Friday, January 15, 2016

All this in one Google Alert

Mt. Lebanon is in dire straits!

FOX13 Memphis

MtLebanon police searching for Dollar General robber
Police in Mount Lebanon are hoping surveillance photos will help them find the person who robbed a Dollar General store Thursday night.
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Increased police presence continues Friday at MtLebanon High School
Police found more threatening graffiti Thursday at MtLebanon High School, prompting officials to request increased police presence Friday at the ...
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Tentative tax increase expected to get OK by MtLebanon school board
MtLebanon school board members are expected Monday to approve a $94.7 million preliminary budget calling for a 0.8-mill increase in the property ...
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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

And not far from the Dollar General, this robbery took place this morning:

http://www.post-gazette.com/local/city/2016/01/15/Woman-robs-Rite-Aid-on-Banksville-Road/stories/201601150247

Nick M.

Anonymous said...

Plus: #Pittsburgh police investigating a robbery at the Sunoco on Banksville Rd #wpxi. this was 1/14 11 am.

Anonymous said...

This (all the robberies) is what Mt. lebanon needs to focus on to keep residents safe! In addition to careless drivers. Leave the deer alone!

Anonymous said...

When was the last time we had so many robberies in such a short period of time this close to home? My thinking is never. When you add what has happened the past few days in addition to the two banks that got robbed down by Mt. Lebanon Blvd a short time ago, one really has to wonder what the heck is going on around here.

And lets not forget about all the items being stolen from vehicles around town that have been littering the police blotters lately.

Nick M.

Anonymous said...

I think it's the drug crisis.

On top of this, a teenager was shot and killed last night in a hotel on Greentree Rd.

Anonymous said...

Another home invasion on Mayfair Drive. Mt. Lebanon Police came to to my door in regards to a home invasion across the street from my house. Apparently,the son was home home alone in the basement; however the front door was wide open and unlocked. Someone walked in and a stranger. I encourage everyone to keep their doors locked 24/7 at all times.




Lena Horne said...

Drugs. IMO, they are the reason for the increase in break-ins. Can't blame these issues on the deer.

Anonymous said...

Buy a gun. Have lots of ammunition. The police will not protect you. It's not that they don't want to - they can't.

Anonymous said...

Thank you! Yes, thank you to all of the former Mt Lebanon teachers who openly promoted the drug culture. Most of you have comfortably retired and live off of the taxpayers.

Look what you left behind!