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Old 05-07-2014, 03:30 PM   #1
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Police: York Man Stole Dozens of Wheels, RV Batteries for Scrap Metal


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"Scott Harold Marron, 49, of 420 W. King St. in York City, is charged with theft and receiving stolen property by both Northern York County Regional Police and by Northeastern Regional Police, according to court records. The charges filed by Northern Regional Police are felonies."

He is accused of stealing about a dozen batteries from camping trailers and motor homes parked at homes and storage facilities since March.

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Since the theft of the wheels are not from MH's give him the required sentence. Since the batteries came from MH's I'm all for a lynching! My wife says I have to let everyone know I was kidding. I'm kidding, I'm kidding

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Friend of mine had the catalytic converter stolen from his class c in a storage facility. Someone cut a whole bunch from rv's stored there.
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