Ross Township Police
Nearly two years ago, a Ross Township mother vanished without a trace. Her two children came home from school and their mother was gone.
Police have released some surveillance video as the search continues for the suspect in a gas station robbery in Ross Township Wednesday morning.
Many local roads and driveways are torn up after a long winter. It may be a good idea to get your driveway fixed, but beware because police say there’s a scam going around.
It’s not your typical theft ring; a group of middle-aged men ripping off stores up and down the East Coast, including here in Pittsburgh. KDKA Investigator Marty Griffin spoke to a private investigator who says it won’t be an easy case to crack.
There are new details to go along with the surveillance video police released of a brazen group of thieves that hit a local Louis Vuitton store and made off with thousands of dollars in merchandise.
The Louis Vuitton logo is claimed to be the fashion world’s first “designer label.” It was created to prevent counterfeiting of the Parisian company’s products. It hasn’t worked.
It’s been exactly one year since a Ross Township mother vanished. Family, friends and police have been searching for Jamie Peterson ever since.
Three people are facing charges after a man was dragged by a vehicle on McKnight Road in Ross Township last month. Investigators say the incident began as a drug deal.
The unidentified victim of what police say may have been a road rage incident in Ross Township remains hospitalized. The incident happened during rush hour Wednesday, just after 5:30 p.m., on McKnight Road.
A man dragged along McKnight Road during Wednesday night’s rush hour is in serious condition at the hospital.
Police are trying to track down the driver of a car seen dragging a man down McKnight Road in rush hour traffic. It happened in the far right, southbound lane of McKnight shortly before 6 p.m.
Ross Township police are investigating a report of a carjacking attempt in the parking lot a local shopping center. It happened just before 7 p.m. in front of Burlington Coat Factory.
Despite the capture of a suspect and the slick snowy roads, dozens still turned for a community crime-watch meeting at the Ross Township municipal building.
Ross Township police are holding a Crime Watch meeting tonight for community residents, despite the recent arrest of accused rapist Arthur Henderson.
The suspect wanted in connection with two sexual assault cases in Ross Township earlier this month is in police custody following a lengthy standoff overnight in Pittsburgh’s Hill District.