1. Indiana Borough police investigated an incident Sunday just after 1 a.m. at the Sheetz convenience store in the 700 b
ock of Wayne Avenue.
Officer Jeffrey M. Hoag reported that Jessica Frank, 20, of Evans City, Butler County, stole several blocks of cheese
from the store. Hoag said Frank, who is under the age of 21, had been drinking and was in possession of alcoholic b
verages. She was placed under arrest and released to a sober person, police said.
Frank was cited with retail theft and underage drinking.
State police at Indiana said an unidentified 33-year-old man from Murrysville, Westmoreland County, is facing retai
theft charges after he stole a $279 air compressor. Troopers reported the man put the air compressor in a shopping c
rt at Lowe s along Ben Franklin Road and pushed it to the parking lot without paying.
Two unidentified Philadelphia teenagers are facing charges of retail theft after entering the Walmart along Oakland
venue Friday at 8:10 p.m. and taking households items valued at $142.57.
State police at Indiana said the two 18-year-old women were taken to the police station, cited for retail theft and rele
State police at Indiana investigated an incident in which a 2006 Chevrolet Equinox was damaged by what appeared t
be a key between Thursday and Friday along Cripps Street.
Clymer Borough police said a 40-year-old Clymer man was charged with misdemeanor theft by deception for trying
to pass counterfeit $20 bills on two successive nights at a Kwik Fill convenience store.
The clerk there said the man, who was not identified, passed one phony $20 that wasn t noticed until cash-out time
on Oct. 22, then tried to pass another the next day but was refused service.
An arrest for a disturbance on Oct. 20 at 8:56 p.m. led to unrelated drug paraphernalia charges against David Deitma
Jr., 31, of Penn Run, and Casey Lynn Deitman, 34, of Clymer.
Clymer Borough Police Department said David Deitman was taken into custody on charges of conspiracy to commit
simple assault and harassment, for which he was arraigned before Clymer Magisterial District Judge Christopher S.
elch and released on an unsecured bond of $500.
In turn, police said, David Deitman and Casey Lynn Deitman both were charged after drug paraphernalia was found
n the home. Hearings for both on all the charges is scheduled for Dec. 16 at 11 a.m. before Welch.
According to court records, Nicole Lee Tomlyanovich, 28, of Blairsville, is awaiting a preliminary hearing before Bl
irsville Magisterial District Judge Jennifer J. Rega on a misdemeanor theft count.
The count was filed with Rega in connection to an Aug. 19 incident at the Walmart along Resort Plaza Drive. State p
lice at Indiana said a Walmart employee was caught taking $770 from cash registers there on that date.
COWANSHANNOCK TOWNSHIP, ARMSTRONG COUNTY
State police at Kittanning said an unidentified 49-year-old Sagamore man was arrested for harassment during an inci
ent Sunday at 9:23 p.m. along Eighth Street. Troopers said the victim reported being punched, pushed and grabbed b
the suspect, but showed no visible injuries.
ock of Wayne Avenue.
Lowes Air Compressor