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firstname.lastname@example.orgA man who was convicted of robbing a bank in 2010 pleaded guilty this week in U.S. District Court in Martinsburg to attempting to escape from Eastern Regional Jail while he was waiting to be sentenced for the robbery, according to court records and U.S....
Tags: Theft, Lawyers, Justice System, Trials, Crime, Law and Justice
email@example.comDoor-busters, bargains and sales — oh my! Black Friday is just hours away and area retailers — including most stores at the Valley Mall and Hagerstown Premium Outlets — are gearing up for midnight openings on the biggest holiday...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBill Kleckner knows the value of family. He's learned the hard way. "I don't know what a real father is. My father was in the penitentiary when I was young. Mom was involved in an affair and married a younger man. So my grandma pretty much raised my...
email@example.comThe Franklin County District Attorney has filed a notice that will give him the option to pursue the death penalty in the case against a Waynesboro, Pa., man charged with fatally shooting his wife and two other people in July. District Attorney Matt...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County liquor officials on Wednesday imposed a $2,500 fine against a Hagerstown restaurant owner for failing to disclose his criminal past on a liquor license application. The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, known as...
Editor’s note: As part of its ongoing coverage for Tuesday’s general election, The Herald-Mail asked the 10 candidates seeking five open Berkeley County, W.Va., magistrate positions the following questions: Question 1: What is your legal...
email@example.comA man criminally charged with killing his 70-year-old mother has been found competent to stand trial, although those proceedings have been delayed. In an opinion and order issued this week, Franklin County (Pa.) Court of Common Pleas Judge Richard...
Tags: Judges, Murder, Lawyers, Justice System, Trials
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe rest stop off Interstate 70 near Myersville, Md., has been renovated since two of this century’s most notorious serial killers were captured there 10 years ago Wednesday. Retired Maryland State Trooper 1st Class D. Wayne Smith said the...
email@example.comOne of the men charged in Monday’s shooting death that led to two police standoffs has a history of run-ins with the law, including an earlier standoff with police in Franklin County. Two Chambersburg men were charged with Monday’s shooting...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Chambersburg man has plead guilty to one count of a criminal sexual act with a victim younger than 17 in connection to an alleged incident in New York. Robert W. Murray, who was arrested Feb. 3, had three other criminal charges dismissed under the...
email@example.comA forensic pathologist offered testimony Tuesday as a Franklin County (Pa.) Court of Common Pleas judge assesses whether a man accused of killing his mother is mentally competent to stand trial this December. Marcus Wallace, 41, is charged with first-...
Tags: Judges, Skull Fracture, Murder, Justice System, Trials
Jurors who convicted a deer poacher of first-degree murder in the shooting death of a central Pennsylvania game warden must now decide whether to sentence him to execution or life in prison without possibility of parole. The jury deliberated for less...
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