Thursday May 23
East Hills DUI Task Force to Conduct Roving Patrols in Plum, Oakmont
It's Memorial Day weekend, and local police want to keep drunk drivers off the roads.
Macey in District 9: The county councilman is the Dems' best choice
Democrats voting in the May 21 primary have an easy choice for nomination to Allegheny County Council in District 9. A serious incumbent, Bob Macey, is running against an unserious challenger, Arlene Jabbour.
The Lebanon Daily News
Welfare worker suspended in sex-for-benefits case
A state welfare caseworker has been suspended while the Department of Public Welfare cooperates with prosecutors who charge the man tried to swap benefits for sex with female clients.
Dateline Pittsburgh for the week of 05/12/13
Cyril H. Wecht, M.D. and J.D. , was appointed as both a member of the board of governors, and as professor of pathology, forensic medicine, healthcare management, and health law in the recently established American University of Sovereign Nations School of Medicine in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Allegheny County DA's office charges state welfare worker with sex-for-benefits proposal
A man identified by authorities as a state Department of Welfare case manager in McKeesport has been charged with trying to extract a benefits-for-sex swap with a welfare recipient.
Police beat May 10
Charged in fight: Mark A. Johnson, 19, of Allison, Destiny L. Johnson, 23, of Brownsville, and Jodi Agostine, 20, of North Versailles, were charged with disorderly conduct stemming from a fight Friday night.
District Court: Caulfield Hears DUI, Assault and False ID Cases
Forest Hills District Justice Thomas Caulfield heard the following cases on May 1: Pernell Thompson, 26, of Swissvale waived a preliminary hearing on charges of false identification to law enforcement and tampering with public records.
Conspiracy, DUI and Drug Cases Go Before Judge Caulfield
The following cases went before Forest Hills District Justice Thomas Caulfield on April 24: Angel Brown, 26, of Swissvale; and Brandi Kelly, 33, of North Versailles waived preliminary hearings on charges of conspiracy, corruption of minors and furnishing liquor to minors.