An autopsy is set for today on the body of a man who was shot and killed in York City early Saturday morning. The coroner's office says 36-year old Danny Steele of York was shot as he sat in his vehicle at the intersection of North George and North Streets. Anyone with more information is asked to text a tip to York Tips at 847-411. Police say Steele had just left the Belmont Club. That business was formerly Club X-S which had a history of violence. It was two weeks ago when a 29-year old York City man was shot in the leg in the parking lot of the Belmont in the first block of West 11th Avenue. 32-year old York County resident Michael Bermudez was charged with attempted homicide and aggravated assault in that case.
A heart attack causes a driver to lose control of his car and hit a home in Lower Windsor Township, York County. The coroner's office has ruled that it was just after 1:30 Sunday afternoon when 54-year old Dennis Herbst of Wrightsville died from the attack moments before his vehicle hit a home in the 2500-block of Craley Road. The home sustained little damage. Herbst's death was ruled due to natural causes.
A college student from Lancaster County wins $100,000 dollars in a tuition contest with Dr. Pepper. It happened Saturday during halftime of the PAC-12 championship game in Arizona. 21-year old Josiah Borden was chosen to compete after submitting a video where he made his case for why he should win the money. Borden is a junior at the Univ. of Texas-Pan American where he is studying to be a nurse practitioner. In the video the 2010 Conestoga Valley High School grad said he wants to help low-income people by opening a pediatric clinic. On Saturday, Borden stood 5-yards away from an inflatable Dr. Pepper can and he was able to throw more footballs into the can's opening than his three competitors.
A York City man is under arrest after he allegedly threatened to plant a bomb at the headquarters of the Northern York County Regional police, the Springettsbury Township police and the State police. In a voicemail in which he made the threat the suspect also indicated that he was part of a new terrorist organization based in Ireland. The call was traced to 59-year-old Danny Wire. Wire is charged with making terroristic threats, threat to use weapons of mass destruction, causing or risking catastrophe and reckless endangerment. He's now in York County Prison in lieu of $200,000 bail.
York City police are investigating an attempted bank robbery. It happened at the Susquehanna Bank branch in the first block of East Market Street shortly after 9 a.m. Friday. Police say a man passed a demand note to a teller but for some reason left without taking any money. The suspect is described as an Hispanic male, age 18 to 25, approximately 5' 6" tall with a thin build. He was wearing blue jeans, a gray hooded sweatshirt, tan shoes, a black baseball hat with gray brim and a white letter 'P' on the front. Anyone with information on the suspect's identity or about the case is asked to call 846-1234 or Crime Stoppers at 755-tips. Or text tips to "YORKTIPS" at 847411. All information will remain anonymous. A cash reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in this case.