Pa. man charged in baseball bat killing
Published: November 28, 2012
CRESSON, Pa. (AP) — A western Pennsylvania man is behind bars for allegedly killing his estranged girlfriend's son with a baseball bat.
Investigators say 50-year-old Gregory Conzo was arguing with his former girlfriend at their home in Cresson, Cambria County when Michael Pcola tried to calm him down.
Conzo allegedly struck Pcola in the head with an aluminum baseball bat. The 37-year-old Pcola died two days later at a hospital.
Police say Conzo wasn't supposed to be at the home because he was out on bail in an assault case involving his ex.
Conzo was arraigned Tuesday on charges including criminal homicide, stalking and aggravated assault. He was held without bail.
Court records don't list an attorney for Conzo.