Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The woman was charged by Moon Township Police in 2012.
Charges have been dismissed against a Moon Township woman accused of defrauding a senior citizen whom she befriended. Jeanette Nolte, 44, was arrested in November on charges of accessing a 63-year-old woman's bank account to obtain a debt card and using it to make fraudulent purchases at Moon and Coraopolis-area businesses. Police said the victim was in poor health at the time of the alleged incident. Charges of access device fraud and theft by deception facing Nolte were dismissed Tuesday in Coraopolis District Court, according to court records. Brian Francis DiCenzo, 30, of Oakdale, who was charged in Moon Township with drug possession in August, waived his charges to court Tuesday. A formal arraignment is scheduled for April 15, …
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
A local teacher is suspended from the classroom on charges he had a sexual relationship with a student.
A preliminary hearing for a West Allegheny teacher charged with having sex with a student has again been continued. William Morosetti, 28, of Coraopolis, was suspended from work in the district in January after Allegheny County Police charged him with six counts of institutional sexual assault of a minor, sexual assault of a minor and furnishing alcohol to minors. A preliminary hearing before Magisterial Judge Carla Swearingen-Batch scheduled for Feb. 12 has been postponed until March 8, according to court records. Police have charged the high school math teacher with having sex with an underage girl more than a dozen times at his Grace Manor Drive home in 2012, according to reports. The girl is no longer a student in the district. …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
A Kennedy Township man is accused of possessing hundreds of pornographic images of pre-teen girls.
A Kennedy Township man will face a trial on charges he stored and shared hundreds of pornographic photos and videos depicting pre-teen girls on his personal computer. Jeffrey Guzzo, 47, was charged by Moon Township Police in January with disseminating child pornography, possession of child pornography and possession of obscene and other sexual materials, according to court records. Guzzo appeared Tuesday in Coraopolis District Court and waived his right to a preliminary hearing on the charges. A formal arraignment is scheduled for March 28. Police were conducting an investigation into the dissemination of child pornography, when they traced an Internet protocol address back to Guzzo. Investigators said the IP was sharing lewd files via …
Thursday, January 10, 2013
A man accused of stealing lottery tickets from a Moon Township business appears in Coraopolis District Court.
A former employee of the Smoke Stack in Moon Township waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday on charges that he entered the business overnight to steal lottery tickets. Raymond Forrester, 23, of Oakdale, left his job at the tobacco shop in November, but used a security code to access the store 15 times after leaving his job, stealing dozens of lottery tickets valued at more than $1,100, police said in a complaint. Forrester appeared Tuesday in Coraopolis District Court. Staff members at the Smoke Stack reported multiple overnight break-ins at the business, but the building, located off Carnot Road, showed no signs of forced entry. Forrester was caught on surveillance video entering the store. Moon Police arrested him in …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The man was charged Dec. 5 with stealing a jewelry box.
A Pittsburgh man who police said burglarized a home on Shafer Road waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Coraopolis District Court. Brian Flesher, 26, is charged with burglary, criminal mischief, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property after police said he kicked down a door on Shafer Road and stole a jewelry box. The home's owner and her teenage daughter arrived home on Dec. 5 to find Flesher's vehicle parked in their driveway. The teen snapped a photo of the car's license plate, which police used to track him down near his Brighton Heights home. The man fled from Shafer Road following the burglary. Flesher was arrested just 45 minutes after the break-in occurred, said Moon Police Chief Leo McCarthy. He …
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Police found a man bleeding from his side and face after a September stabbing on Campbell's Run Road.
A Scott Township man charged in a late-night Robinson bar stabbing waived his right to a preliminary hearing. Robinson Police said 24-year-old Ryan Francis in September stabbed a man in the parking lot of Bishop's American Cafe on Campbell's Run Road. Francis appeared Tuesday before Magisterial Judge Carla Swearingen. Police charged Francis with aggravated assault in connection to the incident, according to court records. Police said in a report that the victim, 29-year-old Adam Pastorak, of Collier, was found on the night of Sept. 1 laying on the bar room floor, bleeding from the side and from his eye socket after the stabbing. Witnesses said the two engaged in a a fight in the bar's parking lot just after 2 a.m., when Francis pulled …
Thursday, September 13, 2012
From the office of Coraopolis Magistrate Carla M. Swearingen.
The following individuals were charged by Robinson Police and scheduled to appear Sept. 11 in Robinson District Court:
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
From the office of Coraopolis Magistrate Mary Murray:
The following individuals were charged and scheduled for preliminary hearings Sept. 4 in Coraopolis District Court: Coron Howard, 21, of Pittsburgh: Charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia dismissed. Charges of disorderly conduct moved to non-traffic. Coron was arrested in Moon on July 24, according to court records. Ashley Nicole Harper, 23, of Verona: Charge of receiving stolen property withdrawn. Charge of retail theft waived for court. A formal arraignment is schedule for Oct. 18. Harper was arrested in Moon on July 17, according to court records. A formal arraignment is scheduled for Oct. 18. Aisha Ariel Carrington, 23, of Imperial: Charges of drunken driving, reckless driving and careless driving …
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
The hearing has been moved to August.
A preliminary hearing for a Greenville, PA, man charged with prowling outside of women's apartments has been postponed. Brian Williams, 37, is now scheduled to appear Aug. 7 in Coraopolis District Court for his hearing. He was slated to appear in court today on charges that he lurked outside of women's apartments windows to watch them undress inside. Moon Police have charged Williams with seven counts of invasion of privacy, defiant trespass and loitering and prowling at night. Police said they found Williams loitering on the evening of March 26 outside the window of a woman's apartment at the Waterford Landing complex. They said he gave a statement admitting that he repeatedly traveled to Moon Township to look in windows and observe …
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
A man charged with prowling outside of women's township apartments will face a preliminary hearing in July.
A Mercer County man who police said lurked outside of apartment windows to watch women undress will appear for a preliminary hearing July 10 in Coraopolis District Court. Brian Williams, 36, of Greenville, was scheduled to appear for a preliminary hearing today in district court, but that hearing has been re-scheduled for July. He was charged by Moon Police with seven counts of invasion of privacy, defiant trespass and loitering and prowling at night. Police said they found Williams loitering on the evening of March 26 outside of a women's apartment window at the Waterford Landing apartment complex. After he was taken into custody, Williams gave a statement to police admitting that he repeatedly traveled to Moon Township to watch women …