Sources close to the Ken Konias armored heist investigation say the suspected killer is back in Pittsburgh. Konias, 22, is scheduled to appear in federal court downtown Thursday afternoon.
KDKA Investigator Marty Griffin has learned that $1.3 million stashed by armored car employee Kenneth Konias in two locations in Florida has been returned to Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Police, a detective from Ross Township, FBI agents and members of the Broward County Sheriff’s Department went to the last hideout of Ken Konias to interview people late Thursday. The armored truck driver is accused of murdering his partner, Michael Haines, and stealing more than $2 million.
He’s accused of stealing more than $2 million and shooting and killing his co-worker, but Ken Konias says it all happened in self-defense. Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala held a news conference today on the case following Konias’ arrest earlier this week in Florida.
Shortly after his arrest, Ken Konias was described as exhausted and remorseful.
On Tuesday night, the people that housed Ken Konias leading up to his arrest late Monday night spoke out.
The arrest of Ken Konias was welcome news for family and friends of Michael Haines, the man Konias is accused of killing.
New details have surfaced regarding what was going on at the house where Ken Konias was arrested.
Mike Pintek was joined on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA by Larry Likar, Associate Professor and Chair of LaRoche College’s Department of Justice, Law and Security.
A man wanted in connection with an armored truck heist in February was arrested in Florida Tuesday morning.
The manhunt is over. After 55 days, the FBI has captured one of the nation’s most wanted criminals. Ken Konias had been on the run since the end of February after he allegedly murdered an armored truck guard and stole millions of dollars.
There was a search that lasted 15 or 20 minutes Wednesday night after what seemed like a lead in the hunt for Ken Konias, Jr.
The parents of an armored car guard accused in the death of his partner and stealing more than $2 million are pleading for their son to surrender.
Three weeks after the armored truck heist and murder, the suspect, Ken Konias, Jr., remains at large. Tonight, his parents, with their attorney, Charles LoPresti, made a public plea to their son.
Three weeks after an armored truck heist and murder, the suspect, Kenneth Konias, Jr., is still at large. However, tips are coming in after the crime was featured last week on “America’s Most Wanted.”