LOCAL NEWS | OCTOBER 22, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | OCTOBER 22, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | OCTOBER 22, 2019

The Mifflin County Regional Police Department completed three hundred, fourteen (314) incident reports for the month of September.  Of those reports, Regional Officers investigated one (1) assault, twenty-eight (28) incidents of theft/fraud, and twenty-four (24) motor vehicle accidents.  Regional Officers issued twenty-two (22) traffic citations and sixteen (16) non-traffic citations.  In addition, Regional Officers made five (5) arrests for driving while under the influence during this time frame.  The Mifflin County Regional Police Department serves Burnham Borough, along with Brown, Derry and Union Townships.

 

Federal enforcement of the REAL ID Act will begin at airports and secure federal facilities nationwide in less than a year.  Starting October 1st, 2020, you must have a federally-accepted form of identification (such as a Pennsylvania REAL ID driver’s license or identification card, or a U.S. passport/passport card or military ID) to board a commercial flight (including domestic flights) or visit a secure federal building that requires ID at the door.  Since March, more than 400,000 Pennsylvanians have chosen to get a REAL ID-compliant product.  Based on data from other states, PennDOT anticipates that approximately 1.3 million of its customers will get a REAL ID before the federal enforcement deadline.

 

To celebrate “Real Kids Wear Pink Day” on Friday (October 25th), the American Cancer Society in Pennsylvania has issued a Photo Challenge!  Show your support for those battling breast cancer by wearing pink and encouraging your classmates to do the same. Take a photo and post to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram tagging @ACSPennsylvania and #RealKidsWearPink in the post.  You can help fight for a world without cancer, as well as show support for those currently battling the disease. Wear your pink on October 25th to prove that no one walks alone!

 

 

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