Jersey Shore Teacher Facing Civil Suit

A former jersey shore area middle school teacher is facing a civil lawsuit for allegedly sexually assaulting one of her students. The alleged victim is now 19 years old, and he along with his parents and legal guardians filed the civil lawsuit against Alexandra Kluzany along with 2 others in the school district. According to the sun gazette the civil complaint states that kulzany was reprimanded for paying to much attention to the boy, and was reported by other teachers in the administration. No notice was ever received by the parents. Charges are being delayed due to the corona virus but if convicted, Kluzany will be facing many charges stemming from statutory rape and corruption of a minor.

Snyder County Welcomes New ADA

Snyder County District Attorney Mike Piecuch has recently announced the hiring of his new assistant Scott Ziegler to help with the counties case load. According to Media outlets Ziegler got his bachelor degree at wilkes university before working as an associate for a local law firm. Piecuch said to outlets that the hiring was essential, and that the new ADA will be a tremendous asset. You can expect Ziegler to be involved in all phases of all cases from here on out.

Assault Occurrence/Failed Bank Stick-Up

An assault occurred on the 3700 Block of Lycoming creek road around 9:30 on Sunday. According to the sun gazette when police arrived on scene there were 25 people arguing in the street with one injured man with a large laceration on his face. There was a suspect who fled, reportedly being white with tattoos on one of his arms and wearing a yellow shirt. He was last seen running to a trailer park in the area. In other news Timothy Maddox, 31 of Montoursville was recently arrested for an attempted bank robbery.Maddox drove up to the M and T bank window at 450 broad st where he demanded 500,000 dollars to be given to him. After he fled the scene Maddox was arrested shortly after.

Protester Files Lawsuit Against County

A valley man media outlets say is familiar with protesting in the area is suing the borough of Mifflinburg over the flag-burning ordinaces that are in place.  According to PennLive, activist Gene Stilp filed suit in U.S. Middle District Court to get a preliminary injunction that could allow him to hold a flag buring event.  Police borough police officially warned Stilp after he ignited a Trump protest flag July 24 on public grounds. Stilp told media outlets the written warning violates his right to freedom of expression. He has also sued Lewisburg, Middleburg, and Harrisburg over their ordinances.