Monthly Archives: May 2013

End Zone killers claim new evidence

 Attorneys for two men serving life sentences for the June 7, 2002 murder of Deena Faye Cunningham have filed petitions for a new trial alleging there is a witness who says another man has confessed to the crime.  … Continue reading

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Judge Barry Bloss’ recent criminal cases

Take a look at the cases District Judge Barry Bloss Jr. has been handling lately. Judge Barry Bloss' dispositions May 27, 2013

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Judge Barry Bloss’ criminal dispositions

Take a look at some of the criminal cases District Judge Barry Bloss Jr. has handled recently.

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Chief Justice Castille touts the value of juvenile offender community service

Thousands of youth across the commonwealth performed 536,808 hours of court-ordered and youth intervention community service in 2012. At the current minimum wage of $7.25, that totals almost $3.9 million in community service for the year. In York County last … Continue reading

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Judge Joy’s criminal dispositions

Take a look at District Judge Jeff Joy’s criminal dispositions from May 6 through 17. Virgie Pearce 110 Hain Rd, New Freedom, Pa 17349, Unlawful to Park any Veh in area Designated as Prohibited Parking Area, GT. Joseph Banson Bittings … Continue reading

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Judge Joy’s crime watch for May 6 through 17

Here’s a look at District Judge Jeff Joy’s crime watch for May 6 through May 17. Carroll J Boro, 1412 Clarke Avenue, Timonium,MD, DUI,waived for court Michelle A Mann, 6663 Lake Road, York,PA, DUI,waived for court Leea L Chinquina, 21 … Continue reading

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Motorcycle poker run fundraiser for Keri Keuerleber and Angela Allison

The 1st Pennsylvania Chapter of the Defenders Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club is holding a fundraising poker run for Keri Keuerleber, daughter of York County Sheriff Rich Keuerleber, and Angela Allison, daughter of Lt. Dave Allison. Both young women are battling … Continue reading

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District Judge Scott Laird’s dispositions

District Judge Scott Laird’s criminal dispositions from April 29 through May 10. District Judge Scott Laird's dispositions

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Who does Steve Chronister owe money to?

In a supplemental decision filed Tuesday in York County court, Senior Judge Eugene E. Fike II listed the condominium owners who York County President Commissioner Steve Chronister, in his Equine Meadows Associates, L.P., owes money to. Fike ordered Chronister and … Continue reading

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Son-of-a-reporter. He won.

My Temple student son, Joe Lee, picked up two film awards at the Diamond Screen Film Festival on May 8. His documentary — The Witmans, A Portrait — a look at the lives of Ron and Sue Witman, the parents … Continue reading

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