An incident on Clematis Street in November led to a bizarre string of events that culminated with an arrest warrant issued for a former Dwyer High School student who now works for the mayor of Pittsburgh.
But Robert Matthew Harringer, 24, who graduated from Dwyer High School in 2007 and is now the campaign spokesman for Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, said the legal issue will be settled soon and he just wants to forget the whole thing.
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