It has been four years, since three Pittsburgh Police officers were shot and killed in Stanton Heights.
Crews have torn down the Stanton Heights home where convicted murderer Richard Poplawski shot and killed three Pittsburgh Police officers.
The Stanton Heights home where three Pittsburgh police officers were shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute in April of 2009 is set to be demolished Monday, bringing down a painful reminder for the community.
The home in Stanton Heights where three Pittsburgh Police officers were shot and killed in 2009 was sold at a sheriff’s sale Monday morning.
The house where three Pittsburgh police officers were shot and killed during a standoff in 2009 will go up for sheriff’s sale on Monday.
Richard Poplawski’s home in Stanton Heights was scheduled to be put up for sheriff’s sale on Tuesday, but the auction has been rescheduled.
There are new details about the house in Stanton Heights where three Pittsburgh police officers were shot and killed while responding to a domestic call in April of 2009. The KDKA Investigators have learned that the house is scheduled for sheriff’s sale later this year.
It has been a week of intense emotions at the Allegheny County Courthouse during the trial of Richard Poplawski, who was convicted Saturday in the deaths of three police officers. As the verdict came down, Poplawski’s mother, Margaret, was thrown out of the courtroom.
The family of Richard Poplawski, the man accused in the deaths of three police officers, was in the courtroom Saturday as closing arguments were presented to the jury.
The house on Fairfield Street in Stanton Heights looks as it has for the past two years — a boarded-up eyesore and a reminder of the tragedy that claimed the lives of the three Pittsburgh police officers.