An arrest warrant has been issued for one of the California University of Pennsylvania football players accused in the Oct. 30 attack that resulted in a brain injury for a West Chester man.
It is a case where both the judge and the prosecutor admitted they knew the defendant, and they had a lot of respect for him as a lawyer. But this lawyer was in trouble, and could have ended up in jail after today’s hearing.
Frank Coonelly, the president of the Pittsburgh Pirates, was sentenced Friday for his arrest in December 2011 on driving under the influence charges.
Pittsburgh Pirates president Frank Coonelly is facing driving under the influence charges after he was reportedly pulled over in Ross Township late last year.
Two Pittsburgh firefighters were arrested in separate incidents this weekend; it follows a string of arrests for the fire bureau.
INDIANA, Pa. (KDKA) – An Indiana University of Pennsylvania student is facing DUI charges after police say they watched her attempt to drive her car with a BAC of greater than 0.300. According to authorities, […]
CORAOPOLIS (KDKA/AP) — Robert Morris sophomore guard Karon Abraham has waived his right to a preliminary hearing on drunken driving and other charges. Authorities say Abraham told police he had been drinking vodka before he […]