Sewickley Police responded to the following recent incidents. Each incident reflects police records and is not an indication of guilt.
- Someone stole an Apple laptop, worth $1,500, from the Sewickley YMCA, borough police reported. Police said Casey Entwistle of Sewickley went to the police station at 1:05 p.m. Feb. 17 to report her son’s laptop had been taken sometime between 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Feb. 1 from the boys locker room.
- Sewickley Police responded Feb. 17 at 4:30 p.m. to Heritage Valley Sewickley Hospital for a report of a disturbance, police reported. Police were told an intoxicated male who was with a female were both refusing to leave the emergency room. When officers arrived, they encountered the two trying to leave the area in a Pontiac. Police spoke to the female driver and her passenger Derek J. Reno, 25, of Dunedin. Police said the driver was not intoxicated, but Reno was taken into custody because he was wanted out of Beaver County. He was transported to the Beaver County line and transferred over to the custody of Beaver County sheriff’s deputies.
- Sewickley Police responded to the Quaker Valley High School field to assist Leetsdale Police with a report of juveniles hanging out. Police arrived at midnight Feb. 17 and found a group of teens playing soccer. Police said the kids said they were seniors and had school off the following day and just wanted to play some soccer. The teens told police the school resource officer knew the teens were on school property and didn’t have a problem with it, police said. Police took down their names for report purposes.
- No one was injured following a three-car crash shortly before 10 a.m. Feb. 16 on the Sewickley Bridge, borough police reported. Police responded to the parking lot at Sewickley Audi where all three vehicles had pulled off. Police said the incident occurred while Benjamin Trew of Pittsburgh was stopped in traffic. A car driven by Victor Grigsby II of New Brighton, struck the back of a car driven by Ryan Dietz of Gibsonia, whose car then struck the rear of Trew’s vehicle.
- Someone stole more than $600 from a Sewickley storeowner, borough police reported. Sewickley Police were dispatched shortly after 12:15 p.m. Feb. 15 to Jewel Thief on Beaver Street for a report of a fraud theft. Police spoke to the store owner, who said she received a fax from Dollar Bank stating her credit card and account had been used by someone overseas. Police said the bank cancelled her account, which was used Feb. 10 in five purchases totaling $625, police said.