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Police find suspected gunman dead

An incident on Tuesday night, left one person injured and another person dead, according York City Police. Police responded to a house in the 300 block of South Albemarle Street in York for a report of a shooting at 10:47 p.m. When police arrived, officers found the victim, who was...
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York County man sentenced to 10 years in prison for drug trafficking

YORK COUNTY — A 26-year-old from York was sentenced to 10 years in prison after conspiring to distribute over a kilogram of heroin and five kilograms of cocaine, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. One kilogram of heroin is around 40,000 individual doses. Acting...
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Upper Allen Township Man charged with distributing child pornography

CUMBERLAND COUNTY — Upper Allen Township Police say 51-year-old William Dennison has been charged with distribution of child pornography, possession of child pornography, and criminal use of a communication facility. In March 2021 police received a information about Dennison distributing and possessing child pornography. After an investigation they conducted a...
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Police still looking for truck driver who fled after causing crash that shut down York County road

The driver who caused a truck crash that shut down Route 30 for four hours Monday is still being sought by Hellam Township Police, according to Officer Barry Mills. Derek Billingsley, 40, of Fredericksburg, Virginia, was identified as the driver after witnesses participated in a photo lineup Tuesday. Police suspect he was under the influence at the time of the crash, which occurred at 12:09 p.m. Monday between the Hallam and Wrightsville exits, Mills said.
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Amidst a spike in violence, York City Police hire 9 new officers

York, PA — Help is on the way. After two violent incidents in three days, York City police are bringing on nine new officers to patrol the community. While not at full staff, the police commissioner believes it’s a step in the right direction. “It's going to be significant. It’s...
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Coroner IDs woman killed in head-on crash on Route 30 Saturday

The Lancaster County coroner identified Latoia E. Williams, 41, of York as the woman killed in a Route 30 crash in West Hempfield Township on Saturday. Williams died of multiple injuries, Lancaster County Coroner Dr. Stephen Diamantoni said Wednesday. The crash occurred at 6:14 p.m., police said in a news...
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Delta variant concerns rise with local doctors

SUSQUEHANNA CO. (WOLF) — Doctors at UPMC in Susquehanna say the newly detected Delta variant of COVID-19 is a cause for concern. Warning that the variant spreads quickly and it’s infecting younger people. We’re told both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are working against the Delta variant. Doctors say a study...
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Missing | 17-Year-Old Baltimore County Girl

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - Help police find a 17-year-old girl from Baltimore County. Kyria Menno is 5’4 and weighs160 pounds. Menno was last seen wearing a black shirt, black hoody and purple/black camo pants. She went missing from the 1900 block of Maxwell Ave, 6/23/21 at around 8pm. If you have info, please call 911 or Baltimore County Police at 410-887-7320.
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Maryland man pleads guilty to misdemeanor 'parading' charge in Capitol riot

WASHINGTON — A Harford County, Maryland, man agreed to plead guilty this week to one misdemeanor count of parading in connection with the Capitol riot. Robert Reeder, 55, appeared before U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan on Wednesday with his attorney, Robert Bonsib. Reeder was arrested in February and charged with four counts, including violent entry and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building.
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