Suspects in York County Church Robbery in Custody

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Two Maryland brothers, wanted in connection with a December 2012, robbery at a southern York County church are now in custody. Victor  Sorrentino, 57, turned himself into Southern Regional Police Tuesday morning.  He was arraigned and sent to York County Prison in lieu of $50,000 bail.  His 54-year-old brother, Gregory, is currently in Baltimore County, Maryland awaiting extradition to York County.

nVictor Gregory Sorrentino

The Sorrentino brothers are accused of stealing a wallet from a 78-year-old woman.  It happened during a Christmas Eve service at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in New Freedom Borough. The victim told police that she saw one of the suspects take the wallet from her purse.

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  • HowIgnorantRU?

    I say we deport them to MD and banish them from PA. Now we have to pay taxes to try and house them in a PA prison. MD can decide to imprison them or let them run wild in MD to commit crimes.

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