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A Mt. Lebanon woman was arrested last month after police said she tried to steal $1,200 worth of merchandise from four stores in Upper St. Clair and Bethel Park.
A Bethel Park man is going to trial on charges that he stole more that $70,000 in funds from a company that manages several gas stations in the area.
Retail theft charges against a Bethel Park man will be reduced to summary offenses if he finishes a drug and alcohol evaluation. Read about that and more preliminary hearing decisions by District Judge Robert Wyda.
One of two men accused of burglarizing a Scott Township building and stealing copper to sell for scrap is going to trial on the charges.
Two Bethel Park women accused of shoplifting hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from Kohl’s in December have agreed to go through a first-time offender program.
Three women accused of running a prostitution ring out of a Bridgeville massage parlor are going to trial on misdemeanor prostitution charges.
Agents from the state Attorney General’s Child Predator Unit accused a Bethel Park man of possessing and distributing child pornography on his personal computer.
Bridgeville police said a man, whose girlfriend was allegedly stealing items inside Rite Aid, left her behind to face the music when officers arrived.
A man accused of stealing $1,200 worth of jewelry from an Upper St. Clair Township home earlier this year will have his theft charge reduced if he makes restitution to the resident.
Steven Kowalski was sentenced to prison after stealing $150,000 worth of items from the retirement home residents in 2011.
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