From the police blotter:
Randall Allan Cook, 39, of New Castle waived a Jan. 19 hearing on charges of retail theft and receiving stolen property. Cook is accused by Cranberry police of stealing $187 worth of razors from the Wal-Mart in Cranberry on Jan. 9. Shannon Marie Koscinski, 24, of New Castle also waived a hearing on retail theft charges in the same incident. Koscinski is accused by Cranberry police of waiting in a car outside of the Wal-Mart on Jan. 9.
Going to jail for stealing razors? Going to jail for being the lookout and getaway during a razor-stealing spree?
Smart. Next time, grab some spatulas while you’re at it.
Danielle Marie Getz, 28, of Freeport Street, Etna, waived a hearing Jan. 24 on charges of disorderly conduct, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Etna police said they found Getz in possession of a large amount of marijuana, a digital scale, suspected cocaine and carrying $1,029 in her cleavage. Police said she injured an officer’s hand while resisting arrest.
He probably got his hand caught in her obviously enormous cleavage.