>>Reading Police Involved Shooting Leaves Man In Critical Condition
(Reading, PA) -- Reading police say a man is in critical condition after an officer-involved shooting.It happened yesterday morning on the 800-block of Franklin Street, where police say the armed suspect refused to drop his gun and pointed it at officers.The man was shot once by police and was taken to Tower Health.No police officers were hurt.The D-A’s office says they are investigating the incident.
>>Man Killed In Lancaster Police-Involved Shooting
(Lancaster, PA) -- A man is dead after a police-involved shooting in Lancaster Sunday afternoon.The Lancaster D-A’s office says body cam footage shows 27-year-old Ricardo Munoz coming toward a police officer with a knife in a threatening manor before the cop opened fire.The shooting prompted a protest at the city police station, which blocked part of West Chestnut Street for several hours.Lancaster’s police chief says they will conduct an investigation on the incident.
>>Crews Battle Colebrookdale Township Barn Fire Saturday
(Colebrookdale Twp., PA) -- Fire crews say it took several hours to get a Colebrookdale Township barn fire under control over the weekend.It broke out Saturday night on the 800-block of Unger Lane, with smoke reportedly seen for miles.It’s unclear what may have sparked that blaze.
>>Oley Township Man Killed In Saturday Morning Crash
(Oley Twp., PA) -- An Oley Township man is dead after a Saturday morning wreck.It happened along Route 662 near Bertolet Road, with 18-year-old Travis Lambert pronounced dead about an hour later.One person in Lambert’s vehicle and the driver of the other car were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.
>>Albright Student Accused Of Stabbing Classmate Last Week
(Reading, PA) -- An Albright College student is accused of stabbing a classmate on campus last week.It happened at North Hall, which is a residence building near Linden and Richmond streets.Both students were taken to the hospital for treatment and their injuries aren’t considered serious.So far, no charges have been filed, though the students will be held to the college’s code of conduct, according to the school’s campus safety department.