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Theft cases among recent Monroeville police investigations

Michael DiVittorio
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Monroeville police filed the following charges June 28 to July 2 in District Judge Jeffrey L. Herbst’s office:

  • Daniel Kelly, 18, of Clairton with criminal conspiracy, endangering the welfare of children, possession of controlled substances, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and four counts of receiving stolen property. Charges were filed June 29 in connection with an incident along the 100 block of Cambridge Square Drive.
  • Raymond Cobb, 18, of Woodbridge, VA with criminal conspiracy, possession of controlled substances, possession of drug paraphernalia and providing false identification to law enforcement and four counts of receiving stolen property Charges were filed June 29 in connection with an incident along the 100 block of Cambridge Square Drive.
  • Stephen Kealey, 28, of Florence, SC with receiving stolen property, unauthorized transfer or use of vehicle registration, driving with a suspended license, operating a motor vehicle without required financial responsibility, general lighting requirements, windshield obstructions and fraudulent use or removal of registration plate. Charges were filed July 2 in connection with an incident at Mosside Boulevard and Northern Pike.
  • Justin Trogdon, 36, of Florence, SC with receiving stolen property, unauthorized transfer or use of registration and fraudulent use or removal of registration plate. Charges were filed July 2 in connection with an incident at Mosside Boulevard and Northern Pike.
  • Krystal Albitz, 33, of Turtle Creek with resisting arrest, driving under the influence, public drunkenness and following too closely. Charges were filed June 28 in connection with an incident along the 4300 block of Old William Penn Highway.
  • Elaine Nicholas, 56, of Braddock with retail theft. Charges were filed June 28 in connection with an incident along the 4100 block of William Penn Highway.

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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