A Coraopolis man is accused of trespassing and making threats after Heidelberg police found him sleeping in a home a day after the resident kicked him out.
A Coraopolis man is accused of trespassing and making threats after Heidelberg police found him sleeping in a borough home a day after the resident kicked him out. Police said Ronald Goins, 42, returned to the residence in the 1600 block of West Railroad Street on March 6 and began fighting with the person. Police said he was told on “several occasions” to never return. He was charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct and terroristic threats. Sign up for the Robinson-Moon Patch daily email newsletter
Police follow leads in Robinson Township that lead to an arrest.
Heidelberg police have filed charges against three people in connection with a burglary in the borough last month. Police said a home in the 200 block of Hogans Way was burglarized on Dec. 11 and various items inside were taken. Police spent the next few weeks investigating, following leads into Pittsburgh, Robinson Township and Houston, PA. They eventually filed charges on Jan. 25 against James Comley, 29, of Heidelberg, Benjamin Jury, 29, of Houston, and David Barton, 26, of Scott Township. The charges include conspiracy, burglary, theft receiving stolen property and possession instruments of crime, among other allegations, police said. Like Robinson-Moon Patch on Facebook.