Police: Uniontown man intentionally crashed vehicle during argument | Local News | heraldstandard.com

An arrest warrant was issued Saturday for a Uniontown man who allegedly crashed his pickup truck into a pole intentionally during an argument with his girlfriend.

Source: Police: Uniontown man intentionally crashed vehicle during argument | Local News | heraldstandard.com

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Police: Drug deal ends in crash, robbery and shots fired in South Union | Local News | heraldstandard.com

A man who crashed into a tree in South Union Township Wednesday night told police he was trying to buy drugs when he was chased, shot at, assaulted and robbed.

Source: Police: Drug deal ends in crash, robbery and shots fired in South Union | Local News | heraldstandard.com

LIVE UPDATES: 479 total coronavirus cases in PA; new cases popping up in Fayette, Washington, Allegheny Co.

PITTSBURGH — Cases of the novel coronavirus in Pennsylvania have surpassed 370. Furthering steps to help limit the virus’ spread, Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered all non-life-sustaining businesses in the state to close their physical locations. Keep checking back for the latest COVID-19 updates throughout the day.

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Source: LIVE UPDATES: 479 total coronavirus cases in PA; new cases popping up in Fayette, Washington, Allegheny Co.

Two people killed in Fayette County crash

Crash happened early Wednesday morning

State police said two people were also taken to the hospital, but it was unclear how they’d doing.

The crash happened after the car was speeding while making a sharp turn, striking a guard rail, flipping and landed on a hillside.

Investigators said all four people were ejected from the car and neither were wearing seat belts.

Police, fire crews, EMS crews and the coroner were all called to the scene and shut down the road four hours.

A reconstruction team is working to learn more specifics, including how fast the car was traveling.

The speed limit on the road is 45 mph.

Source: Two people killed in Fayette County crash

Snow squall warning issued for several counties in Western Pa.

A snow squall warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for several counties in the Western Pennsylvania area.

Source: Snow squall warning issued for several counties in Western Pa.

1 Person Hospitalized After Shooting In Uniontown – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Police are investigating an overnight shooting in Fayette County that sent one person to the hospital.

It happened just after 2 a.m. along North Gallatin Avenue in Uniontown, near the Family Dollar store.

Police responded to the area and spent more than two hours at the scene.

One person was taken to the hospital with injuries. That person’s condition has not been released.

Stay with KDKA for the latest on this developing story.

Source: 1 Person Hospitalized After Shooting In Uniontown – CBS Pittsburgh

Police: man tries to burglarize Fayette County home, gets shot

Pennsylvania State Police said a man was sent to the hospital after trying to burglarize a home Friday night.

Investigators were called to the scene at a home around 8:00 p.m. on National Pike in Fayette County.

Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 has learned only one man was inside the home when this happened.

Police said the would-be burglar ran away after being shot, but was later found outside.

He was flown to a Pittsburgh Hospital, but it’s unclear how he’s doing.

Troopers said that all people involved were accounted for and that there’s no threat to the public.

Source: Police: man tries to burglarize Fayette County home, gets shot

One Person Injured In Two-Vehicle, Rollover Crash In Fayette County – CBS Pittsburgh

One person was transported to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash in Fayette County.

 

Source: One Person Injured In Two-Vehicle, Rollover Crash In Fayette County – CBS Pittsburgh

2019 Election Results – CBS Pittsburgh

Here is a look at the latest results:

Allegheny County District Attorney:

Stephen Zappala Jr. 57.08 %
Lisa Middleman 42.76 %

Allegheny County Executive:

Rich Fitzgerald 68.01 %
Matt Drozd 31.54 %

Allegheny County Controller:

Chelsa Wagner 63.17 %
Brooke D. Nadonley 36.67 %

Pittsburgh Parks Referendum

No 48.16 %
Yes 51.84 %

Superior Court (Vote for 2)

Amanda Green-Hawkins 24.94 %
Daniel D. McCaffery 25.72 %
Megan McCarthy King 25.55 %
Christylee Peck 23.79 %

Beaver County Sheriff

Wayne Kress 45.49 %
Tony Guy 53.05 %

Westmoreland County Sheriff

James Albert 52.91 %
Jonathan Held 46.90 %

More Results:

County Races:
–Allegheny County
Elections Division

–Beaver County
Election Results

–Butler County
Bureau of Elections

–Fayette County
Election Bureau

–Greene County
General Election Info

–Lawrence County
General Election Info

–Mercer County

Election Information

–Washington County
Election Office

–Westmoreland County

Election Bureau

KDKA’s Politics Section:
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Source: 2019 Election Results – CBS Pittsburgh

Cameras capture burglar stealing $2,000 in quarters; victim and police believe suspect may be wanted for installing fake water heater

Summer Mancini said her boyfriend, Steve Shinkle, was visiting her in Florida when he got an alert that the cameras inside his apartment were activated.

Mancini said they believe the man captured on the video is a man Shinkle hired recently to do electrical work, Michael Lucosh Jr. Police also said they also have information indicating the same.

Lucosh Jr. and his father were recently charged with installing a fake water heater inside a customer’s home, then stealing checks and a credit card. Lucosh’s father was taken to jail, but police could not find Lucosh Jr.

They believe the man captured on video may provide proof that he is still in the area, committing crimes.

There are several warrants for the arrest of Michael Lucosh Jr.

Source: Cameras capture burglar stealing $2,000 in quarters; victim and police believe suspect may be wanted for installing fake water heater

Area gun sales have increased significantly in past two decades | Local News | heraldstandard.com

Buddy Marra, owner of Marra Mountaineer Sporting Goods in North Union Township, said that he has seen a “big increase” in handguns sold at his shop in the past five years. There has been a significant increase in handgun sales and a smaller rise in long gun sales across Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties over the past two decade

Source: Area gun sales have increased significantly in past two decades | Local News | heraldstandard.com

Coroner identifies Pittsburgh-area man who died in Ohiopyle rafting accident | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The man who died rafting Saturday in the Youghiogheny Rivernear Ohiopyle has been identified as Pete Quigley, 46, of Mt. Lebanon, according to the Fayette County coroner.

Ken Bisbee, Ohiopyle’s operations manager, said Mr. Quigley’s raft struck a rock and capsized. Mr. Quigley’s foot apparently got entrapped in the shallow river, and he was pushed over by the force of the water.

His body was recovered at 2:30 p.m., Mr. Bisbee said Saturday. He was wearing a life preserver.

Source: Coroner identifies Pittsburgh-area man who died in Ohiopyle rafting accident | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

OHIOPYLE DROWNING: One person dead after drowning incident at Ohiopyle | WPXI

OHIOPYLE, Pa. – Officials with Fayette County 911 confirmed one person was dead and five people were involved in a situation on the Youghiogheny River at Ohiopyle.

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911 officials said one person was dead in the drowning incident at Dimple Rock.

 

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Officials with Fayette County 911 confirmed one person was dead and five people were involved in a situation on the Youghiogheny River at Ohiopyle.

Source: OHIOPYLE DROWNING: One person dead after drowning incident at Ohiopyle | WPXI

Boaters find body floating in Pa. river – pennlive.com

A Sunday boat ride turned gruesome as those enjoying the water spotted a body in the river.

The boaters called 911 around 6 p.m., and the Point Marion Volunteer Fire Department recovered the body, prompting a police investigation.

At this point, all that is known is the body is male.

Information on the man’s identity and his cause of death was pending.

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Source: Boaters find body floating in Pa. river – pennlive.com

Uniontown Man Poses As Federal Agent, Posts Fake Arrest Warrant For Magistrate – CBS Pittsburgh

UNIONTOWN (KDKA) — A Uniontown man is in custody after he claimed he was a federal agent, tried to buy a semi-automatic weapon and posted a fake arrest warrant for a judge.

Justin Bendo, 44-years-old of Fayette County, is facing several charges related to some unusual and worrisome behavior over the past few months the first came after a traffic stop.

Source: Uniontown Man Poses As Federal Agent, Posts Fake Arrest Warrant For Magistrate – CBS Pittsburgh

Uniontown’s mayor found to have violated state Ethics Act | New Today | heraldstandard.com

Uniontown’s mayor violated the state Ethics Act when he used his authority to participate in council discussions and votes to appoint himself as mayor and his daughter as city clerk, according to a finding released Monday by the Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission.

The commission found that Mayor Ed Fike’s January 2018 votes to appoint himself mayor and his daughter Kim Marshall as city clerk were a conflict of interest under the state Ethics Act.

Source: Uniontown’s mayor found to have violated state Ethics Act | New Today | heraldstandard.com

UNIONTOWN SHOOTING: Large party ends with 4 shot, man facing charges | WPXI

Police are investigating multiple shots fired calls in Uniontown and tell Channel 11 a man was arrested and charged.

Police said the name of the suspect is Dwayne Gregg Anderson.

Source: UNIONTOWN SHOOTING: Large party ends with 4 shot, man facing charges | WPXI

FAYETTE COUNTY: Fatal Car explosion with natural gas conversion kit?

Neighbors said they heard a loud “bang” that shook their homes.

A man died after his vehicle somehow ignited and caused an explosion, state police in Fayette County said.

“It’s believed the gentleman was outside the vehicle at the time,” said Trooper Robert Broadwater with Pennsylvania State Police in Uniontown. “The vehicle was the cause of the explosion, but they’re not exactly sure of the source of the explosion from the vehicle.”

Source: FAYETTE COUNTY: Car explosion with natural gas conversion kit

MOTORCYCLE CLUB ATTACK: 6 motorcycle club members charged with attempted homicide in violent attack at bar | WPXI

CHARLEROI, Pa. – Six members of the Pagan’s Motorcycle Club have been charged with attempted homicide after allegedly attacking a former member inside a bar in Charleroi, authorities said.

Surveillance video of the attack, which happened in April inside the Slovak Club, was shown in court Tuesday as the six men faced a judge

Brothers, ages 1 and 3, drown in backyard pool in Fayette County

Officials confirmed to Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 that two brothers drowned Wednesday evening in a backyard pool.

Crews were called around 7:30 to a home on Whiteman Avenue in Uniontown, Fayette County.

Their identities were not immediately released, but officials said they were 1 and 3 years old.

Source: Brothers, ages 1 and 3, drown in backyard pool in Fayette County