State: Rehab will not dissuade prosecution - 2007-08-01

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F0.png State: Rehab will not dissuade prosecution August 1, 2007, Mike Tischio, Standard-Journal

Narconon Arrowhead is the drug treatment center that has purportedly restored "drug and alcohol abusers and addicts to a clean and sober lifestyle." Their press release says nothing about the charges Ginsburg may face in relation to the deaths of two locals in Milton and Lewisburg.

William C. Herbert was found dead in his apartment in January 2006. When police arrived they also found Ginsburg. At the time, police alleged that Ginsburg confessed selling heroin to Herbert.

In November 2005, Lauren Pacenta was found unresponsive in her bed by her mother, the day after Thanksgiving, and it was later revealed that she and a friend had purchased drugs from Ginsburg at the now closed Burger King in Mifflinburg. The case had then been transferred to the state attorney general's office and is being handled by Dave Gorman, deputy attorney general.

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