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Beaver County Deputy Will Face Trial On Charges She Lied To Help A Fugitive Avoid Apprehension

A Beaver County Sheriff’s Deputy will face trial for allegedly lying to help a fugitive avoid apprehension. Charges against Deputy Kayla D. Stevenson were held for court today following a preliminary hearing in front of Magisterial District Judge James DiBenedetto. Stevenson was arrested in August on charges she lied to fellow deputies in the Beaver…

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John Paul
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