A Millvale Police officer charged with violating a suspect’s civil rights by repeatedly zapping him with a stun gun, even after he was handcuffed has been found guilty.
Police have arrested a student in connection with a fatal shooting near the campus of Edinboro University.
The trial of a Millvale Police officer charged with violating a suspect’s civil rights by repeatedly zapping him with a stun gun, even after he was handcuffed, continued Tuesday.
Police are looking into a crash at Allegheny General Hospital Tuesday morning.
Police say a driver rammed into several parked cars along East Carson Street in the South Side and kept on going.
A jury was hearing opening statements in the trial of a western Pennsylvania police officer charged with violating a suspect’s civil rights by repeatedly zapping him with a stun gun, even after he was handcuffed.
Police in Fayette County say they successfully broke up a burglary ring.
The man accused of opening fire on a Pennsylvania State Police barracks admitted to killing a trooper because he was dissatisfied with government and wanted to “wake people up,” according to court documents filed Thursday that provided the first indication of a possible motive.
State police say a western Pennsylvania man who befriended a woman at a harness racing track two years ago has since conned her out of $15,000 by pretending he had cancer.
The man accused in three armed robberies at an ATM machine in Westmoreland County was set to be in court today for a preliminary hearing, but the prosecution and defense worked out a deal.
Jury selection is scheduled to begin for a Millvale Police officer charged with violating a suspect’s rights during an arrest in 2012.
After nearly a half-dozen bomb threats at a Greene County high school, state police say they have made an arrest in some of the threats.
A woman is facing drug charges after being arrested when police were called out to check on a suspicious vehicle in a parking lot in Banksville.
A jitney driver, allegedly under the influence, led police on a chase Downtown Sunday night with two passengers in the car.
Prosecutors say a Pittsburgh Police payroll accountant stole more than $9,000 from the city by fabricating invoices, keeping cash reimbursements and pocketing funds she claimed were meant for riot shields and community outreach.