Prosecutors and defense attorneys for the man accused of gunning down three Pittsburgh Police officers during a standoff in Stanton Heights two years ago have selected seven jurors for his upcoming trial. The out-of town jury will then be brought back to Pittsburgh for Richard Poplawski’s trial, which is set to begin on June 20th.
A man accused of killing three Pittsburgh police officers in Stanton Heights two years ago will soon stand trial.
When a prosecution psychiatrist interviews Richard Poplawski at the Allegheny County Jail, Poplawski’s defense attorneys will be present.
The Stanton Heights Neighborhood Association sponsored a candlelight vigil and memorial tribute to three Pittsburgh officers gunned down two years ago.
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.
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