New Castle News


October 17, 2013

Woman accused of endangerment

NEW CASTLE — A woman faces charges of endangering her children after she allegedly left them alone in a vehicle.

Union Township police charged Constance Perrotta, 30, of 421 W. Neshannock Ave. after an alleged incident at Westgate Plaza Sunday.

Officers said they had received a report of children left alone in a vehicle in the parking lot. Police said they found two girls, ages 5 and 8, in a locked vehicle.

According to officers, they found Perrotta shopping in a store.

She is facing two counts each of endangering the welfare of children and disorderly conduct.

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