The Herald, Sharon, Pa.


March 22, 2014

Police, fire from March 22, 2014

- — Sharon

• Copper pipe and electric wire were stolen Tuesday or Wednesday from a vacant house in the 200 block of Stambaugh Avenue, police said.

A door was kicked in and a window was broken, police said.

• Kyle Brennan Dunlevy, 22, an inmate at the state prison in Graterford, was charged with burglary, theft and criminal trespassing for breaking into the former Wave Restaurant, 177 E. State St., on March 15, 2010, police said.

Dunlevy, a bus boy who was last to clock out that night, sent a letter to police from prison admitting that he broke into an office in the now-closed restaurant and stole between $4,000 and $5,000, police said.

• Carl D. Tucker Jr., 22, of 303 E. Connelly Blvd., Sharon, was charged Sunday with rape and false imprisonment when he forced a 16-year-old girl to have sex with him after she repeatedly told him no, police said.

The victim said Tucker wrapped her up with his arms and refused to let her move, forced her to have sex and tried to make her take a shower afterward, police said.

She said he also threatened to duct tape her and put her in the trunk of the car, police said.

• Rachel Sade Soto, 25, of 213 Spearman Ave., Farrell, at 5:51 p.m. March 14 was charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia after police stopped the car in which she was riding for a traffic violation.

They said they found in her purse oxycodone for which she didn’t have a prescription.


• William Lee Grimm, 57, of 1578 Fern St., Hermitage, was charged with theft March 12 after he failed to make any effort to pay back a check made out to his company for $1,600 that he mistakenly cashed on Dec. 16, police said.

Multiple calls made to Grimm in an attempt to collect the money were not returned, police said.



• Daniel M. Brown, 52, of Youngstown; at 3:23 p.m. Wednesday on Quinby Street; also charged with driving under suspension and driving without inspection, and held on a previous Sharon charge of driving under suspension.

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