PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A judge has been appointed in the case for East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld, who is accused of fatally shooting Antwon Rose.READ MORE: Crews Free Man Trapped While Repairing Machine In Lawrence County
Online court documents show Judge Anthony Mariani has been assigned to the case.
A formal arraignment is scheduled for Wednesday morning.READ MORE: Pennsylvania Pauses Use Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
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Rose, 17, was shot and killed on June 19 while running from a vehicle that was pulled over for a felony stop.
Last month, protesters asked District Attorney Stephen Zappala to remove Judge Jeffrey Manning from the case after Manning allowed Rosfeld to be released on house arrest.MORE NEWS: Emergency Rental Assistance Program Available For Western Pa. Residents
On Aug. 2, the family of Antwon Rose announced they were filing a federal wrongful death civil lawsuit against East Pittsburgh, the mayor, the police chief and Rosfeld.