Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The 81-year-old woman with no shoes was reportedly confused about where she lived.
Sewickley police responded early Monday to a report of a woman with no shoes who was nearly struck by a truck walking in the middle of Route 65 at the Boundary Street intersection. Police located the 81-year-old woman shortly before 1:45 a.m. and offered to give her a ride home. She directed officers to a residence in Ambridge, but after arriving, police were told she lived in Leetsdale. Once in Leetsdale, police were directed to a vacant home in Leet Township, police said. Due to her confusion, officers took the woman to Heritage Valley Sewickley hospital and placed her in the care of medical personnel. Police were working to locate a possible son in Sewickley. Sewickley Police responded to the following recent incidents. Each incident …
Monday, August 20, 2012
Sewickley Police responded to the following. Each incident reflects police records and is not an indication of guilt.
Suspicious person Animal calls Fight reported Noise complaint
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Sewickley Police responded to the following recent incidents.
Sewickley police cited a tree company after its GMC truck was spotted hauling a large load of unsecured logs in the borough, police reported. Police said the driver, Joseph Bianco, 28, of Pittsburgh, was hauling logs at least 6-feet long on the truck Friday when police stopped the vehicle at Beaver and Logan streets in Sewickley. Police said Bianco, a driver for Down and Out Tree & Stump Service, based in Pittsburgh, thought another worker had secured the load, but police said the logs were not tied down. Police cited the company for having an unsecured load and placed the truck out of service until the logs could be secured using a minimum of three chains, police said. Sewickley Police also responded to the following. Each incident …
Monday, February 14, 2011
Sewickley Police said Richard W. Heffner, 32, of Beaver Falls, stole a trumpet from St. James School before showing up drunk to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
A Beaver Falls man is facing charges after police said he stole a trumpet then showed up drunk at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Richard W. Heffner, 32, of Beaver Falls, is charged with theft, receiving stolen property, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Sewickley Police were called shortly after 8:30 p.m. Feb. 3 to St. James School, 201 Broad St., for a report of two men, possibly intoxicated, in the school parking lot, police reported. When police arrived, a janitor at the school told officers that two men came into a side door at the school and knocked on the door, police said. The janitor asked what the two wanted and the men asked him where the Alcoholics Anonymous meeting was, he said. The janitor told the men the meeting …