CANADENSIS, Pa. (AP) —
Hours after a slain Pennsylvania State Police trooper was laid to rest,
the hunt for a man charged with killing him briefly intensified late
Thursday as authorities blocked roads around the home of the suspect's
The Barrett Township Fire Department opened a shelter for
residents in the area who were unable to get to their homes due to
police activity in the rural northeastern Pennsylvania community, but
shut it down not long after as police reopened the area to traffic.