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Plea Deal Gives Martinsburg Man Probation for Role in Cattle Thefts


A Martinsburg man who was arrested by North Woodbury Township police in 2020 for helping a former Kulp Family Dairy Farm employee steal cattle was sentenced to two years’ probation and ordered to pay restitution of $3,023 after pleading guilty to third degree felony theft of movable property in Blair County Court on May 8. Paul A. Tremmel, 67, was in court for jury selection but a plea agreement was reached instead.

Felony counts of receiving stolen property, theft by deception, and conspiracy, were dismissed in a plea deal accepted by Blair County Judge Jackie Bernard.

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