Washington Co. & Mon Valley Police Beat

CARROLL

Man charged: Robert Erin Jones, 45, of 327 Route 906, Rostraver Township, is charged by Carroll police with theft over allegations he accepted $221 in January 2016 for lawn care services from a resident of the 1,300 block of Country Club Road and never performed the work, court records show. Jones is in Westmoreland County jail on $100,000 bond stemming from a string of other such allegations in the Mon Valley. District Judge Mark Wilson set Jones’ bond at $5,000 Friday in the Carroll Township case.

CECIL

Man jailed: Adam L. Mondine, 38, of 39 Laurel Hill Road, was placed in Washington County Jail Thursday in connection with a domestic altercation in which he allegedly restrained a woman in his bedroom and kitchen. Cecil police filed charges of unlawful restraint, simple assault and harassment. Mondine was arraigned before District Judge Joshua Kanalis and jailed on $25,000 bond. A preliminary hearing before District Judge Traci McDonald is scheduled for April 6.

WASHINGTON

Window broken: A woman reported to Washington police that the driver-side window of her vehicle was shot out with a BB gun while the vehicle was parked Thursday in the 200 block of Duncan Avenue.

Harassment citation: Eva Gilber, 49 was cited for harassment by Washington police for allegedly repeatedly calling, texting and showing up at the residence of Raieleesa Ptomey.

Assault charges: Richard E. Kerns, 65, of 395 Donnan Ave., Washington, was placed in Washington County Jail Thursday on charges of criminal attempt and simple assault. According to Washington police, Kerns struck a woman in the ribs and face, causing injuries and a chipped tooth, inside his home. He allegedly tried to forcibly remove her pants. Kerns was arraigned before District Judge Joshua Kanalis and was placed in jail on $30,000 bond. A preliminary hearing before District Judge Robert Redlinger is scheduled for April 5.

Greene Co. Police Beat

MORRIS

Drug charges: Michael Lee Mills II, 36, of 828 E. Park Ave., Fairmont, W.Va., was charged by Greene County Regional police with possession of a controlled substance and a summary traffic violation after he allegedly was found the morning of March 15, unresponsive behind the wheel of his vehicle, parked in the middle of the intersection of Tripp Hill and Browns Creek roads in Morris Township. Police said they found Subutex and Xanax pills in the vehicle.