The following people were charged and scheduled for preliminary hearings May 8 at :
- Autumn Gabos, 32, of Beaver Falls, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. Sewickley police said Gabos was stopped Feb. 26 on Route 65 near Broad Street after her vehicle was seen braking and drifting to the left. Police reported a blood-alcohol content of 0.158 percent, above the state’s legal limit of 0.08 percent.
- Antonio Campisano, 47, of Blackburn Road, Sewickley Heights, charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. reported Campisano fought with police officers while they tried to calm him down after being called to his home for an emergency situation. Police said Campisano was eventually Tasered and handcuffed after advancing aggressively at police. Charges reduced to disorderly conduct. Campisano was also ordered to pay a $25 fine and court costs.
- David Colaizzi, 41, Independence Township, Beaver County,of Nov. 25 was charged with simple assault, disorderly conduct, reckless driving and harassment. Sewickley police said Colaizzi punched and choked a Coraopolis man Nov. 25 in a road rage incident. Ford agreed in January to drop the charges if Colaizzi completes anger management within 90 days, which he did. Charges were withdrawn.
- Marice Phillips, 32, of Pittsburgh, driving while suspended and false identification to law enforcement. Franklin Park police said they stopped Phillips’ vehicle after seeing him Nov. 17 exiting Interstate 79 in Wexford without using a turn signal. On Route 910, police said he made an illegal lane change in a prohibited area. Police said Phillips also provided a false name of a person who has an arrest warrant. When police told him he was being arrested on the warrant, they said he provided his real name. Officers said they learned then that Phillips’ license is suspended. Phillips failed to appear for court.