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Prosecutors expected to find a pretrial letter in the envelope, which was handed to them by a man accused of pistol-whipping and robbing his online date.
Instead, a Pennsylvania deputy district attorney got a smelly surprise when she opened the envelope at a court hearing on April 19 before trial: It contained “only fecal matter” — and no letter to speak of, according to the Dauphin County District Attorney’s office.
Incident - Prosecutors - Noses - Defendant - Case
The incident may have hurt prosecutors’ noses, but apparently it didn’t help the defendant’s case. Rasheem Drummond, the 34-year-old Harrisburg resident on trial, was found guilty April 24 of robbery and carrying a firearm without a license following the online date incident from last year.
Drummond now faces aggravated harassment by a prisoner charges for his bodily antics in court. It’s illegal “for an inmate to cause or attempt to cause another individual to come into contact with a bodily fluid or ****” in the state of Pennsylvania, the district attorney’s office said.
Drummond - Right - Hearing - Monday - Prosecutors
Drummond waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Monday, prosecutors said. That sends his case to trial in the court of common pleas.
He’s going to prison for shooting a cop. The cop taunted him with K-Y Jelly in court.
Drummond - Trial - Jan - Prosecutors - Pair
The date-turned-robbery Drummond was originally on trial for occurred on Jan. 15, 2017, prosecutors said. After the pair met...
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