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Jury convicts pair in brutal beating of two York City men

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A York County jury convicts two men on charges stemming from what the prosecution called, a vicious and unprovoked attack on two York City men in August 2013.  The two day trial of  Randall Lee Alloway, Jr., 32 and Thoma Richard Bradley Davis, 23, ended yesterday.

The prosecution said three men, led by Alloway, started the assault on the two victims on the front porch of the victim’s home along the 400 block of East Prospect Street.  The three men returned a second time to continue the savage attack., leaving the victims unconscious and bleeding. Both victim’s were treated at York Hospital for facial fractures.

At preliminary hearing, Alloway and Davis were positively identified by the victims and witnesses. Charges against the third man were dismissed due to insufficient identification. Court records show that Alloway was acquitted twice of aggravated assault charges in 2007 and 2009.

Both Alloway and Davis were convicted of two counts of aggravated assault and face a minimum of 5 to 10 years in prison on each count. Sentencing has been set for the end of June.




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