PITTSBURGH (AP) — The bullet-riddled patrol car of a slain western Pennsylvania police officer won't be auctioned off by an insurance company, but will instead be destroyed after a door is removed and saved for posterity.
 
Allegheny County police had released Penn Hills officer Michael Crawshaw's car to the municipality's insurance company after 35-year-old Ronald Robinson was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison on Jan. 23 for killing Crawshaw in December 2009.
 
Penn Hills officials learned the car was to be sold at an auction, but Travelers Insurance apologized Tuesday and agreed to have the car destroyed instead after a door is removed.
 
Penn Hills officials want the door donated to the National Law Enforcement Museum, which is scheduled to open in two years in Washington, D.C.