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Oakmont Police Reports: Drug Charges, Assault, Criminal Mischief

Here are the Oakmont police reports for Nov. 7 to Nov. 26.

The following incidents were reported to the Oakmont Police Department. Information was obtained from call logs and police reports.

Drug charges

Julian Robert Garner, 22, of Oakmont was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of a controlled substance and five counts of prohibited acts after a Nov. 15 incident on Hulton Road.

A Verona juvenile faces drug charges after a Nov. 16 incident on the 600 block of Allegheny River Boulevard.

Assault

Raymond Edward Dwyer III, 22, of Penn Hills was charged with simple assault, harassment and defiant trespass after a Nov. 10 incident on Potomac Avenue.

Carla Marie Costa, 34, of Oakmont was charged with aggravated assault after a Nov. 12 incident.

Disorderly conduct

Christopher James Lapinski, 44, and Sharon Lee Black, 43, of Oakmont were charged with disorderly conduct after a Nov. 13 incident on Fourth Street.

Theft

Two vehicles were broken into on the 300 block of Washington Avenue on Nov. 24.

An Allegheny Avenue resident reported the theft of $150 on Nov. 15.

A Delaware Avenue resident reported the theft of jewelry and gift cards on Nov. 8.

Criminal mischief

Residents on Oakglen and Eaton drives reported their homes were egged on Nov. 23.

The rear driver's side window of a vehicle was reported broken on the 600 block of Allegheny River Boulevard on Nov. 18.


Dog bite

A woman reported being bitten by a dog on the 300 block of Beech Street on Nov. 21.

Hit and run

A hit and run was reported at the Carnivores parking lot along Allegheny Avenue on Nov. 25.

A hit and run was reported on Allegheny River Boulevard at College Avenue on Nov. 20.

A hit and run was reported on Allegheny River Boulevard and Washington Avenue on Nov. 10.

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