Improper discarding: State police in Washington said Shannon L. Brock and Jeffrey R. Eidens Jr., both 26 from Washington, were to be charged with disposing television sets and tubes on the Home Run Road property of Cristin K. Brauchler, 42, at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Burglary, theft: Someone broke into the Henkels & McCoy Inc. property on Ten Mile Road and stole items owned by the firm’s Norman, Okla., office and by Bobby Haddix, 46, of Clay City, Ky. State police in Washington said the thefts occurred between 8 p.m. Wednesday and 5:45 a.m. Thursday.
Theft, other charges: Borough police are filing misdemeanor charges against two individuals who, they said, befriended a senior citizen, got his access device information and stole $100 from his wallet and about $1,000 from his ATM card. Tiffany D. Stewart, 30, of California, and Trisa Stickle, 22, of Brownsville, were charged with theft, access device fraud, receiving solen property and conspiracy following an alleged incident on Pike Run Drive at 5 a.m. Tuesday. Police said this is the third time Stewart was charged in similar actions with that victim.
Crash charges: A Washington man has been charged in a crash in which he allegedly drove the wrong way on a one-way road. State police in Washington reported that James R. Riggs, 52, turned left from Windsor Drive onto Oak Grove Road at 9:07 a.m. Friday and struck a vehicle driven by Jessica L. Valenzuela, 33, of Washington. She sustained a minor injury, police said, and was taken to Washington Hospital by Washington Ambulance & Chair. Neither Riggs nor any of Valenzuela’s three passengers – girls from Canonsburg ages 7, 11 and 16 – was injured.
Harassment charge: Frank W. Carrier, 66, of Eighty Four, was charged with harassment following an alleged incident in the 100 block of Sundust Road at 2 p.m. Saturday. State police in Washington said Ashley L. Carrier, 30, of Eighty Four, accused Frank Carrier of grabbing her by the neck and arm.
Drunkenness charge: State police in Washington reported that Steven J. Grudu, 47, of Eighty Four, was charged with public drunkenness following an incident at 3:57 p.m. Friday at the Kwik-Fill convenience store.