PA - Three bodies found in New Castle Home, 16 Oct 2018 *Arrests*

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  1. SeesSeas

    SeesSeas FLORIDIAN

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    Nothing new on docket for COOPER . . .
    Common Pleas Docket Sheet
    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/Docke...-CR-0000176-2019&dnh=ry6S/rDufVSUdM/8Dc28yg==
    COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF LAWRENCE COUNTY
    DOCKET
    Docket Number: CP-37-CR-0000176-2019
    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    v.
    Anthony Lavon Cooper

    ENTRIES
    10/07/2019 Motto, Dominick Order of Court (Mtn/Cont Granted; Trial Cont to Nov 2020 Trial Term)

    CALENDAR EVENTS
    11/04/2019 1:30 pm Judicial Call of the Trial Scheduled
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Okay - so... going to "assumed" it is on. Hopefully I'll get a google alert.... or someone will see an article! :)

    Thanks for checking! ;)
     
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    I looked for current news articles but didn't find any.
    I found this article from two months ago, SEP 2019:

    Procopio hearing has six hours of interview tapes
    Sep 14, 2019
    Lawrence County's president judge said he will review six hours of video in his chambers covering the questioning of suspect Steven Procopio about a triple homicide that occurred Oct. 15.

    Judge Dominick Motto listened to testimony yesterday of a New Castle police detective who investigated the murders of 10-year-old Amariah Emery; her mother, 31-year-old Nichole Pumphrey, both of whom lived at the New Castle home; and her mother's boyfriend, 31-year-old Lawrence Cannon, who had lived on North Greenwood Avenue. All three were found shot to death the morning of Oct. 16 inside a home at 819 W. North St. on the city's West Side.

    Motto said he would spare the public from the hours-long interview by the New Castle police of 19-year-old Procopio of Pulaski Township about what happened in that house the previous night. Procopio had been interviewed three times on tape on three separate days about his involvement in the case, District Attorney Joshua Lamancusa said.

    [...]
    Procopio is one of two suspects charged in the triple homicide. Anthony Lavon Cooper Jr., 20, of Michigan also is charged in the three deaths. Procopio remains in the Lawrence County jail and Cooper is in the Mercer County jail. Both are being held without bond.
    [...]
    Motto said that the hearing will be continued for a second session, and it has been set for 11:30 a.m. Oct. 4 in his courtroom.


    Hallowich, who has been a city police officer for 10 years, testified that he was called to the murder scene the following morning and arrived around 8:45 a.m. He said he entered a side door and there was no sign of forced entry. He said he saw a male dead on the couch with a deceased woman beside him leaning into him. A deceased child was lying at the bottom the stairwell.

    He said the state police were called to help process the scene and take fingerprints and DNA samples and that everything was turned over to the New Castle police for investigation. Samples were sent to a state police crime lab, he said, adding that not all of the results are back yet.

    He said Procopio was identified as a suspect by following leads that initially were provided by children at the scene, who told paramedics that "Aunt Jody" was at the house the night before with her son, Steve. They learned that Jody was Jody Hammer of Pulaski, who lived with Procopio. Hammer also was initially charged in the investigation, but the charges were eventually dropped.
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Wednesday, November 6th:
    *Trial continues (Day 3) (@ 1:30pm ET) - PA – Nichole Pumphrey (31), her daughter, Ameriah Emery (10) & Lawrence Cannon (31) possibly BF (Oct. 16, 2018, New Castle) – *Anthony Lavon “Mook” Cooper, Jr. (19) arrested (10/29/18), charged (10/19/18) & arraigned (11/13/18) with 3 counts of criminal homicide, 3 counts of criminal conspiracy, 1 count of attempted murder & 1 count of carrying firearms without a license. Plead not guilty. Bail denied.
    Trial started on 11/4/19
    11/4/19 Day 1: Jury selection. Trial continues to 11/5.
    11/5/19 Day 2: No info available yet. Trial continues on 11/6.
    *Steven Procopio (19) – Omnibus Pretrial hearing on 1/9/20, trial set to begin 2/3/20.
    *Jody Lynn Hammer - 4/1/19: All charges are dismissed.
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    @SeesSeas - hate to bother you - but is this trial going on?

    TIA! :)
     
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    SeesSeas FLORIDIAN

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    Trial continued to DEC 9, 2019
    Docket updated yesterday:
    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/Docke...-CR-0000176-2019&dnh=ry6S/rDufVSUdM/8Dc28yg==
    COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF LAWRENCE COUNTY
    DOCKET
    Docket Number: CP-37-CR-0000176-2019
    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    v.
    Anthony Lavon Cooper

    ENTRIES
    1 11/05/2019 Tuddles, Antonio D. Motion for Continuance
    2 11/05/2019 11/04/2019 Motto, Dominick Order of Court (Mtn/Cont Granted; Trial Cont to December 2019 Trial Term)

    CALENDAR EVENTS
    11/04/2019 1:30 pm Judicial Call of the Trial Continued
    12/09/2019 1:30 pm Judicial Call of the Trial Scheduled
     
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    Thanks a bunch SeesSeas! [​IMG]
     

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