Police beat July 7
Assault: Damian Q. Dorsey, 19, of Graysville, was in Greene County jail following an incident at 12:45 a.m. Sunday on Stringtown Road. State police in Waynesburg said Alisha D. Yeager, 19, of Rices Landing, reported Dorsey punched her in an eye and pointed a rifle at her. When they responded, police said they saw Dorsey drive a car into a private driveway and flee on foot before apprehending him. He was charged with simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, driving while under the influence and summary criminal and traffic offenses. Dorsey was arraigned before District Judge Lee Watson and remanded to jail after failing to post 10 percent of $25,000 bond.
Minors cited: Six minors were cited for underage drinking in and around First Niagara Pavilion between 1 and 9 p.m. Thursday. Enforcement officers from the state police Bureau of Liquor Control cited Mathew Siebert, 20, of Washington; Drew Deberry, 18, of Uniontown; Dorothea Maskrey and Alexis Dunmire, both 20 from Blairsville; and Sierra Greenlee and Olivia Duke, both 20 of Fairmont, W.Va.
Disorderly conduct: State police in Washington said they cited Joseph Popovich Jr., 57, of McMurray, for speeding at 1:40 p.m. Sunday, then a few minutes later, he appeared at the police barracks on Murtland Avenue to discuss the citation and caused a commotion in the front lobby, Police said after calling 911, EMS personnel checked the defendant’s status and cleared him to leave, and that the man was cited for summary disorderly conduct through a summons.
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