PFA arrest: Police went to 600 S. Central Ave. Monday morning to take Christopher Damerow of 114 W. Pitt St. into custody on a warrant for violating a protection-from-abuse order. Damerow’s stepfather told police Damerow had come to his house the night before and said he wanted to turn himself in. Police found Damerow in a bedroom sleeping. He was placed in the Washington County jail.
Bicycle found: A bicycle found on Green Meadow Drive has been turned in to state police in Washington and can be claimed there.
Leaving scene: Levi Cutshall, 23, of 62 Victoria St., Washington, faces charges after he allegedly left an accident scene Tuesday morning at 711 N. Main St. Police said Cutshall struck two parked cars in Midland and then walked away. One of the vehicles had heavy front- and rear-end damage.
Drug charges: Bethany Ann Pochiba, 28, of Bethel Park, was charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after state police conducted a traffic stop on her vehicle on Interstate 79 Monday night.
Woman charged: Charges of harassment and theft were filed by summons against Jasmine L. Wilkins, 20, of 864 Chartiers St., Washington, for allegedly putting funds on her own gift card that should have gone to customers of Toys ’R’ Us, 301 Oak Spring Road, where she was employed. The store manager told police when customers had purchased enough to earn a free $10 card, Wilkins was giving them cards with no amounts on them and keeping the $10 for herself. It was estimated she stole about $300, police said. When confronted, Wilkins allegedly pushed aside the manager in her office and left the store.
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