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Pennsylvania teen told police she killed sister, would have done it sooner for McDonald’s

A disturbed teenage girl who allegedly killed her older sister told cops she “would have killed someone sooner” if she knew she would get to eat McDonald’s, according to reports. Claire Miller, 14, was provided with the fast food breakfast after she was accused of fatally stabbing her 19-year-old disabled sister Helen in 2021, according to the Patriot-News. “Oooh, McDonald’s,” Manheim Township police officer John Martin recounted Miller told police during a Tuesday court hearing. “I would have killed someone sooner if I knew I was going to get McDonald’s.” She also admitted she “Michael Myers’ed” her sister while sitting in her...

‘This Is Hatred, This Is Foul’: Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner, Teachers’ Union Denounce Legislation Targeting LGBTQ Youth

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner and the teachers’ union condemned bills in Harrisburg that would affect the LGTBQ+ community. Two passed the Pennsylvania Senate on Wednesday. One would restrict what Republicans call “sexually explicit content.” Another restricts instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in schools. Krasner called the bills “despicable.” “We hope and expect that they will be vetoed because this is hatred, this is foul,” Krasner said. “People are already hurt. They are already hurt because they have been singled out, they have been pointed out. They have been told they are not good enough and none of that is true.” The district attorney said the Pennsylvania legislature should concentrate on the gun violence epidemic.

Vehicle slams into Dauphin County home

HERSHEY, Pa. — A truck crashed into a home in Dauphin County on Thursday. It happened along the 1400 block of E. Derry Road in Hershey, Dauphin County. Fire crews confirmed the vehicle, a tractor-trailer cab, struck the front of the home. Ida Wilkinson, owner of the residence was...

'I Michael Myers'ed my sister': Police tell court what TikToker teen, 16, said after she was arrested for allegedly stabbing her 19-year-old disabled sister

A teenage TikToker accused of stabbing her sleeping sister to death joked to cops that she 'Michael Myers'ed' her, a court in Pennsylvania heard. Claire Miller, 16, was 14 when wheelchair-bound Helen, 19, was murdered at their family home in Manheim Township, Lancaster County last February. The high schooler was...

Warrant issued for York woman stemming from controlled substance charges

YORK COUNTY, Pa. — On June 22, following a police investigation by the West Manchester Township Police Department, Kyra L. Schott from the 700 block of Manor St. in York is wanted for numerous charges. Police have charged Schott with 2 counts of delivery with intent to manufacture controlled...

Teen injured in York shooting

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – A teen was injured after a late night shooting in York City. York City Police tell abc27 the shooting happened just before midnight on Wednesday night on the 1000 block of Roosevelt Ave. The victim, a 19-year-old boy, suffered a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. Get daily...

Semi-truck crashes into house, investigation begins

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — On June 30 at approximately 5:30 p.m. a tractor trailer truck crashed into a home at 1418 East Derry Road; Derry Township Police responded and found the truck, a Volvo, wedged into the corner of a home. The truck driver was able to get...

Lititz man charged with terroristic threats after tagging police in tweets

LITITZ BOROUGH, Pa. (WHTM) – A Lititz man was arrested after catching the attention of local police by tagging them on Twitter. Lititz Borough Police say Shalin Samar Corbett, 26, was charged with two counts of making terroristic threats after allegedly threatening to commit an act of violence against two individuals. Police say in the tweet Corbett “tagged” the Lititz Borough Police Department.

Man convicted of indecent assault of 8-year-old, authorities say

Dauphin County, PA — A 33-year-old man has been convicted of indecent assault, unlawful contact with a minor and other charges. Authorities say the Harrisburg Bureau of Police filed charges against Devin Nelson in 2018 after an investigation determined that the defendant indecently touched an 8-year-old girl at a home on Bellevue Road in 2017.