TOP HEADLINES BERKS, LANCASTER 06/28


>>Berks County Public Library System Makes Color Blindness Glasses Available

(Leesport, PA) -- The Berks County Public Library System is helping those who suffer from color blindness. The library system announced over the weekend that it will be making EnChroma glasses available at all locations. Five colorblind participants got to try on the glasses for the first time at the branch in Morgantown on Saturday. Officials say EnChroma glasses have special optical filters that increase the separation between color channels.

>>Officers Shoot At Stolen Vehicle In Lancaster County

(Manheim Township, PA) -- Police are searching for a suspect who is being accused of stealing a vehicle and then trying to run officers over in Lancaster County. The incident happened Friday night in the 300-block of Waterford Court in Manheim Township. Police say officers fired multiple shots at the vehicle before it crashed, and the suspect, 32-year-old Corry Brooks, ran away on foot. Anyone with any information on Brooks' whereabouts is being asked to contact the Manheim Township Police Department.

>>Suspect Wanted For Arson Case In Lancaster County Arrested

(Narvon, PA) -- A man is now behind bars after he allegedly set fire to a barn in Lancaster County. Eighteen-year-old Jonathan Yoder was taken into custody over the weekend, and he is being accused of starting the fire in the 200-block of Bridgeville Road in Narvon last month that caused about 500-thousand-dollars' worth of damages. He is being held in the Lancaster County Prison on a one-million-dollar bail.

>>Police Investigating Shooting In Lancaster

(Lancaster, PA) -- Police are investigating a shooting in Lancaster. The shooting happened last night at a residence along Vine Street. Police say nobody was injured, but shots were fired inside the home according to shell casings found at the scene.

>>Reading Man Found Guilty Of First-Degree Murder

(Reading, PA) -- A Reading man is going to be spending a lot of time behind bars for shooting and killing another man in 2018. A jury found Jeremy Collazo guilty of first-degree murder on Friday in the death of Carlos Herrera. Officials say he will remain incarcerated pending his upcoming sentencing.


Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content