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New Castle News (Newspaper) - May 2, 2015, New Castle, Pennsylvania May 2-3,2015 Castle $190 Worth of coupons in today s paper since 1880 vol. 135 no. 208 newsstand $1.25 Meach Johnson celebrates yesterday after state s attorney Marilyn j. Mosby announced criminal charges against All six officers suspended after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal spinal injury while in police custody in to Relief six officers charged Baltimore a rage turned to Relief in Baltimore yesterday when the City Stop prosecutor charged six police officers with felonies ranging from assault to murder in the death of Freddie Gray. States attorney Marilyn Mosby said Gray a arrest was illegal and unjustified and that his neck was broken because he was handcuffed shackled and placed head first into a police Van where his pleas for medical attention were repeatedly ignored As he bounced around inside the Small Metal Box. The swiftness of her announcement less than a Day after receiving the police departments internal review and official autopsy results took the City by Surprise. So too did her detailed description based in part on her offices Independent investigation of the evidence supporting probable cause to charge All six officers with felonies. The police had no reason to Stop or Chase after Gray Mosby said. They falsely accused him of having an illegal switchblade when in fact it was a Legal pocketknife. The Van Driver and the other officers failed to strap him Down with a Seatbelt a direct violation of department policy and they ignored Gray s repeated pleas for medical attention even rerouting the Van to pick up another passenger. Relief Page a6 Parent finds Lindy close to Mohawk state police Are treating a body found yesterday morning in the Mohawk area As a homicide. No other information was available yesterday afternoon. Classes were in session Only for a Short time in the Mohawk area school District before the discovery prompted lock Down Mode. The action was taken after a body was discovered along a berm on Quarry Road near the school. School officials said the body was discovered just before 9 a m. By a Parent driving an elementary student to school. The Parent notified school officials and police. The lock Down lasted about two and a half hours and ended Between 11 15 and 11 30 a.m., superintendent or. Kathleen Kwolek said. During the lock Down classes were held As usual. The Only activity that was different from the Normal routine was that no travel was allowed Between buildings and there was no other outside activity such As physical education she said. Body Page a2 Preston opens new Dealership monday by Mary Grzebieniak new Castle news Mary grab Ianuali news Kevin left and Bobby Preston show off a 2015 Corvette Stingray Coupe in front of their family s new Dealership which will open monday in Neshannock township. On monday the Preston family will Mark a new Milestone. The Preston will open their new pm superstore at the Corner of Wilmington and Mitchell roads in Neshannock town ship. Bobby Preston a co owner of the business said it will be one of Only two dealerships in Pennsylvania that has All four pm brands under one roof. Chevrolet bricks Gumc and Cadillac vehicles will be featured. During the last several months the approximately 23,000 Square foot state of the Art facility has taken shape at the highly visible location at 3510 Wilmington Road. Construction began in Early fall of 2014 on the site which was selected by general motors after it surveyed the new Castle area Preston then bought the land from pm. The general contractor was Gale Measels construction. The building is angled on the lot giving it a a lot More frontage Quot said Bob Preston. Once the transition is Complete. The opening will result in 40 to 50 new full time employees Between the new store and Preston a current location at police officers dog acted appropriately everyone was following the rules. But when it was Over Shenan go township police shot a dog who bit another officer while protecting his Home. The officer treated at Jameson Hospital for the dog bite and an injury to his knee has begun treatment for rabies. The dog taken to his vet is under quarantine but expected to make a full recovery. Sgt. Darren Cwynar the officer in charge said police were called to 108 e. Treser ave., in South new Castle Borough just before noon on thursday to respond to an automatic burglar alarm. Seeing the door to the House open Cwynar said officers entered to Check the residence. The Lawrence county assessment office said the property is owned by William and Jodi Par Dick. An attempt to Contact the family was unsuccessful. Cwynar said the two officers went into the basement of the Home where they encountered a dog. He said the dog bit one of the officers in the leg and lunged at the second officer who shot the animal. Cwynar said the officers actions followed protocol. Quot we get a Call see a door open we go in. Of there is a dog there and it attacks it is permissible to shoot it. A but the dog was doing its Job too. Strangers a in this Case police a entered its Home came into the basement where it was and he was defending his the dog s owner took the animal to the veterinarian he said. Dog Page a2 Preston Page a2 obituaries Dominie Crist 80, Ohi Oville a. Donald e. Heasley 78, Shawsville Ohio Ronnie r Jones 62, new Castle Michael Doug Manos 47, Edinburg Anthony Joseph Rocca 55, new Castle see Page a5 weekend edition 8 30199 00006 a wow coi classified c1-d4 a real estate c3-c4 a puzzles d3 a Horoscope c6 Community c1-c2 comics b4 opinion a4 sports b1-b3we can help. Call or email us amp a insurance group 713 Wilmington Avenue a new Castle a 16101 724 658-7713 a Erie insurance need insurance is 320 Niqi tit Lirar w in to Tow k Cwm a a a we in we j a a a

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