Recent Crime News
9 hrs ago | via Evening Sun
Less than 24 hours after the trunk of his car was set on fire, Hanover resident Jim Crowder feels no anger toward the man accused of igniting it. "He's obviously got some trouble in his life," said the 72-year-old Crowder. Comment?
Yesterday | via Evening Sun
A 20-year-old Hanover man has been charged with 20 criminal counts in connection to nine fires that burned in May in Hanover Borough and Penn Township. Derek Graham, of the first block of McAllister Street, was charged with four counts of attempted criminal homicide, seven counts of arson and related offenses and nine counts of recklessly endangering another person, according to Hanover Borough police documents. Comment?
Yesterday | via WPMT-TV York
A Hanover man, Derek Raymond Graham, 20, has been arrested in a series of arson fires over night and this morning in the Borough. Graham was arrested with the help of a citizen shortly before 1:00 pm this afternoon. Comment?
Thursday | via WPMT-TV York
Police in Hanover are investigating two overnight vehicle fires that they determined were set intentionally. A third vehicle fire was reported Thursday afternoon. Comment?
Thursday | via WGAL-TV Lancaster
Twenty-year-old man Derek Raymond Graham of Hanover is charged in seven suspicious fires that were set over the last few weeks. Twenty-year-old man Derek Raymond Graham of Hanover is charged in seven suspicious fires that were set over the last few weeks. Comment?
Thursday | via York Dispatch
A Hanover man faces charges of attempted homicide and arson for allegedly setting a series of fires in Hanover and Penn Township during the past few weeks. Derek Raymond Graham, 20, was arraigned Thursday and incarcerated on $250,000 bail, according to a news release from Hanover Police. Comment?
Monday Apr 27 | via Evening Sun
Moments after watching Robert A. Sawyer be sentenced for the October 2011 Route 30 crash that claimed her daughter's life, Mary Ellen Kiernan walked up behind the defense table and hugged him. Outside the sixth floor York County Judicial Center courtroom, Kiernan, the mother of Helen Hammes, repeated what she had told Judge Thomas H. Kelley VI. Comment?
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