Officers found 2,300 pills and more than $8,000 in cash when they searched the home of Bobby Shumaker, according to police.
Officers found 2,300 pills and more than $8,000 in cash when they searched the home of Bobby Shumaker, according to police. Lancaster Police Department
Officers found 2,300 pills and more than $8,000 in cash when they searched the home of Bobby Shumaker, according to police. Lancaster Police Department

He parked in the elementary school pick-up line. Police say he was there to sell drugs.

October 11, 2017 6:56 PM

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