Disorderly house ordinance citation: Johnathon R. Pierce of Normalville was cited by borough police for violating the disorderly house ordinance after he allegedly hosted a large, noisy party at his apartment at 1000 Shutterly St. early Saturday.
Disorderly conduct citation: Brian Knapp, 24, of Waynesburg, was cited by borough police for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness after he allegedly was knocking on doors on Ash Street trying to find his residence.
Hit-and-run charges: Jamie Lee, Wible, 35, of West Brownsville, faces charges stemming from a two-vehicle accident at Route 88 and Malden Road on Feb. 27. Wible allegedly failed to stop after the accident, which sent the other driver to the hospital to be treated for back spasms, California police said. Wible was charged with accidents involving damage to an attended vehicle, duty to give information and render aid, reckless and careless driving, duty of operator involved in a reportable accident to report and disorderly conduct.
Theft charge: Chad Edwards, 19, of Irwin, was charged by California police with retail theft, drug possession, underage drinking and public drunkenness for allegedly stealing a donut from the Kwik Fill Feb. 27.
Simple assault: Lawrence Farkas, 64, of Elm Grove Drive, McMurray, faces a simple assault charge after he allegedly attacked his son Noah Farkas, 23, of the same address, with a baseball bat early Monday, Peters police said. Farkas was arraigned before District Judge Larry Hopkins and placed in Washington County jail on $25,000 straight bond.
Man jailed: Timothy R. Bonner, 43, address unknown, is charged by township police with making terroristic threats, harassment and disorderly conduct, court records show. Bonner is accused of threatening to slit a woman’s throat after he was removed from her home on Vance Drive about 4:30 p.m. Sunday. He is in Washington County jail on $25,000 bond set by District Judge Larry Hopkins.
Drug arrest: Amy Levkulich, 34, of 449 Center Ave., Charleroi, is charged by Charleroi Regional police with drug possession with intent to deliver, criminal use of a communications facility, drug possession and endangering the welfare of children, court records show. She is accused of selling a confidential informant 16 doses of oxycodone for $100 at a convenience store on Pennsylvania Avenue about 3:40 p.m. Saturday. Police reported Levkulich to Washington County Children and Youth Services because her two children were with her at the time of her arrest. She is in Washington County jail on $75,000 bond set by District Judge Larry Hopkins.
Faces charges: Nathaniel Engott, 34, of 315 Summit Ave., Canonsburg, faces charges after he locked himself inside a restroom at Family Dollar, 101 E. Wylie Ave., for more than an hour Friday and allegedly ingested cocaine, Washington police said. He also reportedly took a doll from the store, broke it and put part of it in the toilet. He was taken to Washington Hospital for treatment.
Bicycle stolen: William Woods, of 1060 Summerlea Ave., told Washington police Friday his G7 bicycle valued at $800 was stolen from his shed. Surveillance video showed a white truck in the area.
Woman assaulted: Priscilla Duchi, 36, of Washington, told Washington police Saturday she was assaulted by a woman inside a car in the 300 block of Locust Avenue. She told police the woman hit her in the face several times. Charges are pending against her assailant, police said.
False ID: Robert B. Spriggs, 58, of 1727 E. Maiden St., Washington, faces a charge of false identification to police after giving police a different name when they responded to an incident Saturday night in the parking lot of Shop ’n Save, 125 W. Beau St. Police received a report of a man who tried to get into a woman’s vehicle. When police questioned Spriggs, he gave another name but the officer found a bill and identification with his correct name. He told police he gave the wrong name because he is wanted on a bench warrant. He then told them he was ill and he was taken to Washington Hospital. Police were not notified when he was discharged.
No injuries in crash: No injuries were reported in a single-car crash at 5:30 a.m. Feb. 13 on Vine Street. State police said Dalton Babich, 20, of Monongahela fell asleep at the wheel. His car struck a guardrail.
Assault charge: Shane Ray Rush, 53, of Dilliner, was charged with attempted burglary, simple assault and related charges following a domestic incident at 11:30 p.m. Feb. 15 at Riviera Mobile Home Court on Route 88, state police said. Charles Doyles, 66, of Dilliner and an unnamed female were listed as victims of the crime.
Found property: Police are seeking the owner of a plastic storage container and a propane tank that fell from the bed of a white pickup truck at 2:30 p.m. Friday on Route 21 near Murtha Drive. Anyone wishing to claim the property should call state police at 724-627-6151.
Crash: No injuries were reported in a single-car crash at 5:36 a.m. Feb. 12 on Piper Ridge Road. Police said Brittani Hutchinson, 21, of Waynesburg was driving too fast around a curve. Her car ran off the road and hit an embankment.
Harassment: Garry Anthony White, 49, of Graysville, attempted to take an iPad from Kelly Ann Lewis, 33, of Graysville, bending Lewis’ fingers back, state police said. He also allegedly pushed to the floor an 11-year-old girl who tried to intervene. The incident occurred at 11 p.m. Feb. 9 at 301 Ackley Creek Road.