: Police Beat July 13

  • July 13, 2014


Stolen tool: Pablo Nevel reported a power drill was stolen from the front porch of his 500 block Bower Avenue home Thursday, state police said.


Harassment: David F. Marshall, 37, of Carmichaels, was cited for harassment after he tackled Roman J. Starodubtsev, 19, of Carmichaels, during an altercation Sunday, state police in Waynesburg said.


Theft: State police in Waynesburg charged Lauren N. Bertovich, 33, with theft Friday after she allegedly stole pills and money from the home of her father, Anthony Bertovich, 62, on Rinehart Lane, in Waynesburg, state police said. Lauren Bertovich was arraigned before District Judge Glenn Bates, She was unable to post bond and remains in the Greene County jail.


Trespass: Stacey A. Demaske, 24, of Jefferson, was cited Thursday by state police in Waynesburg for defiant trespass after she entered Belko Foods, State Route 188, Greene County, after she was told not to return, state police said.


DUI: McDonald police cited Joshua M. Horvath, 23, of 12 Buckle St., Burgettstown, for driving under the influence and general lighting requirements after he was stopped at East Lincoln Avenue and Fannie Street because a front headlight was out, McDonald police said. Police noted he smelled of alcohol and that a partially empty case of beer was found in his vehicle.


DUI: Patrick W. Confort, 54, of Washington, was charged with DUI after police stopped him along Paxton Avenue Friday after his vehicle drifted backwards, state police said.


Theft: Timothy Dennison, of Clarksburg, W.Va., reported two flat screen televisions were stolen from a storage unit along Pole Cat Hollow Road, Greene County, between June 22 and Friday, state police in Waynesburgsaid.


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