Man Charged With Vehicular Homidice
Franklin – Nearly a year after it happened a Seneca man has been charged with vehicular homicide and related charges in the death of a pedestrian in October 2022. Logan Miller has his preliminary hearing tomorrow after he was charged last week for the death of 61-year-old Michael McSparren of Oil City. It’s alleged that Miller was under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he hit the deceased with his car after the man walked out onto the street on October 27th last year; at the time of the incident, Miller was arrested under suspicion of DUI and has pleaded guilty to DUI and open lewdness while intoxicated in the past.
Escaped Fugitive in Eastern PA Now Armed
Pottstown – Authorities are expanding their search for Danelo Cavalcante in eastern Pennsylvania after he apparently slipped through a perimeter set up to catch him. Cavalcante is believed to no longer be around Longwood Gardens after he managed to steal a van which was found ditched outside the search area. Danelo has also changed his appearance by shaving and authorities believe he may be getting help. The Pennsylvania State Police are adjusting their strategy and it’s been nearly two weeks since his escape from prison after he received a life sentence for the murder of his girlfriend.
Update: The Pennsylvania State Police reported that Cavalcante obtained a firearm in a post on social media at about 2 AM this morning. They are urging residents of Coventry Township, Chester County to stay home and lock their doors, windows, and vehicles.