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The Waynesboro Police Department is investigating a complaint received on 31 May 2022 where a masked individual displaying a handgun posted a threat on social media advising that students should not go to school. Investigators have determined that the message was posted from a fictitious account.

William Lebo’s end of watch occurred on Thursday evening, March 31, 2022. He is survived by his wife, Lora, his daughter, Corinne, and his mother, Rina, as well as his brothers, Richard Lebo and his wife Denise, and Jerry Lebo and his wife Colleen, and three nephews, their spouses and children. He is predeceased by his father, Sterling Lebo and his sister, Patricia Lebo. All of the family resides in Lebanon County. He is also survived by his wife’s loving family, the Reverend Dr. Jeffery Seeley and Dale Seeley, Anne and Thomas Beattie, Paula and James Kopcho, their children and grandchildren, who all adored him.

When I drive through our neighborhood or surf through the internet, it is very common to see signs for support of the police or posts supporting the blue. In recent months, we have all seen the rise in violent crime in our neighborhoods. And, now more than ever the state and local police truly need our support as their very lives are being threatened. They need more than a sign or a post.