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Man Allegedly Drove Drunk with Young Daughter in Car

Heidelberg police say a Washington County man was driving drunk with his young daughter in his car. Read about that and other crime news in the weekly police blotter.

Heidelberg police say a Washington County man was driving drunk with a young daughter in his car.

Police said they stopped John D. Bonacci, 43, of Washington, PA, at Collier Avenue and East Railroad Street shortly after 5 p.m. on Dec. 4 and found him to be impaired while driving with the young girl in the vehicle.

Bonacci was charged with drunken driving, driving on a suspended license, reckless driving, endangering the welfare of a child and three counts of reckless endangerment.

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Bridgeville

 

DUI Crash at McLaughlin Park: A car sustained heavy front end damage when it crashed near McLaughlin Park in Bridgeville during the early hours of Dec. 9, borough police said. Police said Taylor Moss, 25, of South Park, was intoxicated and lost control of the car on McLaughlin Run Road shortly before 2 a.m. Moss was charged with drunken driving following the crash.

Man found passed out in car: Terrence Mannering, 49, of Carnegie, was charged with drunken driving and prohibited acts after Bridgeville police said they found him passed out behind the wheel of his car on Moore Street on Dec. 2.

DUI charge: Liana Sittler, 22, of Mt. Lebanon was charged with drunken driving following a car crash in the 100 block of May Avenue on Dec. 3, Bridgeville police said.

Argument leads to charges: Two people face disorderly conduct charges following a disturbance at Bridgeville Towers on Bank Street Extension on Dec. 4. Bridgeville police said Ronald Alloway, 62, and Susan Neilson, 58, were yelling and causing problems in the apartment building.

Drug charges: Bridgeville police said they charged 20-year-old borough resident Anthony Sroka, with marijuana possession, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia on Dec. 7 while serving an arrest warrant on another person in the Washington Avenue apartment unit.

Assault charge: Robert Salvini, 64, of McDonald, faces charges of simple assault, harassment and trespassing after Bridgeville police said they were called to a Mill Street residence for a disturbance on Dec. 8.

 

Scott Township

Assault and other charges: Michael Selepec, 18, of Scott, was charged with terroristic threats, disorderly conduct, assault and drug law violations after township police said they were called to a Peachtree Road home on Dec. 8.

Threatening phone calls: Scott Township police said they charged Ashlee Kara, 30, of Dormont, with harassment and terroristic threats after she allegedly continued to make threatening calls to a resident in the 300 block of Vanadium Road.

Gas station fight: Tracee Kallet, 39, of Scott, faces assault and harassment charges after township police said she got into a fight at the GetGo gas station on Cochran Road on Dec. 6.

Weapons offense: Scott police said they charged 40-year-old township resident Frank Wagner with weapons offenses. Police said they found him in possession of weapons, which he is prohibited to do while on probation.

Money stolen from purse: A Providence Point resident told Scott Township police that money was apparently taken from her purse some time from Dec. 2 to 3.

Child endangerment charges: James McNonough, 20, of Scott, was charged with corruption of minors and child endangerment after township police said hew as using marijuana around juveniles on Dec. 3.

same old story December 14, 2012 at 07:17 PM
DRIVING DRUNK WITH THE YOUNGSTER IN HIS CAR. LOCK HIM UP AND TOSS AWAY THE KEY ON THIS PIECE OF WORK
Jaun December 15, 2012 at 01:10 AM
THEY SAY WHEN YOU DRIVE DRUNK YOU ONLY GET CAUGHT 1 TIME FOR EVER 25 TIMES THAT YOU DO DRIVE DRUNK. HOW MANY TIMES WAS THE LITTLE GIRL IN THE CAR?
Roger December 15, 2012 at 02:38 AM
"An average drunk driver has driven drunk 80 times before first arrest." Quoted from the MADD web page. 27 people die from DUI every day.

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