By: KDKA-TV News Staff
WILKINSBURG (KDKA) – Wilkinsburg Borough has made the decision to include the cost of police body cameras and dash cameras in its 2021 budget.READ MORE: PennDOT Commits $452.7M In Liquids Fuels Payments To Help Municipalities
The district attorney has said a lack of body cam footage has complicated the investigation of a deadly police shooting in Wilkinsburg.
An officer killed Romir Talley during a chase last year.READ MORE: State Police Give 6 Notices Of Violation To Pittsburgh Businesses Over COVID-19 Orders
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- Attorney Says 911 Call Contradicts Police Accounts Of Night Romir Talley Was Killed
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His family’s lawyer says the officer’s version of events does match that of witnesses or the EMS report.MORE NEWS: Penguins To Allow Fans Back Into PPG Paints Arena Following Governor's Easing Of Gathering Limits
So far, no charges have been brought against the officer.