Mom of 4 arrested for what police allegedly found in Pittsburgh home during deadly overdose call

PITTSBURGH — A Pittsburgh woman is facing multiple charges — including endangering the welfare of children — for what police officers allegedly found in her Brookline home while responding to a call for a deadly overdose.

Julie Kernick told officers that the man who had died was her fiance, Del Snee, 41, and that she’d come home to find him unresponsive.

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Police Arrest Man for 2019 Homicide

Violent Crime Unit detectives arrested an East End man today in connection to a 2019 homicide.

Isaiah Evans, 22, of the East End is charged with criminal homicide in the March, 2019 shooting death of Daniel Carpenter, 42.

On March 17, 2019, Pittsburgh Bureau of Police officers responded to a report of a male shot near the intersection of Shetland Street and Victor Way. Zone 5 officers found Carpenter inside a vehicle with a gunshot wound to his neck. EMS Medics transported him to Presbyterian Hospital in critical condition. He succumbed to his injuries on March 18, 2019.

Evans faces gun charges in addition to the homicide charge.

 

Source: Public Safety Media Blotter

Six people arrested following drug sweep in Johnstown | WJAC

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WJAC) — According to Cambria County officials, six people in Johnstown were arrested following a drug sweep on Thursday.According to Cambria County District Attorney Greg Neugebauer, a search warrant was executed at the 100 block of Harrison Street

All of the individuals have been apprehended and arraigned at the Cambria County Prison

The sweep was conducted by the Cambria County Drug Task Force, the Cambria County District Attorney’s Office, Cambria County Sheriff’s Department, The Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General, and the United States Marshals Fugitive Task Force.

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Man arrested for allegedly vandalizing Pittsburgh police vehicle, looting businesses

PITTSBURGH — Police arrested a man who allegedly vandalized a Pittsburgh police vehicle and looted businesses when a riot broke out during a protest last month.

Jordan Erdos, 20, of Butler, is suspected of assault, in addition to the vandalism and looting, during the May 30 protest in downtown Pittsburgh.

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Second person charged with homicide in Pittsburgh man’s death

PITTSBURGH — A second arrest was made in connection with a man’s beating and death in Pittsburgh’s Homewood neighborhood.

Police said Roger Brown, 63, was found bleeding in broad daylight on a sidewalk on Frankstown Road around 5 p.m. Friday. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition, where he died on Sunday.

Marlon Johnson, 31, was detained by police later Friday night in Homewood as he fit the description of the attacker. He was taken to headquarters for questioning and then later arrested. Police said his charges were upgraded to homicide after Brown died.The details of what led to Brown’s injuries and eventual death are still unclear.

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Bus Driver in Fatal Oakland Pedestrian Collision Arrested

Following an investigation by the Pittsburgh Police Collision Investigation Unit, Shavonne James, 33, of Pittsburgh has been arrested in the January 18, 2020 fatal collision between a bus and pedestrian on De Soto Street and Fifth Avenue around 12:15 p.m.

James faces four charges including Involuntary Manslaughter, Reckless Driving, Unlawful Activities, and Right of Way of Pedestrians in Crosswalks.

She is currently being held in Allegheny County Jail.

Original incident details: http://pittsburghpa.gov/publicsafety/blotterview/475

Source: Public Safety Media Blotter

Two suspects quickly apprehended in alleged Steubenville shooting | WTOV

In under 30 minutes Tuesday, two suspects involved in an alleged Steubenville shooting were taken into custody.

The shots fired call came in around 5:30 p.m. at the 2500 block of Crabbe Boulevard.

The city is crediting the public for their help in catching the wanted men, who were arrested by the Brooke County Sheriff’s Department this evening in Wellsburg.

“Citizens there had told them what happened,” Steubenville City Manager Jim Mavromatis said. “They heard shots, they saw a vehicle leaving the scene, described the vehicle and we started getting the alerts out in the area other people saw the vehicle downtown, so we called the police here and let them know and notified surrounding law enforcement.

“The cooperation we have with our citizens here is great. And this is a matter of probably 20 minutes we apprehended them”

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Couple charged after 5 kids found living in deplorable conditions in Somerset County

State police say a Somerset County couple is behind bars after troopers found five young children under their care living in deplorable conditions. Troopers say they were called to a home along Weible Drive in Paint Township to assist the county CYS with a case. Authorities say 45-year-old Eric Barkman and 34-year-old Nicole Barkman were living with five children between the ages of 12 and 1.

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2 accused of drug possession in Greensburg | TribLIVE.com

Two Allegheny County men are accused of drug possession after, Greensburg police say, one of them had five bricks of heroin at Autumn Brook Apartments last week.

Denzell Lavelle Snead, 22, of Elizabeth Township, and Isaiah Johnson, 22, of Swissvale are charged with possession with intent to deliver, criminal use of a communication facility and other offenses. Neither had an attorney listed in online court records.

City police say they were following up on tips from a concerned citizen and a confidential informant about suspected drug activity at the Luzerne Street apartments on May 13. Officers spotted a Chevrolet sedan circle the area at 3:45 p.m. and stop near the main office, according to court papers.

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Ten charged federally in connection with ’11 Hunnit’ gang in the Hill District | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Ten people from Pittsburgh, McKees Rocks, Pitcairn and other Allegheny County communities have been charged with drug dealing following an FBI-led wiretap investigation into the 11 Hunnit street gang in the Hill District that federal agents say was led in part by slain rapper Jimmy Wopo.

The 10 were charged in four complaints filed earlier this month in federal court and unsealed on Wednesday.

The first complaint charges five people with conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine from January 2020 until this month: Phillip Robinson, 30, of Pittsburgh; Joseph Clancy, 46, of Pittsburgh; Tyree Campbell, 29, of Pittsburgh; Tracy Bullock, 51, of McKees Rocks; and Sanzio Williams, 31, of Pitcairn.

Wiretaps and surveillance revealed that Clancy supplied Robinson, who redistributed the drugs to the other alleged co-conspirators.

Source: Ten charged federally in connection with ’11 Hunnit’ gang in the Hill District | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette