In Westmoreland County a small, razor-like blade was discovered in a package of M&M candies, which was given to 12-year-old Matthew Hernley, when he was out trick-or-treating with some of his friends Sunday afternoon.
A man accused of stealing and drinking more than $100,000 worth of vintage whiskey has been held for court.
The live-in caretaker of a Greensburg mansion faces criminal charges for allegedly drinking more than $100,000 worth of the owner’s whiskey.
Credit cards led police to make an arrest in a rash of car burglaries in Westmoreland County. More than 40 vehicles were targeted by at least one thief over a four-day period.
Sam Miller, 84, had been missing from Jo-Ella’s Personal Care Home on Spruce Street in Scottdale for at least six hours, but he was found safe at about 10 p.m. Monday.
Two brothers from Scottdale arrested in connection with a string a vehicle break-ins were in court. Christopher and Dylon Prolenski are now headed for trial after waiving their preliminary hearing on charges they broke into 32 vehicles.
Seth O’Donnell, 25, is accused of attacking his mother, her boyfriend and an elderly neighbor last week in Scottdale.
State police in Greensburg are searching for a man after a domestic dispute in Westmoreland County sent two people to the hospital Friday afternoon.
Two brothers have been arrested in connection with over 30 vehicle break-ins in Scottdale over the weekend.
The mother of a boy with cerebral palsy wants to know why someone would damage items her son needs to stay alive.
One person has been arrested after a suspicious device was found in Scottdale Tuesday afternoon.
Urban garden or pile of garbage? A state Appeals Court has upheld the decision of a Westmoreland County judge that the clutter in a Scottsdale man’s yard is garbage and needs to be cleaned up.
A man accused of swinging a hatchet at his roommate and her infant son is telling his side of the story. The preliminary hearing for 31-year-old Vincent South was continued to give him time to get an attorney.
A local mom charged with cheering on her daughter in a fight that ended up on YouTube went before a judge this afternoon.
The 16-year-old and 13-year-old, both students in the Southmoreland School District, were both found to be delinquent on a charge of disorderly conduct.