- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 23, 2014

A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Tuesday:

POLICE BARRACKS SHOOTING SUSPECT ELUDES MANHUNT FOR 10 DAYS in EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA

The search for a survivalist accused of ambushing a state police barracks has narrowed to the rural eastern Pennsylvania area where he grew up and his parents still live. State police have been closing roads in the Canadensis area as they hunt for 31-year-old Eric Frein, who’s charged with killing Cpl. Bryon Dickson and seriously wounding another trooper outside the Blooming Grove barracks earlier this month.

POLICE RELEASE NAME OF GIRL, 15, KILLED OUTSIDE HOSPITAL MINUTES AFTER TRANSIT STATION DISPUTE

Authorities have released the name of a teenage girl shot and killed outside of a Philadelphia hospital minutes after a disturbance at a nearby transit station. A police spokesman said 15-year-old Aisha Abdur-Rhaman died after she was hit by gunfire that also critically injured a 19-year-old man outside of Einstein Medical Center.

NORTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIA CONSTABLE SENTENCED TO 90 DAYS TO A YEAR IN PROSTITUTION CASE

A northwestern Pennsylvania constable who acknowledged having consensual sex with a prostitute three times late last year has been sentenced to 90 days to a year in jail. Thirty-seven-year-old Stephen Chamberlain of Centerville had originally been charged in Erie County with having forced the woman to have sex at a price he set under the threat of arrest.

FEDERAL RAILROAD AUTHORITIES WON”T BE MAKING FULL INVESTIGATION OF 17-CAR FREIGHT TRAIN DERAILMENT IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA

Federal railroad authorities say they won’t be making a full investigation of a derailment of 17 freight cars in central Pennsylvania over the weekend. Seventeen cars of an eastbound Norfolk Southern train derailed in Altoona on Saturday morning. Many of the train cars were carrying brand new cars and vans, including nine cars that overturned. No injuries were reported.

PROSECUTORS DROP CHARGES AGAINST HOMELESS MAN FOUND INSIDE HOTEL PRESIDENTIAL SUITE

Prosecutors in western Pennsylvania have dropped charges against a homeless man found squatting inside the presidential suite of a Pittsburgh hotel last fall. Forty-eight-year-old Jeffrey Watson was arrested in November after guests checking into the $2,500-a-night suite at the Omni William Penn Hotel saw him sleeping on a couch.


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