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Safe case pushed to January term

November 14, 2000

Safe case pushed to January term



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The case of one of five West Virginia men charged with stealing a safe containing $1.57 million in cash and valuables will be continued until the January trial term, court records show.

Bruce Lee Albright, 20, of 106 Silversmith Lane, Martinsburg, W.Va., could stand trial in January for his role in the March theft from F. Martin Lininger's office in Mercersburg, Pa., unless he enters a plea.

The other four men charged in the case have all pleaded guilty to burglary, and in exchange charges of theft, conspiracy, receiving and criminal trespassing were dropped.

John A. Bigiarelli, 21, of 1568 Cliff Drive, Martinsburg, W.Va., was sentenced to 23 months in county jail and ordered to pay restitution of about $245,000 to the owner of the safe in October.

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Kristopher Currier, 20, of 568 Rock Cliff Drive, Martinsburg, W.Va., and Charles Decker, 19, of Route 3, Box 67D, Martinsburg, W.Va. will be sentenced in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas Nov. 29. Eric Currier, 24, of 106 Appletree Garden, Ranson, W.Va., will be sentenced Dec. 6.

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