Three Teens Charged with Drug Possession at Panhandle Trail
Three teenagers face drug possession charges after Collier Township police found them in a car at the Panhandle Trail parking lot earlier this month. Read about that and other crime news in the weekly Collier Township police blotter.
Three teenagers face drug possession charges after Collier Township police officers said they found them in a car at the Panhandle Trail parking lot earlier this month.
Police said they noticed the car in the parking lot around 10 p.m. on Feb. 4 and investigated because there were people in the car moving around and trying to conceal something.
Police said they charged Cody Bean, 19, of Rosslyn Farms with possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and receiving stolen property. Police said he was wearing a ring that belonged to his mother, which she reported was stolen.
Police also said they charged Raymond Drozak, 19, of Scott Township, and William Numer, 18, of Crafton, with drug possession. Numer also faces charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Purse stolen at Kmart: Collier Township said a purse was stolen from a woman’s shopping cart while she shopped at Kmart on Feb. 6. Police said the purse contained a cell phone and various miscellaneous items.
Purse stolen from LA Fitness locker: A purse was stolen from an unsecured locker at LA Fitness on Feb. 9, Collier Township police said. The purse contained a wallet, cash, driver’s license and a credit card, which the thief attempted to immediately use at Walmart, police said.