Police

SHENANGO TOWNSHIP

•Burglary. Someone broke into the apartment of a 26-year-old Kittery Ridge Drive woman between Jan. 4 and Saturday and removed five gold diamond rings, a gold bracelet and cash.

•Burglary. Someone broke into the apartment of an 85-year-old Kittery Ridge Drive man between Dec. 1 and Dec. 15 and removed an unreported amount of cash.

•Hit-and-run. A vehicle struck the mailbox of a 41-year-old Old Princeton Road woman during the afternoon of Jan. 7 and fled the scene.

•Hit-and-run. Police found a pickup stuck in the median of the Route 422 bypass at 3 a.m. Wednesday. The vehicle apparently had slid off the road and sustained minor damage. The operator, identified as Thomas Anthony Joseph, 29, of 1109 Roosevelt St., had left the scene. Police filed a charge yesterday of leaving a damaged vehicle unattended, a summary offense, with District Judge David B. Rishel.

•Accident. Aaron Michael Moore, 24, of Warren, Ohio, was eastbound on the Route 422 bypass around 7 a.m. Saturday when he lost control of his Chevrolet S-10 after hitting an icy patch near the Pennsylvania Avenue overpass. The pickup left the road, spun in the median and came to rest facing south. Moore was not injured. His vehicle sustained no visible damage but was towed back onto the road.

•Accident. Steven Jones, 27, of 386 Mount Hermon Church Road was attempting to pass a truck about 3:24 p.m. Tuesday in the westbound lanes of the Route 422 bypass when he lost control of his vehicle between the New Butler Road and East Washington Street interchanges. The vehicle struck a road sign, sustaining moderate damage. Jones was not injured.

•Accident. Charles Gaida, 87, of New Wilmington was eastbound on Route 422 about 2 p.m. Wednesday when he attempted to make a left turn onto Route 388. Police said he turned into the path of a westbound vehicle operated by Greg Alan Kammerdeiner, 59, of Butler, and the vehicles collided. Neither driver was injured. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.

•Theft. Someone took a purse from an unlocked Dodge Neon belonging to a 26-year-old Highland Avenue woman while it was parked in the Giant Eagle lot on Butler Road between 11:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Monday. Contents of the purse included Social Security cards, a department store credit card, birth certificates for the victim’s children and her Pennsylvania Access Card.

•Theft. Marshall Thomas Abraham, 46, of Smith Lane was charged after allegedly failing to return a 3,800-watt Honda generator he rented Oct. 25 from T&M Hardware in Lawrence Village Plaza. Police said Abraham used a credit card to pay for rental through Dec. 20 but has not returned the generator. He has made some partial payments. Store officials told police Abraham refuses to return their phone calls as well. Police filed a charge of theft of leased property against Abraham with District Judge David B. Rishel.

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• Harassment. A resident of McConahy Road in Plain Grove Township reports being harassed and threatened via text messages and voice mails.

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