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Monroeville police blotter, Sept. 7-14

Michael DiVittorio
| Monday, Sept. 18, 2017, 11:00 p.m.
A Monroeville police SUV
A Monroeville police SUV

Monroeville police responded to the following complaints Sept. 7-14:

Assault

• 3800 block of William Penn Highway, Sept. 10.

Drug activity

• 2500 block of Haymaker Road, Sept. 9.

Fight

• 2700 block of Mosside Boulevard, Sept. 13.

Fraud

• 100 block of Mall Circle Drive, Sept. 13.

Hit and run

• 3900 block of Monroeville Boulevard, Sept. 8.

• 2500 block of Haymaker Road, Sept. 9.

• 100 block of Park Place, Sept. 10.

• Patton and Jefferson streets, Sept. 10.

• 4100 block of William Penn Highway, Sept. 11.

• 1300 block of Hazenwood Drive, Sept. 13.

Juvenile problem

• 4000 block of Monroeville Boulevard, Sept. 10.

Theft

• 4450 Old William Penn Highway, Sept. 8.

• 3600 block of William Penn Highway, 2600 block of Monroeville Boulevard and 3900 block of Monroeville Boulevard, Sept. 9.

• 200 block of Mall Boulevard, Sept. 10.

• 2400 block of Cathedral Drive, 2400 block of Johnson Road, 300 block of Oliver Drive, 200 block of Popular Street, 100 block of Rosecrest Drive and 200 block of Young Drive, Sept. 11.

• 2500 block of Monroeville Boulevard, Sept. 12.

• 2700 block of Mosside Boulevard, 3500 block of Stonecliffe Drive, 700 block of Mall Circle Drive and 1200 block of Holy Cross Drive, Sept. 13.

Vandalism

• 100 block of College Park Drive, Sept. 9.

• 300 block of Hochberg Road, Sept. 10.

• 400 block of Eden Drive, Sept. 12.

• 400 block of College Park Drive, Sept. 13.

• 300 block of Hochberg Road, Sept. 14.

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