• Two people suffered minor injuries when their vehicles collided at 9:17 p.m. Tuesday on College Avenue near Birch Drive, police said.
Donald Redfoot, 70, Hemlock Drive, Hempfield Township, turned left from College Avenue onto Birch Drive into the path of a southbound car driven by Richard Cianci, 44, Chambers Avenue, Greenville, police said. Redfoot didn’t see Cianci’s car, police said.
Police said Cianci was taken to UPMC Horizon, Greenville, but a hospital spokeswoman said Wednesday he wasn’t listed as a patient. Redfoot didn’t seek medical treatment.
• Anthony T. Phillips, 39, of 318 Alderman Ave., Sharon, has been charged with possession of marijuana after police said they found the drug on him when he was arrested for retail theft at 6:19 a.m. Feb. 26 in Wal-Mart, 1275 N. Hermitage Road, police said.
• John W. Humes Jr., 32, of 7 Wallace Way, Greenville, has been charged with access device fraud and identity theft for using a Hermitage woman’s credit cards without her permission to buy about $38,000 in goods from 2002 through 2006, police said.
Humes also used the woman’s name to open an eBay account to buy $700 in coins, stamps, clothes and concert tickets, police said.
• Deanna L. Antonell, 35, of Poland, Ohio, is facing bad checks charges after authorities said she wrote three bad checks to an East State Street furniture store, police said.
Ms. Antonell bought $7,190 in furniture Sept. 27, 2005, with a check that bounced, police said. She wrote a check for $25,384 to cover the bounced check and buy more furniture on Nov. 3, 2005, but that check also bounced, police said.
On Dec. 12, 2005, she gave the store a $26,000 check to cover the previous purchases and costs, and that also bounced, police said.
• Betty L. Donner, 52, of 674 Prindle St., Sharon, has been charged with 21 counts each of theft, forgery and receiving stolen property for cashing 18 stolen checks for $740 between July 11 and Aug. 10 at Shop ’n Save, 2199 E. State St., police said.
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• Amanda Sue Bell, 26, of 308 Arlington Drive, Pymatuning Township; at 2:35 a.m. Wednesday on West Main Street in Greenville, after her vehicle almost hit a police car. Ms. Bell was also charged with disorderly conduct and criminal mischief after police said she damaged the cruiser after her arrest.
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