It was almost a year ago when NCIS agents, joined by Washington County investigators raided the Army Navy surplus store in California, Pennsylvania.
Police in Westmoreland County raided an apartment in New Kensington early this morning, seizing drugs and taking several people into custody.
This Army Navy surplus store in California, PA, is part of a nationwide investigation by the NCIS of stolen property taken illegally from a Marine Corps base in North Carolina.
The California Army & Navy surplus store in Washington County was raided Thursday by NCIS and detectives from the Washington County District Attorney’s Office.
Four people were taken into custody Wednesday morning during a raid by the SWAT team.
Shortly after a massage parlor opened for business in Aspinwall Wednesday morning, it was raided by police and several federal agencies. Now, two people are facing charges.
The FBI and the IRS carted out dozens of boxes filled with personal papers Wednesday from the home of George Retos on Lemoyne Avenue in East Washington.
Sources confirm federal agents spent several hours on Thursday at Silky’s Gentleman’s Club in McKees Rocks. Sources confirm the FBI agents had a subpoena, and asked for and received receipts from the last four years.
Law enforcement officials from several departments, including the DEA, raided two Downtown Pittsburgh jewelry stores Wednesday morning.
It’s the final chapter in a sad and tragic tale. The home owned by Robert and Christina Korbe is going up for sheriff’s sale.
A city councilman is now calling on Mayor Luke Ravenstahl to put Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper on a leave of absence.
Just a day after the FBI seized documents from Pittsburgh Police Headquarters, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl is reacting to the federal investigation.
It’s a raid. Armed with warrants, state and local police descend on the Stop ‘N Go in Arnold, Westmoreland County.
Bridgeville and Allegheny County Police, along with the FBI, Tuesday dismantled an alleged house of prostitution.
Everyone is looking for a good deal around the holidays, especially on gifts for the kids. However, after a major raid Monday night, police are urging consumers to double check what they’re buying to be sure it’s the real thing.