The Penn Hills community came together Thursday evening in a show of support and appreciation for police officers and other first responders. The candlelight vigil marked the somber, third anniversary of the death of Officer Michael Crawshaw who was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call.
It was three years ago this evening that Penn Hills Police Officer Michael Crawshaw was shot and killed while responding to a call. On the anniversary of his death, he is being remembered by family, friends and community members.
Jury selection has begun in the death penalty trial of Ronald Robinson, who is accused in the shooting death of Penn Hills Police Officer Michael Crawshaw.
A man accused of killing a Penn Hills Police officer is expected to make a full recovery after being rushed to the hospital on Tuesday.
A man facing jury selection in the death penalty trial involving the shooting death of Penn Hills Police Officer Michael Crawshaw was rushed to the hospital Tuesday morning.
On Saturday, 44-year-old Allegheny County police Sgt. Perry Vahaly of Clairton was off duty riding his personal motorcycle on Route 51 in Rostraver when a deer ran into his path. Now, his friends, family and colleagues reflect on his life.
We hear the phrase, “Gone but not forgotten” quite a bit, but hundreds held true to that Saturday by joining together to ride in memory of Penn Hills Police Officer Michael Crawshaw.
Jury selection has been postponed in the trial of a man accused of killing a local police officer in 2009.
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 […]
Another movement is underway to keep Officer John David Dryer’s memory alive.
The Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation, the East Washington Police Department and the Autism Center of Pittsburgh have announced the release of Officer John David Dryer Memorial t-shirts.
Area police and the Pittsburgh Penguins will be collecting donations to benefit the family of a fallen officer in Washington County.
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.
Visitation continues today in Washington County for slain East Washington Police Officer John David Dryer.
Since the death of Officer John Dryer earlier this week, there has been an outpouring of support for his family. A single comment on Facebook began a movement to keep Officer Dryer’s legacy alive.