Pennsylvania State Police
Pennsylvania State Police have lifted their shelter in place order as they continue to search for Eric Frien — the suspect wanted for killing a state trooper and injuring another during an ambush last week.
Authorities hunkered down early Saturday in the neighborhood where a man suspected in the fatal shooting of a Pennsylvania State Police trooper lived with his parents, raising hopes they had him cornered a week after the ambush outside a rural police barracks.
For a second night, authorities on Friday closed roads near a home where a suspect in the ambush killing of a Pennsylvania State Police trooper recently lived with his parents, and this time gunfire was reported in the area.
A Pennsylvania State Trooper was involved in an accident on I-95 southbound in Delaware County.
The killer had a grudge against the Pennsylvania State Police. He regularly visited a local shooting range to keep his skills sharp. He made several trips to a state police barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania, picking just the right hiding spot from which he could launch an ambush and make his escape.
It has been three days since a shooter ambushed two state troopers during a shift change.
It happened around 2:30 a.m. Sunday along the eastbound lanes of the Schuylkill Expressway near Montgomery Drive.
Two troopers were ambushed outside a state police barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania during a late-night shift change, leaving one dead and another injured, and authorities were searching Saturday for the suspect or suspects, state police said.
State police have charged a man with criminal trespass and public drunkenness for allegedly breaking into a Pennsylvania bar, where he was found napping on a table.
A motorist drove the wrong way on the Schuylkill Expressway Monday morning and the incident was caught on tape.
State police are searching for two men — one reportedly armed with a machete — after an adult bookstore was robbed in Pennsylvania.
State police are trying to figure out who shot up a small church in Pennsylvania.
The victim had flown in Philadelphia from Germany to visit his daughter and now she is pleading for help in catching her father’s killer.
Legal Professor On Justice Department’s Lawsuit Against State Police: ‘I Don’t Think There’s Any Big Legal Issue Here’
Chris Stigall spoke with Cornell University Legal Professor and Contributor at Legal Insurrection, William Jacobson, about the Department of Justice suing the Pennsylvania State Police over their required physical fitness test for officers.
The Justice Department is suing the Pennsylvania State Police, saying its physical fitness tests discriminate against women.