Police beat Dec. 15
Burglary: Floyd Stallman, 46, of 109 Allison Road, told police Friday that someone took a DualShock 3 wireless controller, PlayStation 3 console, Wii quad charger station and an Apple iPad from his home.
Collision: Someone struck the rear of a vehicle being driven by Dennis Hopton of Carmichaels on East Greene Street Tuesday, police said. Hopton was not injured and the other driver fled the scene.
Collision: Kenneth D. Summers, 65, of Carmichaels, sustained a moderate injury Wednesday when his vehicle was struck from behind on Jefferson Road by a vehicle with an unknown driver who fled the scene, police said. A passenger in Summers’ vehicle, Daniel B. Morris, 59, also of Carmichaels, was not injured.
Burglary: Someone broke in to the residence of Stephanie and Justin Whitehouse at 1750 S Bridge Road Friday and took two television sets, a camera, a watch and a lockbox, police said. The items were valued at about $2,200.
Theft: Five NAPA 12 volt batteries were taken from Moore & Moore Excavating at 801 Smith Creek Road. between Tuesday and Thursday, police said.
Two-vehicle crash: Vehicles being driven by Douglas DeWitt, 48, of Union Township and Eric Castor, 26, of Monongahela, collided Wednesday at state Route 88 and Stonebridge Drive, police said. Castor was cited for failing to obey traffic control devices and not having a driver’s license. Citations have been filed with District Judge James Ellis.
Crash: Joseph C. Scalise, of North Huntingdon, told police he collided with a deer on state Route 88 Wednesday near Mineral Beach. The impact caused minor damage to his vehicle.
Criminal mischief: It was reported to Southwest Regional Police Friday that someone damaged and dislocated two traffic signs at Route 837 and Gun Club Road. Anyone with information should call police at 724-929-8484.
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