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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Former Police Chief's Son Traded Father's Guns For Heroin

Son of former Wellsville Police Chief in jail...accused of taking guns from father

(pictured-Timothy Margeson)
A man has been arrested for stealing the Carlisle, PA police chief's guns and then selling them for heroin, according to Carlisle police in a press release issued Friday night.
Investigators said Chief Stephen Margeson's son, Timothy Margeson, stole two loaded guns from his father's unmarked SUV and traded it for heroin.

Police then arrested Steven Williford, who purchased the two stolen guns for heroin, police said. For more on the story, click the lick below:

Man in custody over missing Carlisle Police weapons


***Chief Margeson has been involved in law enforcement since 1977 when he became a police officer in Wellsville, NY. He remained a Police Officer until 1982 when he became Chief of Police for the Wellsville Police Department. On July 30, 1990 he was appointed as Chief of Police for the Carlisle Borough Police Department where he remains Chief of Police today. 

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

typical ginger

Anonymous said...

why must you post that he was the son of a retired chief of police. does that make his kids above the law? why not just say his name an people can put two an two together. Sad story I hope he gets the help he needs.

Anonymous said...

Can we please not go there? I am a red head, or a ginger as you said and that is just rude. I am far from stealing guns and trading for drugs. Thanks