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Two accused of landlord/tenant scheme
Two people are facing charges in connection with the alleged theft of money while professing to be landlord and tenant. John Francis Gwin II, 30, of 424 E. Edgewood Ave., faces 13 counts of conspiracy to commit theft, and Diane L. Vandergriff, 56, of the same address, faces five counts.
Man charged in deadly accident
A New Bedford man has been charged with homicide by vehicle in the death of an Ohio woman. Stanley O. Shiderly, 62, of 760 Route 208 has been charged by North Beaver Township police after an accident that killed Judith Heaven, 68, of New Middletown, Ohio.
Edinburg man facing additional charges
An Edinburg man is facing additional charges in connection with a November incident. State police filed child endangerment-related charges Friday against Carl Richard Antoniazzi, 31, of 248 Harbor Village Drive in connection with the Nov. 2 incident police said occurred at a Scott Township home.
Two honored for life-saving actions
A Neshannock Township policeman and a passer-by were recognized this week for their heroic efforts. Officer Shawn Hill and Mike DiMuccio were given proclamations signed by the Neshannock supervisors, acknowledging they had risked their lives to rescue a young township resident.
Woman faces drug charges after stop
A New Castle woman was jailed following an arrest on drug and other charges in Pulaski Township. Dawn Marie Wallace, 32, of 504 E. Reynolds St. was stopped by Pulaski Township police for traffic violations on Route 422 shortly before 11 p.m. Feb. 15, and that led to multiple charges against her.
Two face drug charges in Shenango raid
Two Shenango Township residents have been arrested after a police search of their home yielded marijuana and cash. Police arrested James Robert Trott, 25, and Delaney K. Lizanich, 23, both of 1223 Savannah Road.
Police take drugs, gun, cars on federal warrant
A federal search warrant resulted in police finding heroin and pills. New Castle police arrested Codi Michael Sharp, 23, of 10 S. Cedar St. in the raid on his home and vehicles there around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Misunderstanding prompted campus lockdown
A student running to get to class on time inadvertently triggered a campus lockdown Wednesday. Union Township police said Thursday the young man told officers he had gotten off the bus at Walmart and headed for the Butler County Community College.
Firetruck in accident
A city firetruck responding to a call slid on ice and struck another vehicle Feb. 10. According to New Castle police, fireman Craig Wethli, 43, was responding with lights and siren to a call when he slid on ice while turning left from Swansea onto Liberty Street.
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