Jamal Cooper, pictured, and Sharif Layton appeared before Magistrate District Judge Kent Smith in Reedsville on Monday morning.
Jamal Cooper, pictured, and Sharif Layton appeared before Magistrate District Judge Kent Smith in Reedsville on Monday morning. John Boogert jboogert@centredaily.com
Jamal Cooper, pictured, and Sharif Layton appeared before Magistrate District Judge Kent Smith in Reedsville on Monday morning. John Boogert jboogert@centredaily.com

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