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November 19, 2012

IN BRIEF | Safety-seat check set

— Ebensburg will conduct a free child safety seat check-up event Tuesday at the Ebensburg barracks, 100 Casale Court, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Motorists will be instructed on the proper ways to install car seats. An evaluation for possible seat recalls also will be conducted for parents.

Driver hurt in crash

A Somerset man was injured Friday after he apparently lost control of his vehicle and rolled it on Route 30 near Golf Course Road in Jenner Township.

State police in Somerset said Wayne F. Zerfoss, 59, of Somerset, received a minor head injury in the crash and was taken to Memorial Medical Center’s trauma unit for treatment.

They said Zerfoss will be cited for careless driving.

Christmas tree stolen

State police are looking for a Somerset area Grinch.

Someone broke into a locked storage unit in Somerset Township and stole a Boswell woman’s Christmas tree.

The tree was valued at $35.

Teens face charges

Four teens in Derry face juvenile charges after they allegedly ate vodka-soaked gummy bear candy in school.

Police said the four teens were caught Thursday on school property.

The will face alcohol possession related charges.

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