Authorities in Plum Boro are bringing in a high-tech solution in hopes of stopping a recent rash of vandalism at a local park.
Three people have been arrested after allegedly breaking in and trashing a Washington County high school last week.
There’s a major clean-up going on at a school in Washington County after vandals broke in and trashed the place twice.
The Officer Paul Sciullo Memorial Park in Bloomfield was vandalized overnight. Police say those responsible tried to pry the badge from the “Officer Paul J. Sciullo II Memorial Field” sign in the park.
Several vehicles were damaged along a street in Millvale when paint was poured and smeared all over them during the overnight hours.
Two brothers have been arrested in connection with over 30 vehicle break-ins in Scottdale over the weekend.
State police in Fayette County are investigating a case of vandalism at a cemetery in Dunbar Township.
Grasping his medals from his military service, a very thankful and emotional Tony Pallatto stood in front of his Oakmont home weeping. “It touches me,” he said. “For all the buddies I lost in Vietnam, all veterans, my total respect for all of them.”
In Washington County, neighbors say they’ve been told by Peters Township police are keeping a close eye on their neighborhood after vandals when on a spray-painting spree.
Much of the graffiti on houses and vehicles is profane and vulgar.
There are new details in a crime captured on YouTube – a man smashing windows of a local family’s car. The video shows a man breaking the back and front windows on a car parked on the South Side.
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating vandalism at the Park & Pool in Youngwood, Westmoreland County.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks with Pittsburgh City Councilman Bill Peduto about managing increasingly large and out-of-control events in his district’s Mellon Park.
Vandals caused widespread damage in Sharpsburg overnight. The vandals spray painted homes, vehicles and even a boat.
An investigation is underway after a window at the campaign headquarters of the president of Pittsburgh City Council was broken sometime overnight. The building is located on East Ohio Street on Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Two juveniles and three adults, ranging in age from 17 to 22, are expected to be charged in the incident.