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Police Blotter: March 11-March 17

Police Blotter: March 11-March 17

By News Editors March 18, 2021
Liquor law violations, criminal mischief and more in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: Feb. 11-Feb. 17

Police Blotter: Feb. 11-Feb. 17

By News Editors February 19, 2021
Theft, panhandling and more in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: Nov. 5-Nov. 11

Police Blotter: Nov. 5-Nov. 11

By News Editors November 13, 2020
Underage drinking, criminal mischief and more in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: Oct. 29-Nov. 4

Police Blotter: Oct. 29-Nov. 4

By News Editors November 6, 2020
A verbal domestic, public urination and more in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter Oct. 15 - Oct. 21

Police Blotter Oct. 15 – Oct. 21

By News Editors October 23, 2020
Liquor law violations, drug violations and more in this week’s police blotter.
California-based Christian musician Sean Feucht hosted a worship service with about 200 people in Schenley Park this afternoon, where few attendees were wearing masks or social distancing.

Large crowd, few masks at Schenley Park worship service

By Rebecca Johnson and Jon Moss October 19, 2020
California-based Christian musician Sean Feucht hosted a worship service Sunday evening at Schenley Park’s Flagstaff Hill that drew about 200 people. Few attendees of the “Let Us Worship” outdoor concert wore masks or were socially distanced.
A Pitt police town hall was held Thursday via Zoom.

Pitt police town hall addresses transparency, communication with students

By Thea Barrett, Staff Writer October 19, 2020
Pitt police Chief James Loftus and Commander Eric Holmes, the chief of staff of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, participated in the event along with University administration and Pitt security subcontractor Allied Security. The Student Government Board, Student Affairs and the Black Senate organized the town hall.
Police Blotter Oct. 1 - Oct. 7

Police Blotter Oct. 1 – Oct. 7

By News Editors October 9, 2020
Liquor law violations, indecent assault and more in this week’s police blotter.
Peduto: Expanding, not defunding, is the future of Pittsburgh police

Peduto: Expanding, not defunding, is the future of Pittsburgh police

By Rebecca Johnson and India Krug October 5, 2020
Mayor Bill Peduto said at a roundtable last Thursday that reforming the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police requires investing more in the police force rather than defunding it. No protest organizers were included as panelists at the event.
Police Blotter Aug. 20-26

Police Blotter Aug. 20-26

By News Editors August 27, 2020
A drug violation, theft and a criminal mischief in this week’s police blotter.
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