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Altoona, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

The most striking example of this is the Penn Alto residential hotel on the corner of 13th Avenue and 12th Street, which has two single-unit houses next to it. Conversely, there are several multistory residential and commercial buildings on 17th Avenue. One of the sections of the downtown is called "Lower Fairview" due to its transitional nature. The houses between 14th and 15th avenues with two commercial buildings included on 12th street are designed based on an architectural pattern used in Philadelphia's urban neighborhoods.

Dutch Hill district contains an abundance of historic neighborhoods and traditional "corner markets". This section gets its name from the abundance of Germans who moved into this area when the City was still expanding. Dutch Hill is the area that borders the City Center to the East and is zoned as multiple household residential.

The boundaries are generally considered 4th Street to 17th Street north to south, and 6th Avenue to Walton Avenue from west to east. Juniata is defined as north of Juniata Gap Road, east of East 25th Ave and on the west side of the railroad line. The area is zoned as mostly residential limited, but also uniquely has a significant area of light and heavy industrial as well as a central business area.

This is because Juniata was once its own city, and was incorporated into Altoona in the late 19th century. Because of this, the section's street names had conflicting numbers with the rest of the City, and had to be given a North prefix. The commercial area is sometimes nicknamed "downtown Juniata.

The East End is defined as the area on the east side of the railroad line north of 4th Street. It is called the East End because it borders the north end of the tracks where trains would depart east towards Philadelphia.

Because of this, most streets have an East prefix. The East End is mostly single household residential and suburban, but has small areas of residential-commercial and neighborhood business along Kettle Street and Lloyd Street, as well as highway business along Pleasant Valley Blvd. Pleasant Valley is the area that centers on Pleasant Valley Boulevard , which is a massive stretch of highway business that runs the entire length of Altoona.

The Sheetz store known locally as "Supersheetz" is located here along 17th Street and was the first of its kind ever built. The area is defined as southeast of Walton Ave and extends from 1st Street til 22nd Street and defined by Polk Ave to the east. As well as the large highway business area, Pleasant Valley also has an even amount of single household residential and suburban along with some small stretches of residential commercial and urban.

Eldorado pronounced locally as "El-doe-ray-doe" is the southern section of Altoona, south of Logan Boulevard and west of 6th Avenue as well as a small section south of 57th Street all the way to Rhode Island Avenue Goods Lane in the east.

Eldorado is zoned as almost entirely suburban, with small areas of light industrial and neighborhood business. The Sheetz Headquarters is located in this area. At one time, this section was also known as the "West End" because trains leaving the south end of town head west towards Pittsburgh.

Some parts of Eldorado are actually outside of incorporated Altoona and located in Allegheny Township and Logan Township.

While residing within Logan Township just outside the official border of the City and designated as the "Village of Lakemont", it is commonly accepted as a section of Altoona. Lakemont is zoned as single household residential, residential commercial and highway business.

Greenwood is the area north of the East End and begins around a block north of Grant Street. While mostly residing within Logan Township just outside the official border of the City and designated as the "Village of Greenwood", it is commonly accepted as a section of Altoona, especially since a 3 block by 4 block zone lies within the city limits. Greenwood is zoned almost entirely as suburban with a section of highway business along Route Greenwood Road is a lone exception with a more urban residential zoning.

Ward Trucking 's headquarters are located in this section of Altoona. Wehnwood is the area west of 25th Ave between Wehnwood Road to the north and 1st St to the south. This is part of where Penn State Altoona is located. Wehnwood is mostly zoned as suburban or single residential with an area of neighborhood business along 25th Ave and Juniata Gap Road.

There is a fair amount of student housing surrounding the campus, and therefore a small pocket of urban residential next to it. Mansion Park is named for the Baker Mansion , one of its prominent houses.

There are several streets surrounding the old plantation where mansions built in the early 20th century still stand. The area is single and suburban residential. The name comes from the hill that the area is centered on is the only significant highland in southern Altoona. The actual Highland Park is located on top of the hill. Highland Park is zoned entirely suburban. The Knickerbockers are a unique collection of homes along 6th Ave between Burgoon Road to the north and 41st Street to the south.

It is between 17th and 27th Streets north to south, and 6th Ave and Michelle Drive west to east. This area consists of multiple and single residential. There are several streets in the 6th Ward where mansions from the early 20th century still stand.

Westmont is the area on the east side of the tracks south of 21st street and between the 5th Ward and the tracks to the west and the 9th Ave tracks to the east. The area is zoned as multiple, single and suburban residential as well as residential commercial and light industrial. This is probably one of the more varied and diverse areas of the city architecturally.

Curtin is the neighborhood where the Jaffa Mosque is located. Hileman Heights is a suburban area south of Pleasant Valley. There is also a small section of residential commercial. This low-lying area is almost entirely suburban, with small areas of multiple residential, residential commercial, neighborhood business and highway business.

Garden Heights is mostly single residential, but is highway business along Plank Road, residential commercial along parts of Frankstown Road and Logan Blvd, and light industrial south of Logan Blvd.

This is the only section of the defined city limits that Interstate 99 actually passes through. Calvert Hills is a small area between 12th Street and 16th Street north to south and 17th Ave to the east. This is the area of multiple, single and suburban residential on the hills around the former Keith Junior High School, which is now an apartment complex. The 5th Ward and Westfall is the area on the west side of the tracks south of Calvert Hills and north of the Curtin Neighborhoods.

It borders a park to the west also called Westfall. The northwestern corner of 5th Ward is known as Newburg, with Red Hill being farther north up Route The boundaries for the southern area are 20th Street to the north and 10th Ave to the south. The 5th Ward is a mix of single and suburban residential.

As of the census, the city was As of the census [28] of , there were 49, people, 20, households, and 12, families residing in the city. The population density was 5, There were 21, housing units at an average density of 2, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.

There were 20, households out of which The average household size was 2. In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 37 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Historically, the sole economic force driving the growth of Altoona into a City was the Pennsylvania Railroad. While the various local railroad shops still employ over a thousand people, they are no longer the driving economic engine of the area.

The top field of employment in Altoona and the metro area is healthcare. Van Zandt VA Medical Center , dozens of doctors offices, and over 20 nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Another massive employer is retail and service industries.

Altoona is the linchpin of Tri-City Region. The new shopping includes an AMC Movie Theater , [30] a Holiday Inn Express , and other stores and restaurants, and brought about jobs to the area. The scale and diversity of retail within the City of Altoona and the surrounding area is not paralleled within the region.

The areas of retail include:. Altoona is the home of the Sheetz headquarters. Sheetz is one of the largest convenience store and gas station chains in the country, [ citation needed ] with stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina.

Approximately 20 Sheetz stores [32] are located in and around Altoona. As typical of many Rust Belt cities, the economic downturn of the railroad resulted in the closure of many of the downtown's landmark stores and industries; and the simultaneous rise in prominence of the automobile shifted commercial development to the suburbs.

However, through recent revitalization efforts, Altoona's downtown maintains a significant level of economic vitality and hosts few office and residential vacancies. The University provides a flow of resources into the downtown, aiding in revitalization efforts. As an example of the university's value to the downtown's economy, the installation of the Blue Lot near the Wolf Court Building has improved the economic attraction of downtown by offering up to three hours of free parking. A bike path connecting the Campus to Downtown Altoona has also been built.

In the early 20th century, the Pennsylvania Railroad constructed a large sports complex at the intersection of Chestnut Avenue and Seventh Street. Cricket did not catch on with the Altoona populace, so its close relative baseball became the choice for Cricket Field.

Well known baseball players as Babe Ruth and Josh Gibson played at Cricket Field, and the stadium was also the venue for numerous other sporting events, musical competitions, marching units, and activities. Altoona was the site of a 1. The stadium, which has a seating capacity of 10,, is a source of community pride and regularly serves as the site of a variety of events which benefit the economy of the Altoona-Blair County area.

Mansion Park's first artificial surface was installed in Omniturf provided a way to maximize the use of the facility throughout the year and at the same time, save taxpayer dollars through reduced maintenance costs. AstroTurf was installed in The eight-lane polyurethane running track was installed in and has been resurfaced several times.

For 22 consecutive seasons, the playing surface has received rave reviews from players and coaches as athletes have experienced controlled footing regardless of the weather conditions. Most importantly, there has been a significant decrease in serious injuries since the artificial turf was installed.

During a typical fall season, more than 60 events take place on the turf. The stadium is also the site of AAHS boys and girls soccer matches and countless practice sessions. District and interdistrict football and soccer playoffs are held each year at Mansion Park, the home of the PIAA Football Championships from through The track is also used extensively on a daily basis by hundreds of community residents who enjoy walking and jogging.

Mansion Park has also been the site of a Pittsburgh Steeler intrasquad scrimmage, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference men's and women's college soccer championships, University of Pittsburgh preseason football practices and the PIAA Soccer Championships. Music events have also been well received. Drum Corps International competitions were held in and again in Altoona Area High School's Commencement is scheduled at the stadium each year. In early , a new scoreboard featuring a video display board with an improved stadium sound system was erected thanks to the generosity of local sponsors.

Altoona has an education system that contains three high schools, two parochial, one public. Bishop Guilfoyle High School is one of the private parochial school having grades 9— Great Commission Schools is the second private parochial school having grades K— Altoona Area High School [36] houses grades 10— Altoona High is much larger than Bishop Guilfoyle, graduating around students annually, while Guilfoyle graduates around Roosevelt was torn down and the ground on which it stood was constructed into the new field for the new junior high.

Keith was turned into residential apartments. This is the third largest of the Pennsylvania State University Commonwealth campuses. The college has approximately 3, students as of the —15 school year. Altoona also has several technical schools. South Hills Business School has a campus located on 58th Street. In Altoona, helper engines are added to heavy trains to give them extra power up and over Horseshoe Curve west of town.

On an average day, 60 to 80 trains pass through Altoona. The historical importance to the railroad industry and the current high level of railroad activity has made Altoona a mecca for railfans for over 60 years, with the Railroaders Memorial Museum and the Horseshoe Curve being popular spots.

Amtrak 's Pennsylvanian stops at Altoona station once daily in each direction. In May of that year, Governor Rendell visited Altoona to discuss plans intended to rectify this situation. Roadway service primarily consists of Interstate 99 , which provides access to the Pennsylvania Turnpike to the south and Interstate 80 to the north; and U. Route 22 , which provides east-west service and direct access to Pittsburgh and Harrisburg.

Local roadways in Altoona tend to be given numerical names, and Streets are aligned northwest-southeast and Avenues are aligned northeast-southwest. Altoona and the Altoona Area are serviced by several companies for emergency services.

Given that Altoona is entirely encompassed by Logan Township, and some small areas within the city are belonging to the Township, City and Township services often intermingle. Given the close proximity to Hollidaysburg and Duncansville Boroughs as well as Allegheny and Blair Townships, City, borough and township services will often assist or be called in place of each other.

APD is about 66 strong, and the precinct is located on 16th St downtown. However, since the Township encompasses the City, in order to be centrally located the precinct is located in the City on 7th Ave.

LTPD is 16 strong. Bellwood, Tyrone and Roaring Spring. Frawley said she thought there was something to the defense lawyer's point that the girl's first five years in institutions might have related to what really happened to the girl. Kryger said he nearly collapsed when the verdict was read. He was confident about his case but he did not know what would happen in the hands of the jurors. His thoughts turned to his children.

He wanted to tell them he had been cleared but because the protection order stills stands, that could get him arrested. His lawyer, Russin, has arranged for a July 9 hearing on custody of his three natural children. If he wins partial custody, he can ask for an amended protection order to allow visitation, Russin said. Kryger also is asking the state Department of Public Welfare to clear his record, but he is not guaranteed of that even though he won the criminal case.

The child protection standard is tougher than the court's "reasonable doubt. Kryger plans to file bankruptcy. That is not counting the months of unemployment and low-wage work. Kryger cannot get his Labor Department job back. He can only take a civil service test and apply just as if he never worked for the department. And, even with his acquittal, Kryger wonders how many employers will be willing to take a chance.

But all that will work out somehow, he said. This time, in this hearing, he has the facts on his side, he said. Morelli, a Times Leader staff writer, may be reached at Both are second-degree misdemeanors. Officer Kevin Drosdak was on duty at She said she did not want to file charges. Drosdak called Chief Sean Smith to report the incident. Both then went to the Gnaden Huetten Hospital in Lehighton to see her. There she identified her assailant as Robert Paul.

A rape kit had been prepared and was turned over to Smith. He asked a Victims Resource Advocate who was there to assist Galgoci to meet them at the police station for an interview with the victim. At the station the rape kit was secured in the refrigerator and clothing she has been wearing at the time of the incident was put into the evidence locker.

In her statement she said that Rob Paul raped her and provided some graphic details adding that they did know each other but had never had sexual relations before the incident. Smith took the clothing and rape kit to the state police crime lab which reported on July 11 of that seminal material was found on various items of Galgoci's clothing but not on the oral or vaginal swabs.

On January 7 of , the report came back indicating that Paul's DNA did not match or even come close to matching the material. And that the seminal material obtained from her clothing "is consistent with DNA from more than one person. Galgoci appeared in court with her attorney during the late morning hours almost two hours ahead of the scheduled hearing.

DNA exonerates him after two years of hell. Mary Ann Galgoci, 42, of East Railroad Street, pled guilty to misdemeanor charges of giving false reports and unsworn falsification to authorities. Nanovic deferred sentencing, and ordered her to get mental health and drug and alcohol evaluations before her next court appearance.

Galgoci told Nanovic she understood her rights, but said nothing about the case. Nesquehoning police said Galgoci called them December 11, , from the emergency room of Gnaden Huetten Memorial Hospital in Lehighton and said she had been raped by neighbor Robert Paul.

Galgoci repeated her claim in oral and written statements for police later that day. Police took her clothes and a doctor took test samples from her body with swabs. They were tested at a state police laboratory, and semen was found on several pieces of clothes, but not from swabs taken from her body.

His blood was tested at a state police laboratory, and a scientist determined his DNA did not match the samples from Galgoci's clothes. The beverage was on the floor because Ms. Carson had thrown it at her boyfriend 30 seconds earlier during an argument.

Andrew Bagby, 28, a member of the hospital's Family Practice Residency Program was found shot to death inside the park, which is located about two miles east of Saltsburg. Bagby was born in St. Bagby's body was discovered by two passers-by who were out for a morning walk state police said.

When found, he was wearing hospital scrubs with an identification tag around his neck. He had been shot five times in the head, chest and rectum, and suffered a head injury.

His body was found in a parking lot near the boat launch area of the park. The night before, William Smith of Derry Township was walking along the main road through the park and saw Bagby's Toyota Camry parked next to a sport utility vehicle in the lot near the boat launch area, state police said. The next morning, Smith was walking in the same area and saw Bagby's car still parked there, but the other vehicle was missing. State police said they later learned that Dr.

Bagby did not arrive for a social engagement Monday night and did not arrive for work Tuesday morning, hospital officials told state police. State troopers went the hospital Tuesday morning to inform Dr. John Bertolino, director of the residency program, that Dr.

Bagby's body had been found. The three-year program, designed to give young doctors hands-on experience in treating patients, places physicians who want to practice family medicine in one of the hospital's satellite offices where they can treat patients under the guidance of another physician. Shirley Turner, flew from Pennsylvania to Iowa, turned around and drove 16 hours back to Latrobe to kill the lover who had spurned her days before. State police Thursday charged Dr.

Shirley Turner before he quit and decided to go into family practice. She then moved to Council Bluffs, also in Iowa, and worked at a clinic operated by Alegent Health there. She did not attend a memorial service for Dr.

Bagby earlier this month in Latrobe. However, she did attend a service for Dr. Bagby held at Memorial University of Newfoundland, where they attended medical school together. Canadian newspapers reported that Dr. Turner, who majored in chemistry in college, had aspirations to become a doctor but gave up her goal in She taught high school chemistry for a decade before resuming her medical school studies. By the time she went back to medical school, she was in her second marriage and had three children ranging in age from 5 to She eventually had four children from at least three different fathers.

In announcing the issuance of a warrant for Dr. Turner's arrest at a news conference, Westmoreland County District Attorney John Peck said troopers amassed some "very positive evidence" linking Turner to Bagby's murder despite finding little physical evidence at the scene.

Frank Monaco, commander of Troop A in Greensburg. She was raised in Daniel's Harbour, Newfoundland, a remote fishing area on the province's west coast. According to police Dr. Turner fled to Newfoundland, ostensibly to help one of her children who was injured in an auto accident, before charges were filed.

The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary had been notified of the charge but Dr. Turner was not taken immediately into custody. Westmoreland County District Attorney John Peck said he will begin extradition proceedings to return Turner to Pennsylvania to face a first-degree murder charge, a process that could be "involved and complicated. But Peck already had removed one hurdle. He told Canadian authorities that he would not seek the death penalty against Turner if she is convicted.

Peck said the Canadian government is reluctant to extradite its citizens to the United States if they face possible execution. Turner were to be convicted she faced life without parole. Turner's attorney conceded that she had spent a week with Dr. Bagby in Latrobe before returning to Iowa on November 3. Turner's return automobile trip to Latrobe and subsequent return to Iowa by using cellular telephone records to trace her journey. Troopers found that Dr. Turner began her return trip to Latrobe on November 4 th.

According to an affidavit accompanying the charge, she made two calls on her way back to Pennsylvania on November 4 from Chicago. She made a third call to Dr.

Bagby the same day from South Bend, Indiana. Records also showed that Dr. Turner made a call from Pittsburgh on November 5 th , even though she told state police she was not in Pennsylvania the day of Dr. Turner's path of travel to Pennsylvania," Trooper McElfresh stated in the criminal complaint.

The phone records also revealed Dr. Turner made calls from Cleveland on November 5 th and the next day from Stuart, Iowa.

Bagby told him Dr. Turner had showed up unexpectedly at his apartment at 5 AM on November 5 th. Meanwhile, investigators have been searching for a gun they believe is the murder weapon, a. According to the affidavit, Dr. Turner gave conflicting and incriminating statements to police and others.

On November 6 th Turner told Trooper Gardner by telephone she had the weapon in Iowa and said she would turn over the gun to the Council Bluffs, Iowa, police the next day. Before Iowa detectives reached her home, Dr. Turner had called Trooper Gardner and said the gun was missing. On November 7 th she changed her story again.

Turner told Trooper Gardner she had given the gun to Dr. Bagby, "but she didn't specify when or why," according to the affidavit. Another witness linking Turner to the missing gun is a Council Bluffs firearms instructor, Paul Fryett. State police interviewed Fryett, who said he taught Turner how to shoot using the missing weapon.

Fryett also said Dr. Turner unexpectedly called him on November 6 th and told him that her gun was missing. Fryett, according to the affidavit, said Dr. Turner also admitted lying to police about the gun. Police interviewed a mutual friend of Drs.

Bagby and Turner in Nova Scotia who told investigators that Dr. Turner admitted to him she had seen Dr. Bagby on November 5 th. Chad Timothy Nelson Burkhart said Dr.

Turner called him on November 9 th and told him she had spent a week with Dr. Bagby and the visit "went well. Turner's attorney said she officially learned her client was a suspect when Trooper McElfresh telephoned her on Wednesday, November 28, She said her client has cooperated in the investigation but that Dr. Turner returned to Newfoundland several weeks ago because her son was injured in an auto accident. She said the boy was discharged Wednesday from a Canadian hospital.

She confirmed that Drs. Bagby and Turner were romantically involved and described them as "very dear friends" who occasionally went on vacations together. Shirley Turner, who is charged with killing Dr.

Andrew Bagby, 28, a first-year resident at Latrobe Area Hospital. Turner, a former high school teacher who became a doctor, allegedly killed Bagby in a jealous rage after she told him she was pregnant and he told her he was seeing another woman, according to an opinion written by Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Justice Derek Green. Justice Green, in a November ruling, said Dr.

Turner was driven by "jealousy or revenge flowing from the breakup of her relationship with Dr. A receipt for the condoms was found on Bagby's body, and the empty box, which matched the lot numbers on the receipt, was found by police during a search of Dr. Turner's residence in Iowa, the judge wrote. Green said that "creates a web of circumstantial evidence" that could convince a jury that Dr. Shirley Turner murdered Dr.

In his decision, Justice Green details the evidence, starting with the time Dr. Bagby last was seen alive. Turner flew to Latrobe and stayed with Dr. Bagby from October 26 to November 3, , when she returned to Iowa, according to the document. But state police charged that Dr. Turner immediately drove back to Pennsylvania to confront Dr. Bagby and tell him she was pregnant with his child. A son, who was born last summer, was being cared for by Dr.

The judge described how investigators traced Dr. Turner's return trip by tracking cellular telephone calls she made along the way. That information placed her in Latrobe at the time of the shooting. Police said an agitated Dr. Turner appeared unannounced at Dr. Bagby's door about 5 AM on November 5, , wanting to discuss their relationship.

Turner and Bagby planned to meet at the state park where his frost-covered body was found the next morning. Initially, Turner told state police she did not return to Latrobe and did not give Bagby a gun she had purchased a month before the murder. She later admitted to police she had been less than truthful and changed her statement, Green wrote. The judge also detailed other evidence that presented jealously as a motive for murder.

The other woman Bagby was seeing told investigators that a month before the killing she received anonymous telephone calls from a female who advised her to ask Bagby about "the beautiful blond lady doc he's been with. Investigators later discovered that the calls to the employee were made from Dr.

Turner was the maker of these calls, it reveals anger and a state of mind that might suggest a motive for the crime, namely jealously," Green wrote. Justice Green said the inconsistent statements Dr. Turner allegedly gave to state police, the condom box, the bullet and telephone records are damning but "none of these items, in themselves, of course clearly identifies Dr. Turner as the killer of Dr. Turner was present in Latrobe and at the murder scene at the time of death and was the one who caused the death.

Justice Green thus ordered Dr. Turner sent to Pennsylvania to face trial for first-degree murder. Turner, who has dual citizenship in the United States and Canada, was freed on bond while she appealed the extradition order. She successfully avoided prosecution for two years and had continued legal efforts to avoid extradition to the United States to face a murder charge in the shooting death of Dr.

Andrew Bagby of Latrobe. Bagby was once her lover and was apparently the father of her month-old son, Zachary, one of four children she had from at least three fathers and two failed marriages. According to police accounts, Dr. Turner took her baby from his bed at about John's, and parked in Kelligrews, one of the small towns along the coast. Shears, 21, of St. I thought she was going to the store or something.

She seemed all right to me. Didn't seem like anything was wrong. Shears said he seldom discussed the pending murder case with his mother because he didn't want to know much about it. Turner did not return home with the car a bail bondsman, worried that she had fled, notified the Newfoundland Royal Constabulary. Police distributed photos of Dr. Turner and her child, seeking the public's help in finding them.

On Monday evening, a couple walking their dog on the beach found their bodies at Conception Bay near the town of Long Pond-Manuels. Police notified her Newfoundland attorney, who identified the bodies.

Newfoundland's Chief Medical Examiner's Office Tuesday listed the cause of their deaths as drowning in a murder-suicide. Officials determined that Dr.

Shirley Turner, 42, committed suicide and killed her son, Zachary, by entering the waters of Conception Bay, outside of St. Charles Hutton said Friday. Hutton said he made his ruling after police ruled out any other possible explanation for the deaths.

And, being there about midnight, they weren't out for a pleasure swim. If it was 90 degrees out, I wouldn't go out there in that bay under the noonday sun," Hutton said of the chilly waters. Although the bodies were found by passers-by on a beach Monday evening, Hutton said the area isn't easily accessible, further leading investigators to believe that Dr. Turner sought a remote location to take her life and that of her son.

According to police affidavits, Dr. Turner tried to commit suicide in in West Chester, Pennsylvania, after the breakup of another romantic relationship. Police reports indicate she was treated at a hospital after taking an overdose of over-the-counter sleep medication.

Police said she left suicide notes directing that the payout from her life insurance policy should go to her children. Turner lost custody of her infant son when she was imprisoned after the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador ruled she could be extradited to Pennsylvania.

While she was in custody, Zachary was cared for by Dr. Andrew Bagby's parents, who left their home in California to live in Newfoundland after their son was murdered by Dr. She appealed, won her release on bond and somehow regained custody of the baby despite her indictment for murder in the first degree of Dr.

That incomprehensible custody decision ultimately resulted in her murdering the boy. David and Kathleen Bagby, the child's grandparents, blamed the Newfoundland legal system for the infant's death and questioned the adequacy of the Department of Heath and Community Services, the department responsible for social services in Newfoundland and Labrador. Dave Bagby, the boy's grandfather, was shaking with anger and unspeakable grief when he described Dr.

Shirley Turner as an "evil monster" who should never have been set free on bail in Canada or given custody of his grandson, Zachary. The deaths were preventable, Bagby said, because there was evidence to suggest the infant was not safe with his mother. Dave Bagby said he and his wife had been granted visitation rights with Zachary and had applied for full custody. After the murder of their son, Zachary became their reason for living, he said.

The grandparents fought for custody in court and also expressed concern about Zachary's safety to provincial officials. The custody case had not been resolved by the time Dr. Turner walked into the frigid Atlantic Ocean clutching Zachary to her chest. The Bagbys say they notified social services about their concerns for their grandchild even before he was born but nothing was done. Shirley Turner on a charge of first-degree murder, said the deaths are another tragedy for the family of Dr.

Peck said it is sad that David and Kathleen Bagby, who had formed a relationship with their grandson, have lost the last link to their son.

Top In one of her few public comments about the case, Dr. Turner maintained her innocence in a January story in The Telegram, a St. I also know I am innocent of the alleged crime," she said.

Turner's legal odyssey began in December when she left Iowa for Canada. Although she said she went to help one of her children who was injured in an auto accident, authorities argued she fled to avoid arrest and prosecution. According to a police affidavit, Dr.

Turner told Kathleen Bagby that an attorney had advised her to flee to Canada after she murdered Mrs. Bagby's son and that she had no intention of returning to the United States. A year after the slaying of Dr. Bagby, a Supreme Court justice in Newfoundland ordered Dr. Turner taken into custody after he ruled there was sufficient evidence for an American or Canadian jury to conclude Dr. Turner killed her former lover. She argued the evidence against her in Westmoreland County was "flimsy" and based entirely on circumstantial evidence.

She appealed that decision and was released on bond pending further appeals and was given custody again of the child she eventually murdered. Connie Sue Harshbarger, 51, of Dover, was charged Friday with criminal solicitation to commit homicide. Police said that in January, Ms. Harshbarger offered a man money to kill Lisa Anderson, 38, of Dillsburg. The man called authorities and police began an investigation, which continued through several meetings between Harshbarger and the man, who agreed to assist police.

State police Trooper Chris Mumma said that Harshbarger wanted Anderson killed because she was dating Harshbarger's former boyfriend, whom police declined to identify. Last month, prosecutors took Stacy Sheehan Davies, 38, of Ryan Path in Lansdale, before a jury on charges of simple assault and reckless endangerment for allegedly burning the bare back of her estranged husband, Thomas, with a hot clothes iron.

Thomas Davies, 48, a stay-at-home dad, testified he awoke September 2, , and encountered his wife ironing in a hallway of the Woodview Drive home they continued to share, pending a divorce, in Hatfield. He testified his wife wanted to discuss the divorce and "she wanted me out of the house because she couldn't live like this anymore. Thomas Davies testified that when he refused to discuss the situation and turned to walk away from his wife, he felt the burning sensation of an iron, three times, on the right side of his back and shoulder.

The iron caused second-degree burns, prosecutor Wallis Brooks said. Her lawyer, Peter Thomas, implied that Thomas Davies burned himself, possibly to make his wife look bad so he could gain an edge in his claims for support and alimony during the pending divorce proceedings.

The two-day trial essentially came down to a he-said, she-said battle. The jury was deadlocked and Judge William R. Carpenter had to declare a mistrial.

Last November, Sarah Golding, 43, of Grandview Road in Ardmore, pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge of simple assault in connection with a December incident during which prosecutors said Golding bit her boyfriend's nose during an argument.

As part of a plea agreement, Golding was sentenced to one year of probation. According to Lower Merion police, Golding's boyfriend told authorities that Golding began to swing her fists at him during the argument and that he caught Golding's arm to thwart her attempts to strike him. Golding then suddenly bit her boyfriend's nose, "causing him to bleed substantially," Lower Merion police Officer Thomas Luke wrote in the criminal complaint. The boyfriend was treated for his injuries at a Philadelphia hospital, court records indicate.

Gable's began early Sunday afternoon, when she shot her boyfriend in the ear as he slept in the rural Schuylkill County home that they shared.

By the time it ended late Sunday, Hollie Gable, 39, had also shot her two teenage daughters, her teenage son and, finally, herself, before police stormed her house on Green Mountain Road following an hours-long standoff. She died the next morning in a hospital. State police found a note that Ms.

Investigators said that after killing boyfriend Kenneth M. Cragle, 39, with a bullet to the head, Gable shot and killed her son, Jared Brown, 18, and daughters, Kirsten Brown, 16, and Kelsey Brown, All four victims were shot in the head.

Investigators said that after killing her boyfriend, Ms. Gable got into her car with her daughter Kelsey and began driving south to the town of Hegins, where Kelsey lived with her brother and sister and their father, Alfred Brown. Kelsey never made it back to Hegins. About 70 miles northeast of Harrisburg, state police believe, Ms. Gable shot Kelsey by the side of state Route 61 in southern Columbia County, a few hours before a heavy storm swept through the eastern part of the state.

Two boys who'd been fishing in that rural area heard a gunshot about 2: Half an hour later, a motorist found year-old Kelsey's body, with a single head wound from a. Carney, from the state police Frackville barracks, said Gable apparently forced Kelsey out of the car and shot her "execution-style.

In the mid's, Brown won custody of their three children. Hollie Gable had Kelsey over for a weekend visit, and was apparently driving her back to her father's house when Kelsey was shot by the roadside.

Police said Gable then proceeded to Alfred Brown's house in Hegins, where she found Jared sitting in a chair. Police figure that Ms. Gable knew Alfred Brown's work schedule as a coal miner, and knew that he would have left for work by the time she arrived. Hollie Gable, heavyset with black hair, shot her son as he sat, her third murder of the afternoon. Gable arrived at the school around 5 PM, before the play had ended, and watched the remainder from the back of the auditorium.

After the musical, Hollie Gable and her mother, Elizabeth, who had joined her, dropped Kirsten off at a friend's house for a cast party.

After dropping her mother off back at the school where she had left her car, Hollie Gable went back to the cast party and told her daughter that her brother Jared had suffered a heart attack and they had to leave. Hollie then drove Kirsten back to her home in Zion Grove, 25 miles away, where she shot Kirsten to death in the car sometime after 6 PM. Outside the house, police found Kirsten dead in Hollie Gable's car. A short time later, police heard gunfire and surrounded the house, a beige, double-wide mobile home with a garage that had been built in the last month, neighbors said.

The standoff lasted until about 11 p. Finally, police rushed into the house and found Hollie Gable in a living room chair, alive but bleeding from self-inflicted gunshot wounds to the wrist and knee.

They also found Kenneth Cragle's body in the bed where Gable had left it. Hollie Gable died about 1: The gun used in the killings evidently belonged to Hollie Gable but was not registered in Pennsylvania, police said, and federal officials were tracing the weapon's ownership history. Gable's brief police record consisted of one arrest for retail theft.

Jurors deliberated for two hours and 15 minutes before finding Katrina Onufer guilty of aggravated assault, two counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, and one count each of simple assault and reckless endangerment. But the jury cleared Onufer, 27, of two more serious charges, attempted homicide and another aggravated assault charge.

She could still face a lengthy prison term. After Onufer's arrest, he had told police that although the abuse had lasted for months, he didn't come forward because he feared she would hurt him. Onufer was led away in handcuffs after Judge F. The judge denied a request by defense attorney George Heitczman to allow Onufer a few days to raise the money. Onufer was arrested in May after police found her year-old boyfriend bruised and bleeding. The boyfriend told police that Onufer had hit him, causing him to bleed.

She then forced her boyfriend to clean up the blood, he told police. When she decided the job wasn't up to par, she gave him a choice of "punishment. He chose the latter. As they investigated, prosecutors learned that this wasn't the first altercation, that Onufer had assaulted the man before. In her closing argument, Taschner said that during the seven-month relationship, the man was:. By the end of the relationship, he had lost 70 pounds.

For this last act, Taschner told the jury it should convict Onufer of attempted homicide, saying the damage to the man's kidneys could have killed him. It was evil," the prosecutor said. But Heitczman argued the prosecution's story didn't make sense, saying the boyfriend should have been able to fight off the considerably shorter Onufer. Why, Heitczman asked, didn't the boyfriend just leave? Taschner offered an explanation to the jury: The man was too scared, too worn down, comparing him to a "whipped puppy, trying to please his master.

Harshbarger, 51, of Dover was ordered to return to court on Jan. Harshbarger was arrested on March 25 at a convenience store in Manchester Township where, police said, she was finishing a contract to have her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend killed.

However, defense lawyer Michael Fenton said in court Monday that Harshbarger's former boyfriend was the target. The prosecutor said Ms. Walter was raised by a loving mother, Judy Walter, but she started getting into debt and hanging around "bad companions" before moving back into her mother's house in late or early He further alleged that Walter was trying to get into a gang in Williamsport.

That affiliation could have been a reasoning behind the brutal murder. I'll do that by taking a human life. Prosecution attorney McGettigan showed the jury the hatchet that Ms.

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