: Police beat March 26

  • March 25, 2013


Indecent exposure: Two females told state police that a balding white male in his 20s or 30s exposed himself while sitting in his vehicle, a red two-door Dodge Neon, while it was parked near First Federal and Gabler’s Drug Store at 12:30 p.m. Friday.


Tires slashed: Joseph Larkin of Creek Road, Jefferson, told state police all four tires on his vehicle were slashed between March 8 and 15 while it was parked at a pull off near of Greene Street and Bonar Avenue.


Batteries stolen: A spokesman for Emats Inc., Rices Landing, told state police 10 commercial batteries were stolen from vehicles parked at a construction site late Thursday or early Friday.


Theft: State police said several batteries were stolen from construction equipment belonging to Alex Paris Contracting, Atlasburg, at a work site on Porter Street Extension between 5 p.m. March 14 and 7 a.m. March 15.


Gate stolen: A metal gate at 171 Fox Hill Road, property owned by Ryan Hepinger of Waynesburg, was stolen between 3 p.m. March 14 and 10 a.m. March 17.

Drug paraphernalia: Southwest Regional police reported that drug paraphernalia consisting of used hypodermic needles, blunt cigar wrappers, cut drinking straws and plastic baggie ends was found on Davis Town Road March 20. Police said this is the second find of apparent illegal drug activity in the township in recent months. Anyone with information is asked to call the Southwest Regional Police Department at 724-929-8484.

Suspicious vehicles: Southwest Regional police said suspicious vehicles have repeatedly been seen the Mt. Morris Gospel Tabernacle Church parking lot after normal hours. When approached by members of the church the vehicles speed from the area. Anyone with information is asked to call the Southwest Regional Police Department at 724-929-8484.


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