The Trib reports the elderly man had been missing since Sunday evening.
The body of a Sewickley Hills man was found Monday evening in Bell Acres, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. The Trib reports that Robert Reed, 84, was last seen about 6 p.m. Sunday after he wandered away from his home. Family members found Reed's body in a wooded area off Pleuchel Road, a spokesman for the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office told the Trib, adding that there was no sign of foul play but that an autopsy is planned. -- Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter Check out some of today's other top stories here.
A Pine-Richland parent discovers a video on his child's cell phone showing teens participating in the dangerous activity, also known as the Pass-Out Game.
First in a Series "It looked like she was dying right in front of us." That's what a Pine-Richland father said after recently watching a video of his daughter playing the Pass-Out Game with a group of friends from middle school. He saw his child hyperventilating, then someone grabbing his daughter from behind and squeezing until she passed out. The PR parent said it took only seconds for his teenage daughter to wake up, but watching it felt like an eternity. The father, who asked for his name and that of his daughter to be withheld, said he recently found the recording during a routine check of the teen's cell phone. Also known as the Choking Game, the Pass-Out Game is anything but a game. It is more aptly described as a strangulation …