A teacher accused of selling heroin out of a rented home in Robinson Township is going to trial.
It’s not exactly found money, but it comes pretty close.
The state attorney general has charged a high school special education teacher with selling heroin from his western Pennsylvania home.
An eight-month long investigation led to more than 100 arrests in the area. It was part of a long-term drug sweep in five Pittsburgh neighborhoods.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Vicente Fox, former President of Mexico, about Mexican-US relations, immigration, drug trafficking, and his coming visit to Pittsburgh.
There are new details on what’s being called a gang-related heroin ring. Court documents are linking the alleged members of the East Hills Bloods to other crimes across the area.
More than a dozen people, including suspected gang members and drug dealers, have been indicted by a federal grand jury while still others have been rounded up by the state.