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Date: October 17, 2017

  • Derry council to consider new kennel service provider
  • Police nab couple accused of forcing boy to provide urine to pass drug tests
  • Latrobe man jailed after allegedly entering home, threatening man
  • Lady Wildcats' Stas, Kemerer reach section doubles' final
  • GL's Pevarnik just misses making cut for state golf tournament



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Derry council to consider new kennel service provider
By Nick Cammuso
Bulletin Staff Writer

Derry Borough Council is considering another option for its annual animal control service contact.

Dawn Welsher, owner of Sable Kennel in McKeesport, provided council with details about her animal rescue business at Monday’s regular meeting.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

Police nab couple accused of forcing boy to provide urine to pass drug tests
State police have apprehended a Greensburg couple wanted on charges of child endangerment and other charges Monday in Unity Township.

According to police, troopers took Robert Paul Geschke, 30, and Jennifer Eliza Thompson, 30, into custody around 2 p.m. Monday after a traffic stop near 531 New Alexandria Road, Unity Township.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)
Latrobe man jailed after allegedly entering home, threatening man
BY GREG REINBOLD
Bulletin Staff Writer


A Latrobe man who served prison time for his role as part of a group that in 2010 attacked a man with a claw hammer is in Westmoreland County Prison accused of breaking into a Latrobe home and pulling a knife on a friend he suspected of having a romantic relationship with his girlfriend.

Latrobe police charged Brian Mark Lehman Jr., 26, with burglary, terroristic threats, simple assault and criminal mischief after an alleged incident Sunday evening on Jefferson Street in Latrobe.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

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