OAKLAND TOWNSHIP, Pa. – Police have arrested the man they say is responsible for shooting and killing a 23-year-old in Oakland Township Wednesday morning.
Alec Miller was on the run for more than 24 hours after police discovered Maximilian Halterman’s body inside a home on Davis Road.
Miller, along with Robbie Dunbar, 27, and Lamaria Franklin, are all behind bars.
A loaded semi-automatic weapon was thrown from a pickup truck during a chase through Duquesne, police said.
🍀 Officers attempted to stop a pickup truck for suspected impaired driving. The truck refused to stop and led police on a chase. At one point, the owner of the truck, a 54 year old male from North Versailles, tossed a loaded MasterPiece Arms 9mm from the truck onto the sidewalk along Richford Street. The truck continued on until the driver jumped out in the 400 block of Catherine Street. The guy that tossed the gun was the passenger and he was caught and arrested. We are currently working to identify the driver. No property or vehicle damage occurred during the chase. The gun was reported stolen out of Wilkinsburg.
ETA: Although that looks like a silencer on the gun, it is actually just a barrel shroud. The weapon appears to be semi-automatic but we will let the crime lab confirm that.
Police said initial investigations revealed that the driver, Kristopher Miller, 42, of West Virginia, struck one parked vehicle and one occupied vehicle and then drove the wrong way down 17th Street.
Police were able to stop Miller at East Carson and 14th streets and found four guns in his vehicle with no permit to carry, according to police. They also said he was visibly intoxicated.
Miller is charged with two counts of hit-and-run, reckless driving, driving under the influence, four counts of carrying a firearm without a license and multiple traffic violations.
According to the Lawrence County deputy coroner, 33-year old Joseph Kelosky died from multiple gunshots wounds.Kelosky was reportedly shot in the face in New Castle early Saturday morning.
The shooting was reported at approximately 2:15 a.m. in the parking lot of Double D Cafe on East Washington Street.
New Castle Police Department Detectives identified and arrested the suspect, 29-year-old David Williams. He is currently in the Lawrence County Jail.
Police say a second victim was also shot, she had a gunshot wound in the leg and was taken to a nearby hospital.
The Clarion-Ledger reports Leland police charged Jenea Monique Payne on Monday with two counts of negligent homicide and one of child neglect.
CAR AFTER CAR STRUCK ON THE STREET. A HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER HAS SURRENDERED. CHARGES ARE PENDING. IT HAPPENED EIGHT SATURDAY ON THE CITY’S OUTSIDE. AT LEAST FIVE CARS WERE DAMAGED. THIS SAY THE SUSPECTS VEHICLE STRUCK ONE CAR AND PUSHED IT
Police say a fight over a brownie has left a 14-year-old Houston boy dead of a stab wound to the eye and another 14-year-old boy is in juvenile custody charged with aggravated assault.
PITTSBURGH – Shots were fired in the middle of downtown Pittsburgh Monday night, sending one man to a hospital, police said.
Michael McCullough, 35, is accused of shooting another man about 9 p.m. in the area of Liberty Avenue and Seventh Street, near the Wood Street T station, authorities said.
“One male pulled out a firearm and fired at least twice. The shooter then fled the scene and fled on foot toward the North Side,” Pittsburgh Police Sgt. William Vollberg said
Pittsburgh police have established a crime scene near the intersection of Liberty Avenue and 7th Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh.
“We were able to apprehend the subject so quickly because citizens stopped this individual,” Police Superintendent Shaun Ferguson said.
UPDATE: The #NOPD has arrested Tashonty Toney, 32. CHARGES: (2) counts of vehicular homicide, (7) counts of vehicular negligent injury, hit and run, and reckless operation. It is believed Toney was impaired at the time of the incident.