Lifetime Network fought decision to keep made-for-TV movie from airwaves
The Lifetime Network movie about the Christopher Porco murder case set to air this weekend will air as planned after the 29-year-old subject obtained an emergency court order to halt its premier.
Lifetime movie to showcase Delmar killings
Lifetime television network has released the air date of its small screen movie about the Christopher Porco murder case.
Lifetime movie to portray Delmar Murder and ensuing trial
The infamous Christopher Porco murder story will soon be portrayed through a Lifetime television movie.
Lawyers representing Christopher Porco have filed papers seeking to reverse his 2006 conviction for taking an ax to his parents as they slept in their Delmar home, murdering his father and severely wounding his mother.
A state appellate court has upheld Christopher Porco's 2006 murder conviction.
An appeal of the Christopher Porco murder conviction is on the docket for Monday, Nov. 30, in the Appellate Division, 2nd Department in Brooklyn.
The district attorney's office announced on Thursday, July 16, that David Rossi has been promoted as the county's newest chief assistant district attorney following the retirement of Mark B. Harris who previously held the post.
The Town Board has officially recognized the retirements of two senior detectives on the Bethlehem Police Department. Detective Bruce Oliver, a former DARE officer and school resource officer for Bethlehem Central, and detective Christopher Bowdish, an investigator known best for his work on the infamous murder trial of Christopher Porco, have both stepped down.
Officials from the state Department of Corrections have moved Delmar native and convicted killer Christopher Porco from the downstate correctional facility in Fishkill to Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, Clinton County.
Convicted killer Christopher Porco, a 23-year-old Delmar native, has been transferred from the Downstate Correctional Facility in Fishkill to the Clinton Correctional maximum security prison in Dannemora.
Christopher Porco is now one of more than 63,000 prisoners in the state prison system in New York and one of the nearly 23,000 prisoners housed in the 16 maximum-security prisons for men in the state.
Christopher Porco has been sentenced today to 50 years to life for the murder of his father, Peter, and the attempted murder of his mother, Joan
Judge Jeffrey Berry handed out the maximum sentence on one count of murder and one count of attempted murder against 24-year old Christopher Porco for killing his father Peter and severely injuring his mother Joan.
Sentencing for Delmar resident Christopher Porco will take place at 2 p.m. today in Albany County Judicial Center. An Orange County jury convicted Porco in August of murdering his father, Peter Porco, and attempting to murder his mother, Joan, in their Delmar home in November 2004.
Sentencing for Delmar resident Christopher Porco will take place at 2 p.m. today in Albany County Judicial Center.