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They have a suspect in in the death of James Wallmuth III.
Wallmuth, 28, was shot about 11 p.m. To help police
the killing of a law student Wednesday as he used a cell phone outside
Anyone with information should call the
a city bar. He was found at the edge of
during a botched robbery Foundry Park, near Clarke Avenue and
York City Police Department at 846-1234
or the detective division at 849-2219.
Wednesday night in York. Grant Street, with a gunshot wound to the
back, police said. He was pronounced dead
By ANGIE MASON about 1:30 a.m. Online
Daily Record/Sunday News York City Police Detective Jeff Spence Do you feel safe in York? Tell us your
said Wallmuth was sitting on a bench at the thoughts at ydr.com/exchange.
Less than 24 hours after a law student boat basin when someone approached him
was killed during a botched robbery out- and shot him. Police later described the
side a bar in York, police said they had de- shooting as a botched robbery attempt. case manager in the York County District
veloped a suspect in the homicide. By all accounts, Wallmuth was well on DAILY RECORD / SUNDAY NEWS — ANGIE MASON
Attorney’s office.
York City Police Capt. Ron Camacho his way to a career in law. Thursday morning, York City Police photograph the
said late Thursday night that police were The University of Pittsburgh law student Kyle King, administrator for the district scene of a fatal shooting the night before. James
putting together an arrest warrant and was interning with a local attorney this • • • Wallmuth III, 28, was shot as he sat on the bench in
searching for the suspect, a male juvenile, summer and had previously worked as a See SHOOTER, page 6A Foundry Park.

Stewartstown Council
Operation Clean Slate
Police:
Member
made
threats
William W. Gemmill Jr. was
charged with misdemeanor
harassment on suspicion
of threatening a client from
his plumbing business.
By JEFF FRANTZ
Daily Record/Sunday News
A Stewartstown Borough Council member
was arrested on a misdemeanor harassment
charge Wednesday night after police said he
threatened a client from his plumbing busi-
ness.
DAILY RECORD / SUNDAY NEWS — JASON PLOTKIN Returning a phone call Monday, William
Marcos Margarito, 20, left, of Columbia showed up to support his fiancée, Catherine Osborne, 20, of Lititz as she came to Operation W. Gemmill Jr., owner of W.W. Gemmill Inc.,
Clean Slate on Thursday to turn herself in for an outstanding warrant. was profane and threatened to hurt the client,

130 surrender at city church


according to charging documents filed by the
Stewartstown Borough Police Department.
Gemmill was charged with misdemeanor
harassment by communication and released
on his own recognizance. A date has not yet
been set for his preliminary hearing.
Gemmill’s office referred all comments to
Fugitives from as far as Florida and California At a glance his attorney, Chris Ferro, who declined to
sought restitution through the warrant program. What: Operation Clean Slate, a chance for fugitives from
comment except to say that Gemmill will keep
his council seat.
York County to surrender at a faith-based, neutral setting.
By RICK LEE York County Sheriff’s Lt. David On hand to take care of outstanding criminal and civil war- The alleged victim, Scott A. Osman, could
Daily Record/Sunday News rants are representatives of the sheriff’s department, county not be reached for comment.
M. Godfrey said 130 fugitives from
probation, state parole, district attorney’s office, public de- According to court documents:
Catherine R. Osborne and her justice took advan- fender’s office, district judges, Common Pleas judges, clerk
fiance, Marcos Margarito, lolled on tage of Operation of courts, prothonotary’s office and bail bondsmen. Gemmill’s plumbing business did work for
the steps of Bible Tabernacle Clean Slate on When and where: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Bible Osman in April. A month later, Osman wrote
Church. They were waiting for a Watch at Thursday to ad- Tabernacle Church, 361 S. Pine St., York Gemmill to dispute the quality of work, the
judge.
People walked past them into the
ydr.com dress outstanding
criminal and civil
So far: On Thursday, 130 fugitives wanted on York
County warrants from as far away as Florida and California
labor prices and to request an itemized bill.
He included a $100 check and asked Gemmill
surrendered to authorities. Most were relieved to have their
sanctuary, alone, in pairs and some warrants. Along with a media blitz bench warrants lifted and the warrant costs waived. Some to respond in writing.
followed by broods of children. announcing the warrant program, cases were handled completely Thursday. Others were On Monday, police said, Osman called the
Next to the steps was a large sign Godfrey, who organized the placed back into the court system but without the defendants plumbing company because he said he had
that read, “Come & get right with • • • having to fear possible arrest. not received a response to his letter. He left a
God and the law.” See CHURCH, page 5A message for Gemmill.
• • •
See COUNCIL, page 6A

Weather
High 84
Complete forecast, 2A
Sports
Gulf birds looking for home
Feds and farmers turn fields into
Market
wetlands for migrating birds.
Dow: -30.72
Money & More, 7A By RAMIT PLUSHNICK-MASTI and JOHN FLESHER
Associated Press
Index MAMOU, La. — Water gurgling from a well is flood-
ADVICE 2D Showalter goes to O’s ing Craig Gautreaux’s rice and crawfish fields, turning
BIRTHS 3D The Baltimore Orioles picked Buck the farm into a wetland for migratory birds whose usual
Showalter to be the team’s 10th Gulf of Mexico wintering grounds are threatened by the
CLASSIFIED 3-10C manager since Peter Angelos took over oil spill.
COMICS 5D in 1993. 1B
Across eight states, farmers such as Gautreaux are
MOVIES 3D inundating fallow fields to provide an alternative for
OBITUARIES 2-3C Year 214, No. 181; York, Pa. some of the tens of millions of ducks, geese and shore- ASSOCIATED PRESS — JOHN FLESHER
OPINION 4A C 2010 York Daily Record birds that are beginning to make their way south on a Migratory birds hunt for food on a partially flooded
TELEVISION 4D flyway that stretches as far north as Alaska and Iceland. crawfish farm owned by Grantt Guillory near Opelousas,
• • • La. Farmers have agreed to provide a habitat for the
See BIRDS, page 5A birds under a $132,441 contract.

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