The Herald, Sharon, Pa.

Crime

May 22, 2014

Police, Fire from May 22, 2014

- — Sharon

• Residents of the 700 block of Stambaugh Avenue who left home at about 1 p.m. Friday returned at 5:30 p..m. to find some of their electronics had been stolen.

They told police a burglar stole a videogame console, valued $600, and a tablet computer. A television left behind had been moved from its location. There were no signs of forced entry, police said.

• Two women face charges after a Sunday morning disturbance in a downtown restaurant.

Roshina Allen, 30, of 836 Spearman Ave., Sharon, and Zhane Hambrick, 20, of 1835 Bolde Drive, Hermitage, shouted their complaints about a food order prompting McDonald’s staff to call police at about 10:40 a.m.

Allen, shouting and using profanites, refused orders to compose herself, police said. When they arrested her, she resisted being handcuffed and Hambrick threw a condiment packet at the shift manager, police said.

Both women were charged with disorderly conduct and Allen was also charged with resisting arrest.

• A gun owner reported the theft of his firearm at 4:30 p.m. Sunday.

The resident of the 600 block of South Stateline Road said his 9 mm semi-automatic Taurus pistol and its loaded magazine were stolen during the previous two weeks.

• Robert Cunningham IV, no address, tried to sell stolen goods at about 3:15 p.m. Monday at Starkey’s Electronics, 20 Railroad St., police said.

Investigators recovered a DVD player and video discs, valued at $500, that had been stolen earlier that day, police said. Cunningham was charged with receiving stolen property.

• An East Hill man told police Wednesday he was attacked and robbed Monday night.

The 30-year-old resident of the 400 block of Fullerton Place said he was walking at about 10 or 11 p.m. near his home when he was assaulted by three men.

He told police the men choked him, threw him to the ground and stole his cell phone, valued at $100. The victim told police he didn’t seek treatment for bruises he suffered in the attack.

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