Teenage Girls Arrested for Stealing From Bridgeville Store
Two teenage girls were arrested after police said they stole items from a Bridgeville business. Read about that and other crime in the weekly Bridgeville police blotter.
Two teenage girls from Washington County face numerous charges after police said they stole items from a Bridgeville business earlier this month.
Bridgeville police said they were called to the business in the 400 block of Railroad Street on Jan. 13 when the store owner called to say the two girls were stealing items.
They initially gave the officers false names, but investigators were eventually able to determine they were both 15 years old and from Washington, PA. Police did not reveal their names because they are both juveniles.
Both were charged in juvenile court with retail theft, hindering apprehension, false identification to police and criminal conspiracy.
Police did not identify the business where the crimes allegedly take place.
Fight leads to charge: Theresa Wallace, 52, of Bridgeville, was charged with assault after borough police said she punched another woman in the mouth during a fight in the 400 block of Bank Street Extension on Jan. 16.
Police called to break-up fight between sisters: Kali Casper, 24, of Bridgeville, was cited for harassment after borough police said she got into a fight with her sister over a gaming system. Police said they were called to the 100 block of Union Street on Jan. 17 and found the women fighting, with one of them suffering an injury to her eye.