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Three Teens Charged with Drug Possession at Panhandle Trail

Three teenagers face drug possession charges after Collier Township police found them in a car at the Panhandle Trail parking lot earlier this month. Read about that and other crime news in the weekly Collier Township police blotter.

Three teenagers face drug possession charges after Collier Township police officers said they found them in a car at the Panhandle Trail parking lot earlier this month.

Police said they noticed the car in the parking lot around 10 p.m. on Feb. 4 and investigated because there were people in the car moving around and trying to conceal something.

Police said they charged Cody Bean, 19, of Rosslyn Farms with possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and receiving stolen property. Police said he was wearing a ring that belonged to his mother, which she reported was stolen.

Police also said they charged Raymond Drozak, 19, of Scott Township, and William Numer, 18, of Crafton, with drug possession. Numer also faces charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

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Collier Township

Purse stolen at Kmart: Collier Township said a purse was stolen from a woman’s shopping cart while she shopped at Kmart on Feb. 6. Police said the purse contained a cell phone and various miscellaneous items.

Purse stolen from LA Fitness locker: A purse was stolen from an unsecured locker at LA Fitness on Feb. 9, Collier Township police said. The purse contained a wallet, cash, driver’s license and a credit card, which the thief attempted to immediately use at Walmart, police said.

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Jaun February 14, 2013 at 05:26 PM
DOES ANY ONE WHO GOES TO LA FITNESS PUT THEIR BELONGINGS IN A SECURED LOCKER? WHOS MORE STUPID? THE PERSON PUTTING WALLET ,CELL PHONE, PURSE AND CREDIT CARDS INTO A LOCKER WITH NO LOCK OR THE PERSON TAKING YOUR STUFF WHOS WILLING TO GO TO JAIL OVER YOUR VALUABLES.THEFT AT LA FITNESS RANKS JUST BELOW WALMART.
Patti February 15, 2013 at 05:44 PM
I agree! In no way do I condone stealing, but I will say that the $5 I spent on a combination lock is but a small price to pay to avoid all this hassle! My favorite part is how Channel 11 interviewed a member who said that she would be "playing it safe" from now on by "leaving her things in her car." Is there some kind of "lock phobia" going on here that I'm missing? So now thanks to an idiot who is advertising that she keeps her valuables locked in her car while she is at the gym, I guess the rest of us members now have to worry about the potential of having our cars broken into. Again, I feel strongly that stealing is wrong and that what happened is ultimately the thief's fault, but the people who leave their valuables in unsecured lockers, along with the ones who feel the need to broadcast (no pun intended!) to the general public that their valuables are in their cars while they're at the gym, need to take some personal responsibility for themselves as well.
same old story February 15, 2013 at 07:46 PM
PICTURES OF THESE CLOWNS. EMBARRASS THE FAMILY. PUBLIC HUMULATION
Patti February 18, 2013 at 04:56 PM
I was at the gym this morning (I belong to the same gym), and I opened 5 lockers with stuff in them until I found an empty one. After what happened and people still don't get it?? Seems to me that if you can afford a monthly gym membership, surely you can afford a $5 lock!

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