Scott Township police said three people were cited for underage drinking during a traffic stop in East Carnegie. Read about that and other crime news in the weekly Scott Township police blotter.
Scott Township police said three people were cited for underage drinking during a traffic stop in East Carnegie. Police said they stopped a car in the 200 block of Noblestown Road shortly before midnight on Jan. 4 and found the three underage occupants to be drinking. Michael Fitzhenry, 20, Andrew Lane, and Ashley Tschannen, 18, all of Pittsburgh, were issued non-traffic citations for underage drinking, police said. Like the Chartiers Valley Patch Facebook page or sign up for our Daily E-mail Newsletter Scott Township Drug charge: Byron Davis Jr., 45, of Pittsburgh, was charged with possession of a controlled substance following a traffic stop along Superior Street on Dec. 2, Scott Township police said. DUI crash: Frank Ragghianti, 66, …
A truck backing out of a parking spot at Pizza Hut apparently crashed into the building, causing some damage to the restaurant. Read about that and other crime news in the weekly Collier Township police blotter.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Mike Jones
Thursday, November 15, 2012
A truck backing out of a parking spot at Pizza Hut apparently crashed into the building, causing some damage to the structure on Nov. 11. Collier police said workers inside the pizza restaurant along Washington Pike heard a bang and noticed a large cooler holding soda bottles shake. The damaged was apparently caused by a pick-up truck’s ball hitch, although the structure is still considered safe. Witnesses said they saw a pick-up truck and sport-utility vehicle leaving the scene at the time. Collier Township Student arrested at football game: Collier Township police said they arrested a fan at last week’s WPIAL playoff football game at Chartiers Valley High School Stadium. Police said they charged Jeremy Aschman, 18, of Imperial, with …