Police beat May 30

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CANONSBURG

Items stolen: Emelda Dinicola of 121 N. Central Ave. told Canonsburg police Wednesday her down coat and compact disc player were stolen.


CECIL

Disorderly, drunkenness charges: Gregory D. Stumbo, 41, of Girard, Ohio, was arrested Thursday morning by Cecil police after he allegedly created a disturbance at Hilton Garden Suites, 1000 Corporate Drive. Police said he was harassing guests. He was arraigned before District Judge Robert Redlinger on charges of disorderly conduct and public drunkenness. He was placed in Washington County jail on $500 bond.


CHARTIERS

Chains, binders stolen: Anthony Mankey of 600 Western Ave. told Chartiers police Thursday six chains and six ratchet binders were stolen from a toolbox on his trailer.


MORRIS

Windows broken: Vandals broke a windshield on a diesel tanker truck and the windows of an office trailer at the Alex Paris site at 220 Archer Road, Morris, last week, state police said. A portable toilet also was knocked over.


NORTH STRABANE

Counterfeit money: State police at The Meadows Casino said a counterfeit $10 bill was discovered Tuesday.


Marijuana, false ID charges: Brandon Templeton, 28, of Washington, was charged by state police Thursday with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and providing false identification in connection with a May 19 traffic stop on Interstate 79 near the Houston exit, North Strabane. Police said he was a passenger in the vehicle when it was found he had marijuana. He reportedly gave police his brother’s name. The charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Jay Weller.


PETERS

Assault alleged: Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute Wednesday afternoon in a car parked at St. Benedict the Abbot Church, but they initially were unable to locate the vehicle. Shortly afterward, the vehicle was spotted at the entrance to Rolling Hills Country Club, where officers said they found a husband and wife, John and Lisa K. Six of Rock Run Road, Venetia, inside. Police said John Six told them his wife was kicking him in his hands and kicking at the steering wheel as he drove west on East McMurray Road. He also said Lisa Six, 36, kicked him several times in the stomach. When an officer asked Lisa Six to leave the car, she remained inside and had to be forcibly removed, police said. She was taken to the police station, where she was charged with reckless endangerment and simple assault, then released. John Six did not require medical attention.


SOMERSET

Pipes stolen: Copper pipes were reported stolen Wednesday from a garage and home owned by David and Neal Vaglia on Somerset Drive, state police said.


WASHINGTON

Threats charge: Shawn A. “Pudden” Vaden, 34, of 916 Ewing St., Washington, was charged Thursday by Washington police with making terroristic threats after he allegedly threatened to kill Nicole Turney April 30 at 119 Jollick Manor. Turney told police she saw a gun in the waistband of his pants. The charge will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Robert Redlinger.


Two charged: Phyllis A. Kover, 47, of 920 Weirich Ave., Canton Township, and Dorian E. Wallace, 27, of 215 Lincoln Terrace, Washington, were charged Thursday by Washington police with assaulting Travis Wolfe April 30 at 378 W. Chestnut St. Kover is accused of trying to hit Wolfe with her vehicle, while Wallace allegedly followed Wolfe as he ran behind a building and punched him. The two were charged with simple assault and conspiracy. Charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Robert Redlinger.


Stolen rifle: Brandon J. Miller, 38, of 84 W. Wheeling St., Washington, was arraigned Thursday by District Judge Robert Redlinger on a receiving stolen property charge after city police said he traded a rifle that had been reported stolen during a May 2013 burglary.


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