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7 hrs ago | ABA Journal
A Pennsylvania attorney who recently made headlines as part of former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky's defense team is facing a criminal probe of his own.
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11 hrs ago | ABC 27
Michael Shoemaker, 40, tried to take the woman's medication by striking her in the back of the head Thursday afternoon in the 100 block of N. East Street, borough police said.
11 hrs ago | ABC 27
Lebanon County District Attorney Dave Arnold confirmed he is on the scene of the incident at 714 Fox Ridge Lane.
13 hrs ago | PennLive.com
A Carlisle man was arrested Friday after a woman told police he struck her in the back of her head and attempted to steal her prescription medication.
"It is with a heavy heart and great humility that I make this statement to the public," Karl Rominger said in a statement released on his Facebook page.
"She messaged all of us and said abc27 did this news segment on this CV Hates page, and I was surprised at first," said Becky Marcus, ITO leader.
Each year, the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance features some of the most remarkable automobiles in the world, but this year it will host a true monster.
John Philip Patterson, 43, raped and assaulted the woman in her Middletown home in July, then told her not to tell anyone because it was their secret, police said in a news release Friday.
A Mountville teen has been arrested for a home burglary where about $1,500 worth of electronics was stolen from a Warwick Township home.
Carlisle police are looking to arrest 19-year-old Robert Stephone Gilmore after he was identified by police as one of the two individuals involved in last month's shooting on Pomfret Street in Carlisle.
Staples which calls itself the world's largest office products company has announced the closing of 225 of its North American stores by the end of next year.
Some say the situation in Ukraine is causing the most tense relations between the United States and Russia since the Cold War.
The event, held each year conjunction with National Crime Victims' Rights Week, is intended to raise awareness of the organization's programs, as well as honor and recognize victims of crime.