Sean joined the news team in July 2017 as a digital content producer. Originally from Maryland, Sean made his way up to The Keystone State in 2011 as a York College of Pennsylvania student. He is a ’15 graduate of the college and now resides in York County.

Twitter: @sean_naylor


Recent Articles
  • Police: 37-year-old man taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after being shot in Lancaster Co.

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — Update: A 37-year-old man was injured after being shot once in the side while working on his car in the 1600 block of Chadwick Circle on Thursday, according to police. Police say three vehicles and a residence were also struck by gunfire that afternoon. The man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, police add. There’s no further word on his condition. Anyone with information should contact Manheim Township Police at 717-569-6401. You can also […]

  • CT man wanted for drug distribution that resulted in death of child in PA arrested in his home state

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa. — A Connecticut man wanted in Pennsylvania for the distribution of drugs that resulted in the death of a three-year-old child was arrested and charged as a fugitive from justice in his home state Friday. Thomas Keogh was wanted by State Police on numerous felony charges: corrupt organizations, manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or distribute, drug delivery resulting in death, and criminal use of a communication facility. State Police sent Connecticut authorities a copy […]

  • Lancaster man accused of pulling out firearm, threatening juvenile during argument

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — A Lancaster man is accused of pulling out a firearm and threatening a juvenile during an argument. The incident occurred around 12:40 a.m. Sunday in a parking lot near Livingston Lane, Lancaster Township. During the argument, 37-year-old Matthew Raeford allegedly retrieved a firearm, racked the slide and reportedly told the victim, “I got something for you.” When officers arrived, Raeford was found in possession of a firearm magazine that was loaded. Police also observed a marijuana […]

  • York man who didn’t update sex offender registration arrested by U.S. Marshals Service

    YORK — The U.S. Marshals Service apprehended a man who didn’t update his sex offender registration. Jorge Jiminez-Colon, 35, was convicted on March 2017 for indecent assault, an offense that required he register as a sex offender for 10 years. Earlier his month, York City Police detectives learned that the man lived and worked in York and didn’t update the registration. An arrest warrant charging Jiminez-Colon with failing to register as a sex offender was obtained by York City Police […]

  • PSU AD Barbour, head coach Franklin address transfer portal at Big Ten Media Days

    CHICAGO — Since the Citrus Bowl, more than 10 players have left Penn State via the transfer portal. The portal is in its first season of use and the university’s athletic director, Sandy Barbour, is an advocate of it, but admit some mistakes were made. “I think there is a lot about the portal that we didn’t full think out,” she said. “I don’t think the portal is the problem but it was exasperated the problem by making it very […]

  • DA’s Office provides more info. in regards to Dauphin County inmate’s arrest, time in prison and hospitilization

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Dauphin County District Attorney Fran Chardo provided more information in regards to Tyrique Riley’s June 18 arrest and his time in Dauphin County Prison, as well as leading up to his hospitalization (June 26) and death on July 1. PennLive was first to report the news. District Attorney Chardo confirmed the below information with FOX43 Friday. Riley, 21, was arrested on June 18 and charged with aggravated and simple assault — court documents show — after […]

  • PennDOT: I-83 northbound lanes at Exit 4 (PA 851 – SHREWSBURY) are now open

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Update: All lanes are open, said PennDOT spokesperson Fritzi Schreffler. Previous: A single-vehicle crash has closed down the northbound lanes of Interstate 83 at Exit 4 (PA 851 – SHREWSBURY), according to PennDOT. PennDOT spokesperson Fritzi Schreffler said that a car struck a crash-impact attenuator. Schreffler added that debris needs to be cleaned up and a crash truck will have to be in place until the the attenuator can be replaced. There’s no word on how […]

  • Man charged, 3 teens referred to community panel in connection with vandalism of park in Ephrata

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — A 22-year-old man faces charges and three teenagers have been referred to a community panel in connection with the vandalism of Grater Community Park in Ephrata, according to police. Police investigated the reported vandalism on July 5 around 9:30 p.m. Police say vandals damaged a park sign, bleachers and a bench, and ripped a soap dispenser and paper towel holder off the wall in the restroom. A witness assisted police with identifying and locating the suspects. […]

  • Police identify victims in deadly Lancaster stabbing; suspect also identified and in custody

    LANCASTER, Pa. — UPDATE, 11:25 a.m.: Police have charged James Michael Sterbinsky, 59, of the 500 block of High Street, with two counts of criminal homicide and one count of attempted criminal homicide in the incident. Sterbinsky is related to the three victims, two of whom died in the attack. Police have identified the deceased as Christine Ross, 53, who is Sterbinsky’s sister, and Autumn Ross, 20, who is his niece. Sterbinsky’s nephew, Christopher Jacyszyn, 33, was also stabbed in […]

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