This week's local crime and court updates from The Sentinel.
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State Police at Carlisle said the incident started on I-81 south about 11:30 a.m. Thursday.
The dispute has held up certification of primary results and created problems for a Republican state House member who has just filed a lawsuit seeking to withdraw from his reelection contest.
State Police at Carlisle reported that they are searching the area of the 1200 block of the Harrisburg Pike in Middlesex Township for a man last seen on foot.
The missing woman was the source of obsession of Larry Burns, 59, of Chambersburg, who would later be charged in a double homicide that occurred the day she went missing.
Prosecutors also accused Rudolph’s girlfriend and manager of his Pittsburgh-area dental franchise, Lori Milliron, of lying to a federal grand jury about the case and her relationship with Rudolph.
Pennsylvania State Police reported that Upper Allen Township Police is searching for a missing man they believe may be at "special risk of harm or injury."
Police said the bills had the label "copy money" on them.
Munoz has been charged with receiving stolen property, firearms not to be carried without a license, possession of a small amount of marijuana and other charges.
The report was given to the borough council almost a month ago. The release Friday drew criticism from Bility's family and from groups that demanded police reforms following the shooting.
The four victims were pronounced dead shortly after the crash. Eleven other children were riding in the trailer and many of them were injured.
Two troopers observed a disturbance on the sidewalk outside the Franklin Mini-Mart, state police said. As the troopers approached, a suspect ran into the store and the troopers followed.
Through the agreement, Energy Transfer will pay for independent water testing, review of residents' water and $10 million in improved water quality projects.