Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era
Potato shot through window of home Missing snowmobiler found
YORK -- Three teenagers have been arrested and a fourth suspect is being sought after authorities say they used a potato gun to shoot a spud through the window of a Dover Township home.
Northern York County Regional Police responded to the home just after midnight Tuesday and found a potato that had been shot through a wall and into a bedroom.
Officers went to a local grocery store and found two people had purchased two 5-pound bags of potatoes a short time earlier. Police reviewed surveillance video and were able to track down suspects. Three have been arrested and police say the fourth will be in custody soon.
The teens are charged with aggravated assault, discharge of a firearm into an occupied structure and other counts.
JENNERSTOWN -- State police and emergency crews have found a snowmobiler alive, three days after he left to ride alone in the Laurel Mountains in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Troopers from the Somerset barracks said 50-year-old Bruce Maust was found near Seven Springs Mountain Resort, about 45 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
Maust had been last seen when he left to ride near Jennerstown about 3 p.m. Sunday. The man's family says he suffers from a medical condition which can cause dementia. It wasn't immediately clear if that contributed to Maust being lost or missing.
Crews searched about 12 hours each on Monday and Tuesday before finding him late Wednesday morning.
From our wire services