Steel Stolen From Collier Township Construction Yard
A Collier Township construction business reported a major and prolonged theft of $7,000 wroth of steel from its yard. Read about that and other crime in the weekly police blotter.
A Collier Township construction business reported a major and prolonged theft of steel from its yard.
Gurtner Construction reported to Collier Township on Oct. 19 that more than $7,000 worth of steel was stolen from their Noblestown Road location.
Police said the steel was being stored in a garage and taken during night hours when workers were away from the site.
Investigators think the thieves targeted the construction yard numerous times over the past month.
Three teens arrested for retail theft: Three teenagers face retail theft and other charges after Collier police said they stole nearly $1,300 worth of merchandise from TJ Maxx on Oct. 15. Police said the two juveniles and one adult took handbags, shoes and wallets worth a combined $1,280 before leaving and going to the Chartiers Valley Shopping Center. Police said the two juvenile girls–a 16-year-old and 17-year-old–gave false names when asked for identification. They were charged with retail theft, criminal conspiracy and false identification to police. The other suspect, Mariea Beverly, 18, of Pittsburgh, faces retail theft and criminal conspiracy charges.
North Carolina woman accused of stealing clothes: Jessica McCoy, 24, of Goldsboro, NC, is charged with retail theft after Collier police said she took $104 worth of items from Plato’s Closet on Oct. 18. Police said she left the store to put items in her car, but returned to continue shopping.
Woman charged with retail theft: Collier police said they charged Heather Jonnet, 23, of Carnegie, with retail theft after she allegedly stole $94 wroth of items from TJ Maxx on Oct. 27.
Keys stolen from LA Fitness: Someone stole three different sets of car keys from unlocked lockers at LA Fitness on Oct. 22 and 25, Collier police said.