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Carryout Courier: York driver accused of rallying in Charlottesville resigns A delivery man for a York service resigned amid accusations of being among white supremacists who attended the rally in.
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on Aug 12. The York Dispatch is reporting that the man resigned effectively immediately Tuesday from Carryout Courier. The man was not identified. Carryout Courier is a company that delivers takeout.
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they also will serve prepared carryout food created by chef and butcher Steve Luttrell, who was a chef in New York City for about ten years before.