Pennsylvania woman pleads guilty to animal cruelty for having dogs debarked
A Lancaster County woman pleaded guilty to animal cruelty for debarking her dogs. Annie Beiler, of Quarryville, was sentenced to two years of probation in exchange for the plea on six misdemeanor and summary counts, according to officials with the district attorney's office. Officials said Beiler, 47, was also ordered to surrender all dogs on her property except one, which is subject to routine checks by the Pennsylvania SPCA. Beiler is prohibited from owning or working with dogs for the period of supervision, authorities said. © Provided by Hearst Television, Inc.
Mark D’Amico, who his co-conspirators allege was the ringleader in a GoFundMe scam with a made-up story about a homeless man, has pleaded not Mark D'Amico, left, stands with his attorney, Mark Davis, before entering a not guilty plea during his arraignment on charges including theft by
Alleged ringleader in 0K GoFundMe scam now facing federal charges. The 40-year-old has already pleaded not guilty to fraud and money laundering charges in state court. Prosecutors alleged that D’Amico, his then-girlfriend Katelyn McClure and homeless veteran Johnny Bobbitt made up a
MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. — A man charged with scamming GoFundMe donors out of more than $400,000 with a fake feel-good story about a homeless veteran has pleaded not guilty.
Mark D'Amico entered the plea Tuesday in Mount Holly, New Jersey, to a.
He rejected a plea deal offered by the state that carried a five-year prison term.
Prosecutors say D’Amico, his then-girlfriend Katelyn McClure and homeless veteran Johnny Bobbittin 2017 about Bobbitt giving $20 to help McClure when her car ran out of gas in Philadelphia.
Bobbitt and McClure have bothto federal and state crimes related to their roles.
McClure says D’Amico was the ringleader and concocted the story.
Authorities began investigating last year after Bobbitt sued the couple for allegedly not giving him the money.
Third Defendant Pleads Guilty In Red Lake Heroin Conspiracy That Killed Two.
Kristopher Sullivan, 24, pleaded guilty for his role in a heroin distribution conspiracy which led to two fatal shootings, the U.S. Attorney's Office said