Man found shot to death in Pittsburgh neighborhood

Police are investigating a deadly shooting in Pittsburgh’s Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar neighborhood.

The incident happened in the 7100 block of Everton Street around 6:20 Sunday evening. Police found a man in the stairwell of an apartment building. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. The victim’s name has not been released.

Police detained two individuals at the scene for questioning.

Source: Man found shot to death in Pittsburgh neighborhood

Republicans push to see affidavit that justified FBI search of Trump’s home | Reuters

A search warrant showed that Trump had classified documents at his home, and that the Justice Dept. had probable cause to conduct the search based on possible Espionage Act violations.

WASHINGTON, Aug 14 (Reuters) – Republicans stepped up calls on Sunday for the release of an FBI affidavit showing the justification for its seizure of documents at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home amid reports of heightened threats against federal law enforcement personnel.

A search warrant released last week after the unprecedented search showed that Trump had 11 sets of classified documents at his home, and that the Justice Department had probable cause to conduct the search based on possible Espionage Act violations. read more

Republicans are calling for the disclosure of more detailed information that persuaded a federal judge to issue the search warrant, which may show sources of information and details about the nature of the documents and other classified information. The unsealing of such affidavits is highly unusual and would require approval from a federal judge. read more

Source: Republicans push to see affidavit that justified FBI search of Trump’s home | Reuters

) – Republicans stepped up calls on Sunday for the release of an FBI affidavit showing the justification for its seizure of documents at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home amid reports of heightened threats against federal law enforcement personnel.

A search warrant released last week after the unprecedented search showed that Trump had 11 sets of classified documents at his home, and that the Justice Department had probable cause to conduct the search based on possible Espionage Act violations. read more

Republicans are calling for the disclosure of more detailed information that persuaded a federal judge to issue the search warrant, which may show sources of information and details about the nature of the documents and other classified information. The unsealing of such affidavits is highly unusual and would require approval from a federal judge. read more

Source: Republicans push to see affidavit that justified FBI search of Trump’s home | Reuters

Shooting at Six Flags Great America in Illinois leaves three injured – CNN

 

 

 

(CNN)Three people were injured in a shooting in the parking lot of the Six Flags Great America amusement park in Gurnee, Illinois, Sunday night, the park confirmed.

The shots were fired from a single vehicle, which then drove away “immediately” after the shooting, the park’s communication specialist Rachel Kendziora said.
Emergency personnel responded immediately and two people were transported to the hospital. A third injured person declined treatment, Kendziora said.
“Park security personnel and officers from the on-site Gurnee Police Department Substation responded immediately,” according to Kendziora. Both Gurnee police and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office were handling the scene Sunday night, she said.

Source: Shooting at Six Flags Great America in Illinois leaves three injured – CNN

Trump lawyer claimed no classified material was at Mar-a-Lago in signed letter to Justice Department – CNNPolitics

One of former President Donald Trump’s attorneys signed a letter in June asserting that there was no more classified information stored at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

Source: Trump lawyer claimed no classified material was at Mar-a-Lago in signed letter to Justice Department – CNNPolitics

32 Drinks Added to Recall of Milk & Plant-Based Milk Products – Thrillist

Almost 100 products have been recalled now.

Lyons Magnus, maker of “nutritional and beverage products,” has made a significant expansion of a recall it issued on July 28. At that time, it recalled 53 different drinks due to the potential for microbial contamination from cronobacter sakazakii.

The expanded recall shared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on August 10 includes 32 more drinks and more than 300 new code dates of previously recalled drinks from brands like Organic Valley, Premier Protein, Oatly, Intelligentsia, and Stumptown. The products include milk, oat milk, protein shakes, smoothies, chocolate milk, packaged coffees, and other beverages produced by Lyons Magnus.

The new notice says the potential contamination comes from both cronobacter sakazakii and clostridium botulinum. Though, clostridium botulinum has not been found in any of its products at this time.

READ MORE: King’s Hawaiian Announces Recall of Some of its Buns in Connection with Lyons Magnus Recall

The complete list of brands with products in the recall includes Aloha, Cafe Grumpy, Ensure Harvest, Glucerna, Imperial, Intelligentsia, Kate Farms, Lyons Barista Style, Lyons Ready Care, MRE, Oatly, Optimum Nutrition, Organic Valley, PediaSure Harvest, Pirq, Premier Protein, Rejuvenate, Sated, Stumptown, Sweetie Pie Organics, Tone It Up, and Uproot.

The products were distributed nationwide starting in April 2021. Since there are so many brands, varieties, and lots involved, it’s best to look at the table included in the notice on the FDA website.

Source: 32 Drinks Added to Recall of Milk & Plant-Based Milk Products – Thrillist

Police respond to multiple incidents in McKeesport Saturday night – CBS Pittsburgh

McKEESPORT, Pa. (KDKA) – A large police presence has gathered at two scenes very close to one another in McKeesport.

The first location is near a convenience store on Sumac Street. No one on the scene would confirm any details, but our photojournalist saw a car window had been shot out.

Police officials were able to clear the first scene as of 10:39 PM.

Then, nearby on Craig Street, our photojournalists were able to capture video of a car that went into a home’s porch.

It is unknown if these two incidents are connected at this time.

Source: Police respond to multiple incidents in McKeesport – CBS Pittsburgh

15 injured when ride-hail vehicle crashes into pub outside Washington, D.C.

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Two people remained in critical condition Saturday after a ride-hail vehicle with a passenger careened into a pub outside Washington, D.C. Friday evening, police said.

One additional patient was said to be in serious but stable condition, the Arlington County Police Department said in a statement Saturday.

Six people were treated at the scene in Arlington, Virginia, and six others were hospitalized and released, police said. The department’s number for those who received medical attention after the crash went from 14 Friday to 15 on Saturday.

Police said it’s still not clear why the vehicle plowed into the pub at a time, 6:45 p.m. Friday, that often sees crowds seeking beer and food after work. The building erupted in roaring flames following the collision.

Arlington County police said in its statement Saturday the man behind the wheel, who was not identified, was “operating as a rideshare driver” and had a paying passenger when it collided with a front portion of the Ireland’s Four Courts pub.

Source: 15 injured when ride-hail vehicle crashes into pub outside Washington, D.C.

1 person shot on Pittsburgh’s South Side; bar security guard detains person with gun – WPXI

Pittsburgh police said a bar security guard detained a person with a gun at 13th and East Carson streets.

PITTSBURGH — One person was injured in a shooting on Pittsburgh’s South Side late Saturday.

Police said they responded to a ShotSpotter alert for the 1200 block of Roland Way around 11:20 p.m.

When officers arrived, they saw a bar security guard who detained a person with a gun .

Source: 1 person shot on Pittsburgh’s South Side; bar security guard detains person with gun – WPXI

Police: Man shoots, kills himself inside Center Township police vehicle

State police said a man shot and killed himself inside a Center Township police vehicle on Friday

 

On the way to the police station, the district attorney said the man shot a gun, then died.

Police have not said how the man got a gun inside the car.

Police set up a perimeter along Broadhead Rod near Pleasant Drive while investigating. Because the man died in police custody, the district attorney said township police referred the case to state police.

Police: Man shoots, kills himself inside Center Township police vehicle

House passes Democrats’ health care and climate bill, clearing measure for Biden’s signature | CNN Politics

The House of Representatives voted Friday to pass Democrats’ $750 billion health care, energy and climate bill, in a significant victory for President Joe Biden and his party.

Source: House passes Democrats’ health care and climate bill, clearing measure for Biden’s signature | CNN Politics

Police seek suspect in attempted North Huntingdon bank robbery

Police are seeking the suspect who attempted to rob a North Huntingdon bank Wednesday afternoon. The man tried robbing the PNC Bank on Norwin Avenue, about 45 minutes before it closed that day, according to Tribune-Review news partner WPXI. The robber told a teller he wanted money and was armed,

Source: Police seek suspect in attempted North Huntingdon bank robbery

Wanted fugitive spotted by off-duty sheriff’s deputy at Ross Park Mall

Dejon Fuller, 25, was arrested on Wednesday

The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office said the warrants he was wanted on included theft and assault charges and that he’d managed to evade police for several months.

Fuller is now in the Allegheny County Jail.

Source: Wanted fugitive spotted by off-duty sheriff’s deputy at Ross Park Mall

Pennsylvania energy companies increasing prices next month

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is notifying residents and businesses that electric generation prices for some customers are expected to rise on Sept. 1, 2022.

According to PUC, approximately half of Pennsylvania’s major electric distribution companies (EDCs) will reset their energy prices, including PECO Energy, along with the state’s four FirstEnergy companies – Met-Ed, Penelec, Penn Power, and West Penn Power.

Source: Pennsylvania energy companies increasing prices next month

Man, woman accused of using chain to try to break into ATM on Pittsburgh’s North Shore

PITTSBURGH — Holding a chain and trying to hook it to a First National ATM, two suspects were captured on surveillance footage in front of Stage AE on the North Shore trying to get rich.

But on Tuesday, instead of ending up with cash, the duo landed themselves in jail.

“Dude what are you doing everyone can see you,” said Michael Klein, a bystander who witnessed the end of the attempted theft.

According to police, at about 4:30 a.m. in front of Stage AE on the North Shore, John Dawson and Jessica Jastraub walked over to the First National ATM.

The duo, captured on multiple surveillance cameras, had a black drawstring bag. Inside was a chain that they used to try to pry open the ATM. The problem was that it was all on camera with people like Michael watching.

“There are a couple over there, a couple over here, some at Tequila Cowboy, and Jerome Bettis Bar across the street,” Klein said.

He was talking about cameras; Klein said he and his friends had just arrived to get in line for a concert that happens tonight when he saw police and asked what was going on.

The cops told him that Dawson was trying to break into the ATM while Jastraub played lookout.

“I mean it’s pretty stupid for someone to rob someone, but mid-daylight on a busy street with a bunch of cameras everywhere it’s pointless,” said Klein.

Both Dawson and Jastraub had out-of-state licenses and said they had been living in Pittsburgh for a few weeks without a permanent residence. Both were taken from the North Shore to Allegheny County Jail.

Source: Man, woman accused of using chain to try to break into ATM on Pittsburgh’s North Shore

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SWAT team called to home in Pittsburgh’s Northview Heights neighborhood

 

The SWAT team was called to a home in Pittsburgh’s Northview Heights neighborhood on Wednesday morning.

They were called to the 600 block of Mount Pleasant Road a little before 5 a.m. after a report of a man in crisis and threatening to harm himself.

No injuries were reported.

Source: SWAT team called to home in Pittsburgh’s Northview Heights neighborhood

13-year-old boy allegedly in possession of heroin, stolen gun arrested in McKees Rocks

MCKEES ROCKS, Pa. — McKees Rocks police arrested a 13-year-old boy who was allegedly in possession of heroin and a stolen, loaded gun.

According to a Facebook post from police, the boy was loitering suspiciously in the backyard of a residence on Russellwood Avenue.

Source: 13-year-old boy allegedly in possession of heroin, stolen gun arrested in McKees Rocks

Fatal crash shuts down portion of Route 51 in Fayette County on Tuesday morning

A fatal crash shut down a portion of Route 51 in North Union Township, Fayette County.

The crash happened around just before 6 a.m. Tuesday.

The wreckage from the crash caused a shut down of the northbound lanes in the area.

State police said the two-vehicle crash happened near the Jim Shorkey dealership between a box truck and a Saturn SUV.

The driver of the SUV was pronounced dead on scene. Their name has not been released.

The investigation into the crash is ongoing.

Source: Fatal crash shuts down portion of Route 51 in Fayette County

Suspect surrenders after standoff in Ross Township

 

SWAT officers responded to a North Hills neighborhood Tuesday afternoon on the report of a standoff.

Thompson Run Road between White Oak Drive and Cherrington Drive was closed as officers responded to the scene.

The victim called 911 to report her adult son, 48-year-old Robert Gentile had attacked her and barricaded himself in his room.

The woman was able to exit the home. Police said she was suffering from minor injuries.

The victim told police her son was in possession of multiple weapons to include at least one AK-47 rifle.

The suspect eventually surrendered, police said.

Source: Suspect surrenders after standoff in Ross Township

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