Bridgeville Police Blotter – 9/14

A drunk man was found sleeping in someone else’s car and two people are arrested following a fight with a baseball bat. Read about that and other crime in the weekly Bridgeville police blotter.

Drunk man found sleeping in car: Christian Musgrave, 20, of Bridgeville, was charged with public drunkenness after borough police said they found him passed out in a car that didn’t belong to him in the early hours of Sept. 1.

Hit-and-run crash: Brad Crompton, 54, of Bridgeville was charged with careless driving and accident involving attended vehicles after borough police said he hit a car and left the scene in the 300 block of St. Clair Street on Aug. 31.

Man arrested on probation violation: Bridgeville police said they arrested Jeremy Childers, 27, of Bethel Park, on Sept. 3 for a probation violation while serving an arrest warrant on another person in the 200 block of Prestley Road.

Fight leads to charges: Two Bridgeville people face simple assault charges after a fight in the 600 block of Baldwin Street on Sept. 3. Bridgeville police said they arrested Wayne Carelli, 28, and Yvonne Fiumara, 44, when they suffered injuries in the fight in which one person was armed with a baseball bat.

DUI charge: Christian Shea, 22, of Upper St. Clair, was charged with drunken driving after Bridgeville police said they made a traffic stop along Hickman Street in the early hours of Sept. 8.

DUI arrest: Bridgeville police said they charged Lydia Bruno, 43, of Imperial, with drunken driving following a traffic stop at Station and Railroad streets in the early hours of Sept. 9.


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BradLCrompton September 14, 2012 at 02:30 PM
just for the record....my hit and run crash consisted of me going from the 300 block to the 200 block (10 houses) parking my car in front of my house to run in and get documents the officer would request. How would someone actually run away from an accident on a dead end street? I was never out of the line of vision of anyone witnessing the rear view mirrors hitting each other. Sounds a bit different than your report...hope it doesn't hurt your chances at the Pulitzer.
clint eastwood September 14, 2012 at 06:10 PM
So then in your own words Mr Crompton you just admitted to leaving the scene .......
trusgold September 16, 2012 at 12:16 AM
wow clint is there a Supreme Court opening?


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