Police beat March 2

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BURGETTSTOWN

Warrant arrest: Megan Michelle Revay, 26, of 124 Eleanor St., Langeloth, was taken into custody Thursday by McDonald police when a vehicle in which she was a passenger was stopped on Route 18 in Burgettstown. Police determined there was an active bench warrant on her in Allegheny County. She was released to Allegheny County sheriff’s deputies.


CROSS CREEK

Parked vehicle hit: Leiarah Boyd, 20, of 116 Hill St., Avella, refused treatment Tuesday when her vehicle crashed into a parked vehicle on Browntown Road in Cross Creek, McDonald police said. The other vehicle was owned by Allen Koonse, 5 Cross Creek Road, Avella.


MARIANNA

Harassment charge: James Woods III, 39, of Marianna, will be charged with harassment by state police after he allegedly threw an object at Nancy Woods, hitting her in the neck during a confrontation Friday afternoon at 703 Sixth St., Marianna.


NORTH FRANKLIN

Theft charge: Cara M. Cavanaugh, 31, of 567 Beatty Lane, Scenery Hill, will be charged by North Franklin police with retail theft for allegedly stealing items from Pauly’s Gifts, Washington Crown Center, Wednesday. The charge will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Robert Redlinger.


ROBINSON

Warrant arrest: Lavon Walls, of 555 Robinson Church Road, Bulger, was taken into custody Wednesday by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration with assistance of McDonald police on a warrant. The house was searched and items seized by the DEA, McDonald police said.


SOUTH STRABANE

Crash reported: Jacob Sherman, 19, of Marianna, escaped injury Tuesday morning when his westbound vehicle hit the guard rail in the median of Interstate 70 in South Strabane before crossing both westbound lanes and coming to rest on the shoulder, state police said.


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