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Thefts lead Penn Hills police activity

Dillon Carr
| Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017, 3:36 p.m.
Penn Hills Police SUV
Penn Hills Police SUV

The Penn Hills Police Department responded to these complaints Aug. 30-Sept. 5:

Animal problems

• Blackadore Avenue, Sept. 1

• Howard Street, Sept. 3

• Dashwood Drive, Sept. 4


• Bale Drive, Sept. 3

• Parkridge Drive, Sept. 3

• Overbrook Road, Sept. 3

• Pennview Drive, Sept. 4

Criminal mischief

• Hunter Road, Aug. 30

• Lime Hollow Road, Sept. 1

• Lincoln Road, Sept. 2

• Main Street, Sept. 2

• School Street, Sept. 2

• Nelbon Avenue, Sept. 4

• Palm Avenue, Sept. 4

• Verona Road, Sept. 4

• Frankstown Road, Sept. 5


• Saltsburg Road, Sept. 2

Drug activity

• Collins Drive, Aug. 30

• Leechburg Road, Aug. 31

• Peridot Drive, Aug. 31


• Shannon Heights Drive, Aug. 29

• McKenzie Drive, Aug. 30

• Guylyn Drive, Sept. 5


• Jefferson Road, Aug. 29

• Tremont Street, Sept. 1

• Highland Road, Sept. 2

• Hamil Road, Sept. 3

• Lott Road, Sept. 4


• North Joslyn Drive, Aug. 30

• Frankstown Road, Sept. 1

• Old William Penn Highway, Sept. 2

• Frankstown Road, Sept. 5


• Key Drive, Aug. 29

• Frankstown Road, Aug. 29

• Westwood Road, Aug. 31

• Mt. Carmel Road, Aug. 31

• Suncrest Drive, Sept. 1

• Overbrook Road, Sept. 3

• Deerfield Drive, Sept. 4

• Idlewood Road, Sept. 4

Dillon Carr is a Tribune-Review staff writer.

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