Gratis Swaray, 24, of Indiana, was lodged at Indiana County Jail after being discovered intoxicated at 1:09 a.m. today along Philadelphia Street between 15th and 16th streets, Indiana Borough police reported.
Alayna Cagno, 19, of Gibsonia, Allegheny County, was charged Wednesday by Indiana Borough police with a misdemeanor count of carrying false identification by a minor and summary counts of underage drinking and misrepresentation of age to secure alcohol at 1:01 a.m. Oct. 18 at the Coney Island bar, 642 Philadelphia St.
Brush Valley Township
Anthony Cramer, of Brush Valley, was cited by state police on Thursday with a summary count of animal cruelty at the Homer City district court. Troopers at Indiana reported Cramer, 22, shot two house cats’ heads with a pellet gun on Aug 20 along Route 259, causing disfigurement and injury to the cats.
Police did not identify the owner of the cats.
Theft of services
Operators of the AAMCO transmission service shop along Oakland Avenue reported to state police that a customer removed a car from the parking lot between Oct. 4 and 9 and failed to pay for services rendered.
Makenna Farrer, 21, of Mansfield, Tioga County, was cited by Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus police with public drunkenness at 7:11 p.m. Oct. 3 in the lobby of Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex.
Farrer pleaded guilty to the charge in Homer City District Court and was assessed fines and costs totaling $215.50.
East Mahoning Township
Someone threw a rock and damaged a window of a classroom at Marion Center Middle School between Monday and Thursday, state police at Indiana reported.
State police reported somebody tore a spoiler from a vehicle owned by Eugene Lute, of Clymer, on Thursday while the vehicle was parked at the Penns Manor school complex.
Young Township, Jefferson County
Someone driving a white pickup truck stole freshly cut wood from Calvin Bishop’s property along Alt Avenue Extension at 1 p.m. Oct. 9, state police at Punxsutawney reported today.
Burnside Township, Clearfield County
Robert Crowl, of 4365 Patchin Highway, near Cherry Tree, told state police that he provided $730 of funds through Pay Pal cards between Oct. 1 and 16 to a telephone caller who advised him of a federal government grant program.
Crowl also provided his bank account information to the telephone caller, who spoke Spanish, according to a news release from troopers at Punxsutawney.
Investigators have classified the incident as a case of theft by deception.