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Indiana

Woman cited

Indiana Borough police cited Kelsey Thompson, 25, of Williamsburg, with public drunkenness and scattering rubbish at 3:07 a.m. today in the 900 block of Philadelphia Street, where officers said she smashed a glass beer bottle on the sidewalk, according to a report.

White Township

Theft

Angela Lookhart, of Indiana, told state police at 9:32 p.m. July 2 that someone stole her suboxone medication from her apartment at 1662 Philadelphia St.

Armstrong Township

Cat shot

State police have launched an investigation into the maiming of a pet belonging to a family on Chestnut Flat Road near Shelocta.

The residents found their cat wounded by a shot of unspecified caliber on Sunday.

Troopers at Indiana classified the matter as a case of cruelty to animals. No other details have been released.

Burrell Township

Men cited

Troy Fritz addressed a fellow shopper with an expletive in the sporting goods section at Walmart in Resort Plaza at 3:33 p.m. Friday, according to state police. Sean Ferg, in turn, addressed Fritz with obscenities.

According to reports, shoppers phoned police as Fritz continued to berate Ferg with a series of loud profanities. Troopers cited Fritz, 47, of New Florence, and Ferg, 46, of Johnstown, with summary counts of disorderly conduct.

East Wheatfield Township

Man exonerated

District Judge Jennifer Rega dismissed all charges that state police had filed last month against Gregory Griffith, of Armagh, following a preliminary hearing Wednesday in Blairsville District Court.

Griffith had been accused of forcing his way into a house at 1271 Philadelphia St. Ext. near Armagh at 8:30 p.m. June 15 and assaulting a 61-year-old man. In a news release, troopers withheld the name of the man who raised the allegations against Griffith.

Portage Township, Cambria County

Animal cruelty

A local couple faces a combined 190 charges after state police discovered 30 flea-infested cats living in their urine- and feces-laden residence along Holly Street.

One of the pets was so badly flea-bitten that it died after being handed over for care at Ebensburg Veterinary Hospital, according to a report.

Troopers from Ebensburg uncovered the situation June 27 and filed criminal complaints Wednesday against Raymond Skelly, 51, and Zoanne Skelly, 50, of Portage.

Each was charged with 30 misdemeanor counts of neglect of animals for inadequate shelter or protection, 30 summary counts of failing to have each animal vaccinated against rabies between 4 and 12 weeks of age, and 30 summary counts of cruelty to animals.

Troopers filed the papers before District Judge John Prebish Jr., who scheduled a hearing in the case for Aug. 14.