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TIDIOUTE, Warren County — Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police report they were dispatched to The Tidioute Pub on Sept. 16 for a report of a burglary. Troopers discovered someone stole money on Sept. 16 at approximately 3:23 a.m. while dressed in a Halloween outfit with a mask, dark pants …
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A teenaged girl was arrested by Titusville Police early Friday after allegedly leading officers in a high-speed pursuit using a stolen vehicle.
All charges against a Saegertown man accused of killing his stepmother and half-brother were held for court in a preliminary hearing on Friday.
Update: According to Meadville-based State Police, the young girl was found safe and the father is in custody. The Amber Alert is cancelled.
The Titusville Area School District entered a safety lockdown on Thursday after the discovery of an alleged shooting threat made on social media. However, Titusville Police located the Titusville High School student allegedly responsible for the threat and believe it was not credible.
A person of interest who was wanted in connection to the murder of his step-mother and young half-brother was taken into custody earlier today in West Virginia.
A Titusville woman who allegedly evaded police during a high-speed car chase on July 12 was apprehended Thursday morning by Warren-based State Police before being turned over to the Titusville Police Department.
The Crawford County Sheriff’s Department recently saw several changes made, including the naming of a new deputy sheriff and the creation of a corporal position.
Thursday proved to be a bad day for multiple area motorists, as pieces of metal spilled out onto the street from a commercial vehicle led to dozens popped and damaged tires in the Titusville area.
MEAD TOWNSHIP, Warren County — State Police are on the search for a missing Mead Township man who reportedly left his home, located in a heavily wooded area, overnight on Sunday.
SLIPPERY ROCK — Felony charges were filed against Michael Simmons, former Titusville police chief, for using a fake PayPal account to hide fraudulent activity during his tenure as Slippery Rock University’s Chief of Police.
A former Titusville Middle School teacher is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly having sex with a 14-year-old boy on several occasions.
On April 25, 1989, the Titusville public first collectively learned about a horrific and bizarre series of crimes which took place right in the heart of the city.
A Titusville man was arrested after a search by Titusville Police reportedly found of $5,000 worth of meth, as well as several marijuana plants on Thursday.
A Titusville man who has been wanted on a felony warrant for allegedly fleeing police since March 19 was apprehended early this morning.
OIL CREEK TOWNSHIP — A Florida man is in custody after he allegedly killed a Titusville man in a camper on Howe Lane near Windfall Road Thursday evening at around 7.
A Titusville police officer recently resigned his position on Monday following an internal investigation into the officer discharging his weapon during a police chase on Jan. 28.
A Titusville man allegedly found with bags of cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana waived his right to a preliminary hearing in front of Magisterial District Judge Amy Nicols, of Titusville, on Thursday, and will face a number of charges in court.
Three Oil City residents are accused of being connected to a meth distribution ring in Oil City which was purportedly bringing meth into the city by mail and selling it.
One of two Titusville Police officers involved in a Jan. 28 non-lethal shooting has returned to work after being placed on a mandatory administrative leave.
Two Titusville Police officers are on administrative leave as Corry-based State Police investigates an incident from their shift where one of them reportedly fired his weapon at a suspect’s vehicle while it was stopped following a chase from the city into Oil Creek Township.
The smell of smoke in a Titusville business led to a 911 call and a quick response by several local fire departments. However, there was one unusual factor in this emergency situation.
A Saegertown man was sentenced on Friday for statutory rape, as well as tampering with a gun used in a shooting in an incident that occurred on June 5, 2016.
The year 2018 has come to a close, and it has been a major one for Titusville. The city was sent on a veritable rollercoaster of highs and lows as the year went by, and we here at The Herald have been reporting on it all.
It may have taken a bit longer than expected, but the Titusville Police Department (TPD) honored the retirement of Sergeant Ruel “Bud” Root by giving him an engraved knife and lighter Thursday.
OAKLAND TOWNSHIP, Venango County — A Titusville man was airlifted to the hospital with multiple serious injuries hitting an SUV while attempting to pass another vehicle.
A Saegertown man accused of attempting to wipe clean a handgun allegedly used to murder an Erie man during a party pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Timothy Adam McGarvie, 31, who stole a car and broke into a Titusville home, has pleaded guilty to eight charges stemming from his various crimes during a week-long spree which took place last year.
Department history may have been made Thursday, as Titusville Police, working with a State Parole Agent, performed what they believe to be the largest marijuana bust in city history.
Unlike the stereotype seen in so many movies and TV shows, the last day before retirement for Titusville Police Chief Harold Minch was remarkably quiet, according to him.
After going viral with the original video and appearing on various news outlets across the nation, Titusville Police Department (TPD) recently welcomed a new addition to the office on Thursday, when they received the top prize in the Antietam Adirondacks Lip Sync Challenge Contest.