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November 15, 2012


Theft report: Mia Rose Ladzinski of 217 Meadowbrook Drive, Canonsburg, told borough police about 6:15 p.m. Wednesday her diamond-studded watch valued at $1,700 was stolen while she tanned at Sunsational Tan, 593 W. Pike St., Canonsburg, police reported.

Items recovered: Joseph McGarry of 320 Thornwood Drive, Canonsburg, told borough police about 5:15 p.m. Wednesday he found two global positioning system devices in his driveway. One belonged to a neighbor, Chris Ratcliff, who hadn’t realized it was stolen, police said. The owner of the other GPS was unknown.


Woman assaulted: Steven Kobi, 47, of 999 Balsam Drive, Washington, is charged by state police with simple assault and harassment, accused of throwing a pizza and striking his ex-girlfiend, Kelli Renee McClain, about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday at 227 William St. in Canton Township, court records show. Kobi is in the Washington County jail on $3,000 bond set by District Judge Jay Weller.


Couple face charges: A McDonald couple face charges after a fight Tuesday morning at a Midway tavern. McDonald police were called to Kramer’s Tavern, 219 Dickson St., about 7:30 a.m. and found Lauren Kramer lying on the floor and Michael Kramer with scratch marks on his chest and a ripped shirt. Lauren Kramer told police her husband grabbed her and threw her on the ground and hit her head off the ground, according to an affidavit filed by police. She complained of stomach pain and was taken to Canonsburg General Hospital for treatment. Michael Kramer said he left the couple’s home and came to the bar he owns after an argument. He said she later came to the bar and began attacking him and that he defended himself. Both were charged with simple assault, harassment and disorderly conduct. The charges will proceed by summons.


Theft reproted: Michael Turner told city police eight Vicodin pills were stolen Wednesday from the medicine cabinet of his home in the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue.

Man assaulted, robbed: Joshua Tate, 27, of Washington told city police four men got out of a silver Nissan Maxima on the 100 block of South Lincoln Street and “jumped” him at 5 a.m. Thursday. During the altercation, Tate was stabbed in the upper left arm with what he described as a box cutter, Washington police said. The assailants stole money from Tate’s wallet before getting back into the car and driving away. After the altercation, Tate drove himself to Washington Hospital’s emergency room.



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