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on December 31, 2013 10:50 AM

INDIANA

Drunken driving

Borough police have charged Sarah Grace Reilly, 24, of Indiana, with drunken driving following an incident Nov. 28 on the 100 block of Church Street. According to police, Reilly was arrested after she drove her vehicle into a yard around 2:07 a.m., where it got stuck.

 

Theft

An unidentified party-guest is believed to have taken a video game system from a home along the 500 block of South Fifth Street early on the morning of Dec. 2, according to borough police.

 

NORTH MAHONING TOWNSHIP

Burglary

Three people broke into the XTO Energy office at 261 Beaver Drive on Sunday and took a cream-colored safe, according to state police in Punxsutawney. Police said the trio entered the office by breaking a window. Once inside, they rummaged through the office and pried open desk drawers. Anyone with any information has been asked to call police at (814) 938-0510.

 

YOUNG TOWNSHIP

Disorderly conduct

Kirk R. McCauley, 45, of Clarksburg, was cited for disorderly conduct following an incident Dec. 15, according to state police in Indiana. Police said McCauley was knocking and banging on a door at a home along Valley Drive in an attempt to collect rent.

 

RAYNE TOWNSHIP

Harassment

Richard Emil Kozak, 57, of Marion Center, was cited for harassment following an incident Monday morning at his home at 625 Pearce Hollow Road, according to state police in Indiana. Police said the incident occurred around 9:15 a.m. after satellite television technician Keith Schoch Jr., 35, arrived at Kozack’s home to check or install equipment.

Police said Kozak told Schoch to put his hand on a paper trimmer. Kozak then grabbed Schoch’s right arm and lifted up the blade as if he was going to cut off Schoch’s hand, police said. Schoch pulled away from Kozak and fled the residence, police said.

 

CONEMAUGH TOWNSHIP

Theft

A tree stand belonging to Jonathan Pina, 63, was taken from a wooded area off Cribbs Road sometime between Nov. 9 and Dec. 1, according to state police in Indiana.

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