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Stephen D. Robinson, 26, pleaded guilty in Cumberland County Court Monday to one count of aggravated assault for hitting a clerk in the head with a water pitcher. After Judge Edward Guido revoked Robinson's parole and committed him to prison, Cumberland County Deputy Sheriff Shawn Harrison reached for Robinson's hand to cuff him and take him into custody. Comment?
The 72-year-old Snuka was charged with third-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter in the death of Nancy L. Argentino in 1983. Argentino, 23, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was pronounced dead May 11, 1983, after authorities were called to a Whitehall Township hotel room. Comment?
She was born in San German, Puerto Rico. Her family said she had "a roving intellect and the capacity for rigorous study." Comment?
Robert S. Gilmore, 20, of Brooklyn, will be sentenced March 10 after a Cumberland County jury found him guilty of charges that include attempted first-degree murder, conspiracy and aggravated assault. Robert S. Gilmore , 21, of Brooklyn, New York had his sentence for criminal homicide reduced to 12 A1 2 to 25 years for the shooting on West Pomfret Street that injured 16-year-old Jayonna Pope during the attack. Comment?
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane's office announced the arrest of a Lancaster man and seven others on separate insurance fraud charges. Geico Insurance settled a claim with Angel Luise Carrasco-Rivera, 53, after he reported damage to the left side of his motorcycle in November of 2011, Kane's office said Thursday. Comment?
As FIFA leaders gathered for a meeting in Zurich on Wednesday, Swiss law enforcement officials arrived at the five-star Baur au Lac hotel unannounced to arrest some of highest-ranking soccer officials in the world , at the request of the U.S. Department of Justice. An indictment was unsealed early Wednesday morning in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, charging 14 defendants with racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering conspiracies, among other offenses. Comment?
The latest individual arraigned in U.S. Middle District Court in a major drug case that is cloaked in secrecy because the indictment remains under seal is under court supervision due to charges in Perry County. That was revealed Thursday when Caine Weidler appeared by video before Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson who ordered him detained on charges of conspiracy and distribution of controlled substances. Comment?
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