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Schoen decision to be reached Nov. 17

11/15/2016 12:54PM ● Published by Richard Gaw

By Richard L. Gaw
Staff Writer

Chester County Court of Comon Pleas Judge Patrick Carmody announced on Nov. 14 that he will likely reach his decision on the crimes allegedly committed by London Grove Township supervisor Raymond W. Schoen on Nov. 17.
He made the decision at the Chester County Courthouse at 9:15 a.m.
Carmody is reviewing the case law that was discussed in a pre-trial motion on Oct. 12, between Schoen's defense attorney Mark Philip Much and Assistant District Attorney Bonnie Cox-Shaw, which allowed Schoen to avoid having to attend his criminal trial on Nov. 9 at the Courthouse.
If the case is not decided on that date, a criminal trial will be rescheduled for Dec. 12.
Schoen was arrested Feb. 10 on a triple count of criminal trespassing, theft and receiving stolen property, for his involvement in the alleged stealing of firearms from a Birmingham Township home last December.

To contact Staff Writer Richard L. Gaw, e-mail rgaw@chestercounty.com.


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