Police beat Sept. 11
Television stolen: Dolores George, 156 Pittsburgh Road, Bentleyville, told Southwest Regional police Wednesday that a new flat-screen television was stolen in a burglary of her home. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 724-929-8484.
Theft charge: Erin Thibodeaux, 34, of Haughton, La., was charged Monday in a private criminal complaint with theft for allegedly stealing $2,313 as well as personal items from Joseph Bullock, 254 Maple Ridge Road, Canonsburg. The complaint indicated Bullock had been excluded from his home under a protection from abuse order. When she failed to appear for the PFA hearing, the order was lifted. He returned home and discovered the theft. The charge will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge David Mark.
Money stolen: An employee of Gas & Go, 301 Euclid Ave., told Canonsburg police Monday that $1,659 was stolen from the cash drawer at the business over the weekend. Charges are pending.
One injured: Michelle Lindsittel, 49, of 246 Parker St., Houston, was slightly injured Monday when her vehicle was hit from behind by a vehicle driven by Michael J. Burkey, 31, of 27 Welcome St., Fredericktown, in the 100 block of East Pike Street, Canonsburg police said.
Assault, harassment charges: Steven Edward Rush, 40, of 1520 Jefferson Ave., Canton, was arrested Monday by state police on charges of simple assault, harassment and public drunkenness. He is accused of getting into an argument with his wife and waving a machete at her. He was arraigned before District Judge Robert Redlinger and placed in Washington County jail on $5,000 bond.
Disorderly, drunkenness charges: Kurt Redmon, 25, of 411 N. Main St., Chartiers, was charged by township police with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness after he was allegedly swinging a bat at vehicles driving on North Main near his home Monday. He was placed in Washington County jail on a probation detainer. The charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge David Mark.
Girls charged: A 13-year-old Washington girl and a 14-year-old Washington girl were each charged in a juvenile allegation with retail theft by North Franklin police Monday. They are accused of stealing items valued at $163 from Macy’s, Washington Crown Center, Aug. 19.
Mischief, harassment charges: Ryan P. Moye, 30, of 18 Oak St., Washington, was charged by North Franklin police with criminal mischief and harassment for allegedly breaking the rear window of a vehicle owned by Chanel M. Allen, 100 Park Ave., on Saturday, North Franklin police said.
Vehicle damaged: Kaley N. Hughes of Canton Township told North Franklin police Sept. 4 that her vehicle was damaged while it was parked at McDonald’s, 1294 W. Chestnut St. Charges are pending.
One injured: Anthony Rider, 54, of O’Hatchee, Ala., was injured Aug. 29 when his vehicle was hit from the rear by a vehicle driven by Matthew O’Donnell, 22, of 115 Wise Road, Greensboro, on the ramp to Interstate 70 westbound at West Chestnut Street, North Franklin police said.
Grate stolen: The director of North Strabane’s public works department told township police Monday that a storm grate was stolen over the weekend from a cul de sac on Greenwood Drive. The grate is valued at $260.
Altered documents charges: Michael D. Zemann, 38, of Natrona Heights, was charged Monday by Southwest Regional police with having alerted or forged documents and plates stemming from a traffic stop in the 2100 block of Route 88, Union. The inspection and emission documents had been altered, police said. Charges were filed at the office of District Judge James Ellis.
Criminal mishchief: A maintenance worker told city police he found damage to a property owned by Paul Young on the 100 block of Hall Avenue Monday morning. According to the police report, the worker found the back door kicked in, numerous holes in the drywall, three broken toilets, a destroyed bathroom vanity as well as broken shower rods, cabinet doors, blinds and windows.
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