NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. (AP/KDKA) — The father of a man convicted in the fatal shooting of a western Pennsylvania police officer has been found guilty of intimidating a potential witness in his son’s trial.
Gregory Baucum was convicted on two misdemeanor counts, but acquitted of a felony charge.READ MORE: Chilling Video Shows Man Climbing Through Bedroom Window At Beaver County Home While 2 Kids Were Sleeping
The former Arnold resident faces up to four years in state prison when he’s sentenced later this year.
Authorities have said Baucum threatened the witness on social media, labeled her a snitch and published details online of her cooperation with law enforcement.READ MORE: Veterans Searching For Jobs In Pennsylvania Face Challenges
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