State Police have arrested a Huntingdon County man for sexually abusing a young girl. Authorities say 28-year-old Dustin Wilson of James Creek has been charged with felony aggravated indecent assault of a child, and sexual contact or communication with a minor, along with several misdemeanors related to indecent assault. Wilson is accused of sexually abusing the girl beginning when she was about three-years-old. The victim, who is now ten, came forward to police with her mother on November 30th. Wilson reportedly asked for nude pictures to be sent to him through text messages.
Work continues this week on the Route 322 – Potters Mills Gap project. Eastbound traffic uses the new local access road (Route 2015) east of Potters Mills for one mile before using a crossover to return to existing Route 322. Westbound traffic no longer uses the crossover, and is now routed onto the new local access road (Route 2015), east of the intersection of Routes 322 and 144. Motorists are reminded that passing is not permitted when traveling through the work zone. If you are convicted of a passing violation in an active work zone, you face a $50 fine and three points on your driver’s license.