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UPDATED: Police Beat - 6/27

In this week's police blotter, a motorist was allegedly drunk and texting when she crashed her car, a woman is found napping with stolen merchandise and several juveniles are charged during an underage drinking party.

Retail theft charges at Walmart: Ashley Marpes, 37, of McKees Rocks, and Ronda Weaver, 56, of Braddock, were both charged with retail theft after Scott police said they stole $2,900 worth of merchandise from Walmart.

Laundry stolen: Laundry left outside a Kings Grant Condo apartment was stolen on June 21, Scott Township police said.

Drunk and disorderly charges: Jeffery C. Aldridge, 39, of Carnegie, was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct after Scott police said they found him intoxicated along Center Street on June 20.

Urinating in public: Gary Schuck, 52, of Scott, was charged with disorderly conduct on June 20 after township police said the found him urinating in public.

Drug paraphernalia charge: Scott police said they charged 21-year-old township resident Gina Ross with possession of drug paraphernalia on June 20.

Scattering garbage on Carothers: Joseph R. Boris, 38, of Scott, was charged with scattering rubbish on June 21 after township police said he was seen throwing trash around on Carothers Avenue.

Altercation leads to arrest: Scott police said they charged Gemon Williams, 39, of Carnegie, with disorderly conduct after a fight at the GetGo gas station on Washington Avenue on June 23.

Fight leads to charges: Brett Musser, 44, of Scott, was charged with simple assault and harassment after a fight in the 1000 block of Chatham Park Drive on June 22, township police said.

Public drunkenness charges: Joseph Graner, 36, and Rebecca Graner, 33, both of Mt. Lebanon, were charged with public drunkenness following an incident on Newburn Drive on June 23, Scott police said.

Car burglarized: A GPS system, MP3 music player and money were stolen from a car parked at Greenbriar Village Apartments in the early hours of June 21, Scott Township police said.

 

Walking out on the bill: Charges are pending against David Cherup, 27, of Venetia, after said he picked up his chainsaw after it was being repaired in the 500 block of Washington Avenue and didn't pay the $300 bill on June 9.

Public drunkenness and theft charges: Maggie Franks, 25, of Bridgeville, was charged with public drunkenness and retail theft on June 17 after borough police said they found her passed out with stolen items from a local business on Hickman Street.

Underage drinking party: Bridgeville police said they charged seven juveniles in the early hours of June 10 after breaking up an underage drinking party behind a house on Terrace Street.

Man accused of simple assault: Bridgeville police said they charged 45-year-old Rich Abel with simple assault on June 10.

DUI arrest: Branden Jones, 25, of Carnegie, was arrested for drunken driving after a traffic stop on Washington Avenue in the early hours of June 2, Bridgeville police said.

DUI charge: Nicole Kanish, 31, of Bridgeville, was charged with drunken driving on June 22 after borough police said she crashed her car on Mill Street while texting.

Fight leads to disorderly charge: Christian Mugrage, 20, of Bridgeville, was charged with disorderly conduct on June 11 after borough police said they found him in possession of a small amount of marijuana following a fight between several men in the 400 block of Railroad Street.

Hit and run rash: Bridgeville police said a New Jersey man left the scene of a car accident along Washington Avenue on June 18. Police said they charged Timothy Malloy, 46, of Haddonfield, NJ, with drunken driving, leaving the scene of an accident, driving on a suspended license and several traffic citations.

Road rage ends with arrest: Frank Naples, 64, of Bethel Park, was charged with simple assault following a road rage incident in the 100 block of Washington Avenue on June 21, Bridgeville police said.

 

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daburg June 29, 2012 at 08:41 PM
Its funny how the police do all this work and no one notices.

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