Map of Pennsylvania highlighting Delaware County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Marcus Hook Mayor James D. Schiliro was arraigned Thursday on charges he allegedly had a police officer bring a 20-year-old friend to his home, where he gave the minor alcohol and fired a gun in his house while drunk.
Judge David R. Griffin set bail at $50,000 unsecured for Schiliro, 38, on charges of recklessly endangering another person, unlawful restraint, false imprisonment, furnishing alcohol to a minor and official oppression.
“We intend to fight these charges,” said Michael Malloy, Schiliro’s attorney. Schiliro did not comment.
Schiliro has been asked by the borough council to resign, which he has said he would not do.
Map of Pennsylvania highlighting Berks County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
For the first time in three years, Berks County slipped three spots in the annual health ranking of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties.
But while Berks dropped to 17th best for health outcomes, the overall health outlook for residents remained much the same.
The statistics used to determine the rankings – low birth weights, premature deaths and residents’ reports of being in fair or poor physical or mental health – were nearly identical to last year’s.
“I think overall we have a lot of work to do,” said Mary Hahn, St. Joseph Regional Health Network’s vice president of strategy and business development. “A lot of it does start beyond the walls of hospitals and doctors offices.”