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Blotter: Gun Stolen, Hit and Run Reported and Two Arrested for Public Drunkenness

Here's what Canonsburg police have investigated this week.

A Canonsburg man told borough police that someone had stolen a firearm from his home. Shawn Taylor of 502 Franklin reported the theft of the Hi-Point 9mm rifle at 10 p.m. Wednesday. The rifle was valued at $269.99

Tools Found

Ezra Hildebrand, of 266 Giffin Ave., told Canonsburg police that he noticed a tool bag in the middle of the street as he was driving down Morganza Road Wednesday. Hildebrand stopped and gathered the scattered tools and turned them into the police station.

Hit and Run Reported

Regina Mahramas, of 147 W. College St. told police that someone struck her 2003 Nissan Altima as it was parked on the street in front of her residence. She discovered damage to the driver’s side door Wednesday afternoon.

Two Cited for Public Drunkenness

Canonsburg police were dispatched Wednesday to Murdock Street, where a caller said she saw a woman lying in a lot and a man standing over her near Donaldson Supply.

When officers arrived, they discovered Kelly Heisler and Joshua Thomas, both of 29 W. College St., who appeared to be intoxicated and smelled of alcohol.

Police said the pair became argumentative while being questioned and were placed under arrest for public drunkenness. They were later released.

Jewelry Reported Stolen

Kim Selva, of 123 Elm St. told Canonsburg police that someone had stolen several pieces of jewelry from her home. She noticed the missing jewelry and summoned officers to her house Tuesday. Among the items she said were stolen were heart-shaped diamond earrings, a heart-shaped diamond necklace, a cross and a Steelers charm.

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