WASHINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) — Relatives of slain East Washington Police Officer John David Dryer are reportedly reopening his veterinary clinic today. Officer Dryer was also a veterinarian at Chestnut Veterinary Clinic in Washington. Family members […]
A funeral service is being held today for the East Washington police officer who was shot and killed last weekend in the line of duty.
People traveling in and around Washington County should expect some delays during today’s funeral for fallen East Washington Police Officer John David Dryer.
Visitation continues today in Washington County for slain East Washington Police Officer John David Dryer.
Hundreds turned out to pay respects to fallen East Washington Borough Police Officer John David Dryer who was killed during a traffic stop along Interstate 70 over the weekend.
About 2,000 mourners are expected for the funeral of East Washington Borough Police Officer John Dryer. Dryer, 46, was shot and killed while making a traffic stop along Interstate 70 late Sunday night.
In Claysville, the tolling of bells carries an underlying sound of sadness on a gray day. East Washington Borough Police Officer John David Dryer was killed during a traffic stop along Interstate 70.
Members of a local community are mourning the loss of a police officer who was killed in the line of duty Sunday night.
The suspect in a shooting that left one officer dead and another injured was shot and killed during a standoff at his home Monday morning.
Two East Washington police officers were shot during a traffic stop along Route 70 around 11 p.m. Sunday. One of the officers has died, while the other remains in critical condition.
Authorities in Washington County are investigating following what is believed to have been a police-involved shooting in the City of Washington late Sunday night.
The borough council in East Washington voted unanimously, 6-0, to fire embattled Police Chief Donald Solomon. The 55-year old was indicted by the feds late last month on charges of extortion, protecting drug dealers, selling police Tasers and making threats.
Trick-or-Treat night for children was the same as always in East Washington, but for adults, there was something potentially scarier than frightening masks or images – the fact that their police chief is under FBI arrest accused of protecting drug dealers, selling police Tasers, arranging a drive by shooting and more.
A man was ejected from his vehicle when it apparently overturned on Interstate 70 in Washington County.
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