LOCAL NEWS | NOVEMBER 28, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | NOVEMBER 28, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | NOVEMBER 28, 2018

A Perry County man faces criminal charges after failing to comply with Megan’s Law.  State Police at Newport charged Donald Lee Ackley after an investigation revealed he was living in Wheatfield Township.  The State Police Megan’s Law Unit contacted the Newport barracks on October 15th.   Ackley was charged through District Court.

 

Pfizer Consumer Healthcare is voluntarily recalling six lots of ThermaCare® HeatWrap. The wraps from certain lots have a potential to leak ingredients that are contained in the heat cell.  The use of a leaking or damaged wrap could cause skin injuries such as burns and blisters, and could cause skin irritation on the applied area. The product label warns not to use the product if heat cell contents leak, or if the wrap is damaged.  The lots were distributed nationwide to retailers, wholesalers and distributors in the United States between September, 2017 and August, 2018.

 

Authorities are searching for the person who took nearly $600 worth of merchandise from the Walmart SuperCenter in Huntingdon.  According to State Police, on November 17th, the suspect left the Walmart store on Towne Center Boulevard in Smithfield Township with $596 worth of electronics without paying.  The suspect fled the scene in a red Buick sedan.

 

 

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