Blotter: Man Charged With Disorderly Conduct After Fight, Rifle Reported Stolen

Here are the incidents being investigated by the Canonsburg Police Department.

Canonsburg police on Friday night responded to a report of a fight at McGrogan’s Tap Room.

When officers arrived, they were told by Robert Jordan, of 114 S. Jefferson Ave. that he had broken up the fight between two males.

That’s when he said Isaac King, who was reportedly involved in the altercation, threatened the bartenders and requested them to "come outside."

Police said King would be cited for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.

Rifle Reported Missing

John Svitek, of 609 Highland Ave., told police on Friday that he discovered several silver coins and a Remington rifle missing from his home.

He told police that he believed a known male had stolen the items. Charges are pending against the known male, police said.

Hit and Run Reported

Michelle Hunsberger told police on Friday afternoon that someone had struck her vehicle as it was parked in the lot of her workplace, Aquatech, at 1 Four Coins Drive. She reported that there was a scratch on the bumper.

Criminal Mischief Reported

A representative of the Washington Housing Authority told police on Friday that someone had shattered the glass window of the office door of Valley View Terrace.

The cost to replace the glass is $250, police said.

Credit Card Fraud Reported

Andrew Holik, of 302 Grace Ave., told police on Saturday that his Dollar Bank credit card had been fraudulently used—with one charge of $652 and another in the amount of $168. Both transactions were processed through companies in New York.


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