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A jury found a woman guilty of all charges on Thursday in connection to the deaths of two students at Red Lion Area Senior High School, who died in a car crash after drinking at her home. Jodie Tierney, 46, of Windsor Township was found guilty in the deaths of Stone Hill, 17, of Delta, and Nick Mankin, 16, of Felton, who were killed on June 16, 2015. They were both going into their senior year and played football with her oldest son, Stephen II.
Jodie Tierney, 46, of Windsor Township, is standing trial in the York County Court of Common Pleas on two counts of involuntary manslaughter and related offenses. Stone Hill and Nick Mankin knew that Jodie Tierney would help them with “whatever they needed.”“They knew her as their mother as well,” said her son, Stephen Tierney II, 18, on Wednesday in the York County Judicial Center.
Jodie Tierney, 46, of Windsor Township, is standing trial in the York County Court of Common Pleas on two counts of endangering the welfare of children, involuntary manslaughter and related offenses. The blood alcohol level that was calculated for a Red Lion Area Senior High School student who died in a car crash is unreliable, an expert for the defense testified on Tuesday.
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