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Thefts top criminal complaints on Penn Hills Police blotter

Dillon Carr
| Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, 1:51 p.m.
A Penn Hills Police SUV
A Penn Hills Police SUV

The Penn Hills Police Department responded to these complaints Sept. 5-12:

Animal problems

• Poplar Ridge, Sept. 5

• Barger Street, Sept. 9

• Verona Road, Sept. 10


• Pride Road, Sept. 6

• Eymard Street, Sept. 8

• Homewood Drive, Sept. 9

• Park Manor Place, Sept. 10

• Alcoma Drive, Sept. 12

• Long Road, Sept. 12

Criminal mischief

• Verona Road, Sept. 5

• Frankstown Road, Sept. 5

• Veronica Drive, Sept. 6

• Frankstown Road, Sept. 6

• Duff Road, Sept. 8

• Verona Road, Sept. 8

• Crescent Garden Drive, Sept. 8

• Orchard Drive, Sept. 9

• Gardenia Drive, Sept. 10

• Verona Road, Sept. 11

Drug activity

• Lime Hollow Road, Sept. 7

• Frankstown Road, Sept. 11

• Frankstown Road, Sept. 11

• Anthon Drive, Sept. 12


• Ford Avenue, Sept. 6

• Elias Drive, Sept. 6

• Marlow Drive, Sept. 8

• Richland Drive, Sept. 8

• Anthon Drive, Sept. 11


• Mark Drive, Sept. 6

• Valley Street, Sept. 7

• Fifth Street Extension, Sept. 7

• Hilda Street, Sept. 8

• Arbor Street, Sept. 8

• Bale Drive, Sept. 8

• Idlewood Road, Sept. 10

• Garden Drive, Sept. 12


• Frankstown Road, Sept. 5

• Robinson Boulevard, Sept. 7

• Frankstown Road, Sept. 7

• Duff Road, Sept. 7

• Saltsburg Road, Sept. 9

• Verona Road, Sept. 9

• Highland Road, Sept. 9


• Heberton Drive, Sept. 6

• Pheasant Drive, Sept. 6

• Saltsburg Road, Sept. 6

• Garden Drive, Sept. 6

• Pearl Road, Sept. 7

• Grandview Avenue, Sept. 7

• Nash Avenue, Sept. 8

• Prescott Drive, Sept. 8

• Eymard Street, Sept. 9

• Bale Drive, Sept. 9

• Saltsburg Road, Sept. 10

Dillon Carr is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 412-871-2325, or via Twitter @dillonswriting.

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