PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) — Ka’Sandra Wade called 911 the day before she was found dead, but the line was disconnected before police could speak to her. Two officers responded to the call, but left after 10 minutes.

The officers, Louis Schweitzer and Lance Hoyson, allegedly talked with Anthony Brown who said there was not a problem and refused to let them in on New Years Eve. Wade’s body was found the next day.

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Did police handle this properly? Beth Pittinger, the director of the Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board, submits her opinion with KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek.

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