A man accused of shooting and paralyzing a Pittsburgh police officer was found guilty on all counts Monday afternoon.
Closing arguments are expected to begin Friday against the man accused of shooting and paralyzing a Pittsburgh police officer
Defendant James Hill took the stand Friday and denied firing his weapon at all.
The jury in the trial of James Hill saw pictures of the guns used during the shootout Thursday.
The jury in the trial of James Hill heard police dispatch tapes the day of the shooting that paralyzed Officer Morgan Jenkins.
James Hill, the man accused of shooting a Pittsburgh Police officer and wounding another during an altercation last April, waived his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday. However, he now faces an additional charge that was filed today.
The state is taking another look at how they place criminals in work release centers.
The man accused in a shooting that left a Pittsburgh Police officer critically wounded is expected in court today.
The KDKA investigators have learned that a police officer paralyzed in a shooting earlier this month, will probably never walk again.
Police say the incident in which a suspect was shot by police and two officers were injured will undergo review by the critical incident review board.
The man who allegedly shot and critically injured a police officer in Homewood Thursday morning has a criminal history.