Pennsylvania State Police updated the latest search for Eric Frein. Lt.Col George Bivens called Frein in a news conference today "non confrontational and gutless" " He called on Frein to surrender,
"you are clearly stressed and continue to make mistakes".
The search for Eric Frein has entered its 17th day near the Delaware State Forest. Meanwhile, wives of state police continue to sell PSP Proud tshirts to benefit the families of the two troopers involved in the ambush shooting.
UPDATE: Those who work in Scranton but don't live in the city will not have to pay the commuter tax. The Judge hearing arguments in the case ruled that the proposed
commuter tax that was to begin tomorrow, will not. The city will now decide if there will be an appeal.
Pa. State Police held a news conference on Friday, announcing that the search continues for accused cop-killer Eric Frein, and that law enforcement was on the scene of the Buck Hill Inn in Buck Hill Falls. The place is no longer in business. Police say they cleared the large structure because they had information that Frein had used the place in the past. Lt. Col. George Bivens again