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Troopers File Search Warrants in Death Investigation

A man’s death in Wayne County over the weekend may have been more than an accident.

That’s according to court papers that say Ryan Clemo’s death came after a possible fight and struggle.

Troopers said Clemo died at the emergency room at Wayne Memorial Hospital in Honesdale Saturday morning

State police obtained two search warrants late Monday seeking evidence of any kind of fight or struggle that could make Clemo’s death a case of criminal homicide.

Ryan Clemo was at his girlfriend’s home on Rose Hill Road in Dyberry Township late Friday night, according to troopers.

The 31-year-old father of two left in an ambulance and now his death is under investigation.

Clemo’s mother and sister flipped through photos for his funeral service. The family wants to know what happened that night and longtime friend Josh Korb said everyone is staying strong while police investigate.

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Icy Roadway Causes Wrecks, Shuts Down Part of Route 6

A busy road that runs through Lackawanna and Wayne Counties was closed because of a number of crashes Tuesday morning.

PennDOT shut down Route 6 in both directions between Carbondale and Canaan Township near Waymart.

Officials said a number of crashes involving both cars and tractor-trailers happened around 7 a.m. because of icy conditions.  The road is closed as crews clean up after the wreck.

The road reopened after 9 a.m.


Burglary Suspect in Police Custody

BERWICK — State police said one man wanted in connection with a burglary in Luzerne County turned himself in Monday.

Robert Killian, 28, from Berwick was arraigned Monday morning.

Troopers are still looking for his alleged accomplice, Collin Kaye, 27, also from Berwick.

State police said the pair broke into a home near Wapwallopen earlier this month and may be responsible for other burglaries in the area.

Anyone with information on Kaye’s whereabouts should contact State Police in Shickshinny at 570-542-4117.

Death Investigation in Wayne County

DYBERRY TOWNSHIP — State police in Wayne County are investigating a man’s death.

Friends discovered Ryan Clemo, 31, was not breathing properly while at a home near Honesdale, according to investigators.

Emergency responders took Clemo to Wayne Memorial Hospital in Honesdale where he died Saturday morning.

Troopers in Wayne County said they are waiting for autopsy results before they can determine how Clemo died.

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Photos of Wintry Weather All Over Our Area

Take a look at pictures of the wintry weather all over our area.

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  • Snow is covering the ground.

Community Related Weather Announcements

Here are some community announcements regarding closings, parking bans and other changes due to the winter weather expected to come our way.

Check back for the latest updates.


Holy Redeemer High School in Wilkes-Barre: Girls’ Swim Dinner is postponed until Monday at 5 P.M.


Route 125 from Gown City to Shamokin is also closed.

Route 405 between Housels Run Road and Route 45 is closed.



Route 42 between Mountain Road in Locust Twp. and Route 3006 in Conyngham Twp. is closed due to multiple tractor trailers stuck in the snow.

WNEP’s Win a Halloween Trip to Salem

WNEP-TV and WGN America are proud to announce the premier of WGN’s newest show, Salem! Through this new series, we are led into a dark and mystical period of American history. In Salem, the witches are a part of day-to-day life, but they are not who or what they seem to be; wealthy, mysterious and ageless. This is a story of an epic romance, told at a time when witch hunts engulf the town in hysteria, horror and the supernatural.

Salem premiers on Sunday, April 20th at 10PM on WGN America. Check your local listings to find out how you can get WGN America.  Click here for more information on Salem!