Commander Scott Schubert

Police Worried Local Motorcycle Gang’s Exploits Could Endanger PublicYou've seen what happened in New York when a rogue motorcycle gang tried to stop traffic on a major highway.
Pittsburgh City Council Considers Red Light CamerasIn Philadelphia or Washington, D.C., if you run a red light and nobody sees it, you might think you got away with it. But you didn't.
Man Accused Of Setting Wife's Home On Fire Facing ChargesA man accused of setting his wife’s home on fire while the woman and her children were inside is now facing several charges.
The Men That Ended The Hostage Situation Rob Pratte talked to Commander Scott Schubert, Officer Matt Lackner and Lt. Jason Lando of the Tactical Negotiating Team that took control of the situation that held a grip on downtown and shut down the Gateway Center plaza for several hours Friday.
Man Charged After Fight With Brother, Standoff In BrooklineOne man is facing charges following a standoff in Pittsburgh’s Brookline neighborhood.
Elderly Woman Robbed In Sheraden After Leaving ChurchAuthorities are searching to two boys after an elderly woman was robbed while she was leaving church in Pittsburgh’s Sheraden section.
Police Hope Drivers Put Down Phones With Texting Ban In PlaceThere is now a ban on texting while driving in Pennsylvania. The new law went into effect at midnight, and today, we are learning more about how and when police will enforce it.
Police Step Up Efforts To Keep Pedestrians, Bicyclists Safe In OaklandIt's one of the busiest places for pedestrians in the area, but it's also one of the most dangerous. Forbes Avenue in Oakland has been the scene of dozens of crashes over the last few years, but part of the problem also involves people on foot who don't obey the law.