Two men accused of being involved in the shooting of three people, including a 2-week-old infant, at the Carnegie Towers apartment complex in April have been convicted.
Two men accused of being involved in the shooting of three people, including a 2-week-old infant, at the Carnegie Towers apartment complex in April have been convicted. Byron Hall and James Edmonds, both 21 and from Hazelwood, were convicted last week following a non-jury trial before Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Kevin Sasinoski in connection with the shooting that took place in the parking lot of Carnegie Towers on April 14. Mike Manko, the Allegheny County district attorney’s spokesman, said they were both convicted of one count of attempted homicide, two counts of aggravated assault, three counts of recklessly endangering another person. They also were convicted of conspiracy. Hall will be sentenced Feb. 19, while Edmonds facing …
Scott Township police assisted the federal government in the investigation that the men used false credit cards to spend nearly $50,000 to buy gift cards and merchandise at Giant Eagle and Walmart.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Mike Jones
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Two New York City men accused of using counterfeit credit cards to make nearly $50,000 worth of gift card purchases at area Giant Eagles and Walmarts were found guilty in federal court last week. Brent Kevin Hercules Antoine, 35, and Jean A. Seraphin, 31, each were found guilty of aggravated identity theft, five counts of conspiracy and 15 charges of unauthorized use of access devices. Scott Township police assisted the U.S. Secret Service and Department of Homeland Security because some of the thefts happened at the Walmart in Raceway Plaza. The thefts date back to March 3, 2010 and also occurred in Latrobe, U.S. Attorney David Hickton said in a press release. Authorities said the two used counterfeit credit cards that contained account …