Liquor violation: Mike and Tony’s, 1155 Washington Pike, was charged by the state police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement with furnishing beverages to a minor in connection with a Jan. 12 incident.
Tools stolen: Bradden Wadsworth, 115 Water St., Coal Center, told Southwet Regional police Wednesday that tools valued at $500 were stolen from his vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 724-929-8484.
Charged in assault: Hassan Saadeed Alamri, 38, of 22 Thayer St., East Washington, was arraigned Thursday before District Judge Robert Redlinger on charges of simple assault, terroristic threats, unlawful restraint and harassment. He is accused of slapping and choking Tallica Lynn Walker during a confrontation at their home Sunday. He is also accused of pinning down her arms. Alamri was placed in the Washington County jail Sunday on a probation violation. Redlinger set bond on the new charges at $20,000.
Club cited: The operators of La Solidarite Association, 345 Center Ave., McDonald, will be cited by the state police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement with selling alcoholic beverages to nonmembers June 22 and July 13.
Charged in theft: North Strabane police said 100 gallons of gasoline and a ball tow hitch were stolen from a pickup truck owned by Rock Water Energy Solutions of Grand Jete, Ore., while it was parked over the weekend at Hampton Inn & Suites, Racetrack Road. The theft was reported Wednesday.
Paraphernalia charge: Alicia H. Schultz will be charged with possession of drug paraphernalia following a medical emergency at 11:51 p.m. Wednesday, township police said. Police were called to a report of a possible overdose for Schultz, 27, of 161 Kimber Drive, where she was found to be unconscious. Drug paraphernalia was found nearby, police said. Schultz was taken by ambulance to St. Clair Hospital, Mt. Lebanon.
Charged in theft: Donald L. Snow Jr., 41, of 111 Holly Drive, McMurray, was charged Thursday with theft from a motor vehicle after he allegedly stole lottery tickets and about $18 in cash from a vehicle parked on Terrace Avenue on Feb. 18, Washington police said. The charge will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Robert Redlinger.
Criminal mischief charge: Harbeth Hayes, 33, of 117 Hall Ave., Washington, will be charged by Washington police with criminal mischief after she allegedly rammed her vehicle into a parked vehicle owned by Emilia Bryant, 308 Lincoln Terrace, early Thursday. Police were initially called for a woman hitting a vehicle with a pipe.
Harassment, disorderly charges: Kassandra Jo Retos, 27, of 113 LeMoyne Ave., East Washington, was charged by Washington police with harassment and disorderly conduct for allegedly pulling the hair of Kimberly Ashmore of Canton Township and knocking her to the ground Wednesday at Union Grill, East Wheeling Street. Ashmore told police she was attending a charity event at the restaurant. Retos was gone when police arrived.
Woman assaulted: Samantha Briggs, 26, of West Newton, told Washington police Wednesday that she was punched in the face the previous day by a man at 1165 Maple Terrace. Police did not indicate if charges were pending.
Faces drug charge: Donald S. Knupp Jr., 25, of 246 E. Prospect Ave., was charged by Washington police with possession of crack after the suspected drug was found at his home during a Feb. 20 probation compliance check. Knupp, who was placed in the Washington County jail on a probation violation, was arraigned Thursday before District Judge Robert Redlinger, who set bond at $10,000.
Tires, rims stolen: Robert McCartney, 38, of 665 Fayette St., Washington, was arraigned Thursday before District Judge Robert Redlinger on a charge of receiving stolen property. McCartney allegedly had two sets of chrome wheels and a mounted set of 15-inch lug nut wheels that had been reported stolen from 666 Fayette on April 12. McCartney was in the Washington County jail on a probation violation. Redlinger set bond on the new charge at $5,000.
Inmate charged: Michael D. Rose, 40, of 535 1/2 W. Chestnut St., Washington, was arraigned Thursday on a charge of possession of a controlled substance by an inmate. Jail officials got information that Rose had brought drugs with him into the jail Sept. 13. Three Suboxone sublingual films were found hidden under the insole of his tennis shoe, authorities said. District Judge Robert Redlinger set bond at $5,000.
Two charged: Christopher Paul Clark, 27, and Mary Jane Hartzog, 22, both of 2216 Belmont Ave., Canton Township, were charged Thursday by state police in connection with a Jan. 26 traffic stop. Their van was stopped by police because it had been seen in the area of Hopewell Township where scrap metal had been stolen. They were previously charged with the theft. Clark was charged Thursday with possession of a controlled substance after synthetic marijuana was found during an inventory of the van. Hartzog, who was driving, was charged with possession of marijuana and several traffic violations.