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12/3/2018
 
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A Cambria County woman is facing charges after police said she tampered with evidence. Johnstown police said Jasmine Primus removed two cellphones and a bag from a home on Steel Street where 19-year-old Deontaye Hurling was found dead last month. The Cambria County district attorney said Hurling was killed by Paul Lehman. Police said Primus took the items from the scene and then drove to her mother's residence and back to the home on Steel Street before calling 911. Primus is being charged with tampering with evidence and hindering apprehension. She is in the Cambria County prison on $50,000 bail.
  
 
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