Last month it was revealed that over the summer police executed a search warrant for Kenneth Konias while he was in jail. They wanted to see the tattoos he made, allegedly in jail.
He’s charged with fraud and theft, accused of stealing millions in tax dollars. The founder and former CEO of the Pa. Cyber Charter School, Nick Trombetta, was in court today where he pleaded not guilty and requested a trial by jury.
A Pittsburgh woman has been scheduled to change her not guilty plea in what federal prosecutors say was a $2 million scheme to sell phony magazine subscriptions door-to-door.
It’s been about a year-and-a-half since millions of dollars went missing from an armored truck in the Strip District and the body of Michael Haines also found inside.
Walmart is big. It’s the biggest employer and retailer in the world, bringing in a $285 billion in annual sales. So, why would a multi-national corporation allegedly nickel and dime its customers?
A pharmacist will serve more than two years behind bars on charges he helped a former Pittsburgh Steelers team doctor illegally distribute anabolic steroids.
The mother of the man accused of leading police on a high-speed chase through the South Side ending with police shooting into his car has filed a civil rights lawsuit.
Prosecutors will not seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing his partner in the back of an armored truck and taking millions of dollars.
The man who set off a nationwide manhunt after allegedly killing his co-worker and stealing millions of dollars will stand trial.
The man accused in the shooting death of his partner and the theft of more than $2 million from an armored truck appeared in federal court this afternoon.
Sources close to the Ken Konias armored heist investigation say the suspected killer is back in Pittsburgh. Konias, 22, is scheduled to appear in federal court downtown Thursday afternoon.
The man wanted in connection with shots that were fired at the White House is expected in federal court today following his arrest Wednesday afternoon in Indiana County. Investigators say Oscar Ortega-Hernandez was taken into custody at the Hampton Inn in White Township just after noon on Wednesday.
The man accused of duping young women into sending him nude photos of themselves is being released from jail.
The last of eight defendants charged in a federal child pornography case was sentenced this morning in federal court in Pittsburgh.