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Assault and drug cases dominate recent Monroeville police activity

Michael DiVittorio
| Thursday, June 7, 2018, 5:57 p.m.
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Monroeville police filed the following charges between May 27 and June 6 in District Judge Jeffrey L. Herbst's office:

• Lea Marie Rosa, 31, of Penn Hills with possession of controlled substances and possession of drug paraphernalia. Charges were filed May 30 in connection with an incident at Monroeville Boulevard and Northern Pike.

• Matthew John Matesic, 26, of Monroeville with possession of controlled substances, possession of drug paraphernalia and operating a vehicle without official certificate. Charges were filed May 30 in connection with an incident at Monroeville Boulevard and Northern Pike.

• Theodore Pioth III, 48, of Monroeville with possession of controlled substances and possession of drug paraphernalia. Charges were filed June 4 in connection with an incident along the 200 block of Starr Drive.

• Christopher Cason, 45, of Monroeville with simple assault, harassment and disorderly conduct. Charges were filed June 4 in connection with an incident along the 800 block of MacBeth Drive.

• Brittney McPhail, 28, of Monroeville with simple assault. Charges were filed May 27 in connection with an incident along the 3800 block of Northern Pike.

• Richard Visk, 55, of Pittsburgh with criminal conspiracy and two counts of retail theft. Charges were filed May 31 in connection with an incident along the 4200 block of William Penn Highway.

• Stacy Seachrist, 48, of Verona with retail theft and criminal conspiracy. Charges were filed May 31 in connection with an incident along the 4200 block of William Penn Highway.

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