St. Clair Township Police
A manager at Italo’s Pizza in Glenmoor reported someone attempted to break into the business. She found pins on the door halfway out and the door pried.
Officers responded to Echo Dell Mobile Home Park for a dispute between a homeowner and a Beaver Local school bus driver over a loading zone for students being in the owner’s driveway. A school bus official arrived and was able to relocate the loading zone 50 yards away from the driveway which satisfied everyone, according to reports.
Monica Pusateri, Strader Drive, reported her mailbox damaged.
Jody and Carl Collins, Cornell Street, reported people living in the woods and someone trying to break into their garage.
Officers were called to a Smith Street residence for a female trying to harm herself. They spoke with the female, who was transported by North Star Critical Care ambulance to the hospital for evaluation.
James Craig, no address listed, went to the police station to report a breaking and entering.
Patricia Wolfe, Birch Road, reported her daughter asked for a ride to the hospital and she picked up her daughter, her husband and their daughter to bring them to her home for showers prior to going to the hospital. The son-in-law reportedly got on the phone, trying to make a drug transaction, and Wolfe told him they had an appointment for rehab and he needed to go with his family. She told officers he shoved her against the wall and struck her repeatedly and that she tried to call police but couldn’t hear on the phone so hung up.
Officers were called about a man in the restroom at Sheetz for a long period, failing to respond to anyone. They arrived to find two men walking away from Sheetz into the next business parking lot and a driver for Tri-State Cab who said he had taken the man in question and others to an adult establishment in West Virginia but the man, later identified as Mark Bruell, no age or address listed, was passed out so his friends advised the driver to take him back to the motel in Calcutta. Bruell asked to be taken to Sheetz to get money from the ATM, but once there, bolted from the cab to keep from paying his fare, according to reports. Officers took him to the motel, where a friend paid Bruell’s fare. He was advised he would be arrested if officers had to return.
Jonathan J. Brletich, 29, West Street, Wellsville, was charged with theft after admitting making three fraudulent refunds while working at Advanced Auto Parts on St. Clair Avenue, where he also admitted taking cash from the register on five different occasions, for a total of $730.43 for all the alleged incidents. According to his statement to police, Brletich needed the money for food and rent.