Nov. 8

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CANTON

Harassment charge: Mary Powell, 53, of Westland, was cited for harassment after she allegedly threw a bag of pills at Vaughn Dubielak, 38, of Washington, Oct. 21. State police in Washington said Dubielak was visiting the resident of Lot 44, 1520 Jefferson Ave.,when Powell arrived and began yelling at him. Charges were filed with District Judge David Mark.


CHARTIERS

Hit-and-run: Robert E. Long of Pittsburgh reported to police that a tractor-trailer struck his side mirror while he was traveling on Western Avenue Tuesday morning. Police said the truck then left the scene without stopping.


PETERS

Damaged window: A motorist told police the rear passenger window of her vehicle was shot at about 6:30 p.m. Monday while she was traveling east in the 200 block of Waterdam Road. The motorist went to the police station where police found a hole in the window. Washington County 911 received two more calls of drivers reporting similar incidents on that stretch of road Monday night.


Theft: Police report the theft of a Craftsman 9-gallon Shop Vac from the parking lot of the Shining Star Car Wash on Route 19 at 7:03 p.m. Monday. Surveillance video shows a man in a work van loading the Shop Vac in his truck at 6:02 p.m., police said.


Theft from vehicle: A Phillips LCD screen and three outdoor chairs were stolen from a pickup truck parked in driveway of a home in the 100 block of Bridle Trail. Police received a call from the owner about 8:47 a.m. Tuesday who said she heard a noise and saw shadows in her driveway about 10 p.m. Monday. She noticed the items missing Tuesday morning.


SOMERSET

Wheels stolen: Mark Ross of Washington told state police four tires with rims were stolen from a trailer parked at the 84 Truck Stop over the weekend. The materials were worth about $3,500.


WASHINGTON

Laptop stolen: Jeff Hayes of Claysville reported to police Monday the theft of a laptop computer from an apartment on Jefferson Avenue. Hayes said the computer was stolen about a year ago, but he has since learned it was stolen by a woman who pawned it.


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