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Constable removed from office in Bradford County

A judge ruled that Shane Peters cannot hold public office because of a previous criminal conviction for indecent assault.

MILAN, Pa. — A man elected constable in Bradford County has been removed from office.

A judge ruled that Shane Peters cannot hold public office because of a previous criminal conviction for indecent assault.

Peters won a write-in vote for constable in Sheshequin Township in November.

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