Man Accused of Making Threats Against Scott Township Resident
A South Fayette man is accused of making threats to a Scott Township resident earlier this month. Read about that and other crime news in the weekly Scott Township police blotter.
A South Fayette man is accused of making threats to a Scott Township resident earlier this month.
Scott Township police said David Cairns, 41, was involved in sending threatening messages to a Hoff Street resident last week.
Police did not say how Cairns made the alleged threats or what he said to the person.
Cairns faces charges of harassment and terroristic threats.
DUI arrest: Wayne Henke, 41, of Carnegie, was charged with drunken driving after Scott police said they found him slumped behind the wheel of a car in the 1100 block of Hope Hollow Road on Feb. 10.
Prescription meds taken: Allison Zapadka, 27, of Green Tree faces a theft charge after Scott Township police said she took prescription medication from a coworker at an office in the Bourse complex along Swallow Hill Road on Feb. 6.
Vending machine vandalized: Scott Township police said a soda vending machine in front of Zuk’s Gulf gas station on Washington Avenue was damaged and money was stolen from the coin box on Feb. 3.
Money stolen from desk: Scott Township police said money was stolen from behind the desk at the Focus Center in Scott Towne Center on Feb. 7.