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Glenolden PC-782 - History

Glenolden PC-782 - History

Glenolden

A borough in southeastern Pennsylvania.

(PC-782 dp. 280, 1. 173'8"; b. 23'; dr. 10'10"; s. 22 k.:

cpl.65,a.13",140mm. , 520mm., 2rkt., 2dcp. ,2dct.; cI.PC-461)

PC-782 was laid down 26 November 1942 by Commercial Iron Works, Portland, Oreg., launched 31 December 1942: sponsored by Mrs. G. B. Wallace, and commissioned 19 July 1943, Bt. (j.g.) M. W. Thomas in command.

After shakedown, PC-782 conducted 3 months of patrol and escort duty while assigned to the Northern Sector, Western Sea Frontier, for ASW training. Sailing 4 December for duty in the Aleutian Islands, she steamed via Dutch Harbor, Alaska, to Attu Island. During the next 10 months she served on local patrol and escort duty throughout the Aleutian chain.

Departing Attu 25 October 1944, PC- 782 returned to the West Coast 11 November for overhaul at Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Wash. Between 6 and 10 March 1945 she sailed to San Francisco, and on 15 March she departed for Pearl Harbor as escort for LST-845. Arriving 24 March, she was assigned to the Hawaiian Sea Frontier and during the next 5 months operated as n patrol and escort ship.

PC-782 departed Pearl Harbor 12 September and arrived San Pedro the 21st. She sailed for the East Coast 5 October, transited the Panama Canal the 16th; and arrived Key West several days later. Following inactivation overhaul, she sailed 17 November for Green Cove Springs. Fla., arriving 20 November. After serving as Naval Reserve Training ship, PC-782 decommissioned in October 1949 and joined the Atlantic Reserve Fleet. While berthed in Norfolk, VA., she was named Glenolden 15 February 1956. Her name was struck from the Naval Register 1 April 1959, and she was sold 14 September 1959 to Hughes Bros., Inc.


Glenolden PC-782 - History

From: Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships , Vol. III p 108

A borough in southeastern Pennsylvania.

(PC--782: dp. 280 1. 173'8" b. 23 dr. 10'10" s. 22 k. cpl. 65 a. 1 3", 1 40mm., 5 20mm., 2 rkt., 2 dcp., 2 dct. cl. PC--461)

PC--782 was laid down 26 November 1942 by Commercial Iron Works, Portland, Greg. launched 31 December 1942: sponsored by Mrs. G. B. Wallace and commissioned 19 July 1943, Lt. (j.g.) M. W. Thomas in command.

After shakedown, PC--782 conducted 3 months of patrol and escort duty while assigned to the Northern Sector. Western Sea Frontier, for ASW training. Sailing 4 December for duty in the Aleutian Islands, she steamed via Dutch Harbor, Alaska, to Attu Island, During the next 10 months she served on local patrol and escort duty throughout the Aleutian chain.

Departing Attu 25 October 1944, PC--782 returned to the West Coast 11 November for overhaul at Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Wash. Between 6 and 10 March 1945 she sailed to San Francisco, and on 15 March she departed for Pearl Harbor as escort for LST--845. Arriving 24 March, she was assigned to the Hawaiian Sea Frontier and during the next 5 months operated as a patrol and escort ship.

PC--782 departed Pearl Harbor 12 September and arrived San Pedro the 21st. She sailed for the East Coast 5 October transited the Panama Canal the 16th and arrived Key West several days later. Following inactivation overhaul, she sailed 17 November for Green Cove Springs. Fla., arriving 20 November. After serving as Naval Reserve Training ship, PC--782 decommissioned in October 1949 and joined the Atlantic Reserve Fleet. While berthed in Norfolk, Va., she was named Glenolden 13 February 1956. Her name was struck from the Naval Register 1 April 1959, and she was sold 14 September 1959 to Hughes Bros., Inc.


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Glenolden PC-782 - History

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What Is Arson of a Structure or Forest Land (PC § 451(c))?

What is &ldquoforest land&rdquo was the issue on appeal in the case of People v. Keith Julian Costella (2017 DJDAR 3909).

Craig Kubitz was a co-worker and friend of Mr. Costella. Kubitz called Costella one night and said he wanted to come over to Costella&rsquos house to pick-up some money Costella owed him. Costella told Kubitz to stop by.

When Kubitz came over, Costella took out a shotgun, shot Kubitz and instantly killed him. Costella did not know what to do with the body, so it stayed in his apartment for five days.

On the sixth night, Costella loaded the body into a pick-up truck and took it out to a spot along a highway in Redlands, near Wabash Avenue and Reservoir Road. He grabbed a container of gasoline and then took the body to a spot in the vacant lot some distance away from the road. He then doused the body in gasoline and lit it on fire. He then drove away.

Firefighters responded and put out the fire.

Arson investigators determined rather quickly that another person caused the fire and Costella was arrested shortly thereafter.

The case went to trial in San Bernardino Superior Court. Costella was charged with second degree murder and arson of forest land. As to the arson charge, a firefighter testified at trial that the area where the body was found was &ldquoa vacant lot&rdquo with &ldquosome grass and weeds growing&rdquo and an area with &ldquosome vegetation.&rdquo Around the victim&rsquos body, &ldquosmall bits of grass around the body&rdquo burned. There was also &ldquobare dirt&rdquo around the body. There was a residential area bordering the lot on one side.

In jury instructions, the judge instructed the jury on arson of forest land as &ldquoforest land means brush-covered land, cut-over land, forest, grasslands, or woods.&rdquo

The jury convicted Costella and the judge sentenced him to 40 years to life for murder and the firearm enhancement and a concurrent term of two years for arson of forest land.

Costella appealed that there was insufficient evidence that &ldquoforest land&rdquo was burned within the meaning of the arson statute and therefore the arson conviction should be reversed.

The Fourth Appellate District, in People v. Keith Julian Costella (2017 DJDAR 3909), denied the appeal, finding that the vacant lot constituted &ldquobrush covered land&rdquo under the definition of &ldquoforest land&rdquo in Penal Code § 450(b).

The appellate court found substantial evidence from the trial court record that the land where the arson was committed was brush covered and thus constituted forest land. In other words, the areas of just bare dirt did not disqualify the land as being forest land and small clumps of grass apparently did qualify it as so.

The court reached this conclusion after noting that the Penal Code does not define brush or brush covered. Therefore, the court could consider &ldquoa variety of extrinsic aids, including legislative history, the statute&rsquos purpose, and public policy.&rdquo People v. Gonzalez (2008) 43 Cal.4th 1118, 1126. The court then considered that the dictionary (Merriam-Webster) definition of brush was &ldquoscrub vegetation&rdquo and that &ldquoscrub,&rdquo in turn, means a &ldquostunted tree or shrub.&rdquo Since the firefighter described the area around the body as a combination of bare dirt, grass and small brush, and small shrubs are visible in photographs, the area did constitute &ldquoforest land&rdquo under Penal Code § 451.

We believe that his appeal may not have ended as it did had the facts been more favorable to Mr. Costella. If Mr. Costella had not attempted to burn a body of a friend he killed, and left in his house for five days (no less), we believe the court might have been far more likely to rule in Costella&rsquos favor on appeal.


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Glenolden PC-782 - History

Cities in Mills County, southwest Iowa, and in Pope County, west-central Minnesota.

(PC-1140: dp. 280 1. 173'8" b. 23' dr. 10'10" s. 22 k.
cpl. 05, a. 1 3", 1 40mm., 3 20mm., 2 rkt., 4 dcp., 2 dct.
cl. PC

PC-1140 was laid down by Defoe Shipbuilding Corp. Bay City, Mich., 8 February 1943, Iaunched 14 June, and commissioned 22 January 1944, Lt. F. El. Beardsley, Jr., in command.

After shakedown at Miami, PC-1140 escorted convoy runs in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean until early June. Following an overhaul at Norfolk she sailed 4 July for the Mediterranean, arriving Bizerte on the 23d. Assigned to patrol duties, she operated along the coast of Italy until 14 August when she departed Ajaccio, Corsica to escort a convoy en route to the invasion of Southern France. Pa-ll40 patrolled in the assault area on the 15th, with subsequent runs convoying rear echelon and service troops to the newly opened front. The submarine-chaser returned to Naples 17 August.

For the rest of the war she operated on patrol and escort duty oft the Italian and French coasts. After VE Day, PC-1140 sailed for the United States, arriving Key West 14 June. She was scheduled for Pacific operations however, the war came to a victorious conclusion before deployment to the Far East. Following training exercises off Florida, the submarine chaser arrived Norfolk 6 November. PC-1140 decommissioned in January 1947 and entered the Atlantic Reserve Fleet. While berthed at Green Cove Springs, Fla., she was named Glenwood (PC-1140) 15 February 1956. Her name was struck from the Navy List 1 July 1960, and she was disposed of by Navy sale in March 1961.

PC-1140 received one battle star for World War II service.A borough in southeastern Pennsylvania.

(PC-782 dp. 280, 1. 173'8" b. 23' dr. 10'10" s. 22 k.:

cpl.65,a.13",140mm. , 520mm., 2rkt., 2dcp. ,2dct. cI.PC-461)

PC-782 was laid down 26 November 1942 by Commercial Iron Works, Portland, Oreg., launched 31 December 1942: sponsored by Mrs. G. B. Wallace, and commissioned 19 July 1943, Bt. (j.g.) M. W. Thomas in command.

After shakedown, PC-782 conducted 3 months of patrol and escort duty while assigned to the Northern Sector, Western Sea Frontier, for ASW training. Sailing 4 December for duty in the Aleutian Islands, she steamed via Dutch Harbor, Alaska, to Attu Island. During the next 10 months she served on local patrol and escort duty throughout the Aleutian chain.

Departing Attu 25 October 1944, PC- 782 returned to the West Coast 11 November for overhaul at Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Wash. Between 6 and 10 March 1945 she sailed to San Francisco, and on 15 March she departed for Pearl Harbor as escort for LST-845. Arriving 24 March, she was assigned to the Hawaiian Sea Frontier and during the next 5 months operated as n patrol and escort ship.

PC-782 departed Pearl Harbor 12 September and arrived San Pedro the 21st. She sailed for the East Coast 5 October, transited the Panama Canal the 16th and arrived Key West several days later. Following inactivation overhaul, she sailed 17 November for Green Cove Springs. Fla., arriving 20 November. After serving as Naval Reserve Training ship, PC-782 decommissioned in October 1949 and joined the Atlantic Reserve Fleet. While berthed in Norfolk, VA., she was named Glenolden 15 February 1956. Her name was struck from the Naval Register 1 April 1959, and she was sold 14 September 1959 to Hughes Bros., Inc.


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