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Arrests made in robbery, stabbing


Three people have been charged for a robbery police say they set up to get even on a heroin debt. It happened in West Manheim Township, York County, on January 23rd. Aaron Jackson and his girlfriend, Shannon Storm were shopping at the north Hanover Walmart and they called a friend asking for a ride to Jackson’s home in Taneytown, Maryland. That friend, Allison Pattison, agreed and arranged to pick up Jackson and Storm at 9pm. Pattison arrived with two people the couple did not know, Cory Clark and Casey Malinowski.

While driving in the area of Black Rock Road and Frogtown Road, Clark punched Jackson in the head, pulled out a knife and demanded money.  A struggle over the knife ensued inside the vehicle and Jackson’s hand was severely lacerated causing nerve damage and requiring stitches. As Pattison briefly stopped the vehicle on Frogtown Road, Storm was able to get out of the vehicle and flee on foot while Jackson continued to struggle with Clark inside the car over the knife.  Pattison then continued to drive onto Fuhrman Mill Road and back onto Frogtown Road where Clark told Pattison to stop so he could “search” Jackson.

Jackson ran from the vehicle but fell on the icy road.  Clark caught up to him and again threatened him with the knife and demanded money. Jackson handed over $100.00 and Clark got back into the vehicle and left.  Jackson walked about a half mile to a house and called 911. Storm used her cell phone to call for a ride.  Investigators located blood and signs of a struggle in the snow along Frogtown Road in the area described by Jackson.  The vehicle used in the robbery, owned by Clark’s mother, was searched and blood was recovered from the rear seat area.

Investigators learned the robbery was set up by Pattison, Clark and Malinowski because Pattison was shorted by Storm and Jackson in prior heroin deals.

West Manheim Township Police filed charges of robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, aggravated assault, simple assault, terroristic threats, theft and receiving stolen property against:

Amanda Pattison

Amanda Michele Pattison – 20   66 Gardenia Drive, Hanover PA currently in Adams County Prison for probation violation on prior charges.

Casey Malinowski

Casey Malinowski

Casey Bryant Malinowski – 23   36 Savior Drive, Hanover PA currently in Adams County Prison for probation violation on prior charges.

Cory Clark

Cory Clark

Cory Andrew Clark – 26 – 1484 Fire Hall Road, Spring Grove PA.  Warrants issued not yet in custody.


5 Comments to “Arrests made in robbery, stabbing”

    counsler said:
    February 13, 2014 at 2:04 PM

    MyTakeOnIt,would of thought it was staged! DUMB,thinks he is smart.Imagine him as a investigater.STUPID!

      Joe said:
      February 13, 2014 at 2:32 PM

      I will say this for my friendly opponent, he can write proper English. Something, "counsler", you cannot. BTW, your moniker is spelled wrong. It is counselor. Now, sir, you may rethink DUMB and STUPID!

    counselor said:
    February 13, 2014 at 4:12 PM

    Sounds like they are lovers ,do you think so counsler?

    Bobby JO said:
    February 13, 2014 at 4:19 PM

    What is with the English?

      Kelly said:
      February 13, 2014 at 4:56 PM

      I wish I knew,the English Professors at work act strange sometimes.

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