Man Attacks Cars in Apparent Drug Fueled Rage
Corry – A 30-year-old man whom court records indicate is named Jesse Bille, was threatening motorists and attacking vehicles as they stopped at the intersection of two dirt roads in Erie County’s Concord Township on Sunday. Bille was arrested after attacking a state police cruiser, punching the driver’s side window with a closed fist and threatening the officer inside by declaring he would ‘beat him’. He did assault the trooper while resisting arrest and was found to be carrying illegal drugs; it was also discovered later that he had attacked at least one other vehicle and issued threats to kill its occupants.
Guilty Plea in Child Rape Case
Reading – In State News, a former member of the Jehova’s Witnesses in Pennsylvania pleaded guilty to two counts of child rape last week. Jesse Hill, formerly of Berks County, admitted to using his family’s good name in the Witness community to lure boys to a lumber mill where he would give them alcohol and drugs in exchange for sex acts when he lived in Pennsylvania before moving out of state. Hill is one of the 14 prominent members of the Jehova’s Witnesses charged for sexually assaulting children since last year.