New Castle News


November 1, 2012

Police: Reports for Nov. 1


•Accident. Police said Andrew J. Tabish, 18, of New Castle, apparently lost control of his Ford Ranger as he rounded a bend while eastbound on Route 108 in North Beaver Township at 1:45 p.m. Saturday. Police said the vehicle left the highway and struck a tree. No injuries were reported. Tabish was cited for failing to obey traffic controls.

•Accident. Police said Thomas E. Kaufman, 43, of Butler, was eastbound on Route 422 in Slippery Rock Township at 10 p.m. Oct. 17 when he hit a deer. No injuries were reported.

•Burglary. Police said cash was taken from a house on Bonanni Road, Plain Grove Township, between Oct. 8 and 12.


•DUI arrest. Valerie L. Watson, 26, of Woodland Hills Drive, was charged with driving under the influence and traffic violations. Police said Watson was driving erratically on Route 18 at Clen-Moore Boulevard at 11:30 p.m. Sept. 2.

•Accident. Police said Sean Corcoran of September Lane, New Wilmington, was northbound on Wilmington Road about 2:10 a.m. Sunday and apparently lost control of his vehicle. Officers said he left the road and struck a dirt mound. He was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

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