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St. Clair Township Police Reports for 1-25

January 25, 2013
Morning Journal News

Called to Walmart for a fight, officers arrested Gene Wright, 29, for obstructing official business when he reportedly kept trying to interfere in their investigation. Serena A. Jacobs, 20, was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments after syringes were reportedly found in her purse. The report included no addresses for the two suspects.

Officers charged three people with theft after Walmart called to report they took a 47-inch television from the store and fled in a vehicle. With assistance from other departments, officers located the vehicle and charged Angelo Luckino, 42, Casey R. Carter, 20 and Michael J. Stacey, 32. The TV was recovered.

Officers responded to Duke Road for a woman who said her boyfriend broke her arm. There, Heidi Potts said she and her boyfriend were in a verbal argument but she declined to discuss any injury to her arm and refused to press charges.

A food stamp card was reported stolen from a Echo Dell Road residence.

Employees of a doctor's office in Calcutta reported a patient had mentioned he planned on bringing a gun with him to his appointment. No other details were reported.

Officers responded to Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road for a report of child abuse, which is under investigation.

Ronald Aughinbaugh, Rodaman Drive, reported a newspaper carrier was making a lot of noise and cursing while dropping the paper at 5:20 a.m., saying this has happened many times. Officers contacted the newspaper but had not spoken with the carrier at the time of this report.

A resident of state Route 267 reported personal items thrown into a garage with some broken and other items missing.

Brianne M. Flaherty, no address listed, reported a person she knows entered her home and took her laptop computer while she was away. She was advised to contact the law director about filing charges.

A mail carrier found assorted road and park signs from the Beaver Creek State Park area over the hillside at a lookout. He took the signs to the police department.

Items were reported missing from a Cannon's Mill Road home, which is under investigation.

Luke Morris, no address listed, reported being followed by a BMW through Calcutta. At a stop sign, someone inside the vehicle threw a rock, breaking his window. His passenger identified the driver, and he was advised to contact the law director to file charges.

Responding to an emergency alarm at Summit Drive Apartments, officers were advised by a neighbor there had been a sound like someone falling. They had to push in the door to enter and found the resident lying on the hallway floor. He said he had crawled to the bathroom to activate the alarm. Officers helped him to his walker and he walked on his own to a chair.

Damage was reported to a mailbox and flower planter on Long John Silver property in Calcutta.



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