Citing a “potential COVID-19 exposure,” the Hon. R. Michael McKenney on Monday, January 25, ordered the closing of the Lancaster County Circuit Court and the Clerk’s Office January 25-28, according to an order sent out by Lancaster County Clerk of the Circuit Court Diane Mumford.
Judge McKenney said the operation of the court and clerk’s office would “constitute a threat to the health or safety of the general public and county employees.”
by Jackie Nunnery
LANCASTER—The Lancaster County Circuit Court convened Friday, January 22, with the Hon. R. Michael McKenney presiding.
In the case of Matthew Q. Rosner, no address given, charged with two felony probation violations, a hearing to appoint counsel was continued until April 23, as Rosner is still a fugitive.
The arraignment of Terence M. Clarke of Weems, charged with a felony probation violation, was continued until April 23, as Clarke is a fugitive. Clarke also is facing a felony charge for possession of a Schedule I/II substance. A hearing is scheduled for April 23.
The arraignment of Delaina D. Cooper of Baltimore, charged with three felonies for failing to appear, was continued until April 23, as Cooper remains a fugitive. A hearing on three additional felonies…