St. Clair Township Police Report for 5-14
A female, not identified in reports, stopped at the police department May 12 to report she had been accused of hitting a vehicle.
Officers responded May 10 to a call in reference to a property dispute at the dead end of Moore Road.
While on patrol May 10, an officer stopped a vehicle in the Dunham’s Plaza that was found to have expired plates. The driver, not identified in reports, was cited for driving under suspension and fictitious plates.
Shawn Muscari, Keil Street, reported May 10 it appeared as if forced entry had been made into the residence. Officers arrived, searched the home and processed the scene as a burglary.
Douglas E. Gill, Duke Road, reported May 9 of harassment by a neighbor and that it had been ongoing for six months. Officers advised Gill on how to contact the Law Director should he wish to pursue charges.
Robert Griffin, Fifth Street, reported May 9 fraudulent activity on his bank debit card with charges being made against his checking account. The bank card has been canceled. A police report was requested by Griffin to pursue the matter with the bank.
Cheryl A. Bredeck, Maple Lane, reported May 8 a vehicle, described in the report as a 1994 Ford, was stolen from her front yard.
Officers were dispatched May 8 to Cannon Mills Road, between Sprucevale and Bell School roads, for a reported traffic accident. However, upon arriving, it was found that both front wheels had fallen off a red Jeep. It was reported that a recent repair was made and the front axle of the vehicle was not installed, causing the wheels to separate from the bearings. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
A business owner reported to officers May 5 that a male subject took items from the business property, which was not named in the report.
George B. Mort, no address, reported May 5 he was walking along state Route 170 when an occupant of a passing vehicle hurled a milk shake at him, striking him in the back. There were no witnesses, and neither the license plate number nor a description of the vehicle was available. According to the report, “the back of Mort indicates that the milk shake was vanilla.”
Catherine Williams, Grimms Bridge Road, reported May 5 her neighbors are using her home’s driveway as a turn around area. She stated the neighbors had been previously asked not to do this by the homeowner and police, and they had received two warning letters from the prosecutor. She was advised on how to contact the Law Director to pursue possible charges.
Angela Lisk, Rainbow Lane, reported May 4 of harassing text messages on her cellular phone, taking place the last few months.
While on patrol May 5, officers stopped a white Honda on a traffic violation along Dresden Avenue. The driver, Crystal M. Noakes, no address, was cited with driving under suspension, but also charged with obstructing justice, after, according to police, it was determined she was concealing the identity of the front seat passenger, Keith A. Dishler, no address. It was discovered that Dishler, who according to police, also gave false and misleading information, had a warrant out for his arrest. He was charged with falsification and also possession of drug abuse instruments after a “rig,” or needle commonly used to inject heroin, was found in his jacket pocket. A third occupant of the vehicle, Marcus J. Jarvis, no address, was seated in the left rear passenger seat. He was wanted on a warrant out of Carroll County, and it also was discovered he was in possession of a “rig,” hidden in his boxers. Jarvis was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments.