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Monroeville police file drug, DUI charges

Dillon Carr
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Police filed the following charges Sept. 5 through Sept. 10 in District Judge Jeffrey L. Herbst’s office. All charges were filed by Monroeville police unless otherwise noted:

• Bobbie J. Lloyd, 43, of Pitcairn with theft by deception in connection to an incident that happened along the 4500 block on Broadway Boulevard. The charge was filed Sept. 5. Lloyd also was charged with theft by unlawful taking in connection to an incident that happened along the 4300 block on Broadway Boulevard. The charge was filed Sept. 10.

• Bridget Backfisch, 53, of Monroeville with two DUIs and a charge of driving on the wrong side of the road in connection to an incident that happened along Maine Street at Pennsylvania Avenue. Charges were filed Sept. 5.

• Alex A. McSorley, 31, of Monroeville with reckless driving, possession of suspected Adderall, and two DUIs in connection to an incident that happened along the 2300 block of Monroeville Road. Charges were filed Sept. 5.

• Nadia Oku, 22, of Penn Hills with two DUIs, careless driving and an accident involving damage to an unattended vehicle in connection to an incident that happened along the 2400 block of Haymaker Road. Charges were filed Sept. 5.

• Joshua Signore, 29, of Monroeville with two counts of possession of one known narcotic and another unknown white powder, a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of Gabapentin that was misbranded and possession of Buprenorphine Hydrochloride that was misbranded in connection to an incident that happened along the 3900 block of Monroeville Boulevard. Charges were filed Sept. 5.

• Andrea L. Jastrzebski, 40, of Verona with theft by unlawful taking and retail theft in connection with an incident along the 100 block of Mall Circle Drive. Charges were filed Sept. 5.

• Brian R. Stile, 45, of Blairsville with a DUI in connection to an incident that happened along the 4400 block of Old William Penn Highway. Charges were filed Sept. 5.

• William J. Barnhardt, 54, of Monroeville with a DUI and retail theft in connection to an incident that happened along the 4000 block of Monroeville Boulevard. Charges were filed Sept. 5.

Dillon Carr is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Dillon at 412-871-2325, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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