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  • Curwensville man accused of burning vehicle used in ...

    Jun 14, 2018 | via The Progress 

    Joseph C. Ralston III, 38, of Curwensville, who is accused of participating in the burning of a vehicle used in the murder of Chase Anderson, 19, of Curwensville, had his request to have his bail reduced from $50,000 monetary bail denied by President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman Tuesday at motions court. Ralston is charged with reckless burning or exploding-automobile and criminal conspiracy-reckless burning or exploding, both of which are felonies of the third degree; and tamper with/fabricate evidence, a misdemeanor of the second degree.


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