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Three Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Tires From Auto Parts Shop

Three people are accused of stealing tires and other equipment from National Tire & Battery auto repair shop on Greentree Road. Read about that and other crime news in the weekly Scott Township police blotter.

Three people were arrested this month after Scott Township police said they stole tires and other equipment from National Tire & Battery auto repair shop on Greentree Road.

Police said Devin Miller, 20, of Pittsburgh, and Ryan Pawlowski and William Godzinski, both 19 and from Scott, entered the property in the early hours of Nov. 17 and took an undisclosed number of tires from the shop.

Investigators said they charged the three men with theft, trespassing and conspiracy.

Police said Pawlowski also faces additional theft and trespassing charges because he allegedly stole a diagnostic scanner from the auto shop on Nov. 13.

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Scott Township

Police raid home: Scott Township police said they charged 22-year-old Jay Campbell with possession of controlled substances after raiding a Front Street home on Nov. 16. Police said they also charged Cory Colussy, 20, of Heidelberg, with marijuana possession during the raid.

Drug charge: Antoine Dean, 23, of Crafton, was charged with possession of marijuana following a traffic stop along Bell Avenue on Nov. 12, Scott Township police said.

DUI arrest: Larry Brewer, 46, of Scott, was charged with drunken driving and resisting arrest after township police said he struck a parked car on Greenbriar Drive and left the area on Nov. 12.

Computer stolen: Scott Township police said a laptop computer delivered by UPS to a Carothers Avenue residence was stolen on Nov. 20. Police valued the computer at $800.

Paraphernalia found: Jessica L. Allday, 30, of Scott, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia on Nov. 17, township police said.

Two face drug charges: Joshua Robison and Donald Fabic, both 23 and from Scott, were charged with disorderly conduct and marijuana possession on Nov. 16, township police said.

Disorderly conduct charge: Barbara Miller, 56, of Scott, was charged with disorderly conduct following an incident in the 600 block of Carothers Avenue on Nov. 19, township police said.

PFA violation: William Bradley, 66, of Scott, was charged with indirect criminal contempt after township police said he violated a PFA order on Nov. 17.

Public drunkenness charge: Scott Township police said they charged Janet Baker, 50, of Carnegie, with public drunkenness on Nov. 17 while at the GetGo convenience store along Washington Avenue.

Public intox charge: Scott Township police said they charged Matthew Torcia, 29, of Columbus, OH, with public drunkenness while at Kings Grant Apartments on Nov. 13.

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