Mayor Gullo passes Md., Pa. bar exams

November 17, 1993

New Windsor Mayor Jack A. Gullo Jr. can finally remove the black and white sign from his bathroom mirror that has reminded him for the last year, "You still have to pass the bar."

The mayor learned yesterday that he passed the bar exams in Maryland and Pennsylvania. He expects to be sworn in as an attorney in both states in mid-December and said he intends to begin practicing law in his Green Valley Road office at the beginning of 1994.

Mr. Gullo received his law degree in May -- the day before he was sworn in as mayor -- from the Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pa. He graduated from Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pa., in 1990 with a bachelor's degree in biology.

He attended bar review courses for eight weeks this summer at the College of Notre Dame in Baltimore. He took both exams in July.

Mr. Gullo said he also must attend a one-day ethics class at the beginning of December.

Man charged in deaths of 2 men on Route 407

A 20-year-old New Windsor man has been charged with two counts of automobile manslaughter in a December 1992 accident that killed two people.

James Gregory Martin was indicted by a county grand jury this month. The indictment stems from a Dec. 12 automobile accident in which Gary Schisler, 25, and Andy Stonesifer, 18, both of New Windsor, were killed.

According to police and court records, the deaths occurred when a pickup truck driven by Mr. Martin collided head-on with another pickup on Route 407. The driver of the other pickup has not been identified.

Both of the victims were passengers in Mr. Martin's truck.

Mr. Martin is free on $75,000 full bond pending a trial. No trial date has been set.

FIRE

* Taneytown: Engines from the Taneytown station assisted Adams County, Pa., firefighters at a two-alarm blaze in a cleaner's shop on King Street in Littlestown at 4:18 p.m. &L Monday. Units were out for almost two hours.

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