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MAN ACQUITTED OF WILDLIFE CHARGE
A Geistown man who, along with his wife, nursed a fawn for 11 days has been acquitted of unlawful possession of game or wildlife.
Gregory Joseph Pavlosky, 48, of the 100 block Clayton Drive, was found not guilty Thursday by District Judge Max Pavlovich of Richland Township.
Pavlosky and his wife found the fawn May 22 on the Route 56 Expressway.
The state game commission, which filed the charges, had told The Tribune-Democrat when the incident came to light that it had taken action because Pavlosky didn’t return the fawn as requested to the area where it was found.
Pavlosky told the newspaper he had followed the request and put the fawn off to the side of the road but later received a call from a friend that the animal was on the expressway again. Pavlosky said he took the fawn for fear it would be killed by a vehicle or cause an accident.
Convicted killer Michael Roseboro has asked a state appeals court for a new trial, or at least a hearing, because two jurors communicated with friends on Facebook during the trial.
Today’s Intell/New Era article, “Roseboro appeals,” (click here).
Darn Facebook! This comes as no surprise – and it’s entirely possible the state court will take a different stand on this issue. Will Mike get another day in court?
GETTING IT ONLINE?
A commenter to this site noted that the Lancaster Newspapers are going to start charging people reading their obituaries in certain cases. As an e-Editions subscriber, I have tried to pull up a number of pages recently only to find the message, “This file could not be found.” That is true of page B1 in today’s paper and I am not amused. They need to clean up their act – or offer a refund!
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