On The Record

Warren

Terroristic threats. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 10 David Oberg, 53, Warren, was charged with terroristic threats with intent to terrorize another, disorderly conduct and defiant trespass after officers responded to a report of a disturbance.

DUI. Warren City police reported that on Oct.10 David Kleehamer, 29, Warren, was charged with two counts of DUI, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and open container following a traffic stop.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 11 David Bryan, 44, Warren, was cited for harassment after officers responded to a fight in progress.

Disorderly conduct. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 11 Heather Ruby, 24, Clarendon, and Chelsea Zaffino, 29, Warren, were both charged with disorderly conduct after officers responded to a report of two females fighting.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 11 Ashley Mott, 18, Warren, was cited for harassment after police responded to a report of people fighting.

Crash. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 12 a juvenile was cited for driving on roadways laned for traffic following a two-vehicle accident on Third Ave. and Liberty St.

Arrested. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 12 Heather Jewell, 34, Warren, was charged with driving while drivers license suspended, operating a vehicle without financial responsibility and driving following a suspension of registration. She was taken into custody on a local warrant as well as a warrant from Erie County. She was turned over to the Warren County Jail.

Public drunkenness. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 13 Thomas Tood, 29, Warren, was cited with public drunkenness after he was observed by an officer having a hard time walking down the street.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 14 Michael Campman, 31, and Samantha McGauhey, both of Warren, were cited for harassment after officers were dispatched to a domestic dispute at their residence.

Arrested. Warren City police reported that on -Oct. 14 Joshua Whitesel, 23, Pittsburgh, was cited for drivers required to be licensed and expired inspection during a traffic stop. It was found he had local warrants and was turned over to the Pennsylvania Constables for further processing.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 15 James Farnsworth, 57, Warren, was cited for harassment after police received a report of a past tense assault.

Harassment. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 15 Jason Bines, 34, Warren, was cited for harassment after officers responded to a past tense domestic dispute.

Retail theft. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 15 Emmet Confer, 38, Warren, was cited for retail theft after he was found exiting a local retailer with $64.79 worth of items that he did not pay for.

Public drunkenness. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 17 Laurie Morley, 52, Warren, was cited for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct after police were called to a disruptive female who was refusing to leave.

Forgery. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 17 Jessica Hesch, 27, Warren, was charged with forgery and possession of a controlled substance by misrepresentation, fraud, forgery, a\nd deception or subterfuge after altering a prescription that had been issued to her.

Public drunkenness. Warren City police reported that on Oct. 17 Louis Zullo Jr., 72, Warren, was charged with public drunkenness after police received a call stating that an intoxicated male had fallen down some stairs.

Possession.Warren City police reported that on Oct. 18 Kevin Rainey, 54, Warren, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after officers stopped to identify a suspicious male in a vehicle.

Arrested. Warren County Sheriff’s deputies and Warren City police arrested Muriel Whipple, 21, 16 Maple St., at 7:45 p.m. on Oct. 22 on a supervisor’s warrant issued by Warren County Adult Probation for violation of parole. Police said Whipple was placed in the Warren County Prison pending further court action.

Conewango Twp.

Public drunkenness. Conewango Township police reported that on Oct. 21 at 5:15 p.m. they responded, along with EmergyCare, to a report of a man down on the bike trail north of Follett Run Road. Police said Willard Hebner, 48, Warren, had fallen off of his bicycle and was found to be intoxicated. He was transported to Warren General for treatment of minor injuries. Police said a non-traffic citation for public drunkenness has been filed at District Justice Laura Bauer’s office.

Mead Twp.

Theft. Warren-based state police reported that between Sept. 23 and Sept. 24 personnel at Catalyst Energy, Clarendon, reported the theft of a steel trailer frame. Police said their investigation revealed that Burdette Guy Thomas III, 37, had cut the frame, hauled it from the scene and took the steel to a scrap yard in Jamestown, N.Y. Receipts were obtained and interviews were conducted verifying the defendant stole the trailer frame. Police said Thomas was charged with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property.

Spring Creek Twp.

Scam. Warren-based state police reported that on Oct. 12 and Oct. 13 a known 69-year-old female, Picadilly Hill Road, was contacted by an unknown individual from Guadalajara, Mexico claiming he was the victim’s grandson and was being incarcerated in a jail in Mexico. The individual requested that the victim send money via Western Union to help him pay for medical bills, hotel fees and other additional fees. The individual advised the victim he was not allowed to leave Mexico until all fees were paid in full. Police said the victim mailed the individual a total of $3,300 over a period of two days. The victim later was advised by her grandson that he had never left the U.S. The investigation is continuing.

Tidioute

Interference with custody of children. Warren-based state police reported that on Oct. 19 at 11 p.m. a known 14-year-old female was in the company of William Verner Christian Jr., 18, Tidioute, for approximately 18 hours without permission of consent of her parents. On Oct. 21, Christian was charged with interference with the custody of children through District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth’s office . Bail was set at $25,000.