Man Accused Of Assaulting Teenage Girl In GreensburgA man from Greensburg is facing charges for allegedly grabbing a girl by her hair and slamming her into a parked car.
Greensburg Police: ‘No Reports Of Clowns In Area, Friendly Or Otherwise’A police department in Westmoreland County is reassuring the public that reports of clowns sightings in the area are false.
Cops: Conniving Duo Steals $68K Christmas Stash From Man, 94Police are searching for a conniving couple who stole $68,000 in Christmas cash that a 94-year-old Pennsylvania man had hidden in his dresser drawer.
Police: Mom Brings Children To Sell HeroinA local mother is behind bars after police officers say she took her children with her to a drug deal.
Police Look For Greensburg Business BurglarsPolice are looking for two men who broke into a disaster restoration business in Greensburg.
Registered Sex Offender Accused Of Assaulting 13-Year-Old GirlA registered sex offender is back behind bars, accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl in Westmoreland County.
Unidentified Woman Spends Almost $3,000 Using Stolen Credit CardsGreensburg police are searching for a woman who has put nearly $3,000 worth of charges on stolen credit cards.
App On Stolen iPad Helps Greensburg Police Track Down Suspected BurglarsPolice in Greensburg say an iPad app is responsible for helping them track down two suspected burglars.
Police Seek Man Accused Of Passing Counterfeit Bills In GreensburgPolice are looking for a 20-year-old man who is allegedly passing counterfeit bills.
Overdose Leads To Arrest Of Alleged Drug Dealer In Westmoreland Co.A heroin overdose in one Westmoreland County community helped police in another community to arrest a man who they say is a mid-level dealer.
2 More Victims Come Forward In Prank Call InvestigationMost of us have gotten a prank call in our lives, but a caller using obituaries to frighten already-grieving victims, has cast a wider net than first thought.
2 Westmoreland Co. Teens Charged Under New Law Regulating SextingTwo Greensburg Salem Middle School students are among the first to be charged under a new state law that regulates sexting among teens.