Oakmont Police Reports: Sept. 24 to Oct. 1

Incidents reported to Oakmont police.

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


A Verona resident reported to was robbed at the First Niagara Bank on Allegheny Avenue. The incident occurred at 1:30 a.m. on Oct. 2.

Oakmont police Chief David DiSanti said said surveillance tapes showed two men wearing hoods, and police are continuing to thoroughly investigate the matter. DiSanti said he believes the matter is an isolated incident.


DiSanti said a tractor trailer struck a support beam on the Hulton Bridge around 4 p.m. on Oct. 6. The bridge was shut down for a period of time, and the bridge and truck were inspected. Luckily, DiSanti said, the bridge has been and will continue to do so until Oct. 14. Charges might be filed.


A Second Street resident reported theft of medication on Oct. 3.

A GPS was reported stolen from a vehicle on Edgewood Avenue on Sept. 29.

A Delaware Avenue resident reported theft of medication on Sept. 27.

A Sixth Street resident reported the theft of an access card on Sept. 26.

Tools were reported stolen from a truck on California Avenue on Sept. 24.

Theft of money from a Rite Aid employee was reported on Sept. 24.

Public Drunkeness

Mark J. Cochran, 45, of Oakmont, was charged with public drunkeness after a Sept. 24 incident at the intersection of Fifth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue.


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