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POLICE REPORTS

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7:50 p.m. Saturday - A Brady Township teenager apparently suffered no injuries after an unidentified light blue van struck the bicycle the boy was riding on Pillow Street near Fillmore Street.James Karenbauer, 16, told police that the driver of the van, described as a white man with dark hair and wearing a dark jacket and dark pants, stopped to ask him if he was alright before driving off. The van was last seen traveling east on West Cunningham Street.8:45 a.m. Saturday - Someone overnight smashed a front window with a piece of cement block at Xtreme Hair Care on South Chestnut Street.3 p.m. Friday - A car driven by Frank Young, 17, of Butler Township struck the rear of another car driven by Shelly Bergbigler, 18, of Oakland Township, on New Castle Street. The collision forced Bergbigler's car into the rear of a pickup truck driven by Kenneth Taggert, 18, of Slippery Rock.Bergbigler and a passenger in her car, Eugene Bergbigler, 16, of Oakland Township, suffered minor injuries. Both were wearing seat belts.2:11 p.m. Friday - A sport utility vehicle driven by Richard Hullings, 45, of Forestville and a car driven by Charles Oleson, 46, of Pittsburgh collided at Hansen and Goldwood avenues. Oleson, who was wearing a seat belt, suffered minor injuries. Hullings was cited for a left-turn violation.

1:37 p.m. Thursday - One person was injured in a three-vehicle crash at Rural Drive and Duffy Road.The vehicles were driven by Sandra Duncan, no age given, of Renfrew, Marlaina McMillen, no age given, of Slippery Rock and Mary Halahurich, no age given, of Butler. Duncan suffered unknown injuries in the crash.No other details of the crash were available this morning.

6:36 p.m. Sunday - A pickup truck driven by Chad Smith, 29, of Renfrew skidded on Marwood Road and collided with a car driven by a 16-year-old Lower Burrell, Westmoreland County, girl whom police did not identity.The girl, who was wearing a seat belt, suffered minor injuries.1:05 a.m. Sunday - Connie Tack, 35, of Butler was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence at Sunset Drive and Route 308 in Center Township.Sunday - A .22-caliber Beretta pistol, a radar detector and about $50 in currency was taken between 11:30 a.m. Saturday and 12:30 p.m. Sunday from an unlocked car at a Freeport Road home in Summit Township.8:45 a.m. Saturday - A car driven by Donna Shaw, 40, of Jamestown, Mercer County, struck a guardrail on Interstate 79 in Muddy Creek Township.1:55 a.m. Saturday - Jeffrey Everetts, 40, of North Washington was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence at Routes 422 and 528 in Franklin Township.12:45 a.m. Saturday - A van driven by James Hanchulak, 54, of Sewickley, Allegheny County, struck a deer on Route 8 in Slippery Rock Township.Saturday - An unidentified vehicle between 11:30 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. Saturday traveled off Freeport Road and into a yard, causing an undetermined amount of damage at the home of Ruth Cypher in Jefferson Township. The unknown driver did not stop following the incident.5:04 p.m. Friday - A car driven by Penny McClosky, 43, of Slippery Rock struck a utility pole along Route 108 in Slippery Rock. McClosky, who was not wearing a seat belt, was taken with minor injuries to Butler Memorial Hospital.Friday - A cutting torch and other items valued at $125 were taken between Wednesday and Friday from a garage at the Love Road home of Carmen Morra in Oakland Township.9:01 p.m. Thursday - A sport utility vehicle driven by Sandra McCafferty, 42, of Butler struck an embankment and rolled onto its side on Elliott Road in Center Township.4:25 p.m. Thursday - Martha Callihan, 65, of Chicora lost control of her car after falling asleep while traveling on Route 68 in Donegal Township, causing her vehicle to collide with a car driven by Andrew Mellish, 65, of Chicora.The collision caused a second crash between Mellish's vehicle and a car driven by Stephanie Devore, 18, of Chicora. Callihan was cited for careless driving.5:32 a.m. Thursday - A car driven by Jeana May Hurrelbrink, no age given, of Bruin struck an embankment and flipped onto its roof on Eldorado Road in Parker Township. Hurrelbrink was cited for driving too fast for conditions.1 a.m. Thursday - Tracy Christie said someone driving a dark-colored Dodge Caravan took about six envelopes from her mailbox on Chicora-Fenelton Road in Donegal Township and drove off.3:30 p.m. Wednesday - A vehicle driven by Emily Lopus, no age given, of Center Township flipped onto its roof after crashing on Henricks Road in Center Township. Lopus was taken with minor injuries to Butler Memorial Hospital.8:30 p.m. Dec. 11 - A pickup truck driven by Jay Schnader, 23, of Northumberland, Northumberland County, struck a tree along Route 8 in Mercer Township. Schnader was cited for driving too fast for conditions.4:10 p.m. Dec. 11 - A car driven by Adam Ley, 19, of Pittsburgh struck a guardrail on Interstate 79 in Muddy Creek Township. Police said Ley walked away from the crash without notifying police. He was later cited for numerous undisclosed traffic violations.Dec. 4 - A generator and air compressor were taken Dec. 3 or 4 in a theft at an Oak Drive home in Chicora. Richard Dufford of Connoquenessing owns the stolen property, valued at $2,100.

10:30 a.m. Sunday - A car driven by Danielle Myer, 19, of Frankfort, Ind., struck the rear of a car driven by Mary Marche, 46, of Dubois, Clearfield County, on Interstate 80 at the Route 8 on-ramp near Barkeyville, Venango County.The collision forced Marche's car into the rear of a car driven by Charles Brown III, 27, of Dubois. Marche and a passenger in her car, a 46-year-old Dubois woman, were taken with minor injuries to United Community Hospital in Grove City.Myer was cited for driving too fast for conditions.

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