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After residents complained about seeing a man in a wooded area along the railroad tracks in the vicinity of Station Street, K-9 dog Addo tracked Randy Michael Thompson. The 41-year-old homeless man was charged last Thursday with disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and failure to comply with registration of sexual offender requirements.
Daniel Morgan, 34, of Lawrence, Washington County, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct after he was accused of yelling profanities in the Bank Street Extension parking lot.
Michael Cinkan, 28, of Bridgeville, was charged Friday with public drunkenness after. police said, he refused to leave the Owl's Club on Baldwin Street following an argument.
Following a 10-day investigation, Carnegie, Findlay and Allegheny County police arrested Lenard Berton II, 21, of Findlay, and charged him with assaulting two 15-year-old girls between Aug. 17 and Sept. 1 in Carnegie, Collier and Findlay.
The Carnegie charges are four counts each of rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, sexual assault and indecent assault, as well as five counts each of statutory sexual assault and aggravated indecent assault, and one count of corruption of a minor.
Patrick McCallister, 61, who is homeless, was charged Saturday with impersonating a public official, receiving stolen property, providing false identification to police, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness at Duran's Bar on Main Street. McCallister, who police said had a stolen wallet in his possession, was accused of purporting to be the police chief.
Matthew D. Sylvester, 19, of Zelienople, Butler County, and Patrick M. Szwez, 20, of Butler County, were charged last Thursday with underage possession of alcohol at Carnegie Towers.
Fred Scarfone, 74, of Carnegie, was charged Sept. 10 with public drunkenness on Third Street.
After an officer noticed a car with an expired registration sticker at Collier Town Square, Brian Hennings, 27, of Scott, was charged Sept. 7 with driving under the influence of alcohol.
Between Sept. 10-13, a Sharp 15-inch LCD television worth $1,000 was stolen from a patio on Cambridge Drive.
Approximately $3,000 worth of tools were stolen between Sept. 8 and 10 from an unlocked van parked on Oregon Avenue.
After receiving a complaint that a resident was threatened with a gun, harassment charges were filed Friday against Jeffrey Stein, 42; Denise McKee, 51; and Beth Ann Zack, 35, all of Crafton.
Charles Baux, 30, of Pittsburgh, was charged Friday with driving under the influence of alcohol on Baldwick Road.
Thieves entered unlocked cars over the weekend and stole CDs, loose change, wallets and purses, some of which contained credit and debit cards that were used at all-night grocery or convenience stores.
A black male in a red van pumped $37 worth of gasoline Sept. 11 then drove away without paying at the 7-Eleven on Ingram Avenue. The vehicle turned left on West Prospect Avenue towards Berry Street.
A Middletown Road resident complained Sept. 11 that individuals in a white car fired 4-5 shots at the front of his home and shattered the front door glass. The vehicle was heading towards Steuben Street.
The Pennsylvania American Water Co. reported the theft of approximately $1,000 in steel pipe from their storage facility near Middletown Road Sept. 10 .
Dennis Cirrincione, 37, of Ingram, was charged Sept. 7 with simple assault, reckless endangerment and terroristic threats after an incident at a home on Sampson Avenue.
Danielle DiMichele, 29, of Kennedy, was charged Sept. 12 with theft, receiving stolen property, identify theft and criminal conspiracy after she was accused of using a credit card belonging to another person.
Diane Woods, 47, of McKees Rocks, was charged Sept. 9 with driving under the influence of alcohol on Forest Grove Road.
Bruce Harris, 23, of Scott, was taken to Allegheny County Jail after police filed charges Friday of disorderly conduct, assault and resisting arrest against after he was accused of assaulting a female in a residence on Carothers Avenue.
Jason Katterson, 22, of Scott, was charged Saturday with criminal trespass, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct after he was accused of going into a home on Kismet Street looking for an ex-girlfriend.
Following a traffic accident on Robinson Run Road, Robert Cook, 48, of McDonald, Washington County, was charged Friday with driving under the influence of alcohol.
First Published September 20, 2007 5:46 am