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State police list outstanding warrants

| Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2007

State police at Greensburg have released a list of people who have active warrants out for their arrest.

The names are being released in an attempt to clear the cases.

Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of a person on the list should contact Trooper Thomas L. Roseski at 724-830-2705.

• John Allison, 44, Winter Garden, Fla.

• Eric Bash, 34, 780 County Road 785, Columbiana, Ala.

• Patrick Boring, 42, Mt. Pleasant

• Bobbie Carper, 30, no known address

• Jimmy Collins, age unavailable, 5822 Elridge Road, Knoxville, Tenn.

• Brian Demi, 38, 1247 Meade Road, Osceola Mills

• Edward DiPerna, 28, 1608 Beaver Road, McKeesport

• Brandon Edwards, 23, P.O. Box 286, Ruffsdale

• Timothy Forste, 41, 76 Elizabeth St., Moscow, Ohio

• Joseph Franks, 34, 75 A. Mt. Independence Road, Lemont Furnace

• Keisha Frazier, 33, 2710 N. Eighth St., Philadelphia

• Steven Garufi, 25, no known address

• Robert Gibler, 20, 248 S. Racoon Road, Ustintown, Ohio

• Brian Grant, 43, no known address

• Vernell Green, 49, no known address

• James Greenawalt, 27, no known address

• Brian Grosser, 37, 108 S. Depot St. Rear, Mt. Pleasant

• Dwayne Guest, 36, Jeannette

• Juan Hernandez, 31, no known address

• Andy Holland, 42, no known address

• James Hudak, 43, Lot 37, Country Estates, Luxor

• Bruce Jackson, 55, no known address

• Marshall Kirksey, 31, no known address

• Tammy Krugh, 39, no known address

• James Lang, 49, Route 982, Derry

• Michael Loukas, 31, 1421 Arlington St., Monessen

• Kaylee Macasaet, 20, no known address

• Peter Mitchell, 39, no known address

• Angela Moats, 29, 217 N. Walnut St., Centralia, Ill.

• Charles Moore, 51, Derry

• Jenevia Moore, 35, Vanderbilt

• Colin Perhacs, 24, 208 Seventh St., Glassport

• Craig Pivarnik, 42, Scottdale

• Seth Repko, 26, Youngstown

• Omar Rollins, 31, 260 Stotler Road, Pittsburgh

• Julio Rubio, 36, Irwin

• Karen Russell, 27, Jeannette

• Ronald Shaffer, no age available, no known address

• James Sholtes, 60, Mt. Pleasant

• Janice Smetanka, 26, no known address

• Keith Smith, 35, 179 Zdina St., Leechburg

• Richard Smith, 35, Connellsville

• Matthew Snyder, 29, 179 C St., Johnstown

• Tongue Sonmez, 33, no known address

• Brian Swank, 35, 143 E. Fairview Ave., Connellsville

• Norman Trapp, 42, Irwin

• John Trimmer, 36, P.O. Box 234, Pleasant Unity

• Brandi Triplett, 20, no known address

• Jacqueline Vargovich, 37, no known address

• Phuc Minh Vo Hahn, 33, no known address

• Paul Walat, 21, Youngwood

• Everett Wall, 56, Greensburg

• Milton Wilson, 40, Mt. Pleasant

• Heather Winwood, 24, 147 W. Fourth St., Williamsport

• Barbara Zomisky, 41, Greensburg

• Joseph Zvara, 29, no known address

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