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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland O 67 q 58 Cloudy showers acc weather forecast on 8asurveillance Laws revive two Day lapse ends with Obama signing Bill see Page two w a Cumberland a a times a new fifa head Steps Down latter resigns Days after re election see sports 3b a vol. 76 no. 152 serving Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia Cumberland Maryland i wednesday june 3,2015 daily single copy $1.001 sunday $2.00 judge interrogations inadmissible in trial for double stabbing police delayed Reading suspect his Miranda rights Greg Urry Kaka Yrttima s of Isit a a judge Timothy Finan ruled tuesday that some statements Given by Ralph Faith accused in a january double stabbing will be inadmissible during trial due to questionable interviewing protocols used by police and detectives. Tuesdays proceedings at circuit court were to hear a defense motion to suppress All of faiths statements Given to police immediately following the stabbing incident. Faith 26, of Cumberland has been charged in the Jan. 29 stabbing death of Christopher Wigington and for knife wounds suffered by a second victim Tracey Dawn Harris. The incident occurred in an East first Street apartment. Faith who has pleaded not guilty is being held at the Allegany county detention Center see judge �?2a Ralph Faith literacy night at the Library Victoria Koernert times news Deb Kolb of the Judy Center reads to area children during literacy night which was hosted by the South Cumberland Library on Pennsylvania Avenue tuesday evening. The Judy Center works with children from birth to age 5 to ensure school readiness. The Allegany county Library systems summer Reading club will meet every wednesday at 2 . From june 17 through aug. 5. For More information visit . Hackworth to take Over As Hampshire superintendent position previously held in Mineral county from summer 2002 to 2011 a skip Hackworth Only candidate Marla Pisciotta i no Umi s m whom Romney. . A effective july i Tilden a a skip Hackworth will take Over As superintendent of the Hampshire county school system. The decision was announced by the Board monday night following a one hour executive session. Hackworth will be making $104,000 a year with no benefits. Current superintendent Marianna leones contract was not renewed by the Board. Hackworth the interviewed was superintendent of Mineral county schools from the summer of 2002 through june 30, 2011. Before working in Mineral county Hackworth was the executive director of the jobs for West Vir Ginia graduates program. Prior to that he served As the superintendent of pleasant county schools from 1998 to 2001, and from 1996 to 1997, served As the superintendent of Calhoun county schools. In 2007, Hackworth received the West Virginia music educators association award for exceptional educator supporting All the arts in general with emphasis in music. Hackworth spent 41 years in the West Virginia Public school system see Hackworth a 2a Shawn Dilly meets All standards in evaluation Elaine Blaisdell he aim it la Mes news a m Keyser . A Mer being the Mineral county schools superintendent for about a year. Shawm Dilly has met or exceeded All standards of the superintendent evaluation. Per state code the Mineral county Board of education met in executive session monday to evaluate Dilly on nine categories. The Board is required to evaluate the performance of the superintendent annually on his Success in improving student achievement generally across the county. Dilly was also evaluated on Community relations school finance personnel relations curricular standards and programs and Overall leadership of the school District As Indi see Dilly �?2afield of candidates narrowed in search for county health officer seven physicians certified by state will proceed to next step in process Matthew Bieniek Zbik Nikki la mks Ninx set it m Cumberland state health officials have certified seven candidates As qualified for the Job of Allegany county health officer county officials said tuesday. The health officer is the county Stop medical offi Cial and Heads the Allegany county health department. Or. Sue Raver retired As health officer at the end of april after More than a decade in that position. Pat Panuska is serving As acting health officer until a new health officer is hired. Panuska previously served As Deputy health officer. The state and county collaborate on hiring a new health officer so the process can be slow. The deadline for applications was May 22, and candidates must then be certified by the Maryland department of health see Field a 2a series of vehicle break ins ends with three in custody one adult two juveniles arrested in connection with the thefts citizens tips Lead to charges Jeffrey Alderton Kim i >1 Kurt a Umi s in whom Cumberland a an adult and two youths Ages 13 and 15, were apprehended Early tuesday after a input from citizens factored in their arrests. All three defendants were believed to be responsible for breaking into at least 13 vehicles and possibly More in the Bowling Green and Cresaptown areas sunday and monday nights. The arrests were made by the Allegany county sheriffs office while following up on information that the suspects were possibly youths from the Cresaptown area who were Riding bicycles. At the time of the arrest one of the suspects was carrying a Backpack full of numerous items believed to have a police log been removed appears on from the Vehi-page1b Des. The goods included Money knives lighters and personal items that were apparently stolen after a clothes Hanger was used to enter locked vehicles. Police charged 18-year-old Nathan Michael Tallman of Cresaptown with 13 counts of tampering with vehicles and 13 counts of theft and conspiracy to commit theft. He was being processed for arrest late tuesday morning. The youths were placed in the custody of juvenile authorities following the arrests. The sheriffs office was continuing to receive complaints of entered vehicles tuesday morning. It. Randy Cutter operations supervisor of the sheriffs office said two citizens provided crucial information that factored in the arrests. 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