Man shoots neighbor to death after dispute

By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times Carter Clayton III WEST GOSHEN — A dispute between neighbors turned deadly when a man shot his next door neighbor on Box Elder Drive in the head twice, killing him immediately in the early morning hours, Tuesday. Carter Clayton III, 51, was charged with the killing of G. Brooks Jennings, after a dispute over headlights shining into Clayton’s home, just after...

GOT HIM!

Road rage killing suspect surrenders to police Sunday morning David Desper WEST GOSHEN — The subject of a multi-state manhunt turned himself in early Sunday to face first degree murder charges in the case of a road rage shooting that took the life of a West Chester teenager, Thursday. David Desper, 28, of Trainor, surrendered to authorities at 2 a.m. Sunday, according to Chester County District Attorney...

Hunt for road rage gunman intensifies

A composite drawing of the man sought in the road rage shooting of a West Chester teen, Thursday evening. Authorities have one message for the man sought across the region for the brutal slaying of a teenage girl in an apparent road rage incident on Route 100 Thursday evening: turn yourself in, or authorities will find you. West Goshen police circulated a composite drawing of the man, thought to be...

Manhunt underway for road rage gunman

By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times WEST GOSHEN — A manhunt is now underway for the man who senselessly snuffed out a young life in an apparent case of road rage where Route 100 merges into US-202 during the Thursday evening rush hour — when an armed man shot and killed a young woman, township police said.

Letter: We can build a safe pipeline

To The Editor, I have been a resident of West Goshen Township for 20 years and a resident of West Chester Borough the 24 years prior. I recently attended the township meeting in West Goshen regarding the Mariner East project that was held at East High School. The ultimate concern of myself, my friends, and my neighbors, is the safety of the pipeline and the pumping station. 

Hogan announces law enforcement awards

County’s top cop, prosecutor honored; Pileggi, Simpson, Coatesville PD earn honors By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times Coatesville Police Chief Jack Laufer (left) holds a commendation from Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan for his department’s work on the murder of Aaron Turner as Sgt. James Audette looks on and Hogan offers his congratulations. WEST CHESTER — It was a gathering...