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

Butler City

Nov. 15 — Qualin A. Davis, 41, of Butler, was charged with felony strangulation and misdemeanor simple assault. Police said he placed his hands around someone’s neck and slapped them.

Nov. 13 — Joyce M. Anderson, 50, of Butler, was charged with misdemeanor drug possession. Police said she was found with suspected crack cocaine.

Butler County Detectives

Nov. 15 — Jacob A. Martin-Rivers, 27, of Butler, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor use and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said he was found with suspected crystal methamphetamine, a suboxone strip, a crack pipe, an empty stamp bag and several grams of an unknown white powder.

Butler Twp

Nov. 14 — Tammy J. Burgard, 55, of Butler, was charged with a felony and misdemeanor of a false written statement. Police said she answered a question inaccurately when applying to purchase a firearm at Down Range Supply.

Nov. 14 — Rhonda Demus, 51, of Swissvale, was charged with misdemeanor theft. Police said she left Walmart with $284 worth of merchandise without paying for it.

Cranberry Twp

Nov. 21 — Edward F. Mistick, 45, of Butler, was charged with misdemeanors theft and deceptive business practice. Police said he was paid $1,850 for services he did not perform.

Nov. 14 — Paire T. Hill, 23, of Detroit, Mich., was charged with felony and misdemeanor theft. Police said he left Walmart with $1,135 worth of merchandise without paying for it.

Slippery Rock

Nov. 14 — Luke T. Ferency, 22, of South Park, was charged with misdemeanor simple assault. Police said he punched someone in the face.

State police, Butler

Nov. 16 — Alan C. McDonald, 30, of Chicora, was charged in two separate cases with misdemeanors DUI, drug possession, counterfeiting and theft after police stopped him Nov. 13 on Jameson Street, Petrolia Borough. Police said he showed signs of impairment, and attempted to pass a fake $100 bill at Dollar General in Donegal Township. He was found with five grams of methamphetamine, empty stamp bags and straws, police said.

Nov. 16 — Anthony S. Carbin, 36, of Parker, was charged with felony theft of a catalytic converter and misdemeanor theft. Police said he removed a catalytic converter from a vehicle and sold it for scrap.

Nov. 16 — Corey A. Stewart, 31, of Butler, was charged with misdemeanors DUI and drug possession after he crashed his motorcycle June 1 on Rimp Road, Summit Township. Police said he showed signs of impairment, and a later blood test showed his blood alcohol content at 0.097% with traces of THC and benzoylecgonine. A small amount of suspected marijuana and THC were found on his person, police said.

Nov. 15 — Ned P. Moore, 38, of Slippery Rock, was charged with misdemeanor DUI after police stopped him on McGowan Lane, Slippery Rock. Police said field sobriety tests showed he was impaired, and a later breath test showed his blood alcohol content at 0.102%. In Pennsylvania, the legal limit is 0.08%.

Nov. 15 — Alexander W. Cambridge, 18, of Butler, was charged with misdemeanor drug possession. Police said he was found with a THC vape pen.

Nov. 15 — Tevin D. Allen, 24, of McKees Rocks, was charged with misdemeanors DUI and use and possession of drug paraphernalia after he crashed his vehicle Aug. 7 on Interstate 79, Muddy Creek Township. Police said field sobriety tests showed he was impaired, and a later blood test showed traces of THC in his system. A small amount of marijuana was also found on his person, police said.

Nov. 15 — Ulrich L. Sobehart, 21, of Pittsburgh, was charged with misdemeanor DUI after he crashed his vehicle on Interstate 79, Worth Township. Police said field sobriety tests showed he was impaired, and a later breath test showed his blood alcohol content at 0.129%. In Pennsylvania, the legal limit is 0.08%.

Nov. 14 — Nathan B. Hilzendeger, 24, of Erie, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor DUI after he crashed his vehicle on Interstate 79, Lancaster Township. Police said field sobriety test showed he was impaired, and a later breath test showed his blood alcohol content at 0.119%. In Pennsylvania, the legal limit is 0.08%.

Nov. 14 — Benjamin T. Ace, 49, of Parker, was charged with four counts of misdemeanor DUI and two counts of misdemeanor drug possession after police stopped him April 8 on Kittanning Pike, Parker Township. Police said field sobriety tests showed he was impaired, and a later blood test showed traces of methamphetamine and THC in his system. Suspected methamphetamine was also found in his vehicle, police said.

Nov. 14 — Steven B. Bargar, 54, of Galion, Ohio, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor DUI after he crashed his vehicle July 2 on Interstate 79, Cranberry Township. Police said he showed signs of impairment, and a later blood test showed his blood alcohol content at 0.311% with traces of Diazepam. In Pennsylvania, the legal limit is 0.08%.

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