Police beat April 20
Liquor violation: Big Fellas Pizza Deli & Wings Co., 45-47 E. Pike St., faces a liquor law violation for allegedly failing to display evidence that the premises meets all sanitary requirements for a public eating place. The violation occurred between Feb. 20 and 27, the state police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement said.
Vehicle break-ins: Beth Peternel, of 702 Griffin Ave., reported her two vehicles were broken into early Thursday morning. Police said one car was missing a GPS and some cash, while the other’s glove compartment was entered, but nothing appeared to be taken.
Two charged in burglary: Sky T. Desensi, 37, of Washington, and Darren D. Cas, 28, of Avella, were charged with burglary, theft and criminal trespass after state police said they removed items from two abandoned houses on Route 844 Friday. The pair was arraigned before District Judge Jay Weller.
Trespass charges: Two men were charged with criminal trespass after entering The Meadows Casino when they were not authorized to be there. Charles Walker, of Prospect and Richard Adam Stutz, of Forest Hills, were both charged by police Thursday.
Vehicle damaged: Carmon LaSalvia Jr., of Washington, reported his vehicle was scratched in several places while it was parked in the Walmart parking lot at Trinity Point Tuesday.
Sign damaged: Juveniles damaged a wooden sign in front of the Christian Academy at Hillcrest Ave. Thursday. Police said witnesses reported there were five juveniles in front of the school. They were later released to their guardians.
Three face charges: Washington police said they charged Robert Foote, 44, of 125 Frederick Terrace, Fredericktown; Delva Carey, 49, of 2117 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh; and John Lindsay, 55, of 161 W. Walnut St., Washington, with disorderly conduct following a traffic stop Thursday morning at West Hallam Avenue and Main Street.
Harassment charge: Sylvia Harkins was charged with harassment after Washington police said she was involved in an argument with her landlord near her apartment at 20 Brookside Ave. on Thursday morning.
Man arrested on warrant: Washington police said they arrested Donald Snow, 41, of 161 W. Walnut St., Washington, on an outstanding warrant Thursday afternoon. Police said they also found him in possession of suspected crack. He was placed in the Washington County jail.
Argument leads to charge: Lona Thomas, 35, of 220 Ridge Ave., was charged with harassment after city police said she got into an argument with a neighbor Thursday night.
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