More Arrests Made in Bridgeville Drug Raid

Bridgeville police are searching for two more people after raiding a drug home earlier this month and finding marijuana, narcotics and paraphernalia. Read about that and more crime in the weekly Bridgeville police blotter.

Bridgeville police are searching for two more people after raiding a drug home earlier this month and finding marijuana, narcotics and paraphernalia.

Police said they’re now searching for Scott Martik, 31, and Duane Berry, 20, after officers served a search warrant at the home in the 1400 block of Critchfield Drive. Police arrested Troy Gray, 25 and charged him with numerous drug related charges at the time of the bust.

Police said they charged Martik, who is the owner of the home, and Berry with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Police from Bridgeville, South Fayette and Carnegie executed a search warrant on the home on Nov. 1.



Man gets DUI on bicycle: A man riding a bicycle in the middle of Washington Avenue and causing traffic problems was found to be “highly intoxicated,” according to Bridgeville police. Donald Temelco Jr. 45, of Bridgeville, was stopped in the early hours of Nov. 14 after officers said they thought he was a hazard to traffic along the main road. Police charged Temelco with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct before releasing him to a friend.

Fight leads to charges: Bridgeville police said they charged James Mehlmauer, 47, of Bridgeville, with simple assault after he allegedly attacked a male friend at an apartment in the 600 block of Baldwin Street on Nov. 15.

DUI arrest: Danielle Winterhalter, 23, of McDonald, was charged with drunken driving and possession of drug paraphernalia after Bridgeville police said they stopped her along Washington Avenue in the early hours of Nov. 9.

clint eastwood November 23, 2012 at 05:25 PM
I want to say keep up the good work Bridgeville police the towns people are noticing an appreciate the good work your doing trying to clean up Bridgeville . Seems like since they got a new Chief things are really taking a turn for the best KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
same old story November 23, 2012 at 08:34 PM
Bill Mills November 24, 2012 at 08:38 PM
GREAT JOB CHAD and the entire Bridgeville Police Department. All the hard work these people go through to arrest these creeps pushing drugs, all too often, is in vain, when the judges, that the voters check retain on the ballot, are entirely too soft on these parasites on society.
sieben13 February 05, 2013 at 11:19 PM
Is the selling of drug paraphernalia a crime ??????? I see it sold every where . Monroeville mall for instance


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