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One man is hoping fans will open their wallets to fund the defense of an Internet celeb accused in the murder of Clark resident Joseph Galfy.
Clark has had more than its 15 minutes of fame with three turns on the nightly news in the past 12 months.
Caleb Lawrence McGillvary has been arrested by the Philadelphia Police Department at a Greyhound Bus Terminal for the murder of Clark resident Joseph Galfy.
Police allege the murder of Joseph Galfy, 73, was committed by Internet celeb Caleb Lawrence McGillvary, 24, better known as Internet sensation "Kai the Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker" on YouTube and Facebook.
Caleb Lawrence McGillvary, 24, better known as Internet sensation "Kai the Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker;" alleged on Facebook that he was drugged, raped.
The fire began on the third floor of the home; no one was injured.
The following information was obtained from the Westfield Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
The National Transportation Safety Board recommends reducing the limit. Some say it would save lives. Others say it's unreasonable.
The department has 23,618 followers.
Patricia Currie's brother says suspended sentences send the wrong message.
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