City of Washington police renew push to solve several homicides

WASHINGTON, Pa. — The City of Washington Police Department is renewing a push to solve several homicides from over the past ten years.

City of Washington Police Department said on Facebook that it continues to investigate the murders of Matthew “Miz” McGlone (October 2014), Marius “Pryce” Chatman (March 2015), Travis Larson (November 2017) and Connor Brock (November 2021).

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Police say their killers are still at large.

Newly elected Washington Mayor Jojo Burgess said he hand-picked the new police chief who is working to solve these cases.

“I will back my police 100% as they try to work through these cases and clean up these streets,” Burgess said.

Channel 11 has covered all four homicides and investigators have said repeatedly people have information that could solve the cases but aren’t coming forward.

“One thing needs to change. This so-called ‘code of the streets, I’m no snitch.’ There are families out there hurting because of people doing bad things. We live in Washington PA, we are not in the big city like some of these guys think, with their little gangs, we are in Little Washington for a reason. We want to be a tightknit town.”

Anyone with information on these cases can contact Washington police at (724) 223-4226. You can also message them on their Facebook page.

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