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  2. Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Anthony Mariani facing ...

    www.cbsnews.com/pittsburgh/news/allegheny-county...

    Read says Mariani was also biased in keeping people in jail, including Gerald Thomas, who died in the Allegheny County Jail on a probation detainer ordered by Mariani after a gun was found in his ...

  3. Dozens of misconduct complaints filed against Allegheny ...

    www.wtae.com/article/dozens-of-misconduct...

    The 48-page report centers on Gerald Thomas who died in the Allegheny County Jail on a probation violation. The medical examiner says he died of natural causes.

  4. Allegheny county court

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    The Allegheny County Department of Human Services One Smithfield Street Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222 PHONE 412.350.5701 FAX 412.350.4004 www.alleghenycountyanalytics.us Research Report Child Welfare Placement Dynamics, 2008 through 2017: Long-Term Trends in Allegheny County ’s Child Welfare System. Allegheny County Health Department 542 Fourth.

  5. Group files 60-plus misconduct complaints against Allegheny ...

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    The list of complaints was attached to a 48-page report issued by the Abolitionist Law Center on Tuesday that addressed the case of Gerald Thomas, who was being held at Allegheny County Jail for a ...

  6. Man accused of posing as Allegheny County Sheriff’s ... - WPXI

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    PITTSBURGH — A Georgia man is accused of posing as Allegheny County Sheriff’s deputies and stealing over $30,000 from two women in what police call an “expert witness warrant” scam ...

  7. The property tax assessment system that could've been

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    Instead, Allegheny County mostly continued past assessment practices. Properties continued to be assessed by individual assessors, often with incomplete or out-of-date data. New lawsuits against the county were filed after newly elected county commissioners Larry Dunn and Bob Cranmer froze assessments and laid off all of the assessors in 1996.