Monthly Archives: March 2014

It may be a stereotype, but …

… most people would probably agree that you don’t come between a cop and his coffee. The never-sleeping eyes of law enforcement sometimes need to be caffeinated to remain that way. But a Maryland woman apparently did just that. Christina … Continue reading

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York County crime watch

Check out the recent cases handled by District Judges Barry Bloss Jr., Jeff Joy and Scott Laird.

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York Area Regional Police warn of phone scam

York Area Regional Police are warning residents of a phone scam. People are receiving phone calls from 717-759-3044, a Glen Rock number, which shows “Walmart” on the caller ID, police said. The caller has a heavy accent and will ask … Continue reading

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Northern York County Regional Police recognize officer for his lifesaving efforts

The Northern York County Regional Police Board of Commissioners recognized Officer Matthew Chetaitis with a life saving award Tuesday, according to a news release. Chetaitis was recognized for giving CPR to a 38-year-old man who was in cardiac arrest at … Continue reading

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Stop the Violence motorcycle ride to benefit parks

Greg Clark said sometimes the community is all that’s needed to make a change. He and others will participate in a Stop the Violence motorcycle ride that will begin 10:30 a.m. March 22 at Renegade Classics, 1721 Whiteford Road, taking riders … Continue reading

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Don’t mess with Walmart

Matthew A. Gaspin admitted he didn’t read the fine print. So, when he got caught shoplifting a TV soundbar from Walmart in West Manheim Township on Aug. 23, 2013, he also got hit with a defiant trespass charge. It seems … Continue reading

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York County crime watch

Take a look at the recent cases handled by District Judges Barry Bloss Jr., Robert Eckenrode and Scott Laird.

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CAPOC plans April walk to end child abuse

The Child Abuse Prevention/Outreach Committee is planning its 6th annual Walk and Family Fun Day to end child abuse. The walk, set at Penn Park at 100 West College Ave. in York, will be 10 a.m. April 12. The 1.2 … Continue reading

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Police release video from I-81 homicide investigation

State police have released a video they hope will help bring witnesses forward in the Jan. 4 homicide on Interstate 81 in Franklin County. Timothy Davison was fatally shot after just crossing into Pennsylvania. The 28-year-old man from Poland, Maine, … Continue reading

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Hearing scheduled for Dover Area teacher charged with possession of child porn

A preliminary hearing for a Dover Area music teacher charged with 661 counts of possessing child pornography has been set for April 23 at the York County Court of Common Pleas, according to District Judge David Eshbach’s office. Eshbach, who … Continue reading

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