A substitute teacher is charged for buying naked pictures from student Updated: Tuesday, November 18 2014, 04:38 PM EST By: WJAC Web Staff EMPORIUM, Pa. -- A substitute teacher in Cameron County has been charged after police said he bought naked photos of underage girls from a student. Jon Raymond Serianni, 40, of Emporium, is charged with counts including sexual abuse of children, criminal use of communication facility, corruption of minors and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, police said. According to police, Serianni, a substitute teacher at Cameron County High School, approached a student and asked if he had any pictures. The student forwarded about 190 pictures between Oct. 1 and Nov. 11, police said. According to court documents, the student told police that Serianni agreed to pay $15 to $25 per picture, but had paid the student less than $300. He was released from Cameron County Prison after posting 10 percent of his $75,000 bail.
SHEFFIELD – Rusty Setzer and Caleb Burnside each ran for 100 yards to lead Cameron County to its second straight victory, 41-14 over Sheffield, Saturday afternoon in Sheffield.
Setzer carried the ball 17 times for 156 yards and two touchdowns, while Burnside had 26 carries for 101 yards and a score. Keith Spehalski also went 6 of 16 passing for 154 yards and a touchdown on a 71-yard pass to Brandon Saline. Etthan Vislay added 17-yard pick six for the Red Raiders (2-4 overall, 2-0 AML North) with Tristan Reed scoring on a 36-yard run.
Sheffield (0-6, 0-2) scores came on a 27-yard Adam Higby to Logan Connely pass and on a 1-yard Ja’Sani Marlow run.
Taking 2nd place in Saturday’s Brookville YMCA Millcreek
Adventure Race relay are, from left, Tony Olivett, 18, Emporium, 12-mile kayak
leg; Xavier Molnar, 14, Brookville, 26-mile cycling leg; Brodie Joiner, 14, Brookville,
final 9.5-mile run; Aidan Hoffman, 16, Brookville, 2-mile swim; Rory Hoffman,
14, Brookville, 11-mile orienteering leg; Jason Hoffman, parent and Brookville
8th grade science teacher, orienteering accompaniment; and Ryan Thrush, 15,
Brookville, initial 8.5-mile run. This team competed against 20 other teams of
various ages and abilities in the series of run, swim, bike, kayak, orienteer
and run segments.
“American Pickers” on History Channel is a program which explores the fascinating world of antique ‘picking’ The high profile show follows two of the most skilled pickers in the business ‘Mike Wolfe’ and ‘Frank Fritz’ as they embark on an epic road trip across the US. In August the show will feature sites in Pennsylvania. Recently a director contacted the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce office hoping to find some residents willing to be “picked”. The show offers a fascinating insight into what it’s like to be the men on the ground who are on the front lines of the antique industry. The show follows the pickers in their truck as they go on a mission in search of America’s most fascinating and valuable antiques - treasures that have been long forgotten in junkyards and barns across the country. The team tracks down unique and interesting items from motorcycles, classic cars and bicycles to one-of-a-kind vintage memorabilia. The series follows the highs and lows of the trade as our team gets their hands dirty in the search of weird and wonderful hidden treasures. The show examines how determination and amazing instincts drive the pickers to salvage the good junk from the bad junk. On the adventure our team meets fascinating characters along the way each with a story to tell about the history of their collection and their own lives. Mike and Frank bring the past to life and recycle America as they go. On the way, we explore how our pickers strike the ultimate deal and discover just what it takes to renovate and re-sell a newly found antique in a competitive market. According to the producer, they will not visit auctions, flea markets, antique malls or museums. Items they are NOT looking for include fine furniture, agricultural or farming items, Depression glass, appliances or pottery. If you are interested in hosting the American Pickers send pictures of items email@example.com. http://solomonswords.blogspot.com/2014/07/american-pickers-want-to-pick-cameron.html
A project coordinated by the Sylvan Heritage Council, military banners have been hung all over Emporium. Cameron County has a deep military tradition, and these banners are up to honor those that have served or are serving now. Great job SHC!
It looks like Phil was correct and our winter weather just keeps coming. This week’s storm should give us a little ice then lots of snow. As a result of the weather forecast, West Penn Power has activated its storm preparation process. We will have crews on site 24 hours a day to respond to power outages. We have also implemented plans to mobilize crews to areas with the most power outages.
Customers who are without power are encouraged to call 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877) to report their outage or click the “Report Outage” link on www.firstenergycorp.comvia smartphone. For updated information on the company’s storm preparation efforts, current outages, FirstEnergy’s storm restoration process, and tips for staying safe, customers can visit the 24/7 Power Center at www.firstenergycorp.com/outages. West Penn Power also will provide updates via Twitter at their twitter address: @W_Penn_Power.
Please be safe, remember to always stay away from downed power lines.
My name is Randy Frey. I live in a beautiful little town called Emporium, in northcentral Pennsylvania. I have a large family, and I like it that way. I am currently a member of the Emporium Borough Council, publisher of www.cameroncountypa.net, and active in local political and social events. I am an avid amatuer photographer,and I enjoy hunting, fishing, motorcycles,and spending time with my family