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Two Confluence area roommates are accused of stealing $1,200 worth of antiques from an Addison Township property between July 21 and July 28. Robert Michael Ward, 27, was arraigned Monday before Somerset District Judge Ken Johnson after being picked...
Tags: Theft, Crime, Law and Justice, Judges, Court Preliminary, Trials
The driver of a suspicious make-shift ice cream truck in Somerset Borough has been charged. Franklin Scott Swaney, 32, New Eagle, was charged by Somerset Borough Police with possession of drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct, driving while...
Charges against a woman accused in a stabbing were withdrawn at a preliminary hearing Tuesday because the victim refused to testify. State police charged Ashley Kamilah Arnold, 20, District Heights, Md., with aggravated assault. She was accused...
Tags: Court Preliminary, Trials
A Somerset man accused of burning down his own home on June 27 was arraigned before Meyersdale District Judge Douglas McCall Bell on arson charges Friday afternoon. Jay D. Shaulis, 47, is charged with two counts of arson and criminal mischief. ...
A 22-year-old Somerset man is charged with helping to conceal the whereabouts of a 16-year-old teen runaway. State police said that Gregory Sean Morgan, East Main Street, was contacted by the teen on April 11. She told him that she had run away from...
A Somerset couple is facing animal cruelty charges after an incident dating back to April. Jesse Aaron Shay, 30, and Angela S. Bartels, 32, Fuller Street, are charged with animal cruelty, disorderly conduct and other offenses, according to information...
Tags: Rabies, Prosecution
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERA 30-year-old Somerset woman waived her right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday and will face accusations at trial that she offered to bribe a police officer. Somerset Borough police Officer Christopher Pile said Lindsay E. Burrows, Lansberry Court, asked...
Tags: Court Preliminary, Corporate Crime, Bribery, Trials
Yohannes Mersha, a United Taxi driver, believes a proposed $15.50 minimum fare from Bob Hope Airport is, well, fair. “But we have to serve the community, and if the community doesn't want it, that's how it goes,” said Mersha, who has been a...
Burbank police plan to turn over their investigation of a 91-year-old woman whose car struck and killed a popular photographer last month to prosecutors for review. The woman, Mary Beaumont, was questioned and released at the scene on May 22 after her...
Two Johnstown residents have been charged with trafficking heroin in Somerset Township. Bryan Andrew Maust, 26, and Courtney Shea Pritts, 26, both of Rodgers Avenue, are charged with drug possession with intent to deliver, unlawful delivery, drug...
Somerset Borough police are no longer searching for Samuel "Sammie" McFarland Jr., 33, who was wanted for allegedly accosting two juveniles outside the Somerset Dollar General Feb. 4. Somerset District Judge Ken Johnson issued an arrest warrant Feb. 6...
Four adults were arraigned before District Judge Ken Johnson of Somerset during the past week for their alleged involvement in a series of retail thefts at Walmart in Somerset Township between Oct. 3 and Oct. 25. State police said John Derrick Barry, 39,...
Tags: Theft, Walmart, Court Preliminary, Trials, Prosecution
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