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Bridgeville

• Following a July 12 traffic stop on Chess Street in which police found several syringes, bent/burnt spoons, empty heroin seals and a bottle of urine that could be used to pass drug tests, David Bardella, 46, of Charleroi was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, altered forged or counterfeit documents and several traffic violations.

• After a resident reported July 20 that the odor of burning marijuana was coming from an apartment on Bank Street Extension, police charged Janet Gruda, 49, of Bridgeville with disorderly conduct.

• Juan Moyer, 49, of Bridgeville was charged July 21 with theft of a motor vehicle after a woman reported it as stolen because a family member had taken it without her permission.

Carnegie

• Stephanie Topjian, 28, of Carnegie was charged July 22 with retail theft at the CVS drugstore on Chestnut Street for attempting to steal $148.76 worth of make-up.

• Monique R. Neely, 23, of Bridgeville, was charged July 21 with retail theft after she tried to steal a $24.60 bottle of rum from the Wine and Spirits Store, East Mall Plaza.

• Season Acel, 35, of Carnegie, was charged Saturday with public drunkenness on Station Street.

• Jennifer Hammond, 39, of Carnegie, was charged July 23 with defiant trespass, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct at the Governor's House apartments on Washington Avenue.

In the same incident, Thomas Lopez, 49, of Carnegie, was charged with maintaining a disorderly location.

• Lavita Johnson, 24, and Timeia Thompson, 21, both of Carnegie, were charged July 21 with disorderly conduct for fighting in the Carnegie Towers parking lot.

• After he fought with the manager July 21 at the Wine & Spirits Store, East Mall Plaza, William Jordan III, 29, of Carnegie, was charged with disorderly conduct.

• Following a July 20 incident on the third floor of Carnegie Towers, Florence Huston, 20, and Shameeka Norris, 21, both of Carnegie, were charged with disorderly conduct.

Collier

• Following an accident last Thursday on Noblestown Road Extension, Maureen Dwyer, 31, of Peters was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

• Traci Werner, 28, of Carnegie was charged July 23 with retail theft, public drunkenness and possession of drugs after she was caught stealing $57.39 worth of cosmetics at Kmart, Chartiers Valley Shopping Center.

Crafton

• Tony Clark, 46, of Sheraden was charged July 22 with failing to obey traffic control signals, careless driving and driving under the influence of alcohol on East Steuben Street.

• Claude Kunkel, 22, of Northside was charged July 19 with driving under the influence of alcohol on West Steuben Street.

• Anna Kerin, 55, of Elliott was charged July 18 with driving under the influence of alcohol and careless driving in the Crafton Ingram Shopping Center.

• James Fauth, 39, of Carnegie was charged July 18 with theft, receiving stolen property, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after he made nine fraudulent transactions totaling more than $1,000 at Advanced Auto Parts while he was employed there.

Findlay

• Michelle Lea Dugas, 38, of Aliquippa was charged July 21 with driving under the influence of alcohol on I-376.

Kennedy

• Jerome Wilkins, 22, of Northside, Jimmal Bennett-Lunsford, 19, of Coraopolis and James Brown of Braddock were charged July 17 with harassment after a guest at Motel 6 complained they were knocking on his door.

• James Jones, 41, of Stowe was charged July 22 with assault after he became combative with emergency room personnel at Ohio Valley General Hospital.

His son, Gage, 22, was charged with disorderly conduct in the same incident.

Scott

• District judge Gary Zyra has withdrawn simple assault charges against Cijo J. Kundukulangara, 30, of Scott, who was charged Dec. 10, 2011, with simple assault as a result of domestic dispute at the Carriage Park Apartments, Greentree Road.

• Carlo Williams, 22, of Scott, and Ronald Kimmel, 51, of Aliquippa were charged July 25 with public drunkenness after they created a disturbance on Greenbriar Drive.

Mr. Williams, 22, was charged the following day with indirect criminal contempt for violation of an emergency protection from abuse order that was issued while he was lodged on the preceding charge. Upon his release, he went to the residence where he had been banned and was banging on the door.

Police placed him in custody and took him to Allegheny County Jail.

• Robert Parker, 43, of Bridgeville, and Susanne Goolsby, 36, and Lori Blatz, 41, both of Carnegie, were charged Sunday with possession of narcotics after a traffic stop on Washington Avenue. Marijuana was found on the females and suspected cocaine was found on Mr. Parker.

• Maurice Hayes, 31, of Homestead was charged July 25 with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct on Railroad Street.

• Jacob Moore, 18, of Bridgeville was charged July 23 with disorderly conduct after he was stopped for a traffic violation on Carothers Avenue and police found a marijuana pipe in his car.

• Quentin Hutchinson, 29, of Pittsburgh, was charged July 23 with disorderly conduct and a traffic offense after he was stopped for a traffic violation on Carothers Avenue and police found a marijuana blunt in his vehicle.

• Aaron Washington, 18, of Scott was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop at Greentree and Lindsay roads. Jonathan Levy, 20, of Scott and Michael Zawilla, 19, of Collier -- both passengers in the vehicle -- were charged with underage consumption of alcohol.

• After he was found passed out on a Carothers Avenue sidewalk near Hill Street on Sunday, David Grundler, 54, of Scott was charged with public intoxication.

South Fayette

• Bjorn Carlgren, 24, and Timothy Snyder, 25, both of Pittsburgh, were charged July 19 with access device fraud, forgery, receiving stolen property and conspiracy and they broke into cars July 17 in the Maple Court area and then tried to use the stolen credit cards to purchase gift cards at Walmart in Robinson.

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