The man accused of shooting to death a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounding another asked a judge Friday to order the prosecutor to stop using his name or photo in campaign materials.
A Pennsylvania trooper wounded in a deadly ambush outside his barracks last fall says he hopes to eventually return to the state police force.
The ambush on a northeastern Pennsylvania State Police barracks has played out on a courtroom screen.
There’s a big show of support here in Pittsburgh this weekend for Pennsylvania State Police and the families of the two troopers who were shot in an ambush earlier this year on the other side of the state.
The man accused of opening fire on a Pennsylvania State Police barracks admitted to killing a trooper because he was dissatisfied with government and wanted to “wake people up,” according to court documents filed Thursday that provided the first indication of a possible motive.
A state police official says investigators are testing a .308 caliber rifle recovered from an abandoned airport hangar to see whether it is the weapon used to gun down one trooper and wound another outside a northeastern Pennsylvania police barracks.
For 48 days, Eric Frein was everywhere and nowhere, supposedly sighted again and again, only to melt back into the woods in a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse.
Suspected Pennsylvania cop killer Eric Frein has been captured.
Police say they’ve determined that a car stolen in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains is not linked to the man being sought for the killing of a Pennsylvania state trooper.
A rifle-toting man with a mud-covered face who was spotted in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains is believed to be the suspect who has spent more than five weeks on the run after a deadly ambush at a state police barracks, officials said Saturday.
A Pennsylvania state trooper wounded in an ambush at a rural police barracks has been released from a hospital after more than a month of treatment.
Investigators fear the man suspected of killing one trooper and wounding a second is looking to strike again, the head of the Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday.
Law enforcement officials tracking the survivalist charged with ambushing a rural Pennsylvania State Police barracks have found caches of food and other supplies and believe he’ll likely start breaking into cabins or searching through trash bins to sustain himself, police said Friday.
The delicate search for a survivalist charged with killing a trooper more than two weeks ago shifted slightly over the weekend in the dense woods that authorities fear may be booby-trapped, state police said Sunday.
Authorities hunting for a survivalist suspected of killing a state trooper at a police barracks remained in the thick woods near his parents’ house Saturday to further narrow down the search area more than two weeks after the ambush.