Sunday, June 26, 2011

Paul Donaldson Pittsburgh Chief of Police

Pittsburgh Police Chief Paul Donaldson said the police were pleased with the verdicts. "We're very satisfied with the decision of the jury in this phase of the trial," he said. "We waited two long years for the jury to make the appropriate decision in this case. We're also satisfied that the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has officially recognized that Richard Poplawski is guilty of the murders of Officers Paul Sciullo, Eric Kelly and Stephen Mayhle." Read more: Poplawski trial: The verdict - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Donaldson Pittsburgh Chief of Police Residence: Stanton Heights Age: 59 Family: Wife, Cindy; children, Jason, Mark and Janelle; five grandchildren Education: Graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1970 Occupation: Deputy chief, Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. Donaldson joined the bureau after serving in a Navy reconnaissance squadron in Vietnam and working at a steel mill. During his 34 years with the bureau, he has held every rank, including serving as interim chief for six weeks. - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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