YORK – Joslyn J. Handley, 41, of York has been formally charged with two counts of committing child abuse intentionally/no injury.
Both counts are Class 3A felonies, which carry possible maximum sentences of three years in prison each, upon conviction, as well as $10,000 fines and 18 months of post-release supervision (if prison is part of a sentence).
According to court documents, the alleged victims in this case were nine and 12 years old.
Court documents indicate Handley was cited by the York Police Department. No other information is available as far as the details of the case. Documents in the case file labeled as “victim information” are not available to the public and there is no affidavit of probable cause in the court files.
The complaint categorizes the alleged crimes as “knowingly and intentionally causing or permitting a child to be placed in a situation that endangers his or her life or physical/mental health.”
The case has been bound over to District Court and arraignment proceedings have been scheduled for June 24.