: Police beat Feb. 5

February 4, 2014


Window broken: Jeffrey Oliver, 129 N. Jefferson Ave., told Canonsburg police Sunday that vandals threw a concrete block through the window of his front door.


DUI crash: Rody R. Rodenbaugh, 38, of 1205 S. Hewitt Ave., Canton, was charged Friday by state police with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to give information after a crash and traffic violations after his vehicle hit a guard rail in the 1500 block of West Wylie Avenue, Canton. The charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge David Mark.

DUI charge: Mark L. Ealy, 41, of 532 McKee Road, Canton Township, was charged Friday by state police with DUI, turning off lights to avoid detection and traffic violations stemming from a Jan. 23 incident on Jefferson Avenue at Hilltop Lane, Canton. State police spotted him speeding and when tried to stop him, he pulled into a driveway and turned off the lights on his pickup truck. His blood-alcohol content was 1 1/2 times the 0.08 limit presumed for intoxication. The charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge David Mark.


DUI crash: Harry T. Wilson Jr., 28, of 28 Bowen Road, McDonald, was charged by Chartiers police with DUI and driving with a suspended license, DUI-related, after he reportedly sideswiped another vehicle on Allison Hollow Road Sunday. He refused to submit to a blood-alcohol test, police said. Charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge David Mark.

Grill stolen: Mary Holland, of 667 N. Main St., told Chartiers police Sunday that her gas grill was stolen from the porch of her home.

One injured: Barbara Crabtree, 36, of 1265 Locust St., Washington, was injured Friday when her vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Tina Anterock, 41, of 111 Ash Alley, Rices Landing. Chartiers police said Anterock was in the left, westbound lane of West Pike Street at Short Street when she decided to turn right onto Short, hitting Crabtree’s vehicle. Crabtree was taken to Canonsburg Hospital for treatment.


Siding damaged: Eric Stumpf, of 55 VanKirk Road, told North Franklin police Friday that the siding on his garage was damaged by a delivery truck. The driver had mistakenly delivered the package, meant for his neighbor, to his house.

DUI charge: Andrew Kalosky of 351 Cortez Drive, Canton Township, was charged by North Franklin police with DUI and careless driving after he allegedly drove off the driveway at the Ramada Inn, West Chestnut Street, Thursday. Police said he refused to submit to a blood-alcohol test. The charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Robert Redlinger.

Access device fraud: Tracy Wishnock, of 815 S. Main St., told North Franklin police that she gave personal information including birthdate and Social Security number to a caller last month after he promised to lower the interest rates on her credit cards. Two weeks later, $925 in unauthorized purchases were made on her Sears credit card.


Criminal mischief: Employees at Tobacco for Less, 32 N. Main St., reported Monday that the front window was sprayed with spray paint, a mailbox was ripped off the building and glue was put in the door lock, city police said.

Burglary: Several pieces of jewelry valued at $4,000 were reported missing Monday from a home in the 100 block of Brookside Avenue, city police said. A window in the home was found broken. Police are continuing to investigate.



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