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Assault, theft cases among recent Monroeville police investigations

Michael DiVittorio
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Monroeville police filed the following charges July 5-11 in District Judge Jeffrey L. Herbst’s office:

  • Sable Goodwin, 20, of Pittsburgh with retail theft. Charges were filed July 11 in connection with an incident along the 4000 block of Monroeville Boulevard.

  • Kayla Wilkes, 28, of Turtle Creek with driving with a suspended license, accident involving damage to unattended vehicle or property and accident involving damage to attended vehicle or property. Charges were filed July 11 in connection with an incident along the 3700 block of William Penn Highway.

  • Marshall Crane, 26, of Pittsburgh with providing unsworn falsification to authorities. Charges were filed July 5 in connection with an incident along the 500 block of Mall Circle Drive.

  • Don Roberts, 22, of Pittsburgh with possession of marijuana. Charges were filed July 5 in connection with an incident along Mall Circle Drive.

  • Amirah Johnson, 19, of Pittsburgh with simple assault, disorderly conduct and harassment. Charges were filed in connection with an incident along the 2600 block of Monroeville Boulevard.

  • Dante Dearring, 20, of Verona with underage drinking, retail theft and providing false identification to law enforcement. Charges were filed July 5 in connection with an incident along the 3900 block of Monroeville Boulevard.

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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