Washington County District Attorney Gene Vittone presented two checks totaling $2500 to Canonsburg Police Chief Al Coghill and Mayor Dave Rhome. This money was taken from drug dealers and forfeited to the District Attorney’s Drug Task Force. This money will be used to help local police forces, like Canonsburg, buy needed equipment.
From the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review http://triblive.com/news/washington/7990088-74/hickton-county district#axzz3VaXK78OX U.S. Attorney David Hickton is teaming with district attorneys in counties bisected by major interstates and highways to help choke the flow of drugs and guns into Western Pennsylvania. … District Attorney Gene Vittone said his office routinely partners with various law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Attorney’s Office. […]
Dear Gene, It is my pleasure to inform you that the members of National Trail Lodge 47, of the Fraternal Order of Police have unanimously endorsed your candidacy for a second term for District Attorney, Washington County, PA. Lodge 47 represents over 500 active and retired members of the Pennsylvania State Police in southwestern Pennsylvania. […]
Forfeited drug dealer money is given to county Washington County District Attorney Eugene A. Vittone this morning presented to the Washington County Commissioners a check in the amount of $100,000.00. This money was forfeited over the past few years by drug offenders that have been dealing drugs within Washington County. In the past, forfeiture money […]
(Bentleyville, PA.) District Attorney Gene Vittone has announced that he will seek a second term representing the residents of Washington County. Vittone says he will circulate petitions for the upcoming May, 2015 primary to seek the Republican nomination for the November general election. Vittone was first elected as District Attorney in 2011. “It has been […]