Man Convicted Again In 1975 Slaying Gets LifeA man convicted again in the slaying of a Hagerstown police officer in 1975 has been sentenced to life in prison a second time.
Retrial Brings Conviction In Md. Officer's SlayingThe retrial of a man convicted of murdering a Hagerstown police officer has produced the same verdict as in 1976: guilty of first-degree felony murder.
New Trial Set For Next Week In 1975 SlayingHe once was dubbed "a mild mannered escape artist" by the Gettysburg Times in a 1981 article about his flight from the Patuxent Institution in Jessup, Md. At the time, it was his sixth prison break in 10 years. He was 32.
New Trial Set In 1975 Slaying Of Police OfficerA new trial has been scheduled for a man serving a life sentence for killing an off-duty Hagerstown police officer in 1975.