Poor driving and smoking charged

Alyssa Coleman, News Editor

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Pitt-Johnstown police accused Kent Harris, 63, of Old Hickory, Tennessee, with careless driving and running stop and yield signs March 13.

Officer Dwight Keim alleged in a citation filed March 13 that Harris operated a loaded charter bus through a stop sign at an unreasonable speed, causing the bus frame to scrape the roadway.

Keim also alleged that there were scrape marks left on the road and that the bus passengers were alarmed.

A $413 fine was listed for the offense.

Keim alleged in another citation filed March 13 that Harris failed to stop at two other stop signs while operating a bus.

A $102 fine was listed for the offense.

David Sapio, 19, of Carlisle, Cumberland County, Anthony Tucciarone, 18, of Kunkletown, Monroe County and Joshua Salava, 18, of Delmont, Westmoreland County were accused of disorderly conduct March 24. 

Henry Langer, 19, of Pittsburgh, also was accused.

Officer Edward Ostrowski alleged in citations filed March 25 that they caused public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm or recklessly created a risk by smoking marijuana in a dorm room, creating a hazardous or physically offensive condition by an act with no legitimate purpose.

He also alleged they had glassy eyes with dilated pupils.

A $261 fine was listed for each offense.

Gabriel Berghe, 24, of Pittsburgh, was accused of running stop and yield signs March 28.

Officer Glenn Berkey alleged in a citation filed March 28 that Berghe failed to stop at a posted stop sign and nearly hit a police vehicle.

A $143 fine was listed for the offense.

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