Theft: A red-and-white, 100cc dirt bike was reported stolen Sunday from a residence at 65 Ames Road, state police said.
Loud party: Three men were cited by California police for violating the borough’s disorderly house ordinance after they were called to a loud party Nov. 15 at 535 Second St. Police said they could hear loud music and the people inside ignored their knocks at the door. Because the apartment tenants were warned on another occasion about noise, police continued to knock and the tenants finally answered. Cited were Colin R. Greene, 21, of Latrobe, Dustin G. Schachte, 21, of Derry and Michael A. Sobieralski, 20, of Pittsburgh.
Drug charges: Andrew Marcus Parish, 37, of 826 Short St., is facing charges of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance after Canonsburg police said they found him with three stamp bags of heroin and nine syringes as they were assisting Washington County parole officers. Parish was found at 407 Duquesne Ave. on Monday with the alleged items on his person, police said.
Vehicle taken: Canonsburg police said Tuesday they are investigating the theft of a 2007 Honda Civic belonging to Sarah Shapnack, of 605 Highland Ave., who told authorities an acquaintance known as “D” took the vehicle and never returned.
Two hurt: The drivers of two vehicles were taken to hospitals following a Monday morning crash, Peters Township police said. Vehicles driven by Jordan Aiello, 16, of Peters, and Sarah Simmons, 24, of Finleyville, collided at the intersection of Hedgerow Drive and Church Hill Road. Police said that Aiello’s vehicle rolled onto its side, and an officer crawled through a broken rear window to help her out of the wreckage. She complained of a possible wrist injury.
Drug charges: Jarrod Waychoff, 22, of 1190 Arch St., faces a charge of possession with intent to deliver marijuana after Washington police said they found five ounces of marijuana as they assisted on a probation check at 143 Church St. on Oct. 29.
Assault reported: Ronal Avance, 31, of 297 E. Beau St., will be charged with simple assault and harassment after allegedly choking and slamming a woman at a residence on Hall Avenue on Nov. 2, Washington police said.
Two-car accident: One person will be cited for running a red light after a crash at 6 a.m. Monday. According to Washington police, the driver of a vehicle failed to stop at the light at the intersection of Jefferson Avenue and West Chestnut Street, causing a collision with a second vehicle. One person was transported by ambulance to Washington Hospital with minor injuries. Police could not immediately provide further information.
Theft: Tools were stolen Nov. 4 from a truck parked on Dunkard Avenue in Mt. Morris, Southwest Regional police said.
Burglary: Firearms, jewelry and tools were stolen from a house on Bluff Ridge Road in Spraggs on Nov. 4, Southwest Regional police said.