Richard Poplawski is on death row, convicted for the murders of Pittsburgh Police Officers Paul Sciullo, Stephen Mayle and Eric Kelly.
One of our city’s most notorious cop killers will be back in court Wednesday to try and convince the top judges in the state that he shouldn’t have been convicted, and shouldn’t have gotten the death penalty.
It’s been five years since three Pittsburgh Police officers were killed while responding to a domestic call.
It has been four years, since three Pittsburgh Police officers were shot and killed in Stanton Heights.
Wednesday night, friends, relatives and fellow officers attended a special memorial service for the patrolmen at St. Joseph Church in Bloomfield.
In 2009, SWAT was deployed 96 times. In 2010, that number jumped to 120 deployments and last year SWAT was called out 145 times. That increase has the police brass looking at whether the tactical unit is being called out too often.
Crews have torn down the Stanton Heights home where convicted murderer Richard Poplawski shot and killed three Pittsburgh Police officers.
The Stanton Heights home where three Pittsburgh police officers were shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute in April of 2009 is set to be demolished Monday, bringing down a painful reminder for the community.
The home in Stanton Heights where three Pittsburgh Police officers were shot and killed in 2009 was sold at a sheriff’s sale Monday morning.
At 8-pounds, 6-ounces, Devin Devon Pope was born September 21st at West Penn Hospital at 4:40 p.m. on what would have been his uncle’s 44th birthday.
Convicted cop-killer Richard Poplawski was in court on Tuesday to be sentenced on other charges stemming from the the tragic 2009 incident in Stanton Heights.
Richard Poplawski’s home in Stanton Heights was scheduled to be put up for sheriff’s sale on Tuesday, but the auction has been rescheduled.
Family, friends and community members gathered at Osceola Park in Bloomfield today for an annual street hockey tournament to honor a fallen hero.
A suspect who led police on a chase crashed near the Zone 5 police station in Pittsburgh. The suspect’s car wrecked into a wall that had the names of Paul Sciullo II, Stephen Mayhle and Eric Kelly.
Richard Poplawski’s attorneys wasted little time appealing his conviction and sentencing for the murder of three Pittsburgh police officers.