A new EMS advisory board, strangulation in Ulysses, car thieves in Belfast
Will Allegany County form a EMS Advisory Board ?
Allegany County is considering proposing a local law to create an EMS Advisory Board, which would act as an advisory body to the county government and the county EMS Coordinator. In addition, the EMS Advisory Board will cooperate with appropriate state and local agencies in relation to programs for EMS training, EMS-related activities, and mutual aid. The Allegany County EMS Advisory Board will replace the former County EMS Advisory Council, which was an informal body constituted for a similar purpose that operated in Allegany County from the mid-1970s through 2020. The county Public Safety Committee will review the matter when it meets Wednesday.
Violent crime in Potter County
A Ulysses man has been accused of strangulation. Pennsylvania State Police arrested 63-year-old Terrance Leroy Mills following an alleged act of violence in the borough. Troopers charged him with strangulation, a grade 2 felony count as well as harassment with physical contact. Mills was arraigned at 8 a.m. Monday in District Court. Magisterial District Judge Christopher Kalacinski remanded Mills to the Potter County Jail. Bail was set at $5,000 cash. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for April 11th.
Washington County criminals strike in Belfast
Four people are facing felony charges following an alleged crime in the Town of Belfast reported late Sunday. Amity-based Troopers say they arrested 27-year-old female and 30-year-old male, both from Whitehall, NY. (that’s near Glens Fall in Washington County). They were each charged with felony criminal possession of a stolen vehicle. Troopers also arrested 26-year-old Shyla Stafford and 28-year-old Brandon Flint, both from Dresden. Each was charged with felony possession of stolen property and lesser counts to include conspiracy and criminal impersonation. They were all released on their own recognizance.