EAST PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Two teens were shot Tuesday night in East Pittsburgh, police tell Channel 11.
Investigators said they responded to a home on Franklin Street just before 9 p.m. for multiple shots fired from a car.
When officers arrived at the scene, they found the victims, ages 14 and 16, shot. The victims were taken to the hospital. Their injuries are non-life-threatening
Allegheny County 911 dispatchers confirm EMS units were called to the 500 block of Franklin Street around 8:45 p.m.
Police believe Christian Bey is responsible for the killing of Officer Hall, 36, who was fatally shot during an an argument in Homewood in the early morning hours of July 14. He died three days later.
Cmdr. Victor Joseph announced the development in the case Monday afternoon in Oakland outside Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, where a daylong visitation was being held for Officer Hall.
Four teenage inmates staged a fight inside their dorm-style cell late Saturday night at a Florida juvenile detention center as a ruse to escape, overpowering staff and stealing a staff member’s car and a cell phone as they fled.
Two of teens who escaped from the Florida Department of Juvenile justice facility in Jacksonville, remained at large Sunday and a manhunt was underway to apprehend them.
According to a tweet from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, the four inmates faked a brawl in their room and then attacked the staff who responded to the scuffle.
The boys were then able to overpower staff in the center’s control room and pushed several buttons until one released the jail’s main door. The boys then stole car keys from the handbag of one of the staff members and made off in the dark of the night with the a four-door Infiniti Q50 with Florida license plate LANE19.
The foursome also took the staff member’s county-issued cellphone and wallet with an unknown amount of cash.
Police confirmed that the couple discovered dead on Monday are Lucas Fowler, 23, of New South Wales on Australia’s east coast and his American partner, Chynna Deese, 24, of Charlotte, N.C.
According to a news release issued by state police on Monday morning, a 21 year-old woman who worked at Tropical Sunsations on Hollywood Boulevard entered occupied rooms being used by customers and removed money from their wallets while they were tanning.
At least three incidents happened between June 28 and July 12.
State police said the suspect was working at the store at the time of the incidents but is no longer employed there.
If anyone has information about the case or may be a victim, they are asked to call 724-697-5780.
A spokesperson for the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police told Channel 11 the officer was taken to the hospital in critical condition.”Police secured the crime scene and detained several people who had gathered for a party near the crime scene for questioning and SWAT was called to search a house,” said Chris Togneri, spokesperson for the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police.
High-ranked officials with the department are at the hospital with the injured officer.The officer’s name has not been released and no one has been arrested.
A woman has been taken into custody for a second time after police said she stole one of their cruisers when she was handcuffed in the back of the car.
The Seattle Times reported that the unidentified man appeared outside of the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma with a rifle and threw incendiary devices at both the facility and nearby propane tanks, at one point setting a vehicle on fire.
Officers responded to the incident around 4 a.m. and called out to the man before shots were fired. It was not clear how many shots were fired or whether the man fired at police.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents are preparing to conduct raids beginning Sunday to arrest thousands of illegal immigrants across the U.S. just weeks after President Trump announced that he was delaying the operation.
The ICE agents will target at least 2,000 immigrants whose deportations have already been ordered, a New York Times report said, citing one former and two current Department of Homeland Security officials.
Asked for comment, an ICE spokesman would not offer specific details, citing “law-enforcement sensitivities and the safety and security of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement personnel.”
An armored truck’s side door flew open while it was going down an Atlanta interstate on Tuesday night, spilling hundreds of thousands of dollars out onto the roadway — and making it the best day ever for passing drivers.
“Vehicles immediately started stopping collecting the money,” Dunwoody Police Sgt. Robert Parsons told WSB Radio.
St. Louis County police are investigating a ‘suspicious death scene’ after multiple people were found dead in an apartment building on Saturday in the 1900 block of Chambers Road in North St. Louis County
County Prosecutor Wesley Bell was at the scene in the afternoon, according to KMOV.
The bodies are believed to be homicide victims, police said in a press conference, but the causes of death have not been disclosed.
The dead have yet to be identified, though authorities said they were adults.““““““`
Police were called to the area of Katz Plaza, located at the corner of 7th Street and Penn Avenue, just after 11:00 p.m. — about an hour after the fireworks display ended.
Officials estimate that 100,000 people were downtown for the show.
The two male victims appeared to be in their late teens or early twenties, said Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich.
One was shot in the head, and one was shot in the stomach.
Both were taken to hospitals in critical condition. No updates have been released on their condition.
City of Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto tweeted that police have secured the area, but according to Hissrich, police are looking to the public for information.
PITTSBURGH – Seven people are in trouble after Pittsburgh police arrested them in an undercover prostitution sting.
The sting started on a website, Escort Babylon, where detectives saw an advertisement.
They responded to it and made arrangements to meet Samuel Snyder at a local hotel.
Authorities said officers went into a home and found a man, who was taken to a hospital.
Further information was not immediately available.
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David Lee McGinnis is charged with one count of discharging a firearm into an occupied structure, one count of persons not to possess, control, sell or transfer firearms and one count of recklessly endangering another person. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Anyone with information regarding his location can contact police at 724-357-1960.
body was discovered around 2:30 a.m. near the intersection of Lee Way and Sunrise Avenue.
Investigators on scene said the victim appeared to be a young man in his teens or early 20’s who had suffered at least one gunshot wound to the head.
The identity of the person found dead has not been released.
Authorities had a dark grey Nissan towed away from the scene. Investigators said no bullet holes were in the car.
Homicide detectives are investigating.