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Police reports

The following items have been collected from various police departments and district courts:

Adams Twp

Nov. 10 — Brenden T. Smith, 21, of Valencia, was charged with misdemeanors terroristic threats and disorderly conduct and summaries harassment and criminal mischief. Police said he punched a paper towel dispenser off a wall at his place of work and sent several threatening text messages.

Butler

Nov. 12 — Maxine J. Jacobson, 27, of Clintonville, was charged with misdemeanors evading arrest, resisting arrest and loitering, and summary public drunkenness. Police said she ran from police and resisted being taken into custody.

Nov. 11 — Joseph C. Staerk, 58, of Butler, was charged with misdemeanor terroristic threats. Police said he poured gasoline outside someone’s door.

Nov. 8 — Philip Schiedel, 56, of Butler, was charged with misdemeanor trespassing. Police said he went onto a property after being asked not to.

Butler County Detectives

Nov. 9 — Reshard D. Myles, 28, of Detroit, Mich., was charged with felony drug sales and misdemeanor use and possession of drug paraphernalia. Detectives said a search of his residence yielded 4.5 grams of crack cocaine, a digital scale and $400 in cash.

Butler Twp

Nov. 9 — John D. McDonald, 55, of Kittanning, was charged with misdemeanor accidents involving property damage. Police said he did not stop and exchange information after being rear-ended on New Castle Road.

Nov. 9 — Michael G. Zilka, 60, of Renfrew, was charged with felony and misdemeanor counts of a false written statement. Police said he answered a question inaccurately when applying to purchase a firearm at Down Range Supply.

Nov. 9 — Andrew K. Herrin, 32, of Butler, was charged with misdemeanors resisting arrest and drug possession and summary public drunkenness. Police said he was found with a small amount of suspected methamphetamine.

Nov. 8 — Justin L. Schnur, 41, of Butler, was charged with misdemeanor DUI after police stopped him Nov. 7 on Litman Road. Police said field sobriety tests showed he was impaired.

Cranberry Twp

Nov. 20 — Thomas P. Griffin, 48, of Monroeville, was charged with felony and misdemeanor theft. Police said he left Best Buy with $600 worth of merchandise without paying for it.

Nov. 9 — Brady R. Glover, 38, of Butler, was charged with felony theft and misdemeanor possession of a criminal instrument. Police said he left Lowe’s with $1,374 worth of merchandise without paying for it.

Jackson Twp

Nov. 8 — Joyce C. Berry, 74, of Zelienople, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor DUI after crashing her vehicle Oct. 29 on Rock Lake Drive. Police said field sobriety tests showed she was impaired.

State police, Butler

Nov. 17 — Christopher M. Schoeffel, 55, of Callery, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor DUI after police stopped him on Dick Road in Connoquenessing Township. Police said field sobriety tests showed he was impaired, and later breath tests showed his blood alcohol content at 0.139%. In Pennsylvania, the legal limit is 0.08%.

Nov. 16 — David C. Modrey, 38, of Somerset, was charged with felonies forgery and theft. Police said he cashed three checks that were not his.

Nov. 13 — Calvin Plummer, 39, of Pittsburgh, was charged with misdemeanors DUI and drug possession after police stopped him June 29 on Interstate 79, Jackson Township. Police said field sobriety tests showed he was impaired, and suspected crack cocaine was found in his vehicle. He was also driving on a DUI suspended license, police said.

Nov. 13 — Jonnette D. Flinn, 53, of Lower Burrell, was charged with felony and misdemeanor counts of a false written statement. Police said she answered a question inaccurately when applying to purchase a firearm at Fenelton Firearms in Clearfield Township.

Nov. 9 — Makenzie R. Brown, 20, of West Sunbury, was charged with three counts of misdemeanor DUI after police stopped her on Pittsburgh Road, Middlesex Township. Police said field sobriety tests showed she was impaired, and a later blood test showed her blood alcohol content at 0.078%.

Nov. 8 — Jason L. Augustine, 47, of Hillsville, and Shauna M. Cortez, 36, of New Castle, were charged with misdemeanors trespassing and use and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said they left the showers of a truck stop in Muddy Creek Township in disarray after being told not to be there and a glass crack pipe was found with them.

Nov. 8 — Logan B. Orloski, 22, of Butler, was charged with misdemeanor simple assault and summaries harassment and disorderly conduct. Police said he created a disturbance and struck someone in the face.

Nov. 8 — Jessica Lucarelli, 39, of Butler, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor DUI after police stopped her Nov. 4 on Route 8, Center Township. Police said field sobriety tests showed she was impaired, and a later breath test showed her blood alcohol content at 0.114%. In Pennsylvania, the legal limit is 0.08%.

Nov. 8 — Richard E. Humes, 35, of Harrisville, and Shelly M. Roman, 39, of Slippery Rock, were charged with two counts of drug possession. Police said they were found with hypodermic needles and 21 glassine bags of suspected heroin/fentanyl.

Nov. 8 — Christiaan J. Titus, 20, of Slippery Rock, was charged with misdemeanor simple assault. Police said he struck someone in the face.

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