Friday, May 17, 2013
Here are the Oakmont police reports for May 1 to 13.
A Penn Hills man has been charged with forgery after being accused of trying to get a fake prescription filled at an Oakmont pharmacy. Oakmont police charged Ronell S. Gray, 25, of Penn Hills with forgery, possession of a controlled substance and prohibited acts. He is accused of trying to fill a fake prescription at the Medicine Shoppe in Oakmont in April. The following incidents also were reported to the Oakmont Police Department: Gun Teens recovered a rusted handgun in a sock at a creek in Dark Hollow Park on May 11. Criminal Mischief A Sixth Street resident reported his vehicle was vandalized on May 11. A Woodland Avenue resident reported that a garage door was tampered with on May 9. The light that illuminated the American flag at …
Friday, May 3, 2013
Here are the Oakmont police reports for April 16 to 30.
The following incidents were reported to the Oakmont Police Department. Information was obtained from call logs and police reports. Burglary A Hulton Road resident reported a burglary on April 20. A Sixth Street resident reported a burglary on April 27. Theft A Jefferson Hills man was accused of stealing a plastic rooster ornament from What's Cookin' at Casey's. The restaurant owners did not press charges. A Fifth Street resident reported his son's backpack went missing on April 18. A theft from a vehicle was reported at the Walgreens along Allegheny River Boulevard on April 28. Mischief A police car was hit by a piece of bark thrown by a juvenile male on the 600 block of Fifth Street on April 16. Dog Bite A College Avenue resident …
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Here are the Plum police reports for April 16 to April 23.
A Plum residents reported several heavy items stolen from a shed last week. Plum police were called to Logans Ferry Road on April 15 for a theft report. According to police, someone cut the lock to a shed door and stole three pieces of equipment—a hand lift, an earth mover blade and a landscaping rake. The theft occurred between April 12 and 15. The following incidents also were reported to the Plum Police Department. Information was obtained from police reports. Fraud Police are investigating a case of possible fraud. According to police, a patient of Prime Care Internal Medicine in Plum allegedly tried to change a prescription for Celxa to Xanax and attempted to get it filled at the Medicine Shoppe in Oakmont on April 18. No charges have…
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Here are the Plum police reports for April 2 to April 8.
A Plum resident's stolen jewelry was found at a nearby coin shop. According to Plum police, a Kane Road resident reported on March 25 that $1,625 worth of jewelry had been stolen from her jewelry box. Police recovered all the items at Pat and BJ Coins on Route 286 in Monroeville—right at the Plum border. Officers are investigating the theft to determine who sold the jewelry. The following incidents also were reported to Plum police: Assault DUI Criminal Mischief Theft ___________________ Plum-Oakmont Patch is on Facebook and on Twitter. Don't forget to sign up for our daily email newsletter by clicking here.
Friday, April 5, 2013
Several cars in Oakmont were egged and keyed within the last week.
Several residents were the victims of criminal mischief in Oakmont within the last week. Oakmont police received many complaints of egged and keyed cars throughout the borough, as well as reports of a broken business window and a damaged street sign. On March 29, a Pennsylvania Avenue resident reported that someone had keyed their car. The same happened to an Elm Way resident on March 30. On March 31, police noticed a borough street sign at the Maryland Avenue/Fourth Street intersection had been moved and damaged. On April 1, four cars on Crystal Drive, three cars on Porte Street, two cars on Fourth Street, one car on Fifth Street and 1 car on Virginia Avenue were egged. A broken window also was reported at Style Envy on Allegheny River …
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Here's a look at the Plum police reports for March 26 to April 2.
The following incidents were reported to the Plum Police Department. Information was obtained from call logs and police reports. Drugs Antoinette Guastaferro, 43, of Penn Hills was charged with prohibited acts, driving with a suspended license and speeding after a March 8 incident on Unity Center Road. DUI Andrew Jeffrey Roberts, 29, of Plum was charged with careless driving and two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance after a March 16 accident on Frankstown Road. Criminal Mischief A Kellywood Manor resident reported that someone poured paint thinner on his vehicle on March 27. Fire The inside of a vehicle parked on Davidson Road caught fire on March 21. Officials believe it to have been an electrical …
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Here's a look at the Plum police reports for March 12 to 19.
The following incidents were reported to the Plum Police Department. Information was obtained from police reports and call logs. Prohibited Acts Christian Joseph Botta, 18, of Plum was charged with prohibited acts, underage drinking and two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance after a March 2 incident on Kathy Lynn Drive. Darrell James Smith, 23, of Kittanning was charged with two counts of prohibited acts after a March 8 incident on Center Road. Harassment Arthur Edwin Day III, 38, of Murrysville was charged with terroristic threats and harassment after a Feb. 16 incident on Holiday Park Drive. Criminal Mischief A Renton Road resident reported that someone slashed four trailer tires between Feb. 28 …
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Six teenagers from the Oakmont-Verona area broke into Tenth Street School last month.
Six teenagers from Oakmont and Verona are facing charges in juvenile court after being accused of breaking into Tenth Street Elementary School in the middle of the night. According to Oakmont police Chief David DiSanti, the six juveniles—ages 14 to 17—broke into the school between 1 and 4 a.m. on Feb. 16. After conducting an extensive investigation, all students involved were charged last week. DiSanti said the juveniles—all are students at Riverview High School—entered the school, damaged a curtain in the auditorium and stole several items. The stolen items have been recovered. The teens will face burglary, theft and criminal mischief charges. "When kids get in trouble, the juvenile court and police work together to try to help the kids…
Friday, February 15, 2013
Here's a look at the Oakmont police reports from Jan. 30 to Feb. 12.
The following incidents were reported to the Oakmont Police Department. Information was obtained from police reports and call logs. Burglary A burglary was reported on the 1000 block of Hulton Road on Feb. 7. Prohibited Acts Jessica Deborah Devita, 26, of Verona was charged with speeding, display of registration plate and two counts of prohibited acts on Feb. 6. Fraud A Fifth Street resident reported fraudulent activity on two credit cards on Feb. 12. The investigation was turned over to county police. Forged Documents Vincent Paul Tranchina Jr.,48, of Natrona Heights was charged with registration and certificate of title required; unauthorized transfer or use of registration; driving with a suspended license; required financial …
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Here are the Plum police reports for Feb. 4 to Feb. 11.
The following incidents were reported to the Plum Police Department. Information was obtained from police reports and call logs. Assault Julie Lynn Kernick, 34, of Apollo was charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct after a Feb. 4 incident on Saltsburg Road. Nicole Marie Petro, 33, of Plum was charged with simple assault and harassment after a Feb. 6 incident on Ligonier Lane. DUI Michelle L. Kopsahilis, 44, of Monroeville was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance after a Dec. 19 incident on Route 909. Criminal Mischief Troyan Joseph Wilkins, 20, of Baden was charged with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct after a Jan. 11 incident on Ozark Drive. _______________________ Plum-Oakmont …