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District court cases in South Hills include drug possession and endangerment charges

| Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, 8:55 p.m.
Brentwood Police
Brentwood Police

These cases were handled by District Judge Ralph Kaiser and senior District Judge Pat Capolupo, who is handling cases in Jefferson Hills and Pleasant Hills.

Capolupo

• Darnell E. Dillard, 30, of Knox Avenue, Pittsburgh, 15210, had charges of possession of marijuana and driving while a suspended license. Charges were filed by Jefferson Hills police.

• Matthew James Severns, 19, of Lynn Drive, Pittsburgh, 15236, waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges of driving under the influence of a controlled substance. Charge filed by Jefferson Hills police.

• Dustin Davis, 23, of College Street, Butler, waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges of possession of marijuana and use/possession of drug paraphernalia. Charges were filed by Jefferson Hills police.

Kaiser

• Leigh Connelly, 43, of Greenlee Road, Pittsburgh, 15227, had charges of endangering the welfare of children, recklessly endangering another person, intent to possess a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia held for court. Charges were filed by Brentwood police.

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