Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The new store will be located inside the current Family Video location.
Sandwich chain Subway will soon open its third store in Moon Township. The fast food eatery plans to open a new location inside the current Family Video store at 427 Fifth Avenue, near Coraopolis, according to its website. No opening date is yet available for the location. Family Video will downsize its store, with Subway moving its location into the same building, said staff members at the video rental shop. Family Video purchased the building in 2004, according to property records. Subway franchises now operate on University Boulevard and Thorn Run Road Extension in Moon. --- Like Robinson-Moon Patch on Facebook.
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Coraopolis District Court Calendar for Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Two brothers charged with robbing Family Video on Fifth Avenue with BB guns face hearings today in Coraopolis District Court. Moon Police said Jerome Cutler, 23, of Beaver Falls, and Willie Cutler, 21, of Greensburg, used BB guns to rob the video rental store of more than $500 cash in August. They also were charged earlier this summer in an armed Family Video robbery in Scott Township. Two store employees were present for the robbery; no one was injured in the incident. Willie Cutler is charged with robbery, criminal conspiracy and possessing instruments of crime. His brother Jerome is charged robbery, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and criminal conspiracy. Police said the men used a getaway driver to flee from the store. The…
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Police suspect the pair of armed holdups in Moon and Scott earlier this month.
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Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Police have arrested and charged two Beaver County brothers with robbery and other offenses in connection with the holdups of Family Video stores in Moon and Scott earlier this month. Jerome Cutler, 23, and Willie Cutler, 21, were arrested Tuesday, police said. They are in jail on $100,000 straight bond each, according to court records. The brothers are suspects in the armed robbery of the Family Video store on Fifth Avenue on Aug. 22 and in a second holdup of a Family Video branch on Washington Avenue in Scott, near Carnegie. In addition, store officials have said they believe the cases may be linked to a robbery several weeks ago of a Family Video store in New Brighton. Investigators from the Moon and Scott police departments on Tuesday …
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Suspects flee with money from the store's cash drawer. No one is injured in the holdup.
Moon Police said two men carrying guns robbed Family Video on Fifth Avenue late Monday night. Police said the men, wearing black hoodies with black bandanas covering their faces, pointed a semi-automatic gun at a store employee's face and demanded all of the money in the store's cash register. Two store employees were the only people present during the incident. No injuries were reported. Store manager Rich Rodi said he and a fellow employee were getting ready to close the store when the men walked in through the front entrance and pointed a gun at him. "Your first reaction is to put your hands up," Rodi said. "But they were really calm. They said, 'Just don't yell, don't call anyone and it will be fine.' "The whole thing lasted less …