The Herald, Sharon, Pa.

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June 14, 2014

Police, Fire from June 14, 2014

- — Hermitage

• Someone stole yard tools in a burglary reported at 3:10 Thursday in the 1400 block of Coronado Drive.

A thief broke into a garden shed and stole a hedge trimmer and leaf blower,  police said.

• Someone stole a bronze grave marker since Memorial Day from St. Ann’s Cemetery on Longview Road, police said.


• Michael Favors faces theft charges after a burglary reported Saturday in the 500 block of Cedar Avenue.

Favors, 40, of 381 Liberty St., was identified from security video as the person who sold a stolen XBox game console for $40 at a Hermitage pawn shop, police said.

It had been reported stolen, along with two games, a controller and power plug, by the owner who valued the stolen goods at $263, police said.

Favors is charged with burglary, receiving stolen property and theft, police said.

• A man who sped away from police faces charges following his arrest after running through city neighborhoods.

Danny Rabold, 38, of 2396 Saratoga Drive, Hermitage, ran a red light at about 8 p.m. Thursday on South Dock and Budd streets, police said.

He sped toward Farrell in his BMW, stopped near Bay Way and ran up the hill and through yards in Farrell and Sharon. Police caught Rabold in the 400 block of South Oakland Avenue.

He was charged with flight to avoid apprehension, driving under suspension, driving an unregistered vehicle, driving without insurance and running a red light, police said.

• Someone forced open a back door to break into an apartment in a burglary reported at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the 200 block of Mesabi Street.

The resident who had been away for a couple of days told police two digital cameras, including a red Nikon Coolpix model, were stolen along with several ballcaps and some costume jewelry.

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