Three men who pleaded guilty to killing a Washington & Jefferson College student in 2012 were sentenced Monday morning.
Three men accused of killing a Washington & Jefferson College student in 2012 pleaded guilty in court Tuesday.
Three men arrested in connection with the murder of a local college student have all been ordered to stand trial.
Dr. Robert McNerney took a break from making rounds at Butler Memorial Hospital on Wednesday to reflect on the three men who are accused in the death of his son, Timothy.
Tim McNerney, 21, was beaten to death back Oct. 4, 2012. Since that time, police and investigators have desperately tried to figure or what happened and who was responsible for the young Washington & Jefferson football player’s demise.
The case of a local college student who was murdered last fall remains unsolved. But, the Steelers joined with students and the staff of Washington & Jefferson College on Wednesday evening to create a lasting tribute to 21-year-old Tim McNerney of Butler.
Police have released new details about the beating death of a Washington & Jefferson College student. Tim McNerney, 21, was killed on the morning of Oct. 4.
It’s a loss that has been tough to take. Washington & Jefferson College running back Tim McNerney was killed earlier this month in an apparent robbery after a night out.
Friends and family said goodbye Tuesday morning to a Washington & Jefferson College football player who was recently beaten to death.
The Washington & Jefferson College football team played its first game today, since a player was murdered in an on-campus street robbery.
The Washington & Jefferson College football team will play in Kentucky this weekend, minus running back Tim McNerney.