Police beat Nov. 2
Tools stolen: Terry Tackett of 221 Route 980 Road, McDonald, told police various tools were stolen from the back of his unlocked pickup truck while it was parked in his driveway between Saturday and Monday, township police said. The tools are valued at $1,100, police said.
Burglary reported: Chartiers police said the R.J. Corman Railroad Group on Pike Street was burglarized between 5 p.m. Thursday and 9:30 a.m. Friday, and several tools and saws were stolen.
Vehicle stolen, vandalized: Maxwell Chovas reported to city police that his vehicle was stolen Thursday from a parking lot on South Lincoln Street. Police found his car later that day at the softball field in Washington Park after receiving a call from a man who reported a burned car there. City firefighters believe the fire was set intentionally, police said. There are no suspects.
DUI crash: City police said Tiffany Michelle Milovac, 28, of 320 Donnan Ave., was driving under the influence of alcohol with a 0.198 percent blood-alcohol content when her vehicle hit another head-on at the intersection of Hall and Allison avenues Thursday evening, causing injury to the passenger of the second vehicle. DUI charges will be sent by summons.
Car vandalized: Kari McClellan of Maple Terrace reported to city police that the tires on her vehicle were slashed about 1 a.m. Friday.
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