House Of Filth
More than a dozen dogs were found abandoned in squalor in a Beaver County home Tuesday, and now efforts are underway to find new homes for them.
The parents of three children were charged after police say the children were found wearing soiled diapers in a house filled with mold and feces.
People who live in one Westmoreland County town say they are tired of trash, flies and other vermin.
The City of Pittsburgh is asking a judge to force a homeowner in the Perry South neighborhood to either clean up the piles of trash and garbage outside his home or let the city go onto his property to clean it.
A home in Ambridge was condemned by the borough’s code enforcement inspectors after police found it filled with trash, debris, roaches and animal waste.
Pittsburgh police arrested a Troy Hill couple after the six children in their home were found living in filthy conditions.
Called to an apartment house on Corey Avenue in Braddock, police found scenes of stench and squalor, and there in the midst of it, a 4-month-old girl, two boys – ages 1 and 2, and not an adult in sight.
Kimberly Flynn, 37, and Gilberto Rodriguez, 38, are accused of leaving their 2-year-old son, 2-year-old daughter and 1-year-old daughter in deplorable conditions at their Monaca home.