Trespassing and disorderly conduct charges against a Carnegie man accused of being at a Scott Township residence in July have been withdrawn.
Both charges against 56-year-old Gerard Romeo were withdrawn during his preliminary hearing with District Judge Gary M. Zyra on Nov. 29.
Scott Township police arrested Romeo in the early hours of July 30 after they said he was trespassing on a Segar Road residence. They did not elaborate on what he was doing at the residence.
It was not clear why the charges were withdrawn.
District Judge Gary M. Zyra – 11/29
Charges held for court
- A charge of bad checks against Crystal E. Vought, 32, of Cecil Township, was held for court. Vought was charged in Scott Township by police on July 26.
- A charge of bad checks against Casey Miller of Heidelberg was held for court. Miller was charged in Heidelberg by police on Aug. 2.
Charges waived to court
- Charges of drunken driving, driving on a suspended license and accident involving damage against Larry R. Brewer, 49, of Scott, were waived to court. A resisting arrest charge was withdrawn. Scott Township police arrested Brewer on Nov. 12.
- Charges of driving under the influence of a controlled substance and carless driving against Alexander Norelli, 18, of Scott, were waived to court. Scott Township police charged Norelli on Oct. 4.
District Judge Maureen McGraw-Desmet – 12/3
Charge held for court
- Charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia against Adam Davin, 26, of Cecil Township, were held for court. South Fayette police charged Davin on Sept. 18.