POLICE REPORTS

August 5, 2020 Cranberry Local News


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State Police, Butler

Friday — Police obtained a felony arrest warrant for a Beaver County man accused of stealing a woman's car from Red Brush Road in Cherry Township. The car, which was reported stolen July 3, was found July 5 in Boardman, Ohio. The suspect, Dustin L. Stoner, 25, of Rochester, is charged with a felony count of theft.

Stoner also is charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle, a misdemeanor.

4:15 p.m. July 29 — Christopher D. Gaiser, 37, of Prospect, was not injured after he laid down his Kawasaki motorcycle on Eagle Mill Road in Connoquenessing Township. Police said he fled the scene of the crash. He was wearing a helmet.

Gaiser was cited for failing to immediately notify police of an accident, driving on the wrong side of the road and driving a vehicle without valid inspection.

6 p.m. July 28 — No one was injured when a sport utility vehicle driven by Gary T. Young, 30, of Harmony, struck a car on Route 68 just north of Main Street in Connoquenessing Township. Martha E. Shoop, 57, of Zelienople, was the other driver. Police cited Young for following too closely to another vehicle.

8:45 p.m. July 25 — Larry A. Hepfl, 63, of Renfrew, suffered apparent minor injuries after he lost control of his Harley-Davidson motorcycle and traveled into a yard on Eagle Mill Road in Connoquenessing Township. He was not wearing a helmet.

11:45 p.m. July 26 — A car struck a utility pole that had been knocked down from a prior crash on Brownsdale Road near Reibold Road in Forward Township. The crash damaged the car's windshield. Police did not release the name of the driver, who was not injured.

9:08 a.m. July 18 — Linda S. Berry, 68, of Chicora was injured when the SUV she was driving struck a car at Route 8 and South Benbrook Road in Center Township. She was taken to Butler Memorial Hospital with apparent minor injuries. Jonathan M. Bost, 39, of Mars was the other driver. Police cited Berry for a red light violation.

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