A U.S. Army veteran from Upper St. Clair who in May was acquitted of murder in the shooting death of a Washington man filed a lawsuit Oct. 17 against the city of Washington, five city police officers and the district attorney, who he claims violated his civil and constitutional rights by prosecuting him and incarcerating him for 18 months.
- Brandon Thomas, the Army veteran acquitted of murder, files lawsuit against the city, DA and police officers: http://t.co/9qBEcxOa5c
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- Thomas's suit says the city, its police and the DA's office violated his rights.
- Congratulations to Heather O'Connor and her daughters Delaney and Brynley for winning our $150 in gift card prizes from our coupon contest. A big thank you to our sponsors Sweet Frog Washington, Bubba's Gourmet Burghers & Beer and RePurposology.
- It was the clash of the Century, and South Fayette prevailed.
- Mt Lebanon High School is the latest school in our area to require increased police presence.