Unofficial “Big 30 party” ends with arrests and charges filed
A party early Sunday, Aug. 5, in southwestern McKean County left one person reportedly struck by a vehicle and multiple windows of that vehicle broken.
According to Pennsylvania State Police, troopers were called to Coal Mine Road, between Ludlow and Kane, McKean County, at 1:21 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 5.
“It was reported that a vehicle had been damaged by a large group of people who were attending what is known as ‘The Big 30 Party,'” police said. “A second call was received by PSP Kane state that the same vehicle had run over an individual fleeing the scene.”
“Through investigation, it was found that the operator of the vehicle had stuck an individual, causing a large group of people to break out multiple windows,” police said.
The damage was estimated at $2,000, police said.
In a release, police listed two victims, two arrestees, and a fifth person as both.
Devan Hulings, 27, of Kane, was charged with accidents involving personal injury; recklessly endangering another person; careless driving; reckless driving; and accident causing damage to unattended vehicle or property. She was also listed as a victim.
Devon Brown, 20, of Smethport, was charged with terroristic threats; harassment; and criminal mischief.
Hunter Yasurek, 20, of Kane, was also arrested, according to police, but no charges are found in online dockets.
Ashley Haight, 28, of Kane, and Hannah Hogand, 18, of Bradford, were listed as victims.
The annual Big 30 All-Star Charities Classic football game was held at 7 p.m. in Bradford the evening before the incident.
Anyone with further information about the incident is asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police-Kane at (814) 778-5555.