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Cumberland Woman Told Police She Sold Marijuana And Prescription Meds

CUMBERLAND, MD – On July 1, 2022, an Officer of the Cumberland Police Department observed a drug transaction between a male and female subject. The Officer witnessed a transaction of currency in exchange for a small plastic bag of suspected CDS. The female was contacted and was identified as Brittany Nicole Miller. Miller advised the Officers that she had marijuana and prescription medication in her possession. Miller was holding the currency in her hand when she was contacted.
CUMBERLAND, MD
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Norman G “Butch” Murdorf 1953~2022

Mr. Norman G “Butch” Murdorf Jr., 69, of Waynesboro, PA and formerly of Augusta, WV, passed away Monday, July 4, 2022 in Chambersburg Hospital. Born January 21, 1953 in Gettysburg, PA, he was the son of the late Norman G. Murdorf, Sr. and Agnes (Brown) Grimes. Butch made...
WAYNESBORO, PA
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