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NEWS
May 17, 2000
A 14-year-old who admitted stealing a camera from Williamsport High School in March will be detained at the Noyes Detention Center in Rockville, Md., until he can be placed in a suitable juvenile facility. Housed at the Cedar Ridge Children's Home near Clear Spring for about 17 months, the teenager has amassed more allegations of delinquency while there, it was learned during a Washington County Juvenile Court hearing Wednesday. Assistant Washington County State's Attorney Bill Hayden said there was a burglary allegation and a possible attempted escape.
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NEWS
September 24, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A Missouri man was being held in Eastern Regional Jail after he allegedly was seen viewing child pornography Friday while on an Amtrak train, according to a press release from the Martinsburg Police Department. Brian Wayne Hohenstreet, 38, of Brentwood, Mo., was charged with one felony count of distribution and exhibiting of material depicting minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct, according to the release. A jail official said Hohenstreet was being held Saturday morning on $10,000 cash bond.
NEWS
December 28, 2009
o For updated weather forecasts, road conditions and school closures or delays, go to The Herald-Mail Accuweather Nicky Noel, 6, facing camera, hurls a snowball at his sister Caitlyn Noel, 9, Monday afternoon outside their Hagerstown home. More snow is in the forecast for later this week and into the weekend.
NEWS
January 18, 2009
Austin Marquis said he took this photo last summer from his home on Lincoln Avenue in Hagerstown. He said he took it with a Kodak video camera and then froze the frame. He said he thinks lightning is cool and he wanted to get a shot of it.
NEWS
By DON AINES | January 17, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A man charged with surreptitiously photographing at least one co-worker in the restroom of the business where they worked has waived his mandatory arraignment in Franklin County Court and was listed for the March trial term. Andrew Edward Gahagan, 33, formerly of Chambersburg, is charged with four misdemeanor counts of second-degree invasion of privacy. His attorney, Eric J. Weisbrod, said his client, who has since moved out of the area, waived his Wednesday arraignment by mail.
NEWS
by CANDICE BOSELY | December 4, 2004
martinsburg@herald-mail.com MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A Harpers Ferry, W.Va., man was charged Friday with placing a hidden camera in his bathroom so he could record his roommate getting ready to take showers, according to records filed in Berkeley County Magistrate Court. Allen Gibson, 56, of 840 Kidwiler Road, was charged with 12 misdemeanor counts of criminal invasion of privacy. West Virginia State Police Trooper M.L. Dickerson started an investigation after Julien Hubert spoke to police on May 9. Hubert called police after he found a camera hidden in the ventilation grate in the home's bathroom.
NEWS
By DON AINES | February 14, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- A Chambersburg man charged with using a camera disguised as a clock to take pictures in the restroom of the office in which he worked pleaded guilty recently in Franklin County Court and was sentenced to a year on probation. Andrew E. Gahagan, 33, entered the plea Feb. 6 before Judge Douglas Herman, attorney Eric Weisbrod said. In exchange for the plea, two other counts of invasion of privacy were dismissed, according to court records. Gahagan came to the attention of police last summer when an employee at the Chambersburg-area business removed a clock from the back of the toilet in the restroom.
NEWS
April 6, 2005
The following were reported to the Washington County Sheriff's Department on Monday, said Sgt. Mark Knight: · At 6 p.m., a rear tag was reported stolen from a vehicle parked in the 1500 block of Sherman Avenue. The tag is Maryland registration, LNH415. · At 3:30 p.m., two cameras and photography accessories were reported stolen from a car parked in the 17900 block of Hickory Lane. A Canon 35 mm camera, a flash unit, a Minolta camera, two lenses, a camera bag and 10 rolls of film were taken from a 2002 Hyundai Accent.
OPINION
August 1, 2012
Camera on Eastern Boulevard would rake in the bucks To the editor: Did you read the article in The Herald-Mail about these new cameras to catch speeders in school zones? Do you think they have an extra one they could install on the curve of Eastern Boulevard right before you get to the YMCA? Hagerstown could fill the city's coffers up fast - the camera would be clicking away. It would help the taxpayers in Potomac Manor to be able to get out of Chartridge Drive and either in traffic on Eastern Boulevard or across the road to the Y. You take your life in your own hands when you pull out and go left toward Long Meadow Shopping Center, because the traffic coming around the curve behind you is going 45-50 mph not the 30 they should be driving and they're up on your bumper pushing you to go faster.
NEWS
by RICHARD F. BELISLE | October 22, 2004
waynesboro@herald-mail.com WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Folks in Waynesboro can learn some neat, sometimes off-the-wall, features about their community Wednesday by tuning in to cable channel 4. Twenty-two local amateur videographers traipsed about the area for a week in August shooting familiar and not-so-familiar sights on the area's history, people, architecture and history. A sneak preview of "Our Town: Waynesboro" Thursday night at Waynesboro Area Middle School gave the volunteer videographers a first look at their combined efforts.
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