Dr. Karl Williams
A 2-year-old Clearfield County girl is being called simply, “Baby Sophia.”
The jury has found a West Virginia woman accused of drowning her 2-year-old son in a hotel bathtub guilty of first-degree murder.
The defense has rested their case in the trial of a woman who is accused of drowning her 2-year-old son in a hotel room bathtub.
A defense attorney says a University of Pittsburgh medical researcher plans to waive extradition on charges of having fatally poisoned his neurologist wife with cyanide.
Shortly after Dr. Autumn Klein died, investigators knew it was due to cyanide poisoning. The question is, why.
The FBI has positively identified the remains of a woman found at the Waterfront in 2000.
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.
In June of 1997, the body of a petite, black woman in her 80′s was found thrown over a hillside along Ohio River Boulevard and her body was mummified. That case remains open.
Each room was set up like a different crime scene, everything from a meth lab to a shooting. Every crime scene has evidence and that’s what makes drills like this so critical.
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.
Investigators remain on high alert today as the investigation continues into a series of recent sexual assaults.
The badly decomposed body of a woman was discovered wrapped in a carpet and discarded in a wooded area in Wilkinsburg leaving the police and forensic scientists at the Allegheny County Crime Lab little to go on.
They are the real CSI. Forensic scientists don’t carry weapons and don’t make arrests; but in the new Allegheny County Crime Lab, they’re using state-of-the-art technology to help police solve murders and rapes
For years, Allegheny County’s crime lab suffered from a lack of funding, staff and resources; and as a result, some violent criminals were never prosecuted.
Federal grants have allowed the forensic scientists at the county’s new crime lab to analyze and process the evidence under the watchful eyes of the current Allegheny County Medical Examiner Dr. Karl Williams.