State police are asking for the public’s help to identify some shoplifters with expensive taste.
A woman from Aliquippa was arrested after going on maternity leave and is now facing charges for allegedly stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the local company she worked for.
A local softball association thought all was lost when someone broke into their concession stand and stole hundreds of dollars.
Two Indiana County men are facing charges after they stole thousands of dollars from their employer.
A man who used to work as a contractor at the Beaver County Nuclear Power Station has been charged with stealing more than 1,400 pounds of scrap copper from an outlying storage building at the plant, and having his mother sell it.
Police are trying to figure out who stole hundreds of dollars from some local Wal-Mart stores.
Former police officer, David J. McClelland has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of an elderly neighbor.
State police are investigating after drugs were stolen from a medical kit inside the Norvelt EMS building.
A 45-year-old Sharpsburg woman will have her day in court to face several charges, all related to her alleged sexual relationship with a 15-year-old boy.
A man has been jailed on charges he climbed through a roof vent in a failed attempt to steal two 30-packs of cheap beer from a central Pennsylvania store.
The live-in caretaker of a Greensburg mansion faces criminal charges for allegedly drinking more than $100,000 worth of the owner’s whiskey.
State police have released surveillance video of a man stealing from the Latrobe Walmart.
A former school secretary and bookkeeper has been arraigned on charges she stole more than $250,000 from the school after allegedly telling investigators she got “carried away” spending tuition money on clothes and jewels.
Federal prosecutors in Pittsburgh say a woman collected $180,216 worth of Social Security benefits meant for her father – for nearly 23 years after he died.
It’s hard to drive on the Pennsylvania Turnpike without running into construction somewhere — much of it needed. But in an 85-page presentment a grand jury has found that some turnpike commissioners, officials, and political leaders awarded contracts based on gifts, favors, and political contributions.