The Herald, Sharon, Pa.

Crime

May 1, 2014

Police, Fire from May 1, 2014

- — Greenville-West Salem Township

• Dominic A. Chambers, 18, of Greenville was charged with aggravated and indecent assault for groping a minor on several occasions on a Greenville school bus throughout the month of March, police said.

• Someone stole a television in a burglary reported Tuesdayon Chambers Avenue in Greenville, police said.

The flat-screen TV was valued at $2,500. There was no forced entry, police said.

Hempfield Township

• Gianna Rae Tartaglia, 19, of 295 Hamburg Road, Transfer, was charged with access device fraud and theft by deception after she added on tips totaling $65 to six customer’s credit cards while working at Pizza Hut, Hadley Road, and took the money from the register at about 5 p.m. April 13,  police said.

Pymatuning Township

• Jeffrey Chamberlain, 46, and Tyler L. Chamberlain, 19, both of 115 Carrier Road, were arrested at 4:11 p.m. April 15 when police found marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the residence as a result of a search warrant, police said.

Jeffrey was charged with possession of marijuana and paraphernalia; Tyler was charged with possession of paraphernalia.

South Pymatuning Township

• Brad A. Ashman, 46, of 185 Logan Ave., Sharon, on Thursday, was charged with receiving stolen property during a traffic stop when police said they discovered he was driving a motorcycle with a stolen license plate. He was also charged with driving under a suspended license and without registration.

• Charles L. Raiti III, 57, of 2085 Rutledge Road, Transfer, was arrested for buying two 18-packs of beer for minors on March 29 and delivering the alcohol to them in the 1900 block of Rutledge Road, police said.

State police

• Devin M. Lindsey, was hurt in a crash at about 2:25 a.m. Saturday.

Lindsey, 29, of Stoneboro, ran his car off a curve on Jackson Center-Polk Road and it hit a guard rail near Sandy Lake-Grove City Road in Worth Township, police said.

Lindsey, who was treated at Grove City Medical Center, Pine Township, was cited for speeding, police said.

• Francis R. Thompson, 39, Slippery Rock, faces charges for stealing from his employer over several years, police said.

Thompson used credit cards from Richardson Tree and Landscape Service, Wilmington Township, to make fraudulent purchases for auto parts and fuel, police said.

Thompson was charged with theft by unlawful taking and theft by deception, police said.

WARRANT ARRESTS

Greenville-West Salem Township

• Jason Treese, 31, of 31 N. Race St., Apartment 2, Greenville; Tuesday at his apartment on seven warrants.

• Cory J McFadden, 35, of 1320 W. Main St. Grove City; Tuesday on bench warrants from Butler County for failure to appear and from Venango County for failure to pay.

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