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Park Named after Autumn Pasquale; Shooter at MontCo Strip Club ID'd
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/21/13 12:39 am | updated: 10/21/13 12:39 am
One year ago today 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale was murdered in her Clayton, NJ neighborhood. Today, family, friends, and the community gathered to honor her memory. Little Ease Park on East Avenue has been renamed and dedicated to her honor. Pasquale's grandmother lives on the street and remember spending many hours with Autumn in the park over the years. She'd skateboard, cheerlead for the football team, and ride her bike. Her attackers, brothers Dante and Justin Robinson, killed her for that BMX bike a year ago. Younger Justin has taken full responsibility and was sentenced to 17 years in prison this summer. Dante was released last month for time served. Naming the park in her honor will ensure that the entire community will remember her for life and invite others to enjoy it just as she did and hopefully help comfort everyone and provide healing.

Police have identified the man that walked into a Montgomery County strip club, opened fire, and led police on a high speed chase. It happened at 6:30pm Saturday at Double Visions on Easton Road in Horsham. 55-year-old Joseph Thiers came in a entrance reserved for dancers and opened fire. He shot two people, Phillip and Jason Catagnus, both managers at the club. They were taken to Abington Memorial Hospital. When police arrived, Theirs got in his car and led them on a high speed chase for four miles before crashing into a tree at Stuckert and Warwick roads in Warington and was taken into custody. It is believed that he came back to the club and fired out of revenge after getting thrown out on Tuesday. Theirs has been arraigned with bail set at $2.5 million.
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