REDUCE HER BAIL!
Remember the below story about Annie Beiler (click here)? She hired someone to debark her dogs at her puppy mill. Her bail was $1,000 unsecured. Ashley Gaston is in jail on $50,000 cash bail.
This whole thing borders on the absurd and DA Craig Stedman trying to look good. The DA’s office “wrapped” this whole thing up in a matter of hours but if you see my initial post this morning – there are three shooters on the loose and not a word from the DA!
Annie Beiler Ashley Gaston
$1,000 UNSECURED bail $50,000 CASH bail
*** The police have charged her (click here for the police press release).
** The police came and took the dog.
* So I will post the video of the woman kicking the dog mentioned in the comments that is going “viral.” Why does this evoke outrage but a gun fight on a busy street during broad daylight does not?
THREE SHOOTERS ON THE LOOSE!
Apparently shooting someone and staying on the scene is becoming the way to avoid charges in Lancaster County.
Posted on May 16th on this site (click here for the original).
In less than a month and a half, three people who shot another person have not been arrested or charged.
— On Saturday, April 27th, Tony Torrellas was shot multiple times and killed. His killer has not been named nor charged. The DA’s office has offered no explanation. On Monday, April 29th, LNP quoted DA spokesman Brett Hambright as follows:
And there has been absolutely no further information or mention of this homicide.
— On Monday, May 13th a man was shot and there was this from the police press release (click here):
And there has been absolutely no further information or mention of this shooting.
— Yesterday, the Lancaster Police announced the arrest and charges against Adedolapo Patrick Olaniyi, who was shot multiple times in what has been described as a “gun fight.”
The person or persons who shot him have not been arrested.
District Attorney Craig Stedman needs to immediately inform and explain to the public the “logic” and legal explanation behind allowing shooters to go free. Was it self-defense in all three cases? When is it legal to shoot – and in one case kill – another person?
The public needs answers now!