City council tabled the discussion for 2 weeks.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh City Council has decided to table its discussion of a “no-knock bill” for two weeks.

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The bill proposed banning “no-knock” warrants within the city limits.

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It would prevent law enforcement agents from serving a warrant without announcing their presence.

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The executive director of the Citizen Police Review Board says no-knock warrants are already being executed across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and that they’re illegal.