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Linglestown Gazette: PA’s top scandals go through Linglestown

Thursday, November 01, 2012

PA’s top scandals go through Linglestown

Media mob at Penn State officials' arraignment last year in Linglestown

Few know that a nondescript office building along N. Mountain Road in front of Linglestown Middle School has become the starting point for Pennsylvania’s most infamous criminal cases over the last few years.

Former top state lawmakers and legislative assistants – several now behind bars – came before District Justice William C. Wenner recently to be arraigned and go through a preliminary hearing on political corruption charges.

Wenner became the go-to man for these cases when a Harrisburg district justice dismissed corruption charges against a state lawmaker who eventually was sent to the pokey.

Now Wenner is hearing cases linked to Penn State’s Sandusky scandal.

Look for a parade of satellite trucks to roll through the area early Friday afternoon when Wenner conducts an arraignment for two Penn State officials. CLICK HERE for the story.

By the way, tomorrow's court hearing is being held in Dauphin County because the alleged crimes were committed during Sandusky grand jury hearings held in Harrisburg.


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