In a criminal complaint, Uniontown police said they responded to a report of two males checking vehicle doors on Cramer Avenue on Monday.
Officers saw fresh footprints in the snow near the vehicles and came upon a man who was carrying a black bag. The man ran, and the officers gave chase.
They followed one set of footprints to Crossland Avenue, across a stream and into a wooded area near Crossland Avenue. The officers followed the footprints into the woods, where one of them found Jackson “tucked in a burrow.”
An officer placed handcuffs on Jackson and was helping him out of the hole when Jackson said he was stuck on something. When the other officer broke a tree branch to free Jackson, the officer lost his hold on Jackson's wet clothing and Jackson ran off in handcuffs, according to the complaint.
Police lost sight of Jackson during a foot pursuit but were able to follow his footprints to Grant Street, where Jackson was found lying in a wooded area. Jackson was taken into custody but refused to identify himself. He was arraigned under the name “John Doe,” but police Chief Jason Cox said he was identified as Jackson.
Why is it that whenever kenny the kangaroo enters fayette county, be it for hiking, fishing, or golf, kenny the kangaroo always hear at least one gun shot or explosion in the distance
mac5155 wrote:I tried finding a pic online but can't. I know exactly what you are talking about. On the back it says "Follow me home to Fayette County".. I think they are based out of Perryopolis right near Pizon's bar. The "allen's haunted hayride" thing is right there too, some people may have gone. Around halloween the place gets nuts.
canaan wrote:i took this picture in perryopolis. thought it was pretty neat.Spoiler:
One said he heard the men discuss how boring the fire department was and that they "should light a house on fire so that they would get a call," Sgt. Howard wrote.
pensfan1989 wrote:http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/local/neighborhoods-south/police-fayette-county-firefighters-were-bored-set-fires-687847/One said he heard the men discuss how boring the fire department was and that they "should light a house on fire so that they would get a call," Sgt. Howard wrote.
Real #police calls: #FayetteCounty man cited for setting fire to his stepfather's cut-off jean shorts during an argument #wtae4