A man convicted of brutally attacking a bicyclist on the South Side is headed to prison.
The man accused of slashing the throat of a bicyclist on the South Side has been found guilty on all counts.
The man accused of slashing a bicyclist’s throat in a fit of road rage on the South Side was in court Tuesday.
After his arrest a year ago, Anthony Scholl had nothing to say on his way to jail.
Police say that 74-year-old Bernadette Scholl was shot in the head and found lying on a bed in the living room of her Munhall home Thursday.
A man is in custody after the SWAT team was called to a home in Munhall Thursday morning.
Anthony Scholl, 21, was arrested by police Thursday afternoon and charged in connection with a knife attack in early September on a bicyclist on Pittsburgh’s South Side.
Pittsburgh police say they have arrested a West Mifflin man in connection with a brutal attack in Pittsburgh’s South Side last month that left a bicyclist critically injured.