Three packages containing lollipops and unspecified paperwork were responsible for a bomb squad being called to a northwestern Pennsylvania courthouse.
They weren’t bad vibes, but police say some unexplained buzzing coming from a mailbox in a central Pennsylvania town were cause enough to shut down the town square for a couple hours.
Mysterious canisters placed at a utility pole Wednesday night shut down a busy intersection near a grocery store in Mount Lebanon.
The Allegheny bomb Squad was called to a home in Beaver County Tuesday afternoon.
Explosions to demonstrate just how dangerous, and unpredictable, fireworks can be.
Police from four different agencies and representing two counties surrounded a Westmoreland County house Friday because of an investigation by the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office into online sharing, downloading and the distribution of child pornography.
It certainly caused a scare for people living at Fort Mason Village in Masontown, Fayette County.
Police and the Bomb Squad were called Hazelwood, where a possible pipe bomb was located.
A suspicious package dropped off at the UPS Store in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood Wednesday has been deemed safe after it prompted evacuations, road closures and sent the bomb squad and Hazmat crews to the scene.
Police, the SWAT team and the bomb squad were called to a home in Indiana Township Thursday night where a man barricaded himself inside.
The bomb squad has been called to a home in Brookline.
The Allegheny Bomb Squad has been called to the scene of a bank robbery in New Castle.
A Robinson Township movie theater was evacuated Monday night after someone made a bomb threat.
With summer comes a lot of outdoor activities from grilling, to setting off fireworks, to sitting by a campfire. But, all the fun activities can present some pretty serious danger, too.
Police are investigating after three reports of suspicious devices found on Pittsburgh’s South Side within a half mile of each other and in the span of nine hours.