Nothing was reported missing.
After returning home early Wednesday morning, a Canonsburg resident from 537 Ridge Ave. found the glass pane of his exterior door broken, as well as the frame and glass from the basement door. Canonsburg police arrived at the scene and found both doors still bolted and reported that it appeared that no entry was made to the residence. After checking their valuables, the owners said that nothing appeared to be missing. The damage to the door and glass was estimated at $300. Police checked the homes in the immediate neighborhood and did not find any evidence of attempted entry. They will increase patrols in that area. Additional Police Report News: Another possible vandalism case occurred at the All Pro Auto Mall on Hooks Lane where police …
Vincent LoCastro, former owner of All Pro Auto Mall in Canonsburg, three family members and a former employee are charged.
- POLICE & FIRE
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Racketeering and theft charges have been filed against Vincent LoCastro, the former owner and operator of All Pro Auto Mall in Canonsburg and three of his family members. The charges were announced today (Thursday) by Washington County District Attorney Eugene A. Vittone and the Pennsylvania State Police. LoCastro, 57, of 203 Spartan Dr., Bethel Park, was charged with two counts of corrupt organizations, two counts of criminal conspiracy, 18 counts of theft by unlawful taking and 18 counts of defrauding secured creditors. If convicted on all charges, LoCastro could face up to 206 years in prison. Also charged with Locastro were: The allegations set forth in Thursday’s filing of criminal charges are based on documents filed before …