Verona Man Accused of Stealing from Cars in Oakmont

Here are the Oakmont police reports for May 2 to May 8.

have arrested a Verona man in connection with thefts from motor vehicles.

Mark Anthony Cahill, 48, will be charged with theft from a motor vehicle, loitering and prowling at night, and theft.

On Thursday, May 10, police responded to Fifth Street after a resident saw Cahill going through a vehicle, according to police Chief David DiSanti. When police arrested Cahill, he had items that had been stolen from vehicles in his posession.

Police still have some unclaimed property that was found on Cahill. If any resident suspects their car has been broken into, they're asked to call police at 412-828-3131.

The following incidents also were reported to . Information was obtain from police reports and call logs.


Oakmont police are investigating burglaries at two Allegheny River Boulevard businesses.

According to police, someone broke into and the Sweetest Lounge in the Village Square area on the boulevard. The burglaries occurred some time between Saturday, May 5 and Monday, May 7.


Matthew Scott Goodiski, 28, of New Kensington was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance, registration and certificate of title required, driving with a suspended license and a traffic violation after a May 6 incident on Hulton Road.

Criminal Mischief

A resident of the 400 block of Washington Avenue reported a broken window on May 4.

A resident of the 300 block of Porte Street reported a broken vehicle window on May 3.

A resident of the 600 block of Washington Avenue reported a theft and criminal mischief to a garden hose on May 3.

Hit and Run

A hit and run was reported on the Hulton Bridge on May 8.


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