affect the other charges they face for allegedly lying to a grand jury.
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