Fun with the police blotter.

The Father of the Year

In an attempt to steal the thunder from great Moms all over the region near this Mother’s Day weekend, a father in Plum went ahead and placed his name in the hat for Father of the Year:

Timothy Kelley, 45, of Memorial Drive, Plum, was held for trial May 3 by Plum District Judge Linda Zucco on a charge of corruption of minors. Plum police arrested Kelley Jan. 7. According to court documents, Kelley admitted to growing marijuana plants in his basement so he could supply marijuana to his two juvenile sons. According to documents, Kelley told police he didn’t want his sons buying marijuana from a dangerous person on the street.

Oh, well in that case, I guess that makes it A-Ok! But Tim, what about the dangerous person living in the house?

Hey, drug addicts practice personal hygiene too!

Zachary Patton, 19, of Rochester Road, Zelienople, was ordered held for trial on charges of theft and possession of a controlled substance after he failed to appear at a preliminary hearing May 3 before Streib. Patton was arrested by Cranberry police on May 17 after they responded to a theft report at the Shop ‘N’ Save store along Route 19. Police said they found deodorant and a package of razors in his pocket and a heroin stamp bag marked “Of New York” in his wallet

I guess he felt stinky and needed a shave.

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