JEANNETTE, Pa. —Two people were shot along South 3rd Street in Jeannette early Tuesday evening, sources confirmed to Pittsburgh’s Action News 4.
Sources said one of the victims was able to get to a second location on South 5th Street.
The injuries do not appear to be life-threatening and there is currently no word on any suspects, sources said.
Police were at the scene for several hours on Tuesday. Authorities have not released details about what happened at either location.
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A Jeannette man arrested on consecutive nights last week holding several thousand dollars and large quantities of heroin and crack cocaine was deemed to be “a danger to society” by a judge and ordered held in the county jail without bail.
District Judge Wayne Vlasic of Monessen made the notation in court documents when he refused to set a bond for Duran E. Foster, 25, on multiple drug distribution and possession charges.
Vlasic arraigned Foster after state troopers searched his Division Street home on Friday, seizing 14 bricks of heroin, more than one ounce of crack cocaine, 21 anxiety pills, multiple cell phones and $4,348.
Indiana Borough Police have arrested a teenaged girl and acquired an arrest warrant for a 20-year-old man in connection with the fatal shooting of a Pittsburgh man who was found early Saturday in a parking lot.
Isabella Marie Edmonds, 17, was arraigned late Saturday on multiple charges of homicide, robbery and two counts of criminal conspiracy in connection with the shooting that killed Jaedyn Khadim Ma Wright, 20, of Pittsburgh, according to online court dockets. Edmonds, who will turn 18-years-old Oct. 24, is charged as an adult.
Police have also charged Isaiah A. Moore of Philadelphia with identical complaints, plus a theft charge, in connection with the shooting. Investigators are looking for Moore.
Police said they are trying to identify two other possible suspects who were in the area at the time of the shooting and were observed on security video running from the Carriage House East apartment complex.
Anyone with information is asked to call borough police at 724-349-2121.
About 11:44 p.m., police said, they received a call for a man down in the 3100 block of Buena Vista Terrace SE, which intersects 30th Street.
Police said they found a man who had been shot; he was pronounced dead on the scene.
Authorities later identified the victim as Kevin Eaton, 38, of Northeast Washington.
Homicides have increased 16 percent in the District this year.
Five people were shot — one fatally — across the city Wednesday and Thursday, according to police.
Most recently, a 25-year-old man was blasted in the stomach on the grounds of the Gun Hill Houses on Magenta Street in the Bronx just before 2:30 a.m. Thursday, cops said.
He was taken to NYC health + Hospitals/Jacobi with non-life-threatening injuries and is described as highly uncooperative, according to police.
The shooter took off, heading north on Ralph Avenue, in a white Honda Civic sedan, with damage on the side doors, police said.
The victim was taken to Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center. It is unclear whether he was the intended target.
On Wednesday afternoon, Manuel Valarezo, 33, was gunned down on Post Avenue near Academy Street in Inwood during some type of altercation around 4:45 p.m., cops said.
The suspect drove a gray truck and was armed with a gun, which he fired during at least two of the incidents.
The suspect has mostly taken cellphones, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The neighborhoods where the robberies occurred include Mar Vista, West Adams, Picfair Village, Westchester, Mid-Wilshire, Carthay Circle, Beverly Grove, Fairfax, Crestview, Faircrest Heights, and Palms, police said.
Police warned residents in the area to consider the following: • Always be alert to your surroundings and the people around you; • Try to stay in well-lit areas; • Don’t walk alone at night and always avoid areas where there are few people; • Be careful when people stop you for directions, always reply from a distance, and never get too close to the car; • If you feel you’re being followed, walk to a well-populated area; • Don’t resist. Give up your property, don’t give up your life; • Report the crime to the police, try to describe the attacker accurately.
A detailed description of the suspect was not disclosed.
GREENSBURG, Pa. — Police arrested a man after a large heroin bust in Westmoreland County.
Chyrone Rodgers, 32, of Greensburg, was arrested after officers served a search warrant at a home on Broad Street on Wednesday.
The group of about 40 people attempted to storm the Champigny-sur-Marne station, about nine miles southeast of central Paris, according to Reuters.
Police posted a video showing fireworks going off in the direction of the station. The assailants failed to gain entry but managed to heavily damage the station and nearby cars, officials said.
No one has yet been arrested for the attack.
“Violent attack last night on the police station of Champigny with mortar shots and various projectiles. No police officer was injured,” the Paris police headquarters tweeted Sunday.
A Fayette County woman caring for two mentally challenged men is accused of leaving them in her SUV for more than an hour while she played video poker inside a Westmoreland County store.Samantha Kay White, 46, of Dawson, was charged Thursday with neglect of a dependent care person and reckless endangerment by Smithton Police in connection with the Sept. 28 incident.