West Police Blotter

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• Jesse M. Jula, 34, of Carnegie, was charged Sunday with simple assault following a domestic violence incident on Third Street.

• Benjamin A. Williams, 45, of Carnegie, was charged Sunday with providing false information to police and driving with a suspended license.

• Robert W. Besseck, 41, of Scott, was charged May 9 with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct on East Main Street.

• Following reports of fights and disturbances at her home, Danielle Cosentino, 35, of Carnegie, was charged with operating a disorderly location May 6 and Sunday on West Main Street. In the second incident, she also was charged with harassment.

• Kevin A. Brown, 19, and William A. Gregory, 18, both of Carnegie, were charged Sunday with harassment on West Main Street. In a separate incident May 6, Mr. Gregory was charged with disorderly conduct on Broadway Street.

• Todd T. Parrish, 45, of Carnegie, was charged Sunday with harassment on Fifth Street.


• Thomas DeRose, 53, of Baden, was charged April 30 with driving under the influence of alcohol on Thoms Run Road.

• Michael Vennari, 18, of Collier, was charged May 4 with retail theft after, police said, he concealed a pair of shorts and three T-shirts worth $58.96 under his street clothes in Kmart, Chartiers Valley Shopping Center.

• A tool box containing $250 worth of tools, a $450 power washer, a $300 lawn mower and a $55 circular saw were stolen May 5 or 6 from an unlocked garage on Sunnyside Avenue, police said.


• Tricia Altieri, of Bellevue, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol and driving the wrong way on a one-way street on West Crafton Avenue.

• Crystal Martin, 44, of Pittsburgh, was charged Friday with disorderly conduct, indecent exposure and open lewdness after, police said, she used the parking lot behind the police station as a restroom.


• Jeffrey Pointer, 46, of Findlay, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence of alcohol after, police said, he was stopped driving in the wrong lane of Potato Garden Run Road.


• Police and the borough's K-9 dog responded to a house Saturday in the 500 block of Madison Avenue for a complaint about suspected drug activity. Police said they noticed the odor of burnt marijuana at the scene and found marijuana, a grinder, glass pipes and other drug paraphernalia.

Arrested for various narcotics violations were: Patrick John Eichner, 18, of Scott; Daniel Padgelek, 22, of Scott; Sean Gregory Bass, 18, of Scott; Nathan Feldman, 20, of Collier; Kenneth Stacy, 20, of Collier; and Stephen Bushmire, 20, of Heidelberg.

• After, police said, she was speeding May 5 on Route 50, Lori Ann Opczynski, 28, of Bulger, was charged with driving under the influence of suspected alcohol and drugs and various traffic violations, including driving with suspended plates and no insurance.


• Gregory Randall, 52, of Coraopolis, was charged May 5 with defiant trespass after, police said, he harassed an employee of Giant Eagle where he previously had been charged with retail theft.

• Max Petri, 32, of Munhall, was charged with terroristic threats May 6 after, police said, he threatened staff in the Ohio Valley General Hospital emergency room.


• Aaron McAdam, 19, of Mt. Lebanon, and a 17-year-old juvenile were charged Sunday with robbery, theft and recklessly endangering another person in conjunction with the attempted robbery of three employees at Antonini's restaurant, Scott Towne Center, which had closed for the evening. Police said they found the pair walking on Greentree Road.

• Edward John Grieb, 48, of Blawnox, was charged Friday with driving under the influence of alcohol and related offenses following a traffic stop on Bell Avenue.

• Michael Coyle, 43, of Upper St. Clair, was charged Sunday with terroristic threats and driving under the influence of unknown substances after police were called to Salvini Drive for a report of a loud disturbance.

• Mikesha Adams, 29, of Carnegie, and Latoia Fordham, 27, of Scott, were charged Saturday with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the 600 block of Idlewood Avenue. Mikesha Adams also was charged with resisting arrest.

In the same incident, Charles Anthony Greer, 25, of Stowe, was charged with providing false identification to law enforcement.

South Fayette

• Frank Gorsop, 52, of South Fayette, was charged May 4 with disorderly conduct, harassment and terroristic threats after a domestic dispute in a parking lot in the 600 block of Millers Run Road. His wife, Sandra, 41, was charged by summons with disorderly conduct.


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