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Club cited: The state Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement cited Polish National Alliance White Eagle Branch 1746 of 303 Adams Ave., Canonsburg, for having gambling devices on the premises. The charge will be brought before an administrative law judge.
Two charged: David Lee Foster, 51, of 137 Scott Ave., Canton, and Chance Kidwell, 18, of 11257 Lagonda Road, Washington, will be charged with harassment after they allegedly pushed and hit each other during a confrontation Thursday at Foster’s home, state police said.
Drug arrest: Heather Woodring, 39, of 2930 Wilson St., North Franklin Township, was arrested Thursday on a warrant obtained by Washington County District Attorney’s Drug Task Force stemming from an undercover investigation in Cecil. She was arraigned before District Judge Larry Hopkins on charges of possession and possession with intent to deliver heroin. She was placed in Washington County jail on $25,000 bond.
iPad stolen: Brian Stankovich reported his iPad valued at $500 was stolen April 19 when he was at the Iceoplex, 114 Southpointe Blvd., Canonsburg.
Tools stolen: About $2,300 worth of tools were stolen April 23 from a Asplundh Tree Service Co. truck parked at the state Department of Transportation garage on Lewicki Road in Cecil Township.
Saw stolen: An orange and white Stihl chainsaw was reported stolen April 23 from a shed behind a house at 12 Nugent St., McDonald.
Drug charges: Robert Derrickson III, 28, of Belle Vernon, will be charged by Charleroi Regional police with possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia after police said he was found in a vehicle in the 200 block of Apple Way, Charleroi, on Tuesday with suspected Roxycodone. Charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Larry Hopkins.
Assault arrest: David F. Szafraniec, 37, of Meadow Lands, was arrested late Thursday by Chartiers police on charges of simple assault and harassment after he allegedly assaulted Peggy Ann Kelvington during a confrontation at their home. He was arraigned before District Judge Larry Hopkins and placed in Washington County jail on $25,000 bond.
Escapes injury: James Nixon, 26, of Millers Run Road, Cuddy, escaped injury about 6:40 p.m. Thursday when his vehicle went off the 2200 block of Henderson Avenue and hit a tree, Chartiers police said. He had to be freed from the vehicle by Chartiers firefighters.
Burglary reported: David Huntley of Federal Street told Southwest Regional police his property was burglarized April 11 and about $1,300 worth of items were stolen.
Theft from vehicle: A Coach purse value at $300 and $180 in cash were stolen from an unlocked vehicle Wednesday in the 100 block of Sandcreek Drive. Police said the purse was behind the driver’s seat. A wallet and credit cards were not taken.
Theft: A gold bracelet valued at $200 and a pair of gold earrings valued at $450 were reported stolen Wednesday from a house in the 100 block of Lintel Drive in McMurray, township police said. The incident remains under investigation.
Missing reading glasses: A pair of Chrome Heart reading glasses valued at $1,200 were reported stolen Thursday from the desk at a business at 2871 Washington Road, McMurray, police said.
Stolen liquor: Police said a man walked up to a clerk at the state Wine and Spirits store, 3929 Washington Road, McMurray, and asked the price of an item Wednesday. He left the item and walked out of the store. As he was getting into a car, clerks noticed he had two bottles of liquor valued at $64 up his sleeves. A similar incident was reported Sunday at the Wine and Spirits store at Washington Mall, police said.
Home burglarized: Southwest Regional police are investigating a burglary March 31 at the home of Linda Hindman, Coal Bluff Road. Police did not indicate what was stolen.
Firearms arrest: William T. Ankrom, 21, of 439 Extension Ave., Washington was arrested and taken to the county jail Thursday after police conducted a traffic stop at Chestnut Street and Shaw Avenue and found marijuana and a shotgun, city police said. He faces charges of intent to deliver and illegal possession of a firearm among others. A passenger in the vehicle, Alena Lowe, of 265 Lincoln Terrace, Washington, was also arrested for resisting arrest and exposing her breasts. Her charge will be sent by summons.

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Late-night disturbance: Kala Riggleman, 25, of 215 Parkview Knoll, Carmichaels, was cited for disorderly conduct after Cumberland Township police said she was heard shouting inside her apartment early Saturday and refused to stop when officers arrived.
Crash leads to DUI charge: State police said they charged Amanda M. Caldwell, 24, of 155 Washington St., Jefferson, with driving under the influence and other offenses after a vehicle crash at River Road and Main Street in Rices Landing April 15. Charges were filed Wednesday through District Judge Lee Watson’s office.
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