Cash taken: A resident in the 3400 block of Thunderwood Drive told police April 24 that someone took cash from his vehicle and someone tried to take his ATV. The incident remains under investigation.
Retail theft: Police are investigating a retail theft at Rite Aid, 5100 Library Road, April 30. According to reports, video showed the incident involved a white male and white female. The incident remains under investigation.
Outstanding warrant: Tyler McIntosh, 23, of 900 Park Ave., Pittsburgh, was arrested April 24 on an outstanding warrant and resisting arrest, police said.
Two arrested: Jonathan Castello, 35,of 1006 Thornwood Drive, was arrested on April 25 and charged with simple assault and drug violations. Also arrested on drug violations was Jennifer Castello, 31, of 1006 Thornwood Drive, Pittsburgh, according to police.
Burglary reported: Jesse White of 26 White Lane, McDonald, told police his wife’s gold and diamond tennis bracelet, valued at $250, and baby monitor were missing from his house April 22. There were no signs of forced entry and the monitor was later found, police said.
Retail theft: Catherine E. Lewis, 40, of Bower Hill Road, Apt. 201, was arrested on Washington Road April 5 and charged with retail theft, police said.
Attempted burglary: Joan Motonis, 48, of 10 N. Meadowcroft, Apt. 401, was charged with attempted burglary and terroristic threats on April 7, police said.
Drug possession: Brian Becker, 28, of 650 Lindsay Road, Carnegie, was arrested on Castle Shannon Boulevard April 8 and charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
Burglary and threats: Jeffrey Heil, 45, of 1034 Grandview Avenue, Pittsburgh, was arrested April 9 on Markham Drive and charged with burglary, terroristic threats, simple assault and disorderly conduct, according to reports.
Drug charge: Police charged Kenneth Anderson, 22, of Library April 24 via summons with possession of a small amount of marijuana. Anderson was a passenger in a car that was stopped in a routine traffic stop at the intersection of Springdale and Hill Place roads, police said.
Multiple charges: Police were called to the 900 block of Church Hill Road April 25 where Angela Smith said her boyfriend, James Dagger, 37, of Library, pushed her to the ground and took her car keys. According to reports, Dagger was charged via summons with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, harassment and driving while suspended.
Retail theft: Police charged Robert Ehrhardt, 28, of Marianna, with a summary offense of retail theft stemming from an incident April 29 at the Kmart on Washington Road. According to reports, Ehrhardt took a pack of Pokemon cards valued at $14.99.
Drug charges: Police arrested Angela Modine, 34, of 711 McNary Street, Sturgeon, April 30 on drug-related charges, according to reports.
Upper St. Clair
Credit card fraud: Police are investigating several instances where township residents have been sent Chase Amazon Visa rewards cards that they did not order. Police said five incidents have been reported in the last three weeks. Police said more than 9,000 such incidents have been reported in Western Pennsylvania and Ohio in the last month.
Wire cut: Police said a hub box telephone wire at Cook School Road was slashed April 30. Damage is estimated in excess of $15,000. The incident remains under investigation.
Retail theft: On April 28, a white male in his late 30s with a scruffy beard allegedly took a Nest thermostat from Target. Value of the thermostat was not disclosed and the incident remains under investigation.