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  • *** – ** – TWO MEN REPORTEDLY SHOT LAST NIGHT IN CITY

    Posted on September 17th, 2018 Becky 4 comments

    —   I have seen at least two GoFundMe pages set up for Ricardo Avenia, who was killed by police last night, and his family. Give with care and try to contact the page administrator to make sure it is valid and approved by the family.

    ***    Kevin M. Ressler, who ran for mayor, on his Facebook page.

     

    **  The latest release from the DA’s office. Stedman stated, “We do not anticipate releasing additional info today.”

    *    There is a GoFundMe page for the victim in last night’s police involved shooting – click here.

    ONE MAN DEAD
    OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING

    “The person inside is deceased.” Officer Thomas said in relation to the shooting on Pershing Ave. Here were his statements at 1:30AM, affirming the death of he victim.Follow the hashtag #justiceformacho to see what your community is saying. Unfortunately, I couldn’t stay on the scene longer and just arrived home. Follow your local news for updates, and I will share information as it comes. This shooting is currently under investigation as of posting this clip. Love one another.

    Posted by See-Thru City – Lancaster, PA on Monday, September 17, 2018

     

    4 responses to “*** – ** – TWO MEN REPORTEDLY SHOT LAST NIGHT IN CITY”

    1. Why, it’s almost as if mayor Dick was still the mayor!

    2. Lancaster has enacted enough new laws that “nothing to see here, move along” is pretty much etched in stone now. Don’t expect anything more.

    3. And because of these laws, they will always be suspect no matter what they end up saying. By no means am I saying that what they say now is untrue. It’s just that they’ve set up a system that makes them suspect no matter what the outcome.

    4. As part of the Incident Command Structure (ICS) of the National Incident Management System (NIMS), all questions from the general public are to be addressed to the Public Information Officer (PIO) at a scene. This is handled through press conferences, as the PIO is normally the Chief of Police, unless otherwise designated. If everyone involved with crowd control at a scene were to give out their version of the story, the “whisper-down-the-lane” effect would take place, causing the spread of mis-information, aka “fake news.”