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  • State Police: York County woman resisted arrest by claiming she was too overweight to walk, refusing to get off ground.

    09/28/2020 10:09:28 PM PDT · by L.A.Justice · 21 replies
    Fox Television 43 ^ | 09/28/2020 | Keith Schweigert
    DELTA, Pa. — A York County woman is facing multiple charges, including resisting arrest, stemming from a domestic incident Sunday night in Peach Bottom Township, according to State Police. Christina Marie Surette, 48, allegedly told troopers who showed up at her home to arrest her that she was unable to walk outside due to her weight and injuries sustained in a previous car accident. She allegedly refused to get out from a couch in the basement of her home, police say.
  • Pa. names counties to watch for coronavirus cases, including some in central Pa.

    07/17/2020 4:44:33 PM PDT · by lightman · 15 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 17 July A.D. 2020 | Ron Southwick
    As coronavirus cases have been climbing in Pennsylvania, some counties are drawing attention from Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration. The Wolf administration is monitoring counties that are seeing a higher percentage of positive cases over the past week. In a news release Friday, the administration focused on several counties where more than 5 percent of those being tested are positive, a benchmark that health professionals have cited as a sign of trouble. Overall, the statewide positivity rate is 4.4 percent. But several counties have topped 5 percent, including some in central Pennsylvania. Southwestern Pennsylvania, which has seen an uptick of cases,...
  • Cumberland, York, among 12 new Pa. counties that will move to green phase of Wolf’s reopening plan June 12

    06/05/2020 11:25:20 AM PDT · by lightman · 19 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 5 June A.D. 2020 | Greg Pickel
    Twelve more Pa. counties will enter the green phase of Gov. Tom Wolf’s coronavirus reopening plan next Friday. Adams, Beaver, Carbon, Columbia, Cumberland, Juniata, Mifflin, Northumberland, Union, Wayne, Wyoming, and York counties were all designated to move out of the yellow phase at 12:01 a.m. on June 12 after spending all of next week still in the yellow phase. And, speaking of the yellow phase, every county in the state is now either in it or the green phase after Wolf’s complete stay at home order expired this morning. Remember: Most everything can reopen in the green phase, but Pa....
  • York County diners lose licenses under Gov. Wolf’s coronavirus executive order

    05/22/2020 5:45:23 PM PDT · by lightman · 33 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 22 May A.D. 2020 | Jana Benscoter
    Two Round the Clock Diner locations in York County were told their business licenses are revoked as of Friday. Written warnings were issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture on May 14 to both locations at 222 Arsenal Road and 145 Memory Lane, according to the department’s spokeswoman Shannon Powers. But, because they reopened ahead of Gov. Tom Wolf’s timeline, the state revoked both business licenses. Powers wrote in an email, "The Agriculture Department’s food safety inspectors did follow-up inspections on May 20 and found the businesses still in violation of Governor Wolf’s March 19 executive order. Both locations were...
  • Central Pa. diner reopens for dine-in service despite stay-at-home orders

    05/11/2020 3:28:38 PM PDT · by lightman · 31 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 11 May A.D. 2020 | Jimmie Brown
    The Round the Clock Diner in York has reopened its dine-in restaurant, despite Gov. Tom Wolf’s stay-at-home order. York County remains in the red phase of Pennsylvania’s reopening plan during the coronavirus pandemic. Even restaurants in counties that enter the yellow phase are still limited to take-out and delivery only, the state’s plan says. “The reason we opened is obviously to get back to some normalcy,” Christos Sacarellos, a family member of the diner’s owners said. Sacarellos said the response from customers has been “overwhelmingly awesome” as people are just happy to get out. He said the restaurant is following...
  • OP-ED: York leaders pushing for re-opening at expense of small business owners and workers

    05/10/2020 3:56:05 PM PDT · by lightman · 54 replies
    The York Dispatch ^ | 10 May A.D. 2020 | Bill Swartz
    It’s deeply disappointing and downright dangerous that some members of York County political and business leadership, including some paid by the very taxpayers that they should be protecting, are essentially encouraging York County business owners to defy the governor’s orders and open. This irresponsible defiance by some of our leaders puts business owners, their clients, their customers and the entire York community at risk of further spread of COVID-19, a deadly virus that has already killed 13 of our neighbors and sickened more than 700 York countians in recent months. This is a time when leaders must have the courage...
  • 'Witch Bottle' Discovered Under Virginia Highway

    01/24/2020 10:16:04 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 40 replies
    YouTube ^ | January 23, 2020 | WTVR CBS 6
    A glass jug found under the median of Interstate 64 in York County is believed to be a "witch bottle" left by Union soldiers during the Civil War, according to researchers.
  • York County (South Carolina) man wanted for sexual conduct with a minord

    12/12/2019 7:36:23 PM PST · by Perseverando · 12 replies
    Fox 46 Charlotte ^ | December 12, 2019 | Unattributed
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The York County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man accused of sexual conduct with a minor. The Sheriff's Office says Kevin Leonardo Guzman-Gutierrez, 24, engaged in sexual conduct with a child between the ages of 11 and 14. Guzman-Gutierrez is described as 5'5", weighing 135 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. The Sheriff's Office says he is known to frequent the Fort mill and Charlotte area. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact York County Crimestoppers at 1-877-409-4321.
  • November 5, 2019 --- The Day Democracy died in York County, PA

    11/05/2019 7:02:26 PM PST · by lightman · 26 replies
    self | 5 November A.D. 2019 | lightman
    November 5, 2019 --- The Day Democracy died in York County, PA Thank you, Jill Stein. Your unfounded allegations of election insecurity led to an unfunded mandate by the Pennsylvania Department of State requiring many counties to replace--yet again--their voting machines with systems deemed more “secure”. Thank you, Governor Tommie (“the Commie") Wolf. Your capitulation without compensation led some Counties to choose the path of least resistance and greatest inconvenience by selecting paper ballot scanners which were inefficient at best and inoperable at worst. Thank you,York County Commissioners (only one of which might return to office). You “got your Dutch...
  • DoorDash dismisses delivery driver who allegedly ate customer's barbecue ribs, dropped off food

    07/19/2019 8:10:24 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 41 replies
    FOX ^ | 07/17/2019 | By Michael Bartiromo
    FULL TITLE: DoorDash dismisses delivery driver who allegedly ate customer's barbecue ribs, dropped off food with bite marks ============================================================= A man in Pennsylvania is accusing his delivery driver of speeding off with a bellyful of barbecue. Chris Payton, of York County, claims he ordered six ribs from a local barbecue restaurant via DoorDash, only to discover that the driver had helped herself to two of the ribs, and some waffle fries, before dropping them off.
  • York Co. woman: I am joining the caravan at our southern border to welcome refugees

    11/06/2018 1:37:13 PM PST · by conservative98 · 108 replies
    York Daily Record ^ | 3:17 p.m. ET Nov. 6, 2018 | Carol Stowell
    I plan to volunteer at our Southern Border to help welcome and support refugees who are legally coming here to seek asylum. Why? Because I want these refugees to know that most Americans do care about them. I have watched with horror as leaders like Donald Trump, Scott Perry, Daryl Metcalfe and Lloyd Smucker use language like “aliens” and “illegals” and “animals” to characterize a group of people. It is racist and here are the real facts: 1. The United States has legal obligations to provide protection to those who qualify for asylum. Asylum seekers cannot be denied entry --...
  • Police seek York County judge candidate charged with domestic violence ‘punch’

    10/10/2018 9:58:18 AM PDT · by Gamecock · 13 replies
    Herald Online ^ | 10/8/2018 | ANDREW DYS
    York police have an arrest warrant for a York County Probate Court judge candidate, accused of domestic violence against her husband, according to police and court records. Diondra Chianta Love, 41, is charged with second-degree domestic violence in an Aug. 3 incident. The arrest warrant was issued Aug. 8 by a city judge in York. York’s police chief said Love has not been located. Love is a Democratic Party candidate for probate judge, county election records show. She has been entered in a national database of active warrants for arrest, said Andy Robinson, York Police Department chief. Robinson said Monday...
  • It's a first in York County: Rock Hill man accused of using pit bull to attack wife

    07/04/2018 1:17:24 AM PDT · by Norski · 24 replies
    The Herald ^ | July 3, 2018 | Andrew Dys
    A Rock Hill man has been charged with domestic violence against his wife involving — the man's pit bull. John Louis Walch, 59, is accused of opening a cage that held his pit bull in June and urging it to attack his wife, according to police and court records. Walch's wife was found under attack by the dog by responding officers, police said. Officers had to shoot the dog to stop the attack, police said. The use of a dog of any kind as a weapon in domestic violence is a first in York County, said Jenny Desch, the 16th...
  • GOP tax reform Plan will devastate York County charities

    12/04/2017 4:48:03 AM PST · by lightman · 83 replies
    York Daily Record ^ | Dec 1 A.D. 2017 | Robert J. Woods
    <p>If the tax reform proposal passed by the House of Representatives last week becomes law, 95% of current donors to nonprofit organizations, churches, and colleges will no longer be able to claim a tax deduction for their contribution. The bill passed by the House increases the standard deduction for individuals and families and will drastically reduce the number of tax filers who itemize.</p>
  • York County pastor launches campaign to unseat Scott Perry

    08/01/2017 5:51:49 PM PDT · by lightman · 18 replies
    PennLive.com ^ | 1 August A.D. 2017 | Nora Shelly
    George Scott, a 20-year military veteran and Lutheran pastor, launched his campaign to unseat third-term U.S. Rep Scott Perry for the 4th congressional district seat on Tuesday. Scott, who lives in Dillsburg, is running for the Democratic nomination. He announced his candidacy to his Harrisburg-area residents in the in the capitol rotunda, saying he would "restore sanity to our political process." It was Scott's second of four events across the district planned for Tuesday. Scott grew up on a farm in Adams County and enlisted in the Army after college. He said Tuesday he served as an Army officer in...
  • Cops: Lost couple cuts chain to enter nuclear plant property

    05/30/2016 4:38:22 PM PDT · by COBOL2Java · 79 replies
    WTOP News (Washington DC) ^ | 29 May 2016 | AP
    DELTA, Pa. (AP) — A couple who got lost in Pennsylvania while driving to New York entered the property of a nuclear plant by cutting a chain at a gate, apparently in a quest to get back on the right road, authorities said. The Chesapeake, Virginia, couple were driving from Baltimore on Friday night when they got onto an access road at the Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, owned by Exelon. The driver told police he didn’t see two “No trespassing” signs when he cut the chain on the gate, The York Daily Record (http://bit.ly/27XVuF5) reported. Exelon spokeswoman Krista Merkel...
  • Bring it on: Author says Muslim group's $30M libel suit will expose terror ties

    05/01/2013 11:58:22 AM PDT · by WXRGina · 12 replies
    Fox News ^ | May 1, 2013 | Paul Alster
    The shadowy leader of an American Muslim organization accused of running terror training camps in the U.S. could find himself being questioned under oath if his outfit follows through on its $30 million defamation suit against the Christian group that leveled the charges in a best-selling book. Muslims of the Americas, a group founded in the 1980s by elusive Pakistani Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, is suing the Christian Action Network for defamation and libel following CAN’s recent publication of the book “Twilight in America: The Untold Story of Islamist Terrorist Training Camps Inside America.” Co-authored by CAN founder Martin Mawyer...
  • Confronting Muslims of the Americas-speaker says US may be destroyed by Allah for Koran burning

    07/27/2011 5:06:39 AM PDT · by SJackson · 18 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | Jul 27th, 2011 | Ryan Mauro
    On April 16, the United Muslim-Christian Forum (UMCF) held an interfaith event in Owego, New York, featuring Christian and Muslim speakers, including the mayor of the town. Its Web site proudly hosts a photo of Binghamton Mayor Matthew T. Ryan holding a UMCF sign. Far from the model of tolerance it casts itself as, the UMCF is a front for an anti-Semitic, Islamic extremist group named Muslims of the Americas (MOA), and the keynote speaker warned that Allah will destroy whoever supports Koran burnings, and possibly the entire country. The MOA was exposed in the Christian Action Network’s (CAN) 2009...
  • Navy engineer tried to steal schematics of aircraft carrier, feds say

    12/06/2014 8:34:48 AM PST · by Patriot777 · 39 replies
    Associated Press, Fox News.com ^ | December 05, 2014 | unknown
    NORFOLK, Va. – A Navy civilian engineer has been indicted on charges he tried to steal schematics of an aircraft carrier under construction and have them sent to Egypt. Federal prosecutors said Mostafa Ahmed Awwad, 35, of Yorktown, Virginia, was arrested Friday on two counts of attempted exportation of defense articles and technical data. Prosecutors said Awwad tried to steal technical data in the designs of the USS Gerald R. Ford in late October. Awwad provided computer drawings downloaded from the Navy to an undercover FBI agent posing as an Egyptian intelligence officer. The Ford is the lead ship in...
  • Feds: Navy engineer tried to steal schematics for new carrier class

    12/06/2014 5:04:03 AM PST · by PIF · 60 replies
    Daily Press (Newport News, Va.) (TNS) ^ | By Hugh Lessig and Peter Dujardin
    A Navy engineer was arrested and charged Friday with attempting to steal plans for the Navy's most advanced aircraft carrier, now under construction at Newport News Shipbuilding. Mostafa Ahmed Awwad, 35, a York County, Va., resident who worked at Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Virginia, was indicted on two counts of attempted exportation of defense articles and technical data, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Dana J. Boente. If convicted, he faces a maximum of 20 years in prison on each count. Awwad intended to send the schematics to Egypt, authorities said. Court documents describe a saga that included...