Man Claims to Own Cranberry Township, Threatens Police
Seneca – Police in Venango County arrested a man in Cranberry Township and charged him with disorderly conduct, drug possession, and three counts of terroristic threats. 36-year-old Justin Graham was allegedly wandering around Seneca in the dawn hours of Thursday morning, banging on people’s doors and causing a disturbance. When the Pennsylvania State Police found Graham, he claimed that he was the owner of Cranberry Township and he had inherited the entire township 2,000 years ago, he also allegedly claimed he was god and could do what he wanted, and threatened the officers and their families. Police found a small amount of marijuana in his possession, but nothing to explain his behavior.

January Unemployment Holds Steady
Harrisburg – Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor and Industry released its preliminary employment results for January on Friday. According to L&I, Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate held steady at 3.4% for the fourth month in a row and just shy of 15,000 new jobs were added which continues a six-month streak for record numbers of Pennsylvania residents with employment. L&I also reports that January saw 6,000 new adults enter the workforce. The National unemployment rate is holding steady at 3.7% for the third month.

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