Andrew Dys

September 5, 2013 11:12 PM

Phillips in denial right to the end

Julia Phillips, 69, was sentenced to life in prison Thursday after a jury found her guilty of playing a role in the strangling death of her boyfriend, former York Mayor Melvin Roberts.

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