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Police & Fire
Scott Township police said they plan to charge the driver involved in the rollover crash last week near Vanadium Road with DUI.
A fight at Duke’s Rib House & Grille in Scott Township led to a patron being hit in the head with a beer bottle over the weekend. Read about that and more in the weekly Scott Township police blotter.
A Scott Township woman accused of using minors to traffic drugs will head to trial. Read about that and other preliminary hearing new from the district magistrates.
Police charged a Washington County man with DUI following a crash in Bridgeville. Police also released info from a DUI checkpoint earlier this month. Read police news from Bridgeville and Heidelberg in this week’s police blotter.
A pair of scammers pretending to do roof work ripped off a Collier Township homeowner last week.
One person was taken to an area hospital in the Friday night crash in Scott Township. Collier Township police also responded to a Sunday morning crash in Kirwan Heights when a PAT bus collided with a car.
Seneca Valley High School senior disappeared in 1981 after leaving work to buy cold medicine.
Investigators have a suspect in custody in the abduction of infant Bryce Coleman, who was taken from Magee-Womens Hospital Thursday afternoon.
Police charged a missing Carnegie man with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct after officers searched for him for hours earlier this week.
A Pittsburgh man accused of assaulting a young child under the age of 12 will head to trial on multiple charges. Read more in the weekly district court preliminary hearing round up.
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