Pittsburgh man accused by witness of armed robbery released after surveillance video shows him elsewhereThe Raw Story
Nov. 04, 2013
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Police didn’t want to hear DeAndre Brown’s alibi. They wanted him to confess to a crime instead. Never mind that he had no criminal record. A witness placed the 26-year-old Pittsburgh-area security guard at the scene, and that was good enough to lock him up for a month, despite the existence of a surveillance tape showing him at a training event somewhere else.