** Former Pennsylvania EMT charged for indecent assault on female medic co-worker
** Pennsylvania EMT/firefighter charged with shooting, killing teenaged volunteer firefighter
UNITED STATES NEWS
** A former Pennsylvania paramedic from Jefferson Hills has been charged with stalking, indecent assault, harassment and disorderly conduct. WPXI (November 29) said Sean Dornin was tagged with the infractions after being fired from Jefferson Hills Area Ambulance this past June. According to the newspaper, the charges relate to incidents involving a female co-worker between June 2015 and March 2016. Along with allegedly inappropriately touching the woman, Dornin also apparently made vulgar sexual comments and requests for sexual contact. Despite losing his EMS job, Dornin remains a volunteer fire captain and vice president. A preliminary hearing in the matter is set for later this month.
** A Pennsylvania EMT/firefighter has been charged with criminal homicide after allegedly shooting dead a teenaged volunteer firefighter at the fire station Sunday. That is the word from The Daily Mail (November 28) which said Republic resident George Matis, Jr., 21, could also be tagged with reckless endangerment. According to the newspaper, Matis shot the teen at the Redstone Township station about 45 miles south of Pittsburgh. The teen, 16, who has not been identified, was hit in the cheek and died at the scene. There is no word on Matis’ next court date.