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Excessive Force

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2nd Officer Testifies In Jordan Miles Civil Re-Trial

The civil re-trial continues for three Pittsburgh Police officers who are accused of using excessive force against a former CAPA student.


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Officer Testifies In Jordan Miles Civil Case

The second civil trial brought by Jordan Miles against three police officers continued with more testimony on Thursday.


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New Trial Gets Underway In Jordan Miles Civil Case

Testimony began this afternoon after opening statements concluded in the second trial of the civil suit brought by Jordan Miles against three police officers after an incident in Homewood in January of 2010.


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Community Group Screens Dash Cam Video Of Brothers’ Arrest In Homewood

Members of the Alliance for Police Accountability say the dash cam video tells the whole story.


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Woman Who Sued Over Amputation Now Facing Drug Charges

Amy Needham, 35, of Ross Township, is facing drug possession charges after police say she was found unconscious in the bathroom of a West View drug store.


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McKeesport Couple Believes Sheriff’s Deputies Acted Unprofessionally

Allegheny County Sheriff’s deputies are under fire for the way they served a warrant on a man after he didn’t show up for a court hearing.


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Woman Suing Over Amputation Following Arrest

A local woman has filed a lawsuit against Allegheny County saying that her life will never be the same after she was arrested.


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Supporters Rally To Get Charges Against Man Shot During Traffic Stop Dropped

Dozens of people gathered at the City-County Building in Downtown Pittsburgh this morning.


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Citizen’s Police Review Board Director Debates Excessive Force, Necessary Restrain

Police officer’s know that dealing with the public requires responsible hospitality.

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA–03/20/2013

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Q&A Tuesday: Detective Turned Author Gets Inside Scoop

KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek was joined in the studio today by Dennis Marsili for Q&A Tuesday. Marsili is a retired New Kensington Police Department Detective turned author.

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA–01/31/2012