By Kenneth Lipp
Common Pleas Judge Diana L. Anhalt declared a mistrial in the case against Gov. Corbett’s former son-in-law and also former Philadelphia Police Narcotics officer Gerold Gibson. Gibson was fired last year after allegedly taking $140 in marked money during an FBI and Police Department sting.
The Philadelphia Daily News reports that Judge Anhalt declared the mistrial Friday afternoon after the jury indicated it was “hopelessly deadlocked.” The jury went out Friday morning, and was released by the judge after only five hours of deliberation.
Read Mistrial in theft case of Gov. Corbett’s ex-son-in-law Gerold Gibson at the Philly Daily News.