Greenville-West Salem Township

• Mary Ealy, 24, of 27 Maple Ave., Greenville, was cited Wednesday for harassment and ethnic intimidation after an argument with a neighbor that’s been an ongoing dispute, police said.

• Police said they found two bicycles in separate location in the borough Wednesday. To claim them, call the station at 724-588-4190.


• Jason D. Nicoloff, 26, of 447 Butterfly Lane, Hermitage, has been charged with receiving stolen property and possession of drug paraphernalia for having a bag containing a spool of stolen copper and eight syringes for injecting Oxycontin June 21 at home, police said.

The copper had been reported stolen two hours earlier by Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 3325 Morefield Road, police said.

• Charles L. Coryea, 54, of 1997 Mercer-New Wilmington Road, Wilmington Township, has been charged with stalking and disorderly conduct for throwing nails in front of a home in the 600 block of Lyle Drive where the victim was working as a caregiver, and following her car April 8 and May 1, 7 and 9, police said.

• A stainless steel barbecue grill was stolen Tuesday or Wednesday from the 3000 block of Lamor Road, police said.

• Courtney L. Bradley, 18, of 1410 Parke Drive, Hermitage, has been charged with obscene and other sexual materials, criminal use of a cellular telephone, dissemination of explicit sexual material over a cell phone and corruption of minors.

Police said Bradley sent a picture message showing himself exposed to a 15-year-old Hermitage girl’s cell phone June 16.

The girl said Bradley, who graduated June 11 from Hickory High School, had asked her out, but she had not agreed to date him, police said. The girl said she was “very surprised and upset” by the picture, police said.

Southwest Mercer County Regional

• Douglas M. Diclaudio II, 19, of Mercer County Jail, has been charged with having marijuana when he showed up for a hearing at the office of District Judge Ronald E. Antos, Farrell.

Diclaudio was facing a preliminary hearing at 1 p.m. June 20 on charges of burglary, criminal trespass and theft when Antos raised his bond because Diclaudio had contacted one of the victims.

Diclaudio could not post bail. A policeman found a bag of marijuana on Diclaudio when he searched him in preparation for taking him to jail, police said.

State police

• Police said they are seeking Timothy A. Pickard, 34, of 4345 Morefield Road, Hermitage, who rented a blue 1999 Toyota June 14 from Terrie’s Sales and Service, Wilmington Township, Lawrence County, and has not returned it. The car has Pennsylvania license plate GWT-6908.