Nine months after a 76-year-old man was found brutally murdered inside his home, there’s been a possible break in the case.
A woman’s journey through Pittsburgh’s Municipal Courts Building Thursday became the last steps from the United Kingdom – where she now lives – back to Pittsburgh before she would have to recount a trauma she experienced when she lived in Shadyside in 1992.
A former Pittsburgh resident is now headed to prison after pleading guilty in connection with the alleged rape of a Shadyside woman 25 years ago.
Detectives are working to track down a burglary suspect after using DNA evidence to identify the man in connection with a theft more than three years ago at a Harrison Township pharmacy.
A local man, already in jail in connection with several rape cases, has now been linked to another, and it’s all thanks to new DNA evidence. The case happened in Friendship back in 1989, and it has been unsolved ever since.
Authorities are set to make an arrest in the recent sexual assault cases that have left the Ross Township community on edge. The suspect has been identified by officials as 38-year-old Arthur Lamont Henderson.
During the fifth day of testimony in the case against accused cop killer Richard Poplawski, a DNA expert testified that the defendant’s DNA ties him to the shotgun that was used during the shooting that claimed the lives of three Pittsburgh police officers.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – DNA evidence and a recent DUI arrest have led investigators to a suspect in the 2008 shooting death of a man in a local hotel parking lot. Allen Austin was shot and […]