Her trial for allegedly selling crack cocaine is on May 25, 2010 in the Chester County Justice Center.
Pennsylvania State Representative Tim Hennessey PA 26 said this about his alleged crack cocaine dealer/Office Manager Lisa Johnson; "We're trying to hold down the fort without her, but we'd welcome her back,"
I wonder if Voter Services and the Chester County Republican Committee would welcome her back if she would be convicted of selling crack cocaine.
Would she be able to preside as Judge of Elections in Coatesville’s Fifth Ward on “work release” if she is convicted?
I think this kind of stuff is called “just politics” by certain CCRC members. I think it stinks heaven high.
John Tinson and Lisa Johnson are scheduled for their trial to begin at the Chester County Justice Center on:
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“On Nov. 19, 2009, city police charged Tinson, 51, of Coatesville, with criminal conspiracy, possession of a controlled substance, manufacture of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal use of communication facility following a lengthy investigation that took place last summer…
Police filed charges against Johnson on Dec. 1; she surrendered to Hines on Dec. 3. The charges against Johnson include criminal conspiracy, possession of a controlled substance, manufacture of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Wheatcraft agreed to withdraw a drug-dealing charge.
When the arrests were made, Johnson and Tinson lived together in the 700 block of Coates Street. It was unclear Friday whether Johnson and Tinson still reside together.
Also at the time of the arrest, Johnson was working as an administrative assistant in state Rep. Tim Hennessey's Coatesville office.
Hennessey, R-26th, of North Coventry, said in December that he had informed the House Republican Caucus of the charges. Although Johnson works in Hennessey's office, the caucus is her employer and will decide what happens to her as a result of the charges.”When she was asked if she went to Tim Hennessey's office former Coatesville City Councilperson Patsy Ray said, "I go there and I can go there every day"
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