BACKYARD BROADCASTING LOCAL NEWS MARCH 29, 2021

LANCERS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP

Loyalsock, the first public school to win the AAA crown in 10 years, with a young basketball program that started in 1963. Four players scored in double figures, Loyalsock lancers defeated Brookville, 75-53, and captured the lancers first state championship.

ATTEMPTED AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

An attempted murder charge was dismissed in Lycoming County Court when a Harrisburg man was sentenced for attempted aggravated assault instead. According to northcentralpa.com Ejuan J. Cosby, 23, was sentenced on March 18 by Lycoming County Judge Marc F. Lovecchio to a minimum of six years and a maximum of 12 years in state prison for his involvement in the 2019 Williamsport shooting occurred during the early morning hours of Feb. 9, at the Mini Mart, 1037 High Street.

CHILD ABUSE

An Avis man charged with strangling and assaulting a three-month-old child on Feb. 10 in Avis borough, recently posted $250,000 monetary bail. According to northcentralpa.com, Aaron George Jeffery Confer, 22, is charged with multiple felonies by Pine Creek Township Police. confer waived his preliminary hearing before Magisterial District Judge Keith G. Kibler on Tuesday, March 23 and He is scheduled for a formal arraignment in the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas on April 26.

FELONY DRUG ARREST

A Williamsport man sold heroin to an undercover detective and it bought him a minimum of nine months in county jail. Ralph  claude green, 27, was sentenced to a minimum of 9 months and a maximum of 24 month for one felony count of delivery of a controlled substance. The sentence, handed down by Lycoming County President Judge Nancy L Butts on March 12.

TERRORISTIC THREATS

Racial slurs, terroristic threats and disorderly conduct, all directed at a Hispanic clerk and another customer, were reported by Milton police at the Sunoco A-Plus in Milton. Omar A. Sellars, 42, of Milton, is now facing multiple misdemeanors. Charges filed by Milton patrolman Daniel Zettelmoyer II include three misdemeanor counts of terroristic threats which were filed in the Milton office of District Judge Michael Diehl.

 

 

 

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