Jillian Pikora

Assistant Managing Editor

jpikora@dailyvoice.com

Jillian is an editor and reporter based out of Pennsylvania's capital city of Harrisburg. She has a degree in Political Science and is a former political campaign manager. Over the past decade, she has worked as a staff reporter and freelance writer at Sisters Magazine, The Tempest, Huffington Post, CairoScene, and several other outlets. Prior to joining Daily Voice, Jillian worked as a digital news editor at Hearst's local NBC affiliate, WGAL News 8. She currently manages and reports stories in Pennsylvania for Daily Voice.

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Dad, Maryland Native Admits To Strangulating Infant Son: Adams County ADA Dad, Maryland Native Admits To Strangulating Infant Son: Adams County ADA
Dad, Maryland Native Admits To Strangulating Infant Son: Adams County ADA In one day in a Gettysburg courtroom, a 37-year-old man changed the life of his family, by pleading guilty to strangling his infant son, Adams County Assistant District Attorney Kyle Reuter explained to Daily Voice.  Jonathan Ray Moats, originally of Oakland, Maryland, mostly recently of Palmyra, PA,  was arrested in October following an incident involving his 5-month-old boy, court records show.   Moats has admitted to covering his son's nose and mouth using a blanket when he wouldn't stop crying, while at a home on High Street in New Oxford on Oct. 11, a…
Worker ID'd After Crushing Death Between Forklift, Tractor-Tractor in York Worker ID'd After Crushing Death Between Forklift, Tractor-Tractor in York
Worker ID'd After Crushing Death Between Forklift, Tractor-Tractor in York A 30-year-old person has been identified following a crash involving a tractor-trailer and a forklift at work in Manchester Township on Thursday.  The coroner identified the victim as Joseph Via III, "Joey, who was in the process of transitioning to Lizzy," her stepmother, Sue Frederick Via, said in a Facebook post.  She was found unresponsive and entrapped between a forklift and a parked tractor-trailer at her place of work, C-P Flexible Packaging, located at 15 Grumbacher Road, Manchester Township at 11:10 a.m. on Nov. 30, authorities explained. "It is unknown exa…
US Rt 30 Reopens After HazMat Called To Jackknifed Tractor-Trailer In Lancaster (UPDATE) US Rt 30 Reopens After HazMat Called To Jackknifed Tractor-Trailer In Lancaster (UPDATE)
US Rt 30 Reopens After HazMat Called To Jackknifed Tractor-Trailer In Lancaster (Update) A jackknifed tractor-trailer caused major delays on US Route 30 on Friday afternoon. The tractor-trailer leaked fuel onto US Rt. 30 East by Exit: PA 462 - Lincoln Highway, according to Lancaster County Wide Communications.  The jackknifing happened around 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 1, dispatchers explained. No injuries were reported, but a HazMat crew remains on the scene for "spill control," dispatchers said. Company 63 from the  Lafayette Fire Company assisted Lancaster County HazMat with the cleanup. The fuel came from the tractor-trailer's saddle tanks, the company explained. …
Father, Daughter Killed In RT 322 Crash In Manheim (UPDATE) Father, Daughter Killed In RT 322 Crash In Manheim (UPDATE)
Father, Daughter Killed In RT 322 Crash In Manheim (Update) A father and his daughter have died, and a woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash on PA Route 322 on Friday, according to an updated release by police on Monday morning.  Allen G. English, 84 of West End Avenue, Lititz Borough, and his daughter, Grace English-Rohrer of Pine Drive, Lancaster, were killed at the scene of the crash on PA Route 322. West 28th Divison Highway near the Lancaster/Lebanon counties line in Penn Township, Manheim at 11:45 a.m., on Friday, Dec. 1, the Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department detailed in a release.  At 11:54 a.m. …
Convicted Burglar, Attempting Rape In Lancaster Leaves Shoes: Police Convicted Burglar, Attempting Rape In Lancaster Leaves Shoes: Police
Convicted Burglar, Attempting Rape In Lancaster Leaves Shoes: Police This is no Cinderella story, but the shoes left behind at a crime scene were a clue helping officials track down their suspect.  Mohamed Camara has waived his right to a preliminary hearing following a horrifying burglar and assault, the Lancaster District Attorney's Office explained and court records confirmed.  Camara of the 500 block of Saint Joseph Street, allegedly broke into a home in the 400 block of Fremont Street and another in the 500 block of Manor St. in Lancaster City in the early morning of Nov. 16, 2023.  At 6:22 a.m. on Fremont Street, a woman — who had …
Drunk Gunman Randomly Shoots Then Steals Ring Doorbell: Lancaster Police Drunk Gunman Randomly Shoots Then Steals Ring Doorbell: Lancaster Police
Drunk Gunman Randomly Shoots Then Steals Ring Doorbell: Lancaster Police Early Friday morning, a 21-year-old man got drunk and supposedly began wandering around Lancaster randomly shooting a .9 millimeter handgun, authorities announced that same morning.  David Ramos was found "intoxicated and a 9mm handgun was found in his possession," city police state in a release on Dec. 1.  Before city police were involved, Manheim Township Police were called to a report of shots fired on the 800 block of New Holland Avenue around 1 a.m. Ramos was "walking around firing his weapon at random," the police said.  While investigating the MTP officers heard more…
Peeping Tom Student Secretly Records Franklin & Marshall College Girl's Bathroom, Police Allege Peeping Tom Student Secretly Records Franklin & Marshall College Girl's Bathroom, Police Allege
Peeping Tom Student Secretly Records Franklin & Marshall College Girl's Bathroom, Police Allege Four victims have been identified as police continue to investigate a camera found in a Franklin and Marshall College girl's dormitory bathroom, Lancaster Police announced on Thursday, Nov. 30.  F&M student John Riley has turned himself over to the Lancaster City Bureau of Police only after campus security identified him as the man they saw in the recordings placing the camera in the girl's dormitory bathroom.  The City police had already been contacted by Franklin and Marshall College campus security after discovering "a hidden camera within a dorm bathroom by female stu…
Ephrata Arsonist Lights Her Bed On Fire, Displacing 20 Neighbors: Police Ephrata Arsonist Lights Her Bed On Fire, Displacing 20 Neighbors: Police
Ephrata Arsonist Lights Her Bed On Fire, Displacing 20 Neighbors: Police A 30-year-old woman has admitted to starting a fire that spread throughout 12 apartments — displacing 20 of her neighbors, and leading a child to be hospitalized — the Ephrata Police Department announced on Thursday.  Savanna Ashley Parsons, "has been admitted to police that she had rubbing alcohol and a lighter on her bed prior to the fire starting and that she was alone in her apartment when the fire started. It was determined that the fire broke out in the area of her bed," as stated in the police release.  The police claim she "intentionally" started the fire that broke out at…
Body Cam Footage Of Armed Crime Spree Has Lebanon DA Ruling Shooting 'Justified' Body Cam Footage Of Armed Crime Spree Has Lebanon DA Ruling Shooting 'Justified'
Body Cam Footage Of Armed Crime Spree Has Lebanon DA Ruling Shooting 'Justified' Recently released bodycam footage showing just part of a 32-year-old man's crime spree has led Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf to rule police "justified" in shooting at him, as she announced at a press conference where she played part of the footage on Thursday. The South Lebanon Township police officer who shot Cesar Wilkins Romero-Colon, 32 of the 300 block of North Twelve Street of Lebanon was not named, but the two shots he fired at Romero-Colon are considered a justifiable "use of deadly force," the DA Hess Graf said. Neither shot hit Romero-Colon and the shots…
OSHA Investigating Fatal Tractor-Tractor, Forklift Crash In York (UPDATE) OSHA Investigating Fatal Tractor-Tractor, Forklift Crash In York (UPDATE)
Osha Investigating Fatal Tractor-Tractor, Forklift Crash In York (Update) Two coroners were called to the scene of a crash in Manchester Township on Thursday, according to the County of York Department of Emergency Services.  A 30-year-old man died following the two-vehicle crash involving a tractor-trailer and a forklift, the York County Coroner's Office explained in a release.  The unidentified man was found unresponsive at C-P Flexible Packaging located at 15 Grumbacher Road at 11:10 a.m. on Nov. 30, according to dispatch. "It is unknown exactly when the incident occurred," coroner Pam Gay said. The details about how the crash happened are …
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