TOP HEADLINES 02/22 BERKS, LANCASTER


>>Reward Being Offered For Information On Slain Bald Eagle In Berks County

(Ontelaunee Township, PA) -- A reward is now being offered for any information that leads to the arrest of a poacher who is being accused of killing a bald eagle in Berks County. The Pennsylvania Game Commission announced this past Friday that the Reading Blue Mountain-and-Northern Railroad is offering a five-thousand-dollar reward to catch the suspect. The bald eagle was found shot and killed last month in a parking area off Mountain Road in Tilden Township. Anyone with any information is being asked to contact the Pennsylvania Game Commission's southeast region office.

>>Reading Police Asking For Help In Identifying Three Homicide Suspects

(Reading, PA) -- Reading Police are asking the public for help in identifying three suspects who are being accused of homicide. Detectives released surveillance images on Friday of the three men walking in the area of North 12th and Greenwich streets on the same day that Dominique Lane was shot and killed. Crime Alert Berks County is offering a ten-thousand-dollar reward for any information that leads to an arrest. Anyone with any information is being asked to contact the Reading Police Department's homicide detectives.

>>Protest Takes Place Outside Muhlenberg School District Administration Building

(Muhlenberg Township, PA) -- Parents in Muhlenberg School District are expressing their grievances against remote-learning. A protest took place this past Friday in front of the administration building. Some parents say they feel their children are missing valuable educational experiences because they are not in the classrooms. District officials say they are monitoring CDC guidelines as there were over 80 staff members who tested positive for COVID-19 at the end of the first marking period.

>>Fire Heavily Damages Auto Shop In Lancaster County

(East Hempfield Township, PA) -- Crews are cleaning up the damages done by a fire that broke out at an auto shop in Lancaster County. The fire happened yesterday afternoon at Combined Auto Sales in the 23-hundred-block of Lancaster Road in East Hempfield Township. No one was reported injured at the scene. Officials say the fire is being ruled as accidental.

>>Lancaster County Police Searching For Accused Stalker

(Warwick Township, PA) -- Police are asking the public for help in locating a Lancaster man who is wanted for stalking-related charges. Thomas Wainman of Knightsbridge Drive in Warwick Township had his bail revoked over the weekend. He was charged in December for trespassing and stalking. Anyone with any information on his whereabouts is being asked to contact the Lancaster County Regional Police Department.