125 Years Ago
Shooting Kills a Man
January 5, 2023
Herald of Jan. 6, 1898
Frank Corriger, aged 55, was fatally shot while attending a party at Carlim, near Williamsburg, on Sunday afternoon. The gun was said to be in the hands of Joseph Fonner, a fellow quarry employee. The men were drinking at the time. Coroner McCartney of Blair County held an inquest and recommended that Fonner be held on charges of involuntary manslaughter. He was placed under arrest.
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