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Police & Fire
The suspect allegedly told a Keystone Oaks High School graduate he had bomb materials in his briefcase.
He was cleared on prostitution charges.
Here's a look at the articles that were most read on Dormont-Brookline Patch last month.
Reports of suspicious activity in the area has nearly doubled since the Boston Marathon bombing.
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
Runners should arrive early for the extra security measures and attendees will see K-9s that detect explosives along the course.
The suspect is a 70-year-old man from Castle Shannon.
Patch interviews person who saw a man get taken into custody at Red Robin.
Police & Fire, Schools
The presentation is scheduled for Thursday morning.
Pittsburgh police have arrested a total of 43 suspects.
The suspect is facing one count of perjury.
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