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WASHINGTON COUNTY

Trooper's leg broken during casino scuffle

A state trooper's leg was broken as he was taking a suspect into custody at the Meadows Racetrack and Casino early Sunday.

Shawn Lamonde, 39, of McDonald, was causing a disturbance on the Washington County casino floor about midnight, troopers said. Trooper James Amitrone was called and attempted to make an arrest. Lamonde resisted, and Amitrone's leg was broken in the struggle, authorities said.

Lamonde is charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, simple assault, resisting arrest and harassment. He was taken to the Washington County Booking Center to await arraignment, police said.

A spokesman for the casino referred all questions to state police, who did not release any more details.

City

Police seek help in finding missing man

Pittsburgh police are turning to the public for help in finding a missing Swisshelm Park man.

Vance Meinhart-McBurney was last seen about 12:45 p.m. Sunday.

Although he is 18, he has the mental capacity of a 6-year-old, Public Safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.

Meinhart-McBurney is a light-skinned black man, about 5 feet, 4 inches tall, who weighs 135 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes.

He was last seen wearing tan sweatpants, a blue sweatshirt with the word Conroy written in white letters on the front and black tennis shoes.

Police urged anyone who has seen him to call 911 or the police's Missing Persons Unit at 412-323-7141. …

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