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on April 02, 2013 10:50 AM

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Couple charged

Jarrod Greek, of Marion Center, and Danielle Schmidt, of Dallas, Luzerne County, were held early Sunday at Indiana County Jail after a domestic dispute in the parking lot at Sheetz, 380 Philadelphia St., Indiana Borough police reported.

Both were charged with simple assault and harassment; Greek, 28, also was charged with driving under suspension and Schmidt, 21, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, online court records show.

Greek and Schmidt later were taken before District Judge Jennifer Rega, of Blairsville, for preliminary arraignment and were released on unsecured bond to await a preliminary hearing April 10.

White Township

Vandalism

Workers at G-Force Engineering Services discovered three bullet holes in a company-owned pickup truck in a parking lot behind the company’s office building at 1630 Philadelphia St., state police reported.

Troopers reported the damage was done between Thursday and Monday, and the loss is estimated at $2,500.

Police believe the shots were fired from the area of Long Avenue, north of Gompers

 

Derry Township, Westmoreland County

Assault

David Stumpf Jr., of Latrobe, has been charged with making terroristic threats and two counts of simple assault, alleging that he injured a 24-year-old woman and threatened to kill a 44-year-old woman with a shotgun during a disturbance at 11:50 p.m. Thursday in a residence along Route 217.

State police at Greensburg withheld the names of the women who raised the accusations.

Stumpf, 26, was held at Westmoreland County Prison when he was unable to post $20,000 bail. A preliminary hearing is set for Wednesday in Bradenville District Court.

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Richard Ankeny, 49, of Derry, was charged March 23 with simple assault and two counts of harassment in connection with a domestic dispute that day on Ankeny Road, state police at Greensburg reported.

No other details were provided.

Court records show Ankeny was held at Westmoreland County Jail until March 25, when he posted $1,000 bond.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.

 

Burglary

State police reported today that someone stole cash, a safe and 10 airplane ticket vouchers on March 4 from Bull Dogs Bar along Route 982.

An intruder climbed through an unlocked window to gain entry, according to troopers at Greensburg. The loss was set at $2,200.Avenue.

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