Harold Hayes

Rash Of Bank Robberies Being Investigated As Holiday Season BeginsA man accused of robbing a bank changed his plea to guilty Wednesday in federal court. It comes during a rash of robberies that seem to be more prevalent this time of year.
Hotel Employee Convicted Of Sexual Relationship With 2 Boys Gets 6-18 MonthsA woman convicted of having a sexual relationship with two teenage boys as a desk clerk at a Butler County hotel was sentenced Tuesday morning.
DA, Defense Say Plea In Works In Bathtub Drowning Of Two SonsAllegheny County prosecutors and Laurel Schlemmer's defense attorney are under a gag order, so they can't speak publicly about the deal.
District Attorney Appeals Judge's Decision Not To Step DownA judge said he would not step down in the re-trial of a convicted arsonist Wednesday. Friday, the district attorney appealed that decision.
Former County Councilman Turns Himself In On Perjury ChargesA former Allegheny County councilman already awaiting sentencing in a theft case was hit with new charges Friday. It all stems from some accusations against a judge.
Motion To Remove Judge From Former Councilman's Theft Case Thrown OutA judge who found a former county councilman guilty of stealing money from an elderly woman's estate will remain on the case.
Judge Says He Will Not Step Down In Re-Trial Of Convicted ArsonistAllegheny County District Attorney Steve Zappala says the judge hearing the retrial in the case of the man accused of setting the Bricelyn St. fire that killed 3 city firefighters should step aside from the case because he thinks he can't be impartial.
Pittsburgh Councilman's Bill To Decriminalize Pot Introduced To CouncilA Pittsburgh city councilman wants to decriminalize possession of small amounts marijuana.
3 Plum Teacher Lawyers Seeking Grand Jury EvidenceThree lawyers representing three of the Plum teachers accused in connection with a sex scandal were in court today seeking secret grand jury evidence.
FBI Agents Head Back To Ohio To Investigate Rochester Girl's MurderFBI agents from Pittsburgh and Cleveland searched the woods in Portage County, Ohio, Friday, hoping new technology will help them with two cold cases.
Man Ordered To Stand Trial For Neglecting Judge Of Elections DutiesHe's accused of neglecting his duty. A man in charge of opening up a polling place on Election Day simply didn't show up, and investigators revealed today that he gave them multiple versions of what happened before they got the truth.
Local Congressmen Working To Give Forgotten Vets A Proper BurialLynne Doyle was among those at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies this Veterans Day visiting the graves of her parents.
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