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Shooting victim ID’d

Police searching for gunman

January 11, 2013

Authorities have released the name of the man shot to death at about 5:30 p.m. in an alley off of the 300 block of Susquehanna Street late Wednesday afternoo....

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Woolrich

Jan-13-13 7:31 PM

Ugh....But at least we got a hockey team. It's also nice to see the SG hires high school kids to do their reporting. Way to stay focused on the story at hand.

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MoMRNRmR

Jan-12-13 7:42 PM

Spike is right. Just like Luey posted earlier "Just ask Paul Harvey where you can go, commit murder and get away with it...." Paul Harvey did say this on his radio show.... Williamsport, Pa.

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spike2

Jan-12-13 1:03 PM

Jeff - not sure how old you are. "They" came in the 1980's. Actually, this area had a healthy drug culture going back at least to the early 1970"s. We had an undercover officer murdered by a/some Caucasian locals. This is not the only drug related homicide case between 1970 and the late 1980's.

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nobud74

Jan-12-13 12:24 PM

street, I have lived here since the mid 70's and we have always had a drug problem. Just like every other city. I know you want someone to care, but the reality is that caring costs money. That is how you fund the cops, the programs and the city. So, if you want to care more, you better raise some more revenue and if you want to raise more revenue you better get more business and jobs. It really is a very simple equation.

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jeff33

Jan-12-13 8:45 AM

They did not start coming untill the mid 80s.

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streetmachine

Jan-12-13 6:07 AM

i lived here all my life 44 years of this stuff has ben going on since i can remeber what we need is new leaders in this town who will take controll opf the situation right now all we have is the ones who care about $$$$$$ not our safety each year it get worse and worse because of the greed get greed out of the office and put care in we would all be safe

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Saldivia

Jan-11-13 9:16 PM

I think what Ted means is that murder is bad for business for Penn College, landlords, and the cultural profile of the City of Williamsport in general..It's very frustrating when these drug crimes (crimes among drug actors) happen, because they tend to demoralize the community and people's perception of her..Ted--like him or not, is peerless in his love and contribution to Williamsport and the Historic District in particular..

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LaughIn

Jan-11-13 4:15 PM

I think Captain Miller said enough to the truth, it is here for everyone to see for a reason. Deal with reality, you cannot simply wash that down a nonexistent drain. If that sounds harsh, change it, right wwhickok?

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LaughIn

Jan-11-13 3:44 PM

"What is bad for business" drc160? The mess left behind or just the plain truth?

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drc160

Jan-11-13 3:00 PM

...Okay, so he says it is a tragedy...but his focus is clearly regarding the mess left outside his properties...Basically, why am I not learning more about the man that Terell was? Why am I learning about the anger of a man whose concern is the effect this shooting has had on his business?

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drc160

Jan-11-13 2:52 PM

Can someone please explain to me why this article went from reporting on the murder of a young man...to the reporting of a landlords complaints? Honestly, I read this article hoping to learn more about the man who had been murdered...he deserves to be remembered, as we all do after death. Instead, the article gives a vast majority of its focus to a landlord whose only concern is his business. The landlord doesn't even comment on the loss of this young man life...

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LaughIn

Jan-11-13 11:36 AM

EastEnd, possibly the government is only as strong as the people who elect them continually? John, the term 'Jack-Wagon' is a term of endearment I am sure the gunny knew all to well. I have often wondered why the military enforces unity and our governments reek of seperation?

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EastEnd

Jan-11-13 10:41 AM

Our mayoral seal says January 7 2008. That is Gabe's inauguration day. Is that changed for each mayor? I know, a bit off topic, but I just noticed it.

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EastEnd

Jan-11-13 10:40 AM

Our mayoral seal says January 7 2008. That is Gabe's inauguration day. Is that changed for each mayor? I know, a bit off topic, but I just noticed it.

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wwhickok

Jan-11-13 10:38 AM

That makes sense Zook :)

As far as why the Mayors count doesn't add up..he is a politician, deception and manipulation is what he does best.

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JohnZook

Jan-11-13 10:18 AM

Wes My first exposure to "jack-wagon" was from R. Lee Ermey on "Lock and Load".

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LaughIn

Jan-11-13 10:13 AM

A nice testimony Mr. Bross. What is happening in Williamsport has become acceptable everywhere. No amount of gun control will stop these crimes from continuing, sorry. Were the Matthews, Terrell, the young fellow in Flannery Park, the man outside the bar all victims of circumstance? What draws a certain element to this town? Is it the willing 'girls', the easy access to money, a job, the cultural events, the arena, the college or theatricals? The citizens will only take what they accept as 'normal' and apparently this is. So I ask again wwhick, why does the mayors policemen count not add up? The. number was greater than 47 two monthes ago. What is the truth and what we all know about politics is that money talks louder than safety ever will.

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lookout

Jan-11-13 10:00 AM

Its just a shame for such a small city to not be in more control of these situations.

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DavidBross

Jan-11-13 9:28 AM

I had the good fortune to be Terell's 5th Grade teacher. He was a fun, friendly kid who you could tell came from a family that loved him. I haven't seen Terell since then, and 10 years is a long time, especially in the life of a young adult. But, this is how I remember him and I would like people to know this side of him.

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wwhickok

Jan-11-13 9:16 AM

put on protecting the city, starting WITHIN the city.

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wwhickok

Jan-11-13 9:15 AM

elses business. But to a degree business is part of the issue when it comes to our Mayor. There is too much of an emphasis put on business, specifically the business the city is so worried about constructing, like the new Hotel next to Khol's, also near the building where I work. There is too much of an effort and emphasis on bringing people from outside the city into the city and not enough of an emphasis on the people who actually live here already. We've got so many people without jobs, so little jobs that pay enough to support families, and there doesn't seem to be anything being done about the violence that is actually helping. Unemployment has been suggested as a 'feeding point' to crime, well..Shopvac just had another massive permenant layoff..and I used to work there so i can tell you at least 25% of them won't be deterred from crime if they have nothing better to do. I now work security, I have no problem at all being a part of a neighborhood watch but emphasis has to b

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wwhickok

Jan-11-13 9:12 AM

"What is bad for business? The blind eye, the mess left behind, the media, the 'jack wagon' on the loose, the acceptable community we have become for crap such as this and the wooing the mayor will go through to insist his city is safe. "

Hopefully I misread this but did you just insinuate that the city of Williamsport doesn't care or is 'okay with' the murders that are occurring. With all due respect, when it comes to the crime and gun violence, I don't care about your business unless there's actual crime occuring there. If there is a mess to clean up, go clean it up, that is also the least of my worries and I'm a citizen of Williamsport and frankly I'm sick of all the crime and violence and I'm sure as heck not wooing the Mayor to tell me it's safe because I know better. If you're so concerned about your business perhaps you should start a neighborhood watch program. Listen I respect your opinion, I really do, and I don't want to see anything befall your business or a

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wwhickok

Jan-11-13 9:07 AM

How many more people have to die before the city starts taking serious measures in an attempt to deter shootings, such as cameras, increased street lighting, and STOP CUTTING COPS!?

To JustSomeGuy -

It's funny you should ask because I say this phrase all the time, I don't know if it caught on or what because I've never heard anyone else use the term until recently when..everyone on here started saying it. A Jack Wagon=loser.

As far as what the Access Card has to do with it, I think he was trying to imply that all criminals are on welfare..so far from true.

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jeff33

Jan-11-13 8:48 AM

what does a Access Card have too do with this murder?

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jeff33

Jan-11-13 8:34 AM

ACCESS?

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