Police beat July 2
Theft, receiving charges: Nicole L. Tretnik, 38, of California, will be charged by California police with theft and receiving stolen property for allegedly stealing money and prescription drugs early Tuesday while visiting a home at 725 Russian St. The charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Joshua Kanalis.
Disorderly charge: Misty Shider, 35, of Coal Center, was charged Tuesday by California police with disorderly conduct stemming from an alleged drug overdose June 13 at an auto body shop on Wood Street. The charge will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Joshua Kanalis.
Drug charges: Joshua Hartley, 34, of Beallsville, will be charged by California police with possession of heroin and paraphernalia as well as traffic violations stemming from a June 26 traffic stop at Pennsylvania and Wood Streets. The heroin and paraphernalia were found in his vehicle, police said Tuesday. The charges will be sent by summons from the office of District Judge Joshua Kanalis.
Account accessed: Kathy Bachman, 101 Colonial Way, told Canonsburg police Monday that account information from her debit card was used to make $800 in charges in California, Georgia and Texas. Bachman told police she still has the card in her possession.
Taken into custody: Steven L. Dilliard, 46, of 318 W. Pike St., Canonsburg, turned himself into Canonsburg police Monday, telling them he knew he was wanted on a bench warrant. He was placed in Washington County jail.
Items stolen: Jonathan Williams, 200 Greenside Ave., told Canonsburg police Monday that items were stolen from his home. He will compile a list of the stolen items for police.
Tools stolen: A construction trailer parked at the Reserve housing plan was entered and $700 worth of tools were stolen, township police said. The tools are owned by Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning of New York, police said. The theft was reported at 7 a.m. Monday.
Electronics stolen: Neil Chichilla, 35 Oblock Lane, McDonald, told police his truck was entered while parked in the driveway between Friday and Monday, and an iPad and laptop computer were stolen, police said. The theft was reported Monday.
Mischief charge: A 17-year-old Washington boy will be charged with criminal mischief after he reportedly kicked open the door to his father’s home at 669 E. National Pike Monday, South Strabane police said. The boy, who police said did not have permission at his father’s home, was released to his grandfather.