Greenville-West Salem Township
• A pickup loaded with scrap metal was seen at about 3 p.m. Thursday at a vacant house in the sub-100 block of South Front Street, Greenville, police said.
The truck was located later on South High Street in the borough, police said.
• A traffic stop for driving without lights at about 12:10 a.m. June 13 led to drug charges against Darrick R.C. Mundis, 29, of Windsor, Pa.
Mundis had marijuana and previously smoked joints on him when he was patted down at Budd and Dock streets, police said.
He was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and two traffic violations, police said.
• Two thieves took prescription drugs from a city man they robbed at about 11 p.m. Thursday, police said.
The victim, who waited until 7 a.m. Friday to report the incident told police he was held up by two men while walking on Liberty Street near Alderman Avenue.
One of the men pointed a gun and demanded money which the victim didn’t have. Instead they took a container of his Xanax anti-anxiety pills, police said.
• A woman driving at about midnight Friday on Sharpsville Avenue told police two men tried to stop her at Clark Street. One of them pointed a gun at her, police said.
The woman, who wasn’t injured instead drove into Sharpsville and found a patrolman who turned the incident over to Sharon, polic said.
She described one of the men as a black male with light skin, wearing a white t-shirt, shorts and a red hat. The white man with him was wearing a black hoodie, black hat and jeans. The pair got into a white older sedan and drove away, the woman told police.
• Someone stole a game console during a burglary between 11 a.m. and 10:45 p.m. Sunday in the 700 block of South Oakland Avenue.
The homeowner returned to find a side window had been broken and an Xbox console and controller were gone, police said.
• Someone stole money from the wallets of basketball players Sunday at Commodore Perry High School.
Ryan J. Coblentz, 19, of Guys Mills, and a 17-year-old boy told police someone had gone through their wallets Sunday afternoon in the locker room. Coblentz lost $75 and the boy lost $35, police said.
• A stereo faceplate and an Apple iTouch computer were stolen from an unlocked sport-utility vehicle parked in a driveway between 2 and 8 p.m. Sunday in the 600 block of Millburn Road, Springfield Township, police said.
• Police said they are investigating a complaint that a man had unlawful contact with a Mercer-area girl over the Internet between Nov. 1, 2011, and May 28, police said.
• Police said they are asking for help in locating Jesse R. Shelton, 26, whose last known address was in New Castle, who has been charged with Megan’s Law violations.
Shelton, a convicted sex offender, has failed to periodically report his address and other personal information, police said.
The offenses are alleged to have occurred in October and March in Findley Township.
Anyone aware of Shelton’s whereabouts can call 724-662-6162.
• Sarah Nangle, 38, of St. Louis, suffered moderate injury when her car rolled at 12:35 a.m. p.m. June 21 as she was on the Interstate 79 on-ramp in Findley Township, police said. She was taken to Grove City Medical Center, Pine Township, and flown to Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh.
DRUNKEN DRIVING ARREST
• Theodore E. Cook II, 57, of 39 Amsterdam Road, Liberty Township; at 11:08 p.m. June 18 on state Route 258, south of state Route 208, Springfield Township; also charged with careless driving.