WHERE IS THE COVERAGE?Posted on January 17th, 2013 3 comments
LNP: LEAVING THE
PUBLIC IN DANGER!
Where is the Lancaster Newspaper’s coverage of the brutal unsolved murder of 83-year-old Erma Kaylor on May 16th, 2012? Where is it? Where is their coverage of all of the other unsolved murders since Keith Sadler became the Chief of Police? Where is their coverage of all the unsolved crimes?
How can a news organization leave the public in this kind of danger?
Please check back later today.
3 responses to “WHERE IS THE COVERAGE?”
Ernie Schreiber, executive editor of Lancaster Newspapers, called the system a step forward in police communication with residents that he hopes will expand. He was disappointed in the lack of timeliness of the information and the lack of participation by many departments.
From today’s article, “Online mapping system shows criminal activity in Lancaster County.”
This man is a liar and a hypcrite!
carol power January 17th, 2013 at 13:43
Don’t you wonder if Emma Kaylor’s murder and the guy on West walnut street are robberies gone wrong? Because I did read about how people knock to see if your home and enter if you do not answer the door. I don’t always answer the door if I don’t know them, but I have a dog with a scary bark. Maybe the police should let the public know if robbery could be the motive or if it’s personal.
Carol, interesting you bring that up – that’s my afternoon piece! I don’t know about Allan Wayne Hess – but it does relate to Erma Kaylor!