A man who was convicted in connection with a home invasion, but not a shooting that left a Clairton Police officer paralyzed, was sentenced Thursday morning.
A rally was held Friday afternoon to show support for an injured Clairton Police officer after two men accused in a shooting, which left him paralyzed, were acquitted.
On the second full day of deliberations, the jury reached a verdict in the trial of two men accused of shooting a Clairton Police officer.
The jury stopped deliberating for the day in the trial of two men accused of shooting Clairton Police Officer James Kuzak.
The trial for two men charged in the shooting of Clairton Police Officer James Kuzak resumed Monday morning.
Defense attorneys for two men accused in the shooting of a Clairton Police officer in 2011 had their requests for a mistrial denied Wednesday. Emilio Rivera and Marcus Andrejco are charged with shooting Clairton Police Officer Jim Kuzak during a home invasion in April of 2011.
Testimony began in the trial for two men accused of shooting a police officer, which left him partially paralyzed. Emilio Rivera and Marcus Andrejco are charged with shooting Clairton Police Officer Jim Kuzak during a home invasion in April of 2011.
A year has passed since police officer Jim Kuzak responded to a home invasion in Clairton, and now he takes another big step in his recovery.
Before he was injured in a shooting, Clairton Police Officer Jim Kuzak had planned to participate in a torch run with his fellow law enforcement officers to raise money for Special Olympics; but Officer Kuzak isn’t letting his injuries stop him.
West Allegheny High School is holding a police basketball game to raise money for Officer James Kuzak who was shot three times during a home invasion in Clairton. For more information, visit OfficerJimKuzak.com.
The man suspected of shooting a police officer in Clairton last week has been cleared of all charges and released from jail, but another person has been arrested.