JOINT STATEMENT REGARDING DEATH OF INMATE
Clinton County District Attorney Dave Strouse, Coroner Zach Hanna and the Pennsylvania State Police have issued a joint statement for immediate release on the death of Jamie Lynn Jackson. Jamie Lynn Jackson, 36, formerly of East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven, was pronounced dead at Lock Haven Hospital at 12:48PM this afternoon following a medical emergency. Jackson has been held at Clinton County Correctional Facility in McElhatten while awaiting trial in the Spring of 2022 for the murder of 9-year-old Anson Stover in November of 2020. Earlier in the day Sunday, Jackson reportedly experienced a medical emergency at the correctional facility and was taken to Lock Haven Hospital by Ambulance. Cause and manner of death are pending the results of an autopsy. Initial reports are that there were no other individuals involved in incident, and officials have no indication of foul play.
BURGLARY, CRIMINAL TRESPASS AND MORE ON WILLIAMSPORT MAN
On 11/12/2021 at approximately 10:15 AM, officers from Williamsport Bureau of Police were dispatched to the 100 block of Union Ave for a report of criminal mischief. NICOLAS CARMINE GRIECO was identified by the caller as unlawfully entering a garage and causing damage to a vehicle. GRIECO then fled the scene. GRIECO was located several minutes later emerging from 1542 Sherman Street and taken into custody without incident. GRIECO was arraigned before MDJ Solomon on charges of Burglary, Criminal Trespass, Criminal Mischief and Possessing Instruments of a Crime and committed to Lycoming County Prison. Williamsport Bureau of Police would like to thank the Pennsylvania State Police, Lycoming County District Attorney’s Office and the Lycoming County Sheriff’s Office for assisting in the rapid response and arrest of GRIECO.
TODAY IS AMERICA RECYCLES DAY
On America Recycles Day (November 15), EPA recognized the importance and impact of recycling, which has contributed to American prosperity and the protection of our environment. The recycling rate has increased and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Agency study found that recycling and reuse activities in the United States accounted for over 680,000 jobs and $38 billion in wages. The recycling efforts of communities and business throughout the United States have helped with this success and growth. To build on our progress, EPA encourages every American to contribute by recycling right, not only on every annual America Recycles Day, but all year. This means checking with your local recycling provider to be certain that they will accept everything you place in your recycling bin. Items like cardboard, metal cans and paper are commonly accepted by local curbside programs, and items like plastic bags, electronics and batteries can NEVER go in the curbside recycling bin.
CONGRESSMAN KELLER VISITS LYCOMING COUNTY
Recently, Congressman Keller spent time in Lycoming County. His team checked in with Ground Shaker Transport, a leading transportation company in the region and an important partner to Pennsylvania’s natural gas industry. Keller was also invited to visit with the Central PA Chamber, who hosted him during their Legislative Event. Keller also took the time to tour Shop-Vac.
LOCAL COVID-19 CASES
The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Sunday reported new COVID-19 cases, Clinton County reported 39 new cases. In Centre County 64 new cases were recorded, Lycoming County added 87 new cases, Northumberland had 48 new, Montour 16, Snyder 13, Union 23 and Tioga County ha 52 new cases listed yesterday.
CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY SEAT CHECK TONIGHT
Pennsylvania State Police in Milton remind you in conjunction with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s “National Child Passenger Safety Week” the troopers of Troop F in Milton are conducting a Child Passenger Safety Seat Check event tonight from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at this station 50 Lawton Lane, Milton.
STATE POLICE ARREST BOY WHO CLAIMED TO HAVE A BOMB
State Police in Lamar reported the arrest of a 15-year-old male who, at 12:50 p.m. on November 11th, while at Central Mountain High School in Mill Hall, announced to a cafeteria full of students and faculity that he had a bomb in his backpack. State police responded and the search yielded negative results. The boy was arrested and there is no safety concern for facility, staff or students.