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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.

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Recent Articles
  • Police file charges against man accused of exposing, touching himself at GIANT

    HERSHEY — Derry Township Police have filed charges against a Spring Grove man who allegedly exposed and touched himself at a Giant Food Store in Hershey. The incident occurred on June 21 around 8:30 p.m. Korey Chronister, 22, is charged with indecent exposure, open lewdness and disorderly conduct, police say.

  • Woman charged in death of 10-month-old daughter

    DAUPHIN COUNTY — A 19-year-old woman facing charges in connection with the death of her 10-month-old daughter turned herself in at the Dauphin County Judicial Center Monday. Andrea Dale, of Chester County, is charged with criminal homicide and endangering the welfare of children after the infant died five days after being found unresponsive at a residence in Lower Paxton on March 1. A Lower Paxton Township detective requested that an arrest warrant be issued for Dale based on circumstances that included […]

  • Coroner identifies man who died in Cumberland County crash

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY — UPDATE: The Cumberland County Coroner has identified the man who died in Monday evening’s crash. Ralph Knight, 75, died as a result of his injuries in the crash. There is an ongoing investigation into the incident. PREVIOUSLY: One man was killed in a traffic accident on Interstate 81 Monday evening, according to the Cumberland County Coroner’s Office. The crash occurred around 5:50 p.m. near mile marker 34 in Penn Township. The 75-year-old victim was traveling southbound in a mini van when […]

  • Carson Long ends discussions with Valley Forge about potential joint venture

    PERRY COUNTY — Carson Long Military Academy announced Saturday in a letter to cadets, parents, guardians and alumni that it has ended discussions with Valley Forge Military Academy and College (VFMAC) regarding the potential joint venture between the two organizations. As a result, the U.S. Army’s Cadet Command of the academy will be notified of plans to cease operations. The letter, signed by president and CEO Stephen L. Washington and chairman of the Board of Trustees Robert C. Wood, said that […]

  • Police seek ID of soap thief in Lancaster Township

    LANCASTER COUNTY — A soap thief is on the loose in Lancaster Township, according to police. The subject (pictured above) is accused of stealing $95.92 worth of Dove Bodywash from Weis Markets Friday morning. Police say the individual had previously taken shrimp from the store as well. Anyone who can identify this subject should call Manheim Township Police at 717-569-6401 or submit a tip here.

  • Man sentenced to life in prison for murders of Harrisburg step-sisters

    HARRISBURG — The Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday that Jeremiah Battle was sentenced to consecutive terms of life imprisonment for the murders of 24-year-old Natasha Harner and 16-year-old Kaliah Dearing. The sentencing occurred shortly after Battle entered the guilty plea. Battle also pleaded guilty to burglary of an occupied residence and tampering with evidence, the district attorney’s office says. He was sentenced to a consecutive term of imprisonment of 10 to 20 years on those charges plus $55,000 in […]

  • Bicyclist killed after being struck by vehicle in York identified by coroner

    YORK COUNTY, Pa.– UPDATE: The coroner has identified the bicyclist killed in the Thursday afternoon crash. Christopher Kress, 45, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. An autopsy has been scheduled for today. PREVIOUSLY: A bicyclist was killed Thursday afternoon after being struck by a vehicle, according to a statement from the York City Police Department. Officers were dispatched to the intersection of Jessop Place and King Mills Road at 4:48 p.m. for a report of a vehicle accident. Police say […]

  • Police locate Swatara Twp. man

    DAUPHIN COUNTY — UPDATE (Friday, June 29): Police say that Farina has been located and is home safe. PREVIOUSLY: Police are attempting to locate a Swatara Township man. Police say Domonic Farina left his residence Sunday to visit a relative in Charlotte, North Carolina. Anyone with information on Farina’s whereabouts should contact Swatara Township Police Lieutenant Timothy Shatto at 717-564-2550 or 717-558-6900.

  • Police investigate theft of heat/air conditioning units from Waynesboro Hospital

    FRANKLIN COUNTY — Police are investigating a theft of multiple incremental heat/air conditioning units from Waynesboro Hospital. It was reported to police that two males backed a vehicle up to the dock at the hospital and placed the units in their vehicle on Sunday at 12:29 p.m. and 2:20 p.m. Anyone with information on the suspects or suspect vehicle should contact Waynesboro Police at 717-762-2131.