Police Investigate North Side Home Invasion

NORTH SIDE (KDKA) – Pittsburgh Police are investigating an early Wednesday morning home invasion on the North Side.

According to police, the incident happened in the 3500-block of Fleming Avenue just after 2 a.m.

This is the second home invasion at the same house in less than 24 hours.

There are no reported injuries and no arrests have been made at this time.

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  1. paul says:

    gee, was it related to drugs by any stretch of the imagination?

    1. ALSO PAUL says:

      I’LL BET YOU IT WAS

  2. Dakota says:

    What do you mean the natives?

  3. Brianna says:

    I think this is very stupid and i also think some people are very immature

  4. Irritated White Guy says:

    I love because it happened in the city we must assume it was drug related. Good call Paul, and Steve, Really? Is that even needed. It’s 2011, who makes comments like that. I am sure you are the two people who sit in their sweet little suburbian home while their kids are out getting high and stealing from the neighbors cars. While you and the neighbors are blaming it on the black kids in the city. Just because you are some White Yuppies doesn’t give you the power to say that kind of stuff. If you maybe would think about educating yourself you would know that a lot of the heroin in the city is actually trafficked in from up North. Erie, Butler, Seneca Valley aka (Heroin High). But that’s right you live in your little suburbian bubble where the white man can do nothing wrong and no drugs are used or sold outside the city. Good call you Morons!

  5. marissa says:

    I think this is terrible and frightening for the people that live on that street and in the area. No person should ever fear being at their own home. Hopefully, the police will catch this person, and put a lot of good peoples mind at ease.

  6. Henry says:

    Yea Steve and Paul grow up

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